Kirk Douglas

Kirk Douglas, born on December 9, 1916, was a famous American actor and producer. He became a Hollywood legend with roles in classic films like “Spartacus,” “Paths of Glory,” and “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.” Douglas was known for his intense acting style and strong screen presence. He received an honorary Oscar in 1996 for his 50 years in the industry. Douglas also wrote several books, including his autobiography, “The Ragman’s Son.” He passed away on February 5, 2020, at the age of 103, leaving behind a legacy as one of Hollywood’s greatest stars.

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