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What Is The Real Name Of Sir Michael Caine?


The birth name of Michael Caine is Maurice Joseph Micklewhite.

He was born on the 14th March 1933 at St Olave's Hospital Bermondsey, South London (there is a blue plaque to commemorate his birth) and grew up in nearby Camberwell.

His father was a fish market porter and his mother a charlady.

He served in the army, seeing active service at Korea.

Michael Caine was awarded the CBE and knighted Sir Maurice Joseph Micklewhite but uses the name Sir Michael Caine.



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Biography Of Michael Caine


He first used the stage name Michael Scott, but had to change it because another actor was using that name. He was in a phone box talking to his agent at the time about his name change, looked around and saw a billing for The Caine Mutiny at the nearby Odeon cinema. Michael Caine was born that day!


Michael Caine's most famous films have included Zulu, The Ipcress File, Alfie, The Italian Job, The Man Who Would Be King, Educating Rita, Last Orders, Batman Begins and Bewitched. Michael Caine has appeared in over 100 films.


The official Michael Caine website can be found at www.michaelcaine.com



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