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Winner of the 2000 Academy Award as Best Supporting Actor for "The Cider House Rules," MICHAEL CAINE (Cliff Brumby) is an Award-winning actor whose career spans 30 years. He won a National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Actor for his standout performance in "Alfie." Among his more than 80 film and television roles are those in "Sleuth," "Battle of Britain," "The Wilby Conspiracy," "The Man Who Would Be King," "The Eagle Has Landed," "A Bridge Too Far," "The Island" and "Dressed to Kill." His role in "Educating Rita" won him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, as well as a BAFTA Award for Best Actor.

In 1986, Caine won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role opposite Diane Keaton in "Hannah and Her Sisters." His credits include "Without a Clue," "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels," "Mr. Destiny," the telefilm "Jack the Ripper" (for which he and Stacy Keach tied for the Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe) and "The Muppets Christmas Carol," in which he starred as Ebinezer Scrooge with Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and the whole Muppet gang.

More recently, Caine received an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the critically acclaimed "The Cider House Rules." He also starred in "Blood & Wine," "Mandela and de Klerk" and "Little Voice," which brought him a Golden Globe Award for best Actor in a Motion Picture. He can currently be seen in the feature "Quills," and in "Shiner," which debuted at the San Sebastian Film Festival.


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