- Faith: Protestant
- Career: Actor
- Birthday: March 14, 1933
- Fun Fact: Caine's father was Catholic and his mother was Protestant.
Michael Cain is an English actor whose career has spanned decades and is considered a British icon. In his extensive career, Caine has appeared in over 160 movies and has won several awards, including three Golden Globes and two Academy Awards. Caine's career started in the 1960s with roles in films like "Zulu,” "Alfie,” "The Italian Job," and "Battle of Britain." Caine is best known for his role as Ebenezer Scrooge in "The Muppet Christmas Carol" and Alfred in the "Dark Knight" trilogy. Caine has also starred in films like "Get Carter,” "Miss Congeniality," and "Kingsman: The Secret Service."
Is Michael Caine religious?
Michael Caine identifies himself as a Church of England Protestant, although he went to a Jewish school when he was 11 and speaks Yiddish. In an interview with AARP, Caine said, "I'm Church of England Protestant. My father was Catholic, and my mother was Protestant. My wife is a Muslim. So I'm not some bigoted guy who's stuck in one corner."
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