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Michael Keaton

Michael Keaton young

Birth Date

September 5, 1951


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


Eye color



5 ft 10 in | 178 cm

Michael Keaton young photos


83 kg | 183 lbs


42 in | 107 cm

Shoe size

10 US | 43 EU


33 in | 83 cm

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Michael Keaton was born in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, United States, on September 5, 1951, is an American actor and director.

Young Michael Keaton first started acting during his years at the Kent State University, Ohio in school theater productions.

He got his television debut in educational children's series Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1975) in role as Volunteer.

He made his big screen debut in comedy movie Rabbit Test (1978) in role as Sailor.

He landed his first big break with a role as Bill "Blaze" Blazejowski in comedy movie Night Shift (1982).

Michael's breakthrough performance came as Betelgeuse in horror comedy film Beetlejuice (1988) directed by Tim Burton.

He made his directorial debut with drama film The Merry Gentleman (2008).

New Movies

The Asset (2021) action thriller opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Maggie Q

Morbius (2021) fantasy superhero with Adria Arjona and J.K. Simmons

The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020) drama in role as Ramsey Clark, opposite Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Worth (2020) biographical in role as Kenneth Feinberg, with Stanley Tucci

Dumbo (2019) fantasy adventure in role as V.A. Vandemere, opposite Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito and Eva Green

Best Movies

He was nominated for the Academy Award, a BAFTA Award and he won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as Riggan Thomson in black comedy film Birdman (2014), directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu.

He played Bruce Wayne / Batman in superhero movies Batman (1989) and Batman Returns (1992) directed by Tim Burton.

He portrayed Adrian Toomes / Vulture in superhero film Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), for which he was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actor.

He was nominated for the Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Walter "Robby" Robinson in biographical drama movie Spotlight (2015).

Gung Ho (1986) comedy drama with Mimi Rogers and John Turturro

Pacific Heights (1990) psychological thriller with Melanie Griffith

Clean and Sober (1988) drama with Morgan Freeman

Johnny Dangerously (1984) comedy opposite Danny DeVito

Jackie Brown (1997) crime thriller directed by Quentin Tarantino

Desperate Measures (1998) thriller action opposite Andy García

Need for Speed (2014) action thriller opposite Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots

The Dream Team (1989) comedy with Christopher Lloyd and Peter Boyle

The Paper (1994) comedy drama with Glenn Close and Marisa Tomei

The Other Guys (2010) action comedy with Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Will Ferrell

RoboCop (2014) cyberpunk superhero action with Joel Kinnaman and Gary Oldman

The Founder (2016) biographical comedy drama in role as Ray Kroc

American Assassin (2017) action thriller opposite Dylan O'Brien, Taylor Kitsch and Sanaa Lathan

TV Shows

He was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor for his role as Robert Wiener in HBO television movie Live from Baghdad (2002).

He hosted documentary Fred Rogers: America's Favorite Neighbor (2004) for which he was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special.

He was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor for his role as James Angleton in miniseries The Company (2007).

All's Fair (1976-1977) CBS sitcom in role as Lannie Wolf

The Tony Randall Show (1978) ABC sitcom in role as Zeke

He played various characters in comedy variety show Mary (1978).

Working Stiffs (1979) CBS sitcom in role as Mike O'Rourke

The Mary Tyler Moore Hour (1979) CBS sitcom variety show in role as Kenneth Christy

Report to Murphy (1982) CBS sitcom in role as Murphy

He hosted Saturday Night Live (1982, 1992, 2015).


Attended Montour High School in Robinson Township, Pennsylvania.

Studied speech at Kent State University, Ohio.

He is the youngest of seven children, has three brothers and three sisters.

Has Irish, English, Scottish and German ancestry.

Loves snowboarding, golf, fly fishing and mountain biking.

He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6931 Hollywood Boulevard in 2016.

Fan of Pittsburgh Steelers.

He voiced Chick Hicks in animated road comedy film Cars (2006), Ken in animated comedy movie Toy Story 3 (2010) and Walter Nelson in animated comedy movie Minions (2015).

Huge fan of Katy Perry.

He was named Officer of Order of Arts and Letters in France (2016).

He has a ranch in Santa Barbara, California.

Lives in Big Timber, Montana.


He was married to actress Caroline McWilliams (1982-1990), they have one son, Sean.

He dated Audra Lynn (2003), Courteney Cox (1989-1995) and Michelle Pfeiffer (1988-1989).


(On his decision not to reprise his role as Batman in Batman Forever): I was waiting in line for another movie and just kind of poked my head in... watched about 10 minutes. I saw enough to know that I made the right decision.

There comes a point in your life when you realize how quickly time goes by, and how quickly it has gone. Then it really speeds up exponentially. With that, I think you start to put a lot of things into context; you start to see how huge the world is, and really, the universe.

High energy creates more energy, more energy, more energy. It kicks off synapses I guess. It opens up your brain and you think of one thing after another thing after another. You can really open yourself up comedically, which is fun.

Anyone can be a celebrity now; this is not a big deal anymore.

Generally, I move in the direction of art.

I come from a background where you don't really talk about yourself much.

I liked 'Robocop' because of the director, and it was an intelligent, big-action studio movie.

People always make these generalized statements about Hollywood, and there's all kinds of people in Hollywood.