Oscar winner Michael Douglas reveals a star chart named "Walk of Fame" in the heart of Hollywood.
74-year-old Michael Douglas celebrated his 50-year career as a show business with Hollywood stars. "Why this has not been a long wait," the actor says, eyeing hundreds of fans, family members and friends who attend the ceremony on Tuesday.
The 2648th star was awarded in mid-November when his new Netflix series "The Kominsky Method" was launched, where Douglas mimes former actor star.
Douglas brought a family celebration, including the famous Dad Kirk Douglas ("Spartacus"). A 101-year-old actress, also star of the Walk of Fame, sat with a smile in the wheelchair. The photographers Douglas made with his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones by kissing on a plate. His son Cameron's last marriage was also there.
In the 1970s, Douglas celebrated his first success in the TV series "The Streets of San Francisco". As a potent producer of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975) he won the first Oscar. He won the second prize in 1988 at his directorate for the unspeakable financial shame of Gordon Gekko's Oliver Stone's stock market drama "Wall Street".
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