| Michael Chaplin|
| Michael John Chaplin|
7 March 1946 (age 69) (1946-03-07) Santa Monica, California, U.S.
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
Actor, writer, producer
Patrice Chaplin (div.)
Geraldine Chaplin, Josephine Chaplin, Sydney Chaplin
Oona O'Neill, Charlie Chaplin
Carmen Chaplin, Dolores Chaplin, Tracy Chaplin, Tim Chaplin, Christian Chaplin, Kathleen Chaplin, George Chaplin
Sydney Chaplin, Wheeler Dryden, Eugene O'Neill, Jr., Shane O'Neill
Oona Chaplin, Kiera Chaplin, Aurelia Thierree, Skye Chaplin, Shannon Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin, Josephine Chaplin, Sydney Chaplin, Geraldine Chaplin, Oona O'Neill
Michael John Chaplin (born 7 March 1946) is an American actor born in Santa Monica, California. He is the second child and eldest son from Charlie Chaplin's fourth and final marriage, to Oona O'Neill.
He was married firstly to the writer Patrice Chaplin, with whom he has two sons. He married secondly Patricia Betaudier, a painter and the daughter of Trinidian painter Patrick Betaudier. He has four children with his second wife, including actresses Carmen Chaplin and Dolores Chaplin.
In the mid-1960s Chaplin signed a book contract with British publisher Leslie Frewin to publish his autobiography I Couldn't Smoke The Grass On My Father's Lawn, which was ghostwritten with Tom Merrin and Charles Hamblett. Prior to the book's release Chaplin filed an injunction against the book prior to its publication in the hopes of keeping it from releasing, arguing that the work would have a detrimental effect on himself and his family. This injunction was ultimately set aside by judges for the Court of Appeal, who argued that Chaplin's contract was binding because he stood to gain from the work's publication, as it launched his writing career.
Limelight (1952) as Child in Opening Scene (uncredited)
A King in New York (1957) as Rupert Macabee
Promise Her Anything (1965) as Heathcliff - Beatnik (uncredited)
The Sandwich Man (1966) as Pavement Artist
The Innovators (2014) as the Voice of the Minister (short film)
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