Acted in "America Hurrah" and "Awake and Sing" at Charles Playhouse in Boston, MA
Joined David Wheeler's Experimental Theatre Company for production of "The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel"
Reteamed with Schatzberg for "Scarecrow" opposite Gene Hackman
Received fourth Best Actor Oscar nomination, playing a crusading lawyer in "¿And Justice for All"
Performed title role in "Richard III" for a record run on Broadway
Portrayed Walter Cole in David Mamet's "American Buffalo" in off-Broadway and Broadway productions; also toured U.S. and England
Starred as a playwright in romantic comedy "Author! Author!" written by Israel Horovitz
Miscast in Hugh Hudson's Colonial drama "Revolution"
Starred in "Julius Caesar" in a limited engagement at New York's Public Theater
Once again played Michael Corleone in Coppola's "The Godfather, Part III"
Earned Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for "Glengarry Glen Ross"; adapted from Mamet play and directed by James Foley
Reteamed with De Palma for "Carlito's Way"
Played a grandfather in Depression-era "Two Bits"; role was Pacino's tribute to his beloved grandfather who raised him
Made feature directorial debut with quasi-documentary "Looking for Richard"; also co-wrote narration
Directed and starred in Broadway production of Eugene O'Neill's "Hughie"
Starred as "60 Minutes" producer Lowell Bergman in Mann's "The Insider"
Played an aging football coach in Oliver Stone's "Any Given Sunday"
Portrayed a sleep-deprived detective in "Insomnia"
Appeared as a manipulative CIA trainer in "The Recruit" opposite Colin Farrell
Played a press agent reportedly modeled after real-life flak Bobby Zarem in "People I Know"
Cast as Roy Cohn in HBO adaptation of "Angels in America," directed by Mike Nichols
Starred in "The Merchant of Venice," a Shakespearean adaptation set in 16th century Venice
Cast as a sports bookie opposite Matthew McConaughey in "Two for the Money"
Portrayed King Herod Antipas in Oscar Wilde's "Salome" at Wadsworth Theatre in Los Angeles, CA
Joined cast of Soderbergh's "Ocean's Thirteen" as a sleazy hotel and casino operator
Played a college professor and forensics expert hunted by a serial killer in "88 Minutes"
Again teamed with Robert De Niro as cops hunting down a serial killer in "Righteous Kill"
Nominated for the 2010 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie ("You Don't Know Jack")
Nominated for the 2011 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-series or Motion Picture Made for Television ("You Don't Know Jack")
Nominated for the 2011 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries ("You Don't Know Jack")
Returned to features with "The Son of No One," co-starring Channing Tatum and Juliette Binoche
Played himself opposite Adam Sandler in critically panned "Jack and Jill"
Wrote, directed, and co-starred with Jessica Chastain in "Wilde Salome"
Co-starred with Alan Arkin and Christopher Walken as aging con men in crime comedy "Stand Up Guys"
Played an actor whose mind is unraveling in Humbling
Appeared in "Misconduct"