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Portraying controversial figures has been very good for <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003358" title="Al Pacino" href="/topic/entertainment/al-pacino-PECLB003358.topic">Al Pacino</a>. He scored his only Emmy playing lawyer Roy Cohn in "Angels in America," and insiders say he's sure to be a front-runner for a nomination for his uncanny portrayal of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002779" title="Jack Kevorkian" href="/topic/health/jack-kevorkian-PECLB002779.topic">Dr. Jack Kevorkian</a> on HBO's "You Don't Know Jack."
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Portraying controversial figures has been very good for Al Pacino. He scored his only Emmy playing lawyer Roy Cohn in "Angels in America," and insiders say he's sure to be a front-runner for a nomination for his uncanny portrayal of Dr. Jack Kevorkian on HBO's "You Don't Know Jack."

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