"King Richard III," historical dramatic revival, written by William Shakespeare
, incidental music by Charles Gross
, directed by David Wheeler, on Broadway at the Cort Theatre (58 performances, including 25 previews that began on May 10, 1979). Cast: Al Pacino
(as "Richard, Duke of Gloucester, afterwards Richard III, brother to ...
6 Biographical Movies |
4 Print Biographies |
2 Portrayals |
26 Interviews |
39 Articles |
9 Pictorials |
28 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 6" (1.68 m)
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[on the tough neighborhood he grew up in] They used to call it Fort Apache - the 41st Precinct. But that was the start of the heroin thing. Around 1948 that's when the drugs came into New York. That's when the trouble started. Of all my dearest, closest friends from that time, none of them survived.
Has a production company called Chal Productions. The "Ch" is in tribute his friend "Charlie Laughton" (not the actor Charles Laughton
) while the "Al" is for himself.
Surly but essentially moral characters with deep capacity for violence