A Tribute Evening by the Film Society of Lincoln Center, New York.
Knighted by Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth Il Awarded Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for “Cider House Rules” Given a Fellowship by British Academy of Film and Television Awards
Acting in Film, published
In the Queen’s Birthday Honours, he Was awarded the C.B.E. “NNhat’s It All About” autobiography published
Awarded Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for “Hannah and her Sisters”
Awarded B.A.F.TA. for best Actor for “Educating Rita”
Married Shakira Baksh. They Were married in Las Vegas, Nevada, on January 8. The birth of his second daughter “Natasha” on 15th July.
“Alfie” catapulted him to super-stardom playing a womanising Cockney wastrel with innocence and impudent humour. In the annual British Film critics’ pool, it was voted Best Picture of the Year. “Alfie” also gave him his first Academy Award nomination and the New York Critics’ Prize for Best Actor.
Turning point in his film career when he Was given the role of effete aristocratic Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead in Joseph E Levine production, “Zulu”.
Dominique, Michael’s first daughter Was born on 14th August
First acting role in a film “A Hill in Korea” with George Baker and Stanley Baker.
Theatre Workshop London.
Married Patricia Haines.
Actor Lowestoh Repertory.
Assistant Stage Manager Westminster Repertory Horsham Sussex.
National Service with the Queen’s Royal Regiment and The Royal Fusiliers. Served in Germany and Korea.
Left Wilson’s Grammar School at the age of sixteen and half with three to four passes in the final exams. First job working for Peak Films then worked in numerous menial jobs.
Evacuated with Stanley to the safety of a farm in Norfolk.
Started school at The John Ruskin Infant School. Taken to see his first movie at the age of four which set him on journey of discovery.
His younger brother Stanley Micklewhite Was born
Sir Michael Caine Was born Maurice Joseph Micklewhite in South London on 14th March. He Was the son of a Billingsgate Fish Market porter.