Movie legend Al Pacino was looking all his 72 years as he stepped out yesterday with leathery, wrinkled skin, lending him a slightly haggard appearance.
Al Pacino was seen on a stroll holding his coffee and wearing a black sports coat over a vest and grey trousers.
The Oscar winner, who is best known for starring in classic gangster dramas like The Godfather and Scarface, has been known for his leading man looks.
Al Pacino still has an enviable head of salt-and-pepper hair for his age, which looked like he’d just rolled out of bed and he’s grown a matching goatee.
Al is still looking better than many of his over-70 contemporaries Clint Eastwood and Jack Nicholson.
However, the Hollywood icon’s disheveled appearance will only add to his role as the sad-sack salesman Shelley Levene in the Broadway revival staging of Glengarry Glen Ross.
Al Pacino originated the role of slick salesman Ricky Roma in the 1992 film version of David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, but Bobby Canavale will play the part for the revival.
He will be taking on Shelley, the washed-up salesman suffering from a long-running slump and a sick daughter, who was originally portrayed by Jack Lemmon.
Glengarry Glen Ross, staged in honor of the play’s 30th anniversary, will start previews on October 16 and officially open on November 11 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.
David Mamet also wrote and directed Al Pacino in the Phil Spector biopic for HBO, premiering next year.
Al Pacino will play the notorious music producer who was convicted of killing a model.
The cinematic icon will also provide his vocal talents for Despicable Me 2 and he just wrapped The Standup Guys, a comedy also starring Alan Arkin, Christopher Walken, and Julianna Margulies.