What Plastic Surgery Has Michael Caine Had?
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Biography - A Short Wiki
Across his fifty-year career, he has had roles in The Cider House Rules, The Italian Job, Get Carter, Kingsman: The Secret Service and The Prestige. He played Bruce Wayne’s butler Alfred Pennyworth in The Dark Knight Trilogy and appeared in Austin Powers in Goldmember.
He served in the Korean War for the British Army. He made his acting debut as Hindley, a drunk, in Wuthering Heights.
He was knighted in 2000. Though he often played a debonair tough man in his earlier days, he often played a wise mentor in his old age.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Michael Caine, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.88 m, 6’2” (feet & inches)|
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Today’s edition reads, “We suggested that Sir Michael Caine had had a facelift. In fact, this is untrue. Sir Michael Caine has never had any plastic surgery.
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Quotes by Michael Caine
"Every time you get a movie, you get a medical. So you know, you know you're alright for a couple of weeks."
"I think I have the secret of a successful L.A. restaurant, especially now that so many Europeans live there. You have to have a place where they can see out the windows, see the world passing by. Europeans fancy that."
"I come from the slums; I come from a hard background; I come from a poor family; and I was a soldier."
"For me, the performance was always playing different people. And so when I got older, was no longer the romantic leading movie star, it became more and more interesting for me, the characters I played, you know?"
"I regard the theater as a woman I loved dearly who treated me like dirt."