Los Angeles – Oscar winner Michael Douglas revealed a star plaque with his name on "Walk of Fame" in the heart of Hollywood.
74-year-old celebrated his 50-year career in show business. "Why it has not been so long," Douglas said, and glanced at hundreds of fans, family members and friends who attended a ceremony Tuesday.
The award of the 2648th star coincided with the introduction of the new Netflix series "The Kominsky Method" in mid-November, in which Douglas mimics the former acting star.
Douglas brought his family to celebration, including his famous father Kirk Douglas ("Spartacus"). The 101-year-old actor, who also has a star on the "walkway of glory," sat smiling in a wheelchair. For photographers Douglas laid with his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones a kiss on the plaque. His son Cameron from his previous marriage was also there.
In the 1970s Douglas celebrated his first detective achievements in the television series "The Streets of San Francisco". As a producer of the psychodrama "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" (1975), he won his first Oscar. He won the second trophy in 1988 as the ruthless financial shark of Gordon Gekko on Oliver Stone's Wall Street.