Academy Award winner Al Pacino is well known for his intense acting skills, and while he may be portraying Jack "Dr. Death" Kevorkian in his latest film, he sure knows how to take care of his fans, especially the young ones.
Pacino has been hard at work in Staten Island, NY on the set of You Don't Know Jack, the HBO bio-pic about Kevorkian, who made national headlines in the 90s for helping several terminally ill patients commit suicide.
While shooting the film, Pacino has routinely chatted with fans who've shown up to the set, hoping to get an autograph from him.
He always obliges.
On Wednesday, after a grueling 13-hour day of filming ( and that didn't include the extra time needed for hair and makeup!) Pacino signed autographs for neighborhood children who lined up to meet him. Our spywitness say two long lines of kids lined up on either sides of his trailer and production assistants on the film took them inside Pacino's trailer two at a time to meet the superstar actor and get his signature.
Who knew? -- Scarface DOES have a soft side!