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Michael Caine mourning brother's death

Michael Caine mourning brother's death

Mar 13 2013, 4:34am CDT | by

Sir Michael Caine has been grieving the death of his brother for months. The 'Dark Knight Rises' actor has been left heartbroken by the passing of his younger sibling Stanley in January, and the...

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Michael Caine mourning brother's death

Mar 13 2013, 4:34am CDT | by

Sir Michael Caine has been grieving the death of his brother for months.

The 'Dark Knight Rises' actor has been left heartbroken by the passing of his younger sibling Stanley in January, and the family has finally spoken about his death publicly.

Stanley's widow Marie told Daily Mirror newspaper: "We've kept it very quiet because we didn't want a big fuss about it. Michael couldn't even come to the funeral because we knew there would be a media circus around it.

"But Michael is grieving for his brother. They were very close."

The pair were both up-and-coming actors in the 60s and partied with the likes of Terence Stamp in London's various celebrity hotspots. However, Michael's Hollywood career took off with roles in films such as 'Billion Dollar Brain', while Stanley gave up on acting and found work at Selfridges department store before becoming a writer.

Michael - whose real name is Maurice - was very generous towards Stanley and his wife Marie, giving them a monthly allowance of £1,000 and booking five star holidays for them.

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George Michael, Arctic Monkeys and Katie Melua Implicated In Tax Avoidance Scheme

Jul 9 2014 7:20pm CDT | Source: Oh No They Didn't!

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A number of high profile music figures, including George Michael and all four members of British band Arctic Monkeys, are among 1,600 people who collectively tried to shelter £1.2 billion ($2 billion) in a tax avoidance scheme, reports The Times. Investors in the Liberty tax strategy also include Sir Michael Caine and Take That star Gary Barlow, alongside a number of top businessmen, QCs, NHS doctors, party donors and a judge, according to a secret database leaked to the British newspaper. ...
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