Michael Douglas reveals the surprising words of his father, Kirk, on his bed of death

Michael Douglas has made some curious revelations on one of the last discussions that he had with his father, Kirk Douglas. The hollywood legend died on 5 February last, at the age of 103 years.

The beginning of the year 2020 seems to be rather disappointing for many personalities. After the death of Thérèse Dion, the mother of Céline Dion, the fatal accident of the helicopter of Kobe Bryant or even the disappearance of Raphaël Coleman, it is the turn of Michael Douglas to be bereaved by the death of his father. In fact, Kirk Douglas, the real star of the hollywood cinema, has made his last breath in Los Angeles, Wednesday, February 5th, surrounded by his family. While he was in Madison to celebrate the opening of the second campaign office of the candidate american presidential Mark Bloomberg, the husband of Catherine Zeta-Jones has revealed a few secrets of his father during his last moments. Passionate about politics, Kirk Douglas has posted his preferences with his son on his death bed. “I don’t know if I was pulling the leg or not, but one of the last words that he said to the hospital, when he came and saw me, he asked me to me to lean towards him, then I leaned in close to him and he said to me : “Mike can do it,” “explained the actor from Basic Instinct. Words that have surely affected the democratic candidate.

A tribute more than moving

Michael Douglas idolized his father from a young age, and always tries to follow in his footsteps. Moreover, it is the actor and producer of 75-year-old announced his death on thees in social networks. “It is with immense sadness that my brothers and I announce you that Kirk Douglas has passed away today at the age of 103 years. For the world, he was a legend, an actor of the golden age of cinema, but for me and my brothers, Joel and Peter, it was simply dad “, he said on 5 February last. The star has since been able to count on the support of loved ones, including his beloved, to try to do the mourning of the one that he considers as his model.