Michael Douglas

Michael Douglas - the cute, charming, kind,  actor  with French, Irish, Scottish, Jewish, Belgian, English, Dutch, Welsh,  roots in 2017

Get to know the 73-year old actor Michael Douglas, before he got famous (e.g. Wall Street (1987), The Game (1997),Traffic (2000), Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010).). IMDB reports This Is Your Life was Michael Douglas's first TV appearance in 1958. In 1969 he starred as The Experiment in his first movie CBS Playhouse.

BirthdaySeptember 25, 1944
NationalityAmerican
Name in PassportMichael Kirk Douglas
Debut CBS Playhouse(1969)
EthnicityFrench, Irish, Scottish, Jewish, Belgian, English, Dutch, Welsh, (Read: 16 Surprising Celebrity Ethnicities)
Ethnic category/Race(?)White
Sexuality - Gay or NayStraight
His home town is New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States. His parents Kirk Douglas & Diana Dill are of French, Irish, Scottish, Jewish, Belgian, English, Dutch, Welsh, ethnicity. Michael Douglas was born on September 25, 1944 on a Monday.

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High school: Allen-Stevenson School, Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States (1959), Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, Connecticut, United States
University/College: B.A. Drama, University Of California At Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California, United States (1968)

Childhood Photos - When he was young

Michael Douglas childhood photo one at pinterest.com
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Michael Douglas childhood photo two at pinterest.com
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Year Book Photos

Michael Douglas yearbook photo one at pinterest.com at pinterest.com
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Photo of First movie or tv show debut

CBS Playhouse

Michael Douglas first movie:  CBS Playhouse
Character: The Experiment| Date: 1969

Footage of early or first TV Interview or Appearance

Michael Douglas interview (1997)



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