Martin Bregman, producer of some of Al Pacino’s biggest movies, has passed away at the age of 92. Deadline reports the news of the prolific producer’s passing, which was confirmed by Bregman’s son Michael over the weekend. The trade adds that he death was attributed to cerebral haemorrhage, his widow, Cornelia, told News 4’s Chuck Scarborough.

Martin Bregman produced some of Pacino’s biggest hits, including Scarface, Carlito’s Way, Serpico and Sea Of Love. He was also behind films like Dog Day Afternoon, The Four Seasons, Betsy’s Wedding, Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power, The Bone Collector and The Adventures of Pluto Nash.

Bregman was nominated for the Academy Award for the classic Dog Day Afternoon in 1976.

The producer was reportedly rushed to Weill Cornell Presbyterian Hospital in New York City early on Saturday morning. He passed away later that afternoon.He is survived by his widow Cornelia, and his children Michael, Chris and Marissa.