Michael Caine

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Cinema legend and King of British cool Michael Caine is the second choice in our Style Icon series. We take a look at the key aspects of Michael Caine style


Sir Michael Caine (actor) was called up for national service in the British Army in 1951 when he was aged 18 and was deployed to South Korea to help in the aftermath of the North Korean invasion. He served as part of the Royal Fusiliers.

Michael Caine by David Bailey  A photograph that evokes that much cool is practically begging for homages!

A young Michael Caine in Oliver Goldsmith glasses.

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English actor Michael Caine during the filming of Guy Hamilton's 'Funeral in Berlin', in London, circa 1966.

English actor Michael Caine during the filming of Guy Hamilton’s ‘Funeral in Berlin’, in London, circa

“I’ve a soft spot for actresses. When I was poor, they were the only people who were nice to me! ” –Michael Caine

Michael Caine is an English Actor and Author. Renowned for his distinctive working class cockney accent, Caine has appeared in over 115 films and regarded as a british film Icon.