Al Pacino Baby Names and Next Aging Celebrity to Sire a Child Props

  • Bovada is offering props on the name of Al Pacino’s baby after the actor announced he was having a fourth kid
  • Rose (+700) and Salvatore (+700) are the favorites to be the name of the 83-year-old’s new offspring
  • You can also wager on which aging celebrity actor will be next to announce the birth of a child   

Hoo-ah! Last week it was announced that Al Pacino and his 29-year-old girlfriend Noor Alfallah are expecting their first child together. Another triumph for the makers of Viagra!

With the news that Alfallah is already eight months pregnant, oddsmakers released betting props on possible names for the 83-year-old’s fourth kid. You can even wager on who will be the next senior citizen celeb to jump back into fatherhood.

Before we examine the odds, check out the top betting sites for Entertainment in 2023 and the latest betting odds for the 2024 Oscars.

Al Pacino’s Fourth Baby Name

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Pacino’s parents’ names are the favorites

Al Pacino already has three adult children named Julie Marie (age 33), Olivia Rose (22), and Anton James (22) from two previous relationships. The Oscar-winning actor’s deceased parents’ names were Rose (+700) and Salvatore (+700). However, since Rose is already the middle name of his 22-year-old daughter, it seems like a bad bet.

With time winding down on the Italian-American screen legend, perhaps he’ll want to name his new child after himself if it’s a boy. Scarface-themed gender reveal party, anyone? That would make Alfredo a smart wager at +800.

Godfather related names

The Godfather Part I and II are widely regarded as two of the greatest films of all time. Francis (+800) Ford Coppola famously fought the studio to make sure the then-unknown Pacino got the role of Michael (+1200) Corleone. There’s also Sonny (+800), Michael’s hot-head brother, portrayed by James Caan.

Marlon Brando’s Godfather character, Vito (+3000), and Kay (+5000), Michael’s wife played by Diane Keaton, are also on the board. Sadly, “Fredo” is not listed

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Next to Confirm Birth of New Child

Hugh Grant+300
Richard Gere+300
Eddie Murphy+450
Mick Jagger+700
Ronnie Wood+700
Arnold Schwarzenegger+1200
Billy Joel+2000
Sylvester Stallone+2000
Morgan Freeman+2500
Harrison Ford+3000
Michael Douglas+3000
Mickey Rourke+3000
Donald Trump+4000
Joe Biden+10000

Hugh Grant and Richard Gere top the list

Al Pacino’s Heat co-star and close friend Robert DeNiro also recently announced he was having a seventh child. So, which aging male actor will be next? Hugh Grant and Richard Gere top the list at +300. Despite being incredibly charming in movies, the 62-year-old Grant is a bad bet as he’s still in a relationship with 40-year-old Anna Eberstein. The couple have three children together, but the last one was birthed in 2018.

The 73-year-old Gere has two kids with his current wife Alejandra, who is also 40. Their youngest was born in 2020, so another one might not be totally out of the question.

Best Bet

Eddie Murphy (+450) has already sired ten kids, so he’s never a bad bet. His youngest child with his current partner, 43-year-old Aussie model Paige Butcher, is three years old.

However, we’ll roll the dice with Billy Joel at +2000. The 72-year-old “Piano Man” has two kids with 39-year-old Alexis Roderick, whose eggs are slightly fresher than most of the ladies attached to the aging male stars on the board.

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