The 75-year-old Scarface star is considering cutting back on work to have more time with Anton and Olivia, who he shares with his former partner Beverly D'Angelo.

He tells Vanity Fair magazine, "I would rather work less, to be honest with you. I have young children... so I'd like to be more involved with them, because I am a single dad. I share custody. So that gives me a lot to do... I'm dad to them. There's the lamp. There's the TV. There's the couch. I fall into that category: furniture."

Pacino split from D'Angelo in 2003 after seven years together.