Cast and Crew of The Godfather Part III

Cast of
The Godfather Part III

About The Godfather Part III

In the captivating saga of 'The Godfather Part III', the audience is introduced to a diverse cast of characters, each playing a pivotal role in the unfolding narrative. The film is headlined by the iconic Al Pacino, who reprises his role as Michael Corleone, the aging mafia don. Pacino's portrayal of Corleone is nothing short of mesmerizing, as he navigates the complexities of his character's moral dilemmas and power struggles. Alongside Pacino, Diane Keaton returns as Kay Adams, Michael's former wife, adding a layer of emotional depth to the story.

The plot of 'The Godfather Part III' is set in the backdrop of 1979 New York and Italy, where Michael Corleone is striving to legitimize his business dealings. This third installment of the Godfather series sees Michael seeking redemption for his past sins, while simultaneously grooming a young protege. The narrative is a delicate balance of power, loyalty, and betrayal, as Michael tries to maintain his influence in the criminal underworld while attempting to leave a legitimate legacy for his family.

The film is a gripping exploration of the human condition, as it delves into the themes of guilt, forgiveness, and the cyclical nature of violence. Michael's character arc is a poignant study of a man torn between his past and his desire for a better future. The audience is left to grapple with the moral complexities of his actions, as he straddles the line between right and wrong. 'The Godfather Part III' is a cinematic masterpiece that leaves a lasting impact, offering a thought-provoking commentary on power, family, and the consequences of one's choices.

The Godfather Part III is part of the The Godfather Collection, together with The Godfather and The Godfather Part II .

Full Cast of The Godfather Part III

Al Pacino
plays Michael Corleone

Al Pacino as Michael Corleone
In 'The Godfather Part III', Al Pacino delivers a nuanced performance as Michael Corleone, a character he had previously portrayed in the first two installments of the trilogy. Now older and more world-weary, Pacino's Michael is haunted by his past actions and the weight of his family legacy. Pacino expertly conveys Michael's inner turmoil, as he struggles to reconcile his desire for redemption with the realities of his life as a Mafia boss. Despite the film's mixed reception, Pacino's performance is widely regarded as one of the highlights of the movie, demonstrating his skill as an actor and his ability to bring depth and complexity to even the most morally ambiguous characters. See Al Pacino's other roles

Diane Keaton
plays Kay Adams

Diane Keaton as Kay Adams
Diane Keaton's portrayal of Kay Adams in 'The Godfather Part III' is a testament to her acting prowess. As the ex-wife of Michael Corleone, she brings a sense of vulnerability and strength to the role. Keaton's performance is nuanced, showing Kay's struggle to reconcile her past with her present, and her desire to protect her children from the Corleone family's criminal legacy. Her scenes with Al Pacino are particularly powerful, as they convey the complex emotions of a once-passionate relationship turned sour. Keaton's performance adds depth to the film, making Kay more than just a supporting character. See Diane Keaton's other roles

Talia Shire
plays Connie Corleone Rizzi

Talia Shire as Connie Corleone Rizzi
In 'The Godfather Part III', Talia Shire delivers a powerful performance as Connie Corleone Rizzi, the only daughter of the infamous Corleone family. As the series progresses, Shire's character evolves from a naive and vulnerable young woman to a cunning and ruthless matriarch, demonstrating her range as an actress. Her portrayal of Connie's transformation is both chilling and captivating, making her a standout character in the film. Shire's nuanced performance adds depth to the story, highlighting the complex dynamics of the Corleone family and the consequences of their actions. See Talia Shire's other roles

Andy García
plays Vincent Mancini

Andy García as Vincent Mancini
Andy García's performance as Vincent Mancini in 'The Godfather Part III' is a standout, as he brings a raw intensity and charisma to the role. As the illegitimate son of Sonny Corleone, Vincent is a character who is both ruthless and vulnerable, and García expertly navigates this complexity. His portrayal of Vincent's ambition and desire for power is captivating, and his chemistry with Al Pacino's Michael Corleone adds depth to their complicated relationship. García's performance earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, and it's easy to see why. See Andy García's other roles

Eli Wallach
plays Don Altobello

Eli Wallach as Don Altobello
Eli Wallach's portrayal of Don Altobello in 'The Godfather Part III' is a standout performance, showcasing his remarkable acting abilities. As the seemingly harmless and affable old mob boss, Wallach brings a sense of warmth and charm to the character, making it all the more shocking when his true, sinister intentions are revealed. His nuanced performance adds depth to the film, and his interactions with Al Pacino's Michael Corleone are some of the most memorable scenes in the movie. Wallach's talent for playing complex characters shines through in this role, solidifying his place as a legendary actor in the world of cinema. See Eli Wallach's other roles

Joe Mantegna
plays Joey Zasa

Joe Mantegna as Joey Zasa
In 'The Godfather Part III', Joe Mantegna delivers a captivating performance as Joey Zasa, a brash and ambitious mobster. His portrayal is a standout, effectively capturing the character's ruthless ambition and volatile nature. Mantegna's Zasa is a stark contrast to the more reserved and traditional mobsters in the series, adding a layer of complexity and tension to the film. His performance is a testament to his ability to bring depth and nuance to even the most seemingly one-dimensional characters. See Joe Mantegna's other roles

