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Michael Caine [12]


Born:March 14, 1933 (88)
Filmography Rating:7.96 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.63 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.24 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:74.58%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
Jaws: The Revenge [1987](54) => Hoagie
Noises Off! [1992](59) => Lloyd Fellowes
The Muppet Christmas Carol [1992](59) => Ebenezer Scrooge
Miss Congeniality [2000](67) => Victor Melling
Austin Powers in Goldmember [2002](69) => Nigel Powers
Secondhand Lions [2003](70) => Garth
Batman Begins [2005](72) => Alfred
The Dark Knight [2008](75) => Alfred Pennyworth
Inception [2010](77) => Miles
The Dark Knight Rises [2012](79) => Alfred
Kingsman: The Secret Service [2014](81) => Arthur
Tenet [2020](87) => Crosby

Trivia that mentions this person:
Austin Powers in Goldmember [2002]
  • Mike Myers has said that his glasses in all three films are meant to look like those worn by Michael Caine in The Ipcress File, so Caine took the original glasses (model "Teviot 74" by UK Optical) to the set and wore them as Nigel.
  • Michael York and Michael Caine, both veteran English actors with over 100 films each to his credit, had never worked on a film together before this one.
    Batman Begins [2005]
  • Since Alfred's sense of duty and loyalty towards Bruce Wayne reminded him of the comradeship that exists in the military, Sir Michael Caine based his character's voice on that of a colonel he knew when he was in the army as an 18-year-old.
    Batman: The Movie [1966]
  • This was the only live-action feature-length [Batman] film in which Alfred is not played by an actor named Michael until 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (with Jeremy Irons). Michael Gough played the part in Batman, Batman Returns, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin. Michael Caine took over for Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, and The Dark Knight Rises.
    The Muppet Christmas Carol [1992]
  • There is a store called "Micklewhite". Michael Caine's real name is Maurice Micklewhite.
  • Michael Caine did his own singing in this movie; a thing which he had never done until that point.
  • David Hemmings, [?] Ron Moody, David Warner, and George Carlin were among the actors who were considered for the role of Scrooge, before Michael Caine was chosen
    Inception [2010]
  • There are a total of five Academy Award nominees in the cast (Tom Berenger, Leonardo DiCaprio, Pete Postlethwaite, Ken Watanabe, Elliot Page) and two Academy Award Winners (Michael Caine and Marion Cotillard).
  • Despite prominent billing, Michael Caine only gets three minutes of screentime.
    The Dark Knight Rises [2012]
  • In the film there are a total of five Oscar winners: Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, Marion Cotillard, Anne Hathaway and three Oscar nominees: Gary Oldman, Tom Conti, Liam Neeson. Additionally, Oscar nominee Maggie Gyllenhaal appears in archive footage, bringing the total nominees to nine, unprecedented in a comic book film.
    Into the Woods [2014]
  • In earlier drafts, the essential Narrator character from the original stage musical was still part of the story. Before the role was written out of the script, many actors were either considered, in talks, or asked to play the role including Jeremy Irons, Christopher Plummer, Geoffrey Rush, James Earl Jones, John Cleese, Michael Caine, Michael Gambon, and Alan Rickman. There were even rumors about giving this role to a female such as Julie Andrews or Angela Lansbury who are both Disney favorites as well as experts on Stephen Sondheim's material.
    The Muppet Show: Season 3 [1978]
  • During the course of the show, Jim Henson wrote out a list of dream guests, and urged the writers and puppeteers to do the same. Henson's list included [?] Bil Baird, Shari Lewis, [?] Burr Tillstrom, Stan Freberg, [?] Mae West, Mia Farrow, [?] Princess Anne, Kim Novak, and [?] Katharine Hepburn. The Muppet performers and writing staff list included Dustin Hoffman, David Bowie, [?] Salvador Dalí, Michael Caine, Robert De Niro, [?] Frank Zappa, Meryl Streep, the entire Monty Python troupe, and The Beatles.
    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice - Ultimate Edition [2016]
  • This film marks the third time that the role of Batman has been played by an Oscar-winner. Ben Affleck won best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting and Best Picture for Argo, Christian Bale won Best Supporting Actor for The Fighter, and George Clooney won Best Supporting Actor for Syriana, as well as Best Picture for Argo, along with Affleck. This is also the second time an Oscar winner has played Bruce Wayne/Batman's butler, Alfred. Jeremy Irons won Best Actor for [?] Reversal of Fortune and Michael Caine won two Best Supporting Actors for The Cider House Rules and Hannah and Her Sisters.
    The LEGO Batman Movie [2017]
  • Ralph Fiennes is the third Academy Award-nominated British actor to play the character Alfred Pennyworth. The others are Michael Caine in the Dark Knight trilogy and Jeremy Irons in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Fiennes had also previously been shortlisted to play Batman in Batman Forever.
    Kingsman: The Secret Service [2014]
  • In Sir Michael Caine's final scene, he speaks with his native Cockney accent, suggesting that Arthur's roots are not so aristocratic as one would think.
    Tenet [2020]
  • There was much secrecy surrounding the project before its release. Actor Robert Pattinson said that he was only allowed to read the script in a locked office at Warner Bros. studios. His co-star Michael Caine wasn't even allowed to read the entire screenplay. He was given his scenes only to read before shooting. Prior to the movie's release, Caine told press that he had no idea what the film was about, despite being a very close friend and a frequent collaborator of director Christopher Nolan.
    Jaws: The Revenge [1987]
  • This is one of Michael Caine's notorious "paycheck movies", along with The Swarm (1978), Ashanti (1979), Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979), The Island (1980), The Hand (1981) and Blame It on Rio (1984). When Caine was asked about this movie in an interview, he answered, "I have never seen it, but by all accounts it is terrible. However, I have seen the house that it built, and it is terrific."