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Michael Keaton Full name Michael John Douglas. His nick Name was Michael Keaton. Michael Keaton now 71 Years old .
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He was born in 5 September 1951 in NewYork, NewYork, United states of america.
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Michael Keaton launched his career in the mid-70s after landing a minor role in “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” He also continued his work as a theater actor, landing many roles in the Pittsburgh theater community. To make ends meet, Keaton also served as a production assistant for television shows and began performing stand-up routines.
To pursue greater opportunities, Michael moved to Los Angeles. He found success as a TV actor playing various roles in shows like “Maude” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Hour.” Micheal was quickly becoming an established actor, but his surname was causing problems as he rose to fame. There was already an actor called Michael Douglas registered to the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), so Michael had to choose a different stage name to avoid complications. He settled on the last name “Keaton” in a seemingly random decision.
One of Keaton’s first big breaks was in “Working Stiffs,” a short-lived comedy series that saw Michael put his stand-up skills to good use. He made such a good impression that he was quickly offered a role in another comedy series called “Night Shift.” He played a well-received character called Bill “Blaze” Blazejowski who was loved by both critics and audiences.
With a solid role under his belt, Michael Keaton was ready to become a comic lead. His first role in this capacity was as a leading man in the film “Mr. Mom.” Over the next period, Keaton was typecast as a comic lead in movies like “Johnny Dangerously,” “Gung Ho,” “The Squeeze,” and “The Dream Team.” By the late 80s, Michael was desperately trying to distance himself from his typical comedic roles, and he started to show his versatility with roles in films like “Beetlejuice” and “Clean and Sober.”