Michael Kirk Douglas was born September 25, 1944 and is an American actor and producer. Douglass produced and starred in 1984's Romancing the Stone which was his first box-office success. He co-starred with Danny DeVito. He starred in several other popular movies including Fatal Attraction, Wall Street, War of the Roses, Basic Instict, Disclosure, and Traffic with actors such as Glenn Close, Sharon Stone, and Demi Moore. He starred in Traffic with Benicio del Toro and his future wife, Catherine Zeta Jones.
Douglass had a long term relationship with actress Brenda Vaccaro before ultimately marrying a much younger woman, Diandra Luker. They had one son together named Cameron in 1978. They divorced in 1995. Douglass then married Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2000 and they have two children together: Dylan Michael (2000) and Carys Zeta (2003.) Although they had a temporary separation, they remain married. Together the couple hosted the Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo, Norway in 2003.
|Children:||Cameron Douglas, Carys Zeta Douglas, Dylan Michael Douglas|
|Date of Birth:||September 25, 1944 (age 74 years)|
|Birth Place:||New Brunswick, NJ|
|Spouse:||Catherine Zeta-Jones (m. 2000), Diandra Luker (m. 1977–2000)|
|Net Worth 2020:||350 million|
|Net Worth 2021:||350 million|