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Michael Caine had to change his name because of ISIS

Born Maurice Micklewhite, the actor Michael Caine always had problems for being called of a different name on his passport, he said amped up security at airports in the age of ISIS was resulting in longer wait times over confusion about his double moniker, according to The Sun.

Sir Michael Caine has been forced to change his name — to Michael Caine.

“I changed my name when all the stuff started with ISIS and all that,” the actor told The Sun.

The “Alfie” star described wait times of up to an hour when dealing with skeptical airport staff before he officially changed the name on his passport.

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“He would say, ‘Hi Michael Caine,’ and suddenly I’d be giving him a passport with a different name on it.”

Caine started using his alias in 1954.
The 83-year-old started using his alias when he launched his acting career in 1954 — though he first went by Michael White.

“One evening my agent said: ‘I’ve got you a job, I’ve got you three days but you can’t call yourself Michael White, so give me another name,’” he said at a press conference in London Thursday.

“I was in a telephone booth in Leicester Square and I was opposite the Odeon and I looked up, and my favorite actor is Humphrey Bogart, and there it was, it said ‘The Caine Mutiny,’ so I said, ‘Caine! Michael Caine!’”


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