Alpacino Beauchamp, a primary school teacher from Ohio, had this to say about his first name in a 2002 University of Cincinnati interview:
All of my mom’s sisters have different stories, but the one I’ve told all these years is from an aunt who said my mom was in the hospital to have me, she was watching TV, and the movie, Saturday Night Fever was on. I’ve never seen the movie myself, but apparently, there’s a scene where John Travolta is singing in the mirror, and he keeps repeating Al Pacino’s name really fast, so it sounds like it’s one name. So then in the hospital, my mom goes, ‘That sounds cool, I think I’m going to name my son that,’ and her doctor says, ‘Yeah, funny, so what do you really want on the birth certificate?’ Alpacino’s on the birth certificate, so that’s my name.
Alpacino was born in the early 1980s — about a decade after the first Godfather movie earned the real Al Pacino (born Alfredo James Pacino) an Academy Award nomination.
(I found out about this name at NOTY.)