American Jewish actor Kirk Douglas died at the age of 103

American Jewish actor Kirk Douglas died at the age of 103. Kirk Douglas was one of Hollywood’s longest-serving actors, and he led such film hits as “Spartacus” and “The Paths of Fame”. His son, the actor Michael Douglas, says: “He was an international legend”

Kirk Douglas, a great glamorous Hollywood star, passed away tonight (Wednesday to Thursday) at the age of 103. He is best remembered in his role as a Holocaust survivor in the 1953 film “Making Hits”, the first Hollywood film shot in Israel, and as a participant in the film “The Great Shadow”, where he played Major General David Marcus in 1966. “He was a legend all over the world,” says his son, actor Michael Douglas…

“Kirk, my father, was a humanist, whose commitment to justice for what he believed in set a standard that we should all strive to adhere to,” continued his son. “But to me and to my brothers Joel and Peter, he was just a wonderful father and husband to his wife, Ann, leaving a legacy of filmmaking and work for audiences and world peace. I said to him on his last birthday: ‘Daddy, I love you so much and I’m proud to be your son. “That will always be true.”

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