George Hamilton
plays B.J. Harrison

Bridget Fonda
plays Grace Hamilton

Sofia Coppola
plays Mary Corleone

Sofia Coppola as Mary Corleone

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Raf Vallone
plays Cardinal Lamberto

Franc D'Ambrosio
plays Anthony Corleone

Donal Donnelly
plays Archbishop Gilday

Richard Bright
plays Al Neri

Richard Bright as Al Neri

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Helmut Berger
plays Frederick Keinszig

Don Novello
plays Dominic Abbandando

John Savage
plays Father Andrew Hagen

Franco Citti
plays Calo

Franco Citti as Calo

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Mario Donatone
plays Mosca

Mario Donatone as Mosca

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Vittorio Duse
plays Don Tommasino

Enzo Robutti
plays Don Licio Lucchesi

Michele Russo
plays Spara

Al Martino
plays Johnny Fontane

Al Martino as Johnny Fontane

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Robert Cicchini
plays Lou Pennino

Robert Cicchini as Lou Pennino

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Rogerio Miranda
plays Twin Bodyguard Armand

Carlos Miranda
plays Twin Bodyguard Francesco

Vito Antuofermo
plays Anthony 'The Ant' Squigliaro

Robert Vento
plays Father John

Willie Brown
plays Party Politician

Jeannie Linero
plays Lucy Mancini

Jeanne Savarino Pesch
plays Francesca Corleone

Janet Savarino Smith
plays Kathryn Corleone

Tere Livrano
plays Teresa Hagen

Carmine Caridi
plays Albert Volpe

Don Costello
plays Frank Romano

Al Ruscio
plays Leo Cuneo

Mickey Knox
plays Marty Parisi

Rick Aviles
plays Mask #1

Michael Bowen
plays Mask #2

Michael Bowen as Mask #2

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Brett Halsey
plays Douglas Michelson

Gabriele Torrei
plays Enzo the Baker

Brian Freilino
plays Stockholder

Gregory Corso
plays Unruly Stockholder

Marino Masé
plays Lupo

Dado Ruspoli
plays Vanni

Valeria Sabel
plays Sister Vincenza

Remo Remotti
plays Cardinal Sistine

Luigi Laezza
plays Keinszig Killer

Giuseppe Pianviti
plays Keinszig Killer

Santo Indelicato
plays Guardia del Corpo

Simonetta Stefanelli
plays Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone

Simonetta Stefanelli as Apollonia Vitelli-Corleone

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Francesco Paolo Bellante
plays Autista di Don Tommasino

Paco Reconti
plays Gesu

Mimmo Cuticchio
plays Puppet Narrator

Richard Honigman
plays Party Reporter

Nicky Blair
plays Nicky the Casino Host

Anthony Guidera
plays Anthony, the Bodyguard

Frank Tarsia
plays Frankie, the Bodyguard

Diana Agostini
plays Woman with Child at Street Fair

Jessica DiCicco
plays Child (as Jessica Di Ciccio)

Jessica DiCicco as Child (as Jessica Di Ciccio)

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Catherine Scorsese
plays Woman in Cafe

Ida Bernardini
plays Woman in Cafe

Joe Drago
plays Party Security

David Hume Kennerly
plays Party Photographer

James D. Damiano
plays Son Playing Soccer

Michael Boccio
plays Father of Soccer Player

Ludovico Caldarera
plays Young Priest (uncredited)

R. Emmett Fitzsimmons
plays Mob Boss (uncredited)

Sal Borgese
plays Lucchesi Guard (uncredited)

Salvatore Billa
plays Lucchesi Guard (uncredited)

Frank Ferrara
plays Zasa's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Gia Coppola
plays Connie's Granddaughter (uncredited)

Joe Fontana
plays St. Gennaro Feast Mob Guy (uncredited)

Richard Maldone
plays Zasa's Bodyguard (uncredited)

Tony Devon
plays Mob Family Lawyer at Church (uncredited)

Tony Devon as Mob Family Lawyer at Church (uncredited)

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Anton Coppola
plays Conductor (uncredited)

Carmine Coppola
plays Bandleader (uncredited)

Carmine Coppola as Bandleader (uncredited)

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Ron Jeremy
plays Man Chewing Toothpick (uncredited)

Ron Jeremy as Man Chewing Toothpick (uncredited)

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F.X. Vitolo
plays Pasquale (uncredited)

David L. Thompson
plays Party Guest (uncredited)

Angelo Romero
plays Alfio (uncredited)

Madelyn Renée Monti
plays Lola (singing voice)

Luciano Foti
plays Audience Member (uncredited)

Frank Albanese
plays Grand Marshall at St. Gennaro Feast (uncredited)

John Abineri
plays Hamilton Banker

Pietro Torrisi
plays Guard at Meeting (uncredited)

Angelo Ragusa
plays Guard at Meeting (uncredited)

Claudio Zucchet
plays Guard at Meeting (uncredited)

Gianluca Petrazzi
plays Guard at Meeting (uncredited)

Omero Capanna
plays Guard at Meeting (uncredited)

Sergio Smacchi
plays Guard at Meeting (uncredited)

Angelo Boscariol
plays Mobster at Meeting (uncredited)

Enrico Cesaretti
plays Stockholder (uncredited)

Aldo Formisano
plays Mafia Boss (uncredited)

John Cazale
plays Fredo Corleone (archival footage)

John Cazale as Fredo Corleone (archival footage)

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