Michael KEATON

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Birth name: Michael John Douglas 
Date of birth: 1951-09-05 
Hometown: Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, USA 
Chronology:
(1951) Born Michael John Douglas - later adopts "Michael Keaton" as stage name. 
(1982) Marries actress Caroline McWilliams 
(1983-05-27) His son Sean Maxwell Douglas was born. 
(1989) Was in a relationship with Courteney Cox. 
(1990) Divorces actress Caroline McWilliams 
(1995) Broke up with Courteney Cox. 
Height: 175 cm 
Favorites:
An avid Pittsburgh Steelers football fan 
Movie of his own: Beetlejuice 
Hobbies:
Fly Fishing 
Golf 
Horse back riding 
Mountain Biking 
Snowboarding 
Non-anime roles:
Artie Lewis in "One Good Cop" (Movie, 1991) 
Batman/Bruce Wayne in "Batman Returns" (Movie, 1992) 
Batman/Bruce Wayne in "Batman" (Movie, 1989) 
Betelgeuse in "Beetle Juice" (Movie, 1988) 
Bill Blazejowski in "Night Shift" (TV series, 1982) 
Billy Caufield in "The Dream Team" (Movie, 1989) 
Bob Jones in "My Life" (Movie, 1993) 
Bobby Barbato in "Touch and Go" (Movie, 1986) 
Cameo appearance in "She's Having a Baby" (Movie, 1988, uncredited) 
Carter Hayes in "Pacific Heights" (Movie, 1990) 
Chick Hicks in "Cars" (2006 Pixar movie) 
Constable Dogberry in "Much Ado About Nothing" (Movie, 1993) 
Daryl Poynter in "Clean and Sober" (Movie, 1988) 
Doug Kinney in "Multiplicity" (Movie, 1996) 
Filmmaker in "A Different Approach" (Movie, 1978) 
Harry Berg in "The Squeeze" (Movie, 1987) 
Henry Hackett, Metro Editor New York Sun in "The Paper" (Movie, 1994) 
Hunt Stevenson in "Gung Ho" (Movie, 1986) 
Jack Butler in "Mr. Mom" (Movie, 1983) 
Jack Frost in "Jack Frost" (Movie, 1998) 
Johnny Kelly/Johnny Dangerously in "Johnny Dangerously" (Movie, 1984) 
Ken in "Hawaiian Vacation" (2011 Pixar short) 
Ken in "Small Fry" (2011 Pixar short) 
Ken in "Toy Story 3" (2010 Pixar Movie) 
Kenneth Christy in "The Mary Tyler Moore Hour" (TV series, 1979) 
Kevin Vallick in "Speechless" (Movie, 1994) 
Lanny Wolf in "All's Fair" (TV series, 1976) 
Martin Raikes in "Quicksand" (Movie, 2001) 
Mike O'Rourke in "Working Stiffs" (TV series, 1979) 
Murphy in "Report to Murphy" (TV series, 1982) 
Narrator in "Inventing the Abbotts" (Movie, 1997, uncredited) 
Peter Cameron in "A Shot at Glory" (Movie, 2000) 
Peter McCabe in "Desperate Measures" (Movie, 1998) 
President Mackenzie in "First Daughter" (Movie, 2004) 
Ray Nicolette in "Jackie Brown" (Movie, 1997) 
Ray Nicolette in "Out of Sight" (Movie, 1998, uncredited) 
Robert Wiener in "Live From Baghdad" (TV, 2002) 
Skit characters in "Mary" (TV series, 1978) 
News: Show:
Porco Rosso dub premiere (Oct 8, 2003)
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Cast in:
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Porco Rosso (movie) as Porco Rosso 
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