Michael Douglas is an Oscar-winning actor who starred in Movies like “Wall Street (1987)”, “Basic Instinct (1992)”, and “Fatal Attraction (1987)” etcetera.

He has been an integral part of Hollywood for more than 50 years and will now receive a star on the Walk of Fame on 9 November. It will be a special moment for him and his family because his father 101-year-old Kirk Douglas has also received the same recognition. The legendary Kirk is remembered for his roles in movies like “Lust for Life (1956)”, “Gunfight at the OK Corral (1957)”, “Paths Of Glory (1957)”, and “Spartacus (1960)” etcetera.

Sky News reports that the honor for Michael Douglas will be in the Motion Pictures category and his star will occupy a place in close proximity to that of his illustrious father, Kirk.

Career and life of Michael Douglas

He began his acting career in TV. It all started in 1970 when Michael Douglas appeared in US TV show “The Streets Of San Francisco.” It brought him fame, and in 1975, he bagged his first Oscar for producing a movie. It was “One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.”

There was no looking back for him after that. His second Oscar came for acting. It was for the portrayal of Gordon Gekko, a banker, in “Wall Street (1987).”

He married Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones in 2000, and they have two children.

In 2010, he had throat cancer. However, he came out of it with proper and timely treatment.

A few of his recent movies are “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010)”, “Behind The Candelabra (2013)” and “Ant-Man (2015).” The number assigned for the star of Michael Douglas is 2648, and Jane Fonda will unveil it. She was his co-actor in “The China Syndrome (1979).” NBC Universal vice chairman Ron Meyer will also be present on occasion.

It will be a memorable moment

According to News AU, Michael Douglas was selected for the prestigious recognition in 2003, and it will now be unveiled.

The 74-year-old Oscar-winning actor has appeared in several movies and won the hearts of the audience. He is now set to receive the honor in the category of Motion Pictures.

Ana Martinez, the producer of the Walk of Fame, has described Michael as one who is “what legends are made of.” It will be a memorable and proud moment for Kirk Douglas to see his son’s star shine alongside his own. It will be a rare incident where the duo of father and son have been honored with the same recognition but on different timelines. Let us hope Kirk will be present on the occasion.