Al Pacino Signed & Framed Photo from the movie Scarface. Certified By PSA, DNA
After growing up in East Harlem and the Bronx, Pacino moved at age 19 to Greenwich Village, where he studied acting at the Herbert Berghof Studio and appeared in many Off Broadway and out-of-town productions, including Hello Out There(1963) and Why Is A Crooked Letter (1966). He took further acting lessons from Lee Strasberg and played a small part in the film Me, Natalie in 1969. The same year, he made his Broadway debut and won a Tony Award for his performance in the play Does The Tiger Wear A Necktie? Pacino’s first leading role in a film came with The Panic In Needle Park (1971), a grim tale of heroin addiction that became something of a cult classic.