Sir Michael Caine says he supports Brexit because he doesn't want Britain to be controlled by European Union bureaucrats.
At the Venice Film Festival, the Oscar-winning actor said Britain was 'being run by a man called Mr Juncker' - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, a former prime minister of Luxembourg.
Sir Michael, 84, said on Tuesday that 'up until I was 20, I thought Luxembourg was a radio station. I didn't even know it was a country and now he's running my country - and he doesn't seem to like us.'
Oscar-winning actor Sir Michael Caine said Britain was 'being run by a man called Mr Juncker' - European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, a former prime minister of Luxembourg in new comments about Brexit
Sir Michael said in his comments on Tuesday that Juncker 'doesn't seem to like' the United Kingdom
The actor said his decision wasn't based on immigration or economics, but because 'I'd rather be a poor master of my own fate than a rich servant of someone else's'.
This isn't the first time that Sir Michael, who narrates Venice entry 'My Generation,' a documentary about the 1960s, has spoken out about his views on Brexit.
In April, Sir Michael said he was confident leaving the EU would be 'all right', adding: 'I voted for Brexit. What it is with me, I'd rather be a poor master than a rich servant.
'It wasn't about the racism, immigrants or anything – it was about freedom.'
Speaking to Sky News, he added: 'Politics is always chaotic. In politics, you're always going into areas you've never been before, so you're going to get lost and then