Al Pacino, 79, brings rarely-seen girlfriend and his teenage daughter to 'Irishman' premiere

Lucky man!

The veteran actor couldn't stop smiling at Thursday's LA premiere of "The Irishman," where he had two lovely ladies by his side: His teenage daughter, Olivia Rose, and girlfriend Meital Dohan, who is in her early 40s.

Despite the age gap between himself and Meital, an Israeli actress-singer, the two have been going strong for more than a year. He kept one arm around her and the other around 18-year-old Olivia, who looked chic in large-framed glasses and a black velvet midi dress.

PHOTOS: Al Pacino with his girlfriend, Meital, and his teen daughter, Olivia

Although Olivia was occasionally pictured in paparazzi snaps with her dad throughout her childhood, she's largely stayed out of the spotlight, especially throughout her teen years.

Pacino is a father of three: Olivia has a fraternal twin, Anton, and their mom is "National Lampoon" actress Beverly D'Angelo. He's also dad to 30-year-old Julie, whose mother Jan dated Pacino in the 1980s.

"The Irishman," Martin Scorsese's buzzy new mafia film, features Pacino alongside Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Harvey Keitel. The story spans several decades, relying heavily on digital tech (and, of course, the actors' talent) to de-age each star to look years younger.

Pacino was wowed by the final product, marveling at how incredibly De Niro transformed into a 30-year-old man: "Wait a minute, isn’t he old or something? How did he do that?" Pacino recalled saying after watching a test run of the footage. "He's Meryl Streep!"

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