Olivia Pacino is an American celebrity child, who has been in the limelight since she is the daughter of the legendary Academy Award-winning actor Al Pacino, who is famous for his roles in “The Godfather” franchise, “House of Gucci” and many more, and his ex-wife, the American singer and actress, Beverly D’Angelo.
Age, Early Life, and Education Background
Olivia Rose Pacino was born under the Aquarius zodiac sign on 25 January 2001, in Los Angeles, California, and is 21 years old as of 2022. She was born together with her twin brother, Anton J. Pacino, and is of mixed Irish, English, German and Italian roots. She has an elder half-sister, Julie Marie Pacino, who was born to her father and his then girlfriend, acting tutor Jan Tarrant, in 1989.
Her parents divorced shortly after she was born in 2003; nonetheless, they remained close to raise their children together. Pacino comes from a family of actors, and so became very interested in acting as she was growing up. Olivia grew up with a learning disability, which made it hard for her to study in ordinary local schools – sources have revealed that she felt thate her grades were being compared to those of her twin brother, despite her condition. As a result, she was enrolled into Fusion Academy Miracle Mile, a private high school situated in Los Angeles, California, and thanks to their one-on-one teaching and counseling approach, her learning dynamics were transformed within no time, and she matriculated from the institution with impressive grades.
She later attended New York City’s Lee Strasberg Film and Theater Institute for acting lessons.
Facts and Interests
Olivia and Anton were born via In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center – their mother was then 49 years old – IVF is a medical procedure applied to help with fertility and to guarantee a safe conception and it involves retrieving a mature egg from one of the ovaries and fertilizing it by sperm in a laboratory. Olivia is an animal lover and has adopted a dog named Athena. Olivia likes spending time outdoors, and enjoys visiting parks and going to the beach in summer.
Pacino is still studying and has not yet started her career. In fact, she’s seemingly focused fully on school, and hasn’t chosen her career path.
She opened her Instagram account in 2019, and has now populated it with many moody-lighting pictures of herself together with her family, friends, and boyfriend. Her account makes it clear that apart from acting, she aspires to become an influencer.
Olivia is in a romantic relationship with the American amateur music producer and rapper Ryan Harley. She met her future boyfriend through the OK Cupid dating app, and they’ve been together for over three years now. The duo seems to enjoy their time together and have often shared happy memories and numerous pictures of themselves on vacation on their social media accounts – she recently shared their second anniversary photos on her Instagram in November 2021, captioning it ‘2 years with you…’
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance
Al Pacino’s daughter has blue eyes and long blonde hair. She is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs around 110lbs (50kg). She has inked a tattoo of a powerful message on her forearm – ‘The world is yours’ – as seen in a photo she posted on Instagram.
Olivia hasn’t disclosed her current net worth to the media, as she presumably doesn’t have an independent income. Nonetheless, she lives what seems to be a lavish lifestyle with her celebrity parents, who own high-end properties in Los Angeles and Pacific Palisades. According to authoritative sources, her father is worth an impressive $165 million while her mother has a net worth reputedly around $20 million.
Who Her Father, Al Pacino Is
Alfredo J. ‘Al’ Pacino was born in New York, USA, under the Taurus zodiac sign on 25 April 1940, to Rose Gerardi and Salvatore Pacino. His parents divorced when he was still a child, and he chose to live in The Bronx with his mother. Al went to Herman Ridder Junior High, but dropped out and joined High School of Performing Arts before he was enrolled into the HB Studios, and was trained by Charles Laughton. He later joined Actors Studio in 1966 to study Method Acting under the late legendary actor and director Lee Strasberg.
Al Pacino made his stage debut in 1967 in the play “Awake and Sing!”, before he appeared in “The Indian Wants The Bronx ” two years later, and his performance in his first Broadway play, “Does a Tiger Wear a Necktie?”, saw him winning a Tony Award.
Before appearing in films and TV series, he performed in several other plays such as “American Buffalo,” “The Merchant of Venice,” “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui,” and several others. Olivia’s father made his film debut in 1969, with a role in the movie “Me, Natalie” before he appeared in 1971’s “The Panic In Needle Park.” He rose to fame following his acclaimed portrayal of Michael Corleone in the crime-drama “The Godfather”, and he also appeared in its 1974 and 1990 sequels. Al Pacino is also famous for his appearances in the Brian De Palma-directed drama movie “Scarface” (1983), “Carlito’s Way” in 1993, 1999’s “The Insider”, and many more.
Some of his recent appearances are in the films “Donny Collins” (2015), “Paterno” (2018), and 2021’s “American Traitor: The Trial of Axis Sally.” He’s also appeared in the TV series “Angels In America” (2003) “You Don’t Know Jack,” (2010), 2012’s “Inside Story: Scarface” and many more. As a producer, he boasts of his praised works in 1996’s “Looking for Richard,” 2000’s “Chinese Coffee,” “Salome” in 2013, and several others, numbering well over 100 involvements in a career lasting more than five decades.
Who Her Mother, Beverly D’Angelo Is
Born Beverly Heather D’Angelo under the Scorpio zodiac sign on 15 November 1951, in Ohio, USA, Priscilla Ruth and Eugene ‘Gene’ D’Angelo’s daughter is 70 years old as of 2022.
She was raised together with her brothers Jeff, Tony and Tim. Before she began her acting career, Beverly was an Illustrator, who worked at Hanna-Barbera Studios. She made her stage debut in 1976, appearing in the musical “Rockabye Hamlet”, and she was next seen in the series “Captains and the Kings” in the same year. D’Angelo rose to prominence for her appearance in 1983’s comedy “National Lampoon’s European Vacation” and its 1989, 1997 and 2015 sequels. She has appeared in many successful projects, her most recent being in HBO’s “Entourage” drama (2005-2011), “Shooter” (2017-2018), and Netflix’s comedy show “Insatiable” from 2018-2019.