1969: The son of acting legend Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, born Sept. 25, 1944, in New Brunswick, N.J., made his feature film acting debut in "Hail, Hero!"
1970: Michael Douglas in the film "Adam at 6 A.M."
1972: Michael Douglas stars with Karl Malden on the ABC police drama "The Streets of San Francisco." Douglas remained on the show until 1976.
1976: Michael Douglas is awarded for his role as a producer of the Best Picture Oscar winner "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest."
1984: Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner in the romantic adventure comedy "Romancing the Stone."
1985: Michael Douglas re-teams with Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito for "Jewel of the Nile," the sequel to the hit adventure comedy "Romancing the Stone."
1987: Glenn Close and Michael Douglas in the suspense thriller "Fatal Attraction."
1987: Michael Douglas as Gordon Gekko in "Wall Street." The film earned Douglas his first and only Best Actor Oscar.
1992: Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas in the sexually provocative thriller "Basic Instinct."
1993: Michael Douglas in the crime drama "Falling Down."
1995: Michael Douglas as President Andrew Shepard in Rob Reiner's romantic dramedy "The American President."
2000: Tobey Maguire and Michael Douglas in a scene from the comedy drama "Wonder Boys."
2009: Michael Douglas in the romantic comedy "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past."
2011: Michael Douglas in a scene from the action movie "Haywire."
Douglas took a risky role in 2013 when he played Liberace in “Behind the Candelabra.” The movie aired on HBO and was nominated for 15 Primetime Emmys. Matt Damon played his lover.
In 2013, Douglas joined Morgan Freeman and Robert De Niro in “Last Vegas."
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