36 wins & 63 nominations.
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Fortis Leader (voice, uncredited)
Narrator - Little Claus and Big Claus (voice, as Sir Michael Caine)
Finn McMissile (voice)
Billy 'Shiner' Simpson
Sidney Lipton / Doctor Hicklar
Capt. John Colby - The Players: England
Lt. Gonville Bromhead
Prisoner with Pin-Up (uncredited)
Hell in Korea
The National Servicemen: Pte. Lockyer / Pte Lockyer
Reads "King Midas & The Golden Touch", recorded for Rabbit Ears Radio, with music performed by Yo-Yo Ma. Originally released on cassette.
5 Biographical Movies |
9 Print Biographies |
21 Interviews |
25 Articles |
5 Pictorials |
45 Magazine Cover Photos |
Sir Michael Caine | Michael Scott
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Did You Know?
I'm a sort of boy next door. If that boy has a good scriptwriter.
Caine has been very open about his political views. He left the United Kingdom in 1979 for tax reasons and did not return until 1987 when Margaret Thatcher
had cut the top rate of income tax. An ardent Thatcherite during the 1980s, Caine switched his support to Tony Blair
's New Labour Party shortly before the 1997 General Election. In an interview with "The Sunday Telegraph" on 26 April 2009, ...
His spectacles (rare for 1960s leading actors)