Oscar Actors: Caine, Michael–Two-Time Winner (Hannah and Her Sisters, Cider House Rules)

Michael Caine reprises his role of Alfred in Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight.”

Caine is one of the film industrys most esteemed actors, with a career spanning over half a century and encompassing more than 100 films and a myriad of acting honors.

A two-time Academy Award winner, Caine won his first Oscar, for Best Supporting Actor, for his work in Hannah and Her Sisters, for which he also received Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations.

He took home his second Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in The Cider House Rules, also winning a SAG Award and earning Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations.

In addition, Caine has earned four Oscar nominations for Best Actor, the first coming in 1966 for his performance in the title role in Alfie, which also brought him a Golden Globe nomination and a New York Film Critics Award. He received his second Oscar nod, as well as a Golden Globe nomination and an Evening Standard Award, for the part of Milo Tindle in 1972s Sleuth. His role in Educating Rita earned him his third Oscar nomination, and Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards.

He gained his latest Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations for his work in 2002s The Quiet American, for which he also won a London Critics Circle Award. He previously won Golden Globe and London Critics Circle Awards, as well as a BAFTA Award nomination, for Best Supporting Actor for Little Voice.

More recently, Caine won another London Critics Circle Award for his performance in 2006s The Prestige, which reunited him with director Christopher Nolan following their collaboration on the 2005 blockbuster Batman Begins. Caines most recent film work also includes Gore Verbinskis The Weather Man, Alfonso Cuarons Children of Men, and the 2007 remake of Sleuth, in which he turned the tables on his 1972 role, playing Milos adversary, Andrew.