Michael Caine vs Anthony Hopkins

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$75 Million
Net worth 2018
$160 Million
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Film & Theater Personalities
Rotherhithe
Residence
Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales
British, American
Country
British, Welsh
14/03/1933
BirthDay
31/12/1937
1.84 m
Height
1.74 m
Wilson's School, Hackney Downs School
Education
Jones' West Monmouth Boys' School, Cowbridge Grammar School
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2010

’Inception’, a 2010 multi starrer, was another of his noteworthy works

2002

‘The Quiet American’ (2002) is another example of his major works

2000

It was followed by many more hit films such as ‘Miss Congeniality’ (2000), ‘Last Orders’ (2001), ‘The Quiet American’ (2002), ‘Secondhand Lions’ (2003), “Around the Bend’ (2004), and ‘The Dark Knight’ (2008)

1999

‘The Cider House Rules’ (1999) earned him several awards and nominations

1998

Then 1998 onwards he experienced a resurgence in his career

1990

Subsequently, Caine slowed down a bit, appearing in mediocre films for better part of the 1990s

1986

Few Other significant works of this decade were ‘Mona Lisa’ (1986), ‘Jaws, The Revenge’ (1987), ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988)

1983

Caine considers ‘Educating Rita’ (1983) to be his best work

1980

Caine began the 1980s with box office hits like ‘Dressed to Kill’ (1980), ‘The Island’ (1980), ‘Educating Rita’ (1983) etc

1975

’The Man Who Would Be King’ (1975), directed by John Houston, is considered to be one of Michael Caine’s early major works

1973

On 8 January 1973, he married actress and model Shakira Baksh

1970

Although he received critical acclaim for his roles in all of these films, two of his best works in 1970s were ‘Sleuth’ (1972) and ’The Man Who Would Be King’ (1975)

1966

The film was followed by few other hits like ‘Funeral in Berlin’ (1966), ‘Play Dirty’ (1969), ‘Battle of Britain’ (1969), ‘Too Late the Hero’ (1970), ‘The Last Valley’ (1971) and ‘Get Carter’ (1971), ‘The Eagle Has Land (1976), ‘The Silver Bears’ (1978), ‘California Suit’ (1978), Bridge Too Far’ (1977) etc

1965

However, it was his next film ‘The Ipcress File’ (1965), which actually made him a star

1964

’Zulu’, premiered on 22 January 1964 received extremely positive reviews

1963

His big break came in 1963, while he was playing Meff in ‘Next Time I'll Sing to You’, a Cockney comedy at Criterion Theatre in Piccadilly

1956

But since he played the part of an un-credited sailor, ‘A Hill in Korea’, also released in 1956, is considered to be his debut film

1955

Michael Caine married actress Patricia Haines in 1955

1954

He first became Michael Scot and then inspired by Humphrey Bogart’s film ‘The Caine Mutiny’ (1954), he changed his name to Michael Caine

1952

Set in 1952 in Saigon, the story revolves on a love triangle between Thomas Fowler, a British journalist played by Caine; Alden Pyle; an American aid worker and Phuong, a Vietnamese woman

2008

The more recent films of the veteran actor include ‘The Wolfman’ (2008), ‘The Rite’ (2011), and ‘Hitchcock’ (2012)

2005

His award winning portrayal of the New Zealand speed bike racer Burt Munro in the biographical movie ‘The World’s fastest Indian’ (2005) is one of his personal favourites

2001

He reprised the role of Hannibal Lecter in ‘Hannibal’ (2001), and ‘Red Dragon’ (2002)

1995

president Richard Nixon in the 1995 biographical film, ‘Nixon’

1993

In the 1993 biographical movie ‘Shadowlands’, he was appreciated for his sensitive and poignant portrayal of the Oxford academic C

1991

He is critically acclaimed for his role of the cold blooded serial killer Hannibal Lecter in the multiple Academy award winning film ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ (1991)

1990

He acted in many other highly successful movies in the late 1990s, including ‘Amistad’ (1997), ‘The Mask of Zorro’ (1998) and ‘Meet Joe Black’ (1998)

1980

He had a very productive career in the 1980s as well and appeared in a number of movies playing award winning roles in ‘The Bunker’ (1981), ‘Mussolini and I ’ (1985), and ‘84 Charing Cross Road’ (1987)

1972

He portrayed the soul-searching Pierre Bezukhov in the television drama series ‘War and Peace’ (1972-73) based on Leo Tolstoy’s novel of the same name

1970

He acted in several films over the 1970s, the notable among them being ‘Audrey Rose’ (1978) and ‘Magic’ (1979)

1969

He appeared in three movies within the year 1969: ‘The Looking Glass War’, ‘Hamlet’ and ‘Department S’

1968

He made his film debut as Richard the Lionheart in ‘The Lion in Winter’ in 1968

1967

He desired to break into the world of television and films and acted in the televised broadcast of the play ‘A Flea in Her Ear’ in 1967

1965

The celebrated British actor Sir Laurence Olivier recognized the potential of the young man and took him as an understudy at the Royal National Theatre in 1965

1960

He began his career in 1960 with the play ‘Have a Cigarette’ produced by the Palace Theatre, Swansea

1949

His parents sent him to West Monmouth Boys School in 1949 to teach him some discipline