Michael Caine

Sir Michael Caine has won two Academy Awards during his distinguished five-decade career on screen. Knighted in 2000, Caine was born in working-class Sussex, England, and served in the British Army before landing his first film role in "Zulu" (1964). His films include "The Ipcress File," "Alfie," "Hannah and Her Sisters," "The Cider House Rules," and "Harry Brown." He is the author of the bestselling "What's It All About?." He lives in Surrey with his wife of thirty-seven years.