Hollywood legend Kirk Douglas celebrated his 100th birthday. The party was attended by family and some of the biggest names in the industry.
Best known for his classic films like “Spartacus”, “Lust for Life” and “Paths of Glory”, the actor celebrated the milestone age with wife Anne, son Michael Douglas, daughter-in-law Catherine