She was 25. I never knew how hard it was to act when there's nothing there.'. There was talk of the former Japanese interment camps being converted to imprison the ‘subversives’. Kirk Douglas, 101, of Spartacus fame still works out EVERY DAY with a personal trainer.
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Thank you HFPA for the Golden Globes nomination and for making my Dad proud on his 103 birthday!” Michael wrote. Straight talk: Speaking on Britain's Lorraine on Wednesday, Kirk's son Michael said: 'He still has a trainer. "[My wife] used to have on our answering machine, 'Spartacus and I are not home at the moment, please leave a message, ' " said Kirk Douglas (here, in the '50s). “Because it makes you feel so good to help other people. Christophe, a celebrated French crooner best known for his ballads “Aline” and “Les Mots Bleus,” died April 16. Tomie dePaola, a children's author and illustrator known for his book "Strega Nona," died March 30. He was 96. While Douglas’ on and off-screen bravado could be overpowering, and even difficult at times, he was a man of heartfelt conviction, hiring blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo — and giving him full-screen credit — to write the 1960 epic Spartacus, in which Douglas starred and served as executive producer. He added: 'Dylan, no doubt about it, Carys. I’ve tried to pass that message on to the kids.”. He was 25. He was 86. He was 81. She was 81. Five years after Eric’s death, he saw grandson Cameron (from Michael Douglas’s first marriage) sentenced to five years’ imprisonment for dealing and possessing drugs.
Brian Howe, former frontman for the British rock group Bad Company, died May 6. Rocky Johnson, member of the WWE Hall of Fame and father of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, died January 15. “[But] I think he looks more like Catherine. Neil Peart, the drummer and lyricist for Rush, died January 7. Swedish actor Max von Sydow, who made his name in the films of Ingmar Bergman before featuring in international hits like "Game of Thrones," died March 8. He has just finished a gruelling exercise session with his personal trainer. I'm really happy about it. Bird. I don’t have much time to look ahead; instead, I look backwards and think of all the mistakes I might have made, what I did and where I could have done better.
“There was a pall over the whole country,” the actor remembers. Making a Film, Breaking the Blacklist, which focuses on how he ended the blacklisting of writers after McCarthy’s Hollywood witch-hunts Jörn Donner, Finnish producer and director whose credits included Ingmar Bergman’s Oscar-winning "Fanny And Alexander", died January 30. The Spartacus star looked like another regular young man as his energy levels belied his advancing years. Photographer Peter Beard, world-renowned for his beautiful and intimate images of Africa and African wildlife, died April 19. She was 66. He was 69.
That was terrible, because then they couldn’t make a living. He was 91. He was 81. No need to register, buy now! He produced the film against the sinister backdrop of the most infamous period in America’s history. Lyle Waggoner, known for his work on "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Wonder Woman," died March 17. Andy Gill, founding member and guitarist for the British post-punk outfit Gang of Four, died February 1. Kirk is thrilled that Michael is working nearby, and he’s getting a kick out of “my favourite actor” playing such an out-of-character role as the dazzling, flamboyantly camp pianist. Making a Film, Breaking the Blacklist, which focuses on how he ended the blacklisting of writers after McCarthy’s Hollywood witch-hunts. Kevin Conway, veteran stage and screen actor known for "Gettysburg", "The Quick and the Dead", and HBO’s "Oz", died February 5.
He was 35. She was 34. Adam Schlesinger, a musician and songwriter highly regarded for his work as a member of Fountains of Wayne and an Emmy-winning songwriter for TV’s “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” died April 1. Following intensive treatment, Michael announced his cancer to be in remission and is now back at work, currently filming the biopic Liberace in Las Vegas with Matt Damon. When the film’s director, Stanley Kubrick, offered to take the screen credit himself for writing the screenplay, Douglas finally revolted. ... Boost motivation and prevent injury by changing your workout intensity. Heading a Hollywood family, though, was often as difficult as being in one. By Heidi Parker For Dailymail.com. Kirk Douglas talks of his 10th book, I Am Spartacus! He’s in an ebullient mood. “All children are natural actors, and I’m still a kid. But I admire him more because he’s a real humanitarian. DJ and producer Andrew Weatherall, a titan of underground dance music, died February 17. He was 71. He is a legend in our family.“. It could have ended his career. It was an awful situation in Hollywood because it became a blacklist.”, Douglas sighs heavily. "She turned me down!" Peter also runs the Douglas Foundation, a charitable organisation that has just given $50 million to the Motion Picture and Television Home for retired actors through their Alzheimer’s division (named Harry’s Haven after Kirk’s father). I know it.”. If you grow up completely, you can never be an actor.”. He was 42. Fred Silverman, longtime television producer and executive behind "All in the Family", "Soap" and "Hill Street Blues", died January 30. Clive Cussler, the author and maritime adventurer who captivated millions with his best-selling tales of suspense, died February 24. Tolkien, died January 15. Singer-songwriter Bill Withers, a soul legend best known songs like “Lean on Me,” “Lovely Day,” and “Ain’t No Sunshine,” died March 30 from heart complications in Los Angeles. Kirk was the movie idol of his day as he starred in film after film. His once blond hair long ago turned white, but the trademark dimple in his chin has lost none of its prominence.
“The House Committee on Un-American Activities was searching for communists who they thought would bring down our government. And, although he'd love to see his father more, Michael has his hands full with his own acting career, his children Dylan, 17, and Carys, 15, whom he has with his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, and now he's a grandfather to his son Cameron's daughter. 'It's my 50th years in the business. In November 2018, Douglas attended Michael’s induction at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November — where the Basic Instinct star honored his father. "He's strong," Douglas shared. He was 69. Ja’Net DuBois, the actress who played the sassy Willona Woods in the 1970s TV show “Good Times” and sang the theme song to “The Jeffersons,” died February 17. Douglas spoke about his father to PEOPLE, revealing that, “My father was not very affectionate, he was never interested in what I was doing.
Florian Schneider, the co-founder of the German electronic band Kraftwerk, died May 6.
There’s a new memoir in the works – Fragments of Memory. I'm sure once Carys is out there, I'll really be reaching out.'. The legendary actor spent the last years of his life surrounded by his loved ones including Cameron, who was released from prison in 2016 and welcomed his first child, daughter Lua Izzy, in December 2017. He was 35. “Thank you for your advice, inspiration, and I’ll say it simply and with all my heart: I’m so proud to be your son.”. Keeping your torso upright, bend your legs and lower your body into a lunge [A]. Bob Shane, the last surviving original member of "The Kingston Trio", whose smooth close harmonies helped transform folk music, died January 26. Italian actress Lucia Bosè, mostly known for appearing in films from acclaimed Italian directors such as Michelangelo Antonioni and Federico Fellini, died March 23. He was 51. That makes him a true living legend, I remark. Shirley Douglas, a Canadian actor and activist, died April 5. "We solve our disagreements with a kiss.
Some committed suicide, people suffered terribly.”. “To the world, he was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movies who lived well into his golden years, a humanitarian whose commitment to justice and the causes he believed in set a standard for all of us to aspire to.”, © Getty (His first was The Ragman’s Son in 1988). ", "Acting is a childish profession," said Douglas (ca. The 103-year-old actor shared this gem and more in a 2015 PEOPLE interview promoting his new collection of poetry, Life Could Be Verse: Reflections on Love, Loss, and What Really Matters, a unique look at his career, his 60-plus-year marriage to Anne Buydens and his four sons. Filming on the west coast has meant Douglas has been able to see more than usual of Michael, wife Catherine Zeta-Jones and their children Dylan, 12, and Carys, nine, who are normally based in New York. Bob Kulick, guitarist and producer with the rock band "KISS," who also played with the West Coast heavy metal band "W.A.S.P."
She was 74.
Caroline Flack, a well-known television personality and former host of the ITV television series “Love Island” and other shows in Britain, died February 15. Ever wonder what celebrity makeup artists use on our favourite famous faces? But, in the meantime, Michael is still keen to bag as many roles as possible. Ivan Passer, a leading figure of the Czech new wave who directed films including “Cutter’s Way,” died January 9.
He was 66. Jimmy Cobb, a jazz drummer who helped drive Miles Davis’s masterpiece “Kind of Blue,” an album of transcendent lyricism and spontaneity, died May 24. He was 85.