During a classic episode of “The Late Show with David Letterman” actor Al Pacino was asked for his thoughts on other actors impersonating him.

Letterman specifically asked about fellow acting legend Kevin Spacey, who often turned heads with his impression of his colleague.

“I think it’s good, if people like it,” Pacino told Letterman, noting that he didn’t think Spacey’s impression was very good.

“I don’t see myself in his impression.”

With that, Letterman surprised Pacino bringing out Spacey who refused to break his Pacino character and had the two cracking up with his impression.

As he leaned further into his chair, spreading out as Pacino is know to do in interviews, Spacey completely embodied the acting legend.

Douglas Barclay is a Senior Editor at Rare. Follow him on Twitter @douglabarclay17
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