Oscar winner Al Pacino and actress Beverly D’Angelo, the mother of his twin son and daughter, settled their long-running fight over child support during an appearance on Monday in Manhattan Family Court.
The estranged couple, who began dating in 1997, have been warring since the birth of their twins, Anton and Olivia, now about 3 years old. Pacino, 64, has an older daughter from a previous relationship.
In announcing the settlement of the support issue, Manhattan Family Court Magistrate David Kirshblum did not reveal any monetary details.
Both parties acknowledged to Kirshblum they were making the settlement of their own free will and merely answered “Yes, your honor,” when asked if that were so.
Asked how she felt about the settlement as she left the courtroom, D’Angelo, 52, replied: “It feels terrific. I’m very happy.”
The couple settled their bitter child custody dispute last year, also without revealing any details the agreement.
Pacino, perhaps best known for his role as mobster Michael Corleone in “The Godfather” movies, won an Academy Award for his 1992 role as a blind man with a zest for life in “Scent of a Woman.”
D’Angelo’s credits include the role of Chevy Chase’s wife in the National Lampoon “Vacation” films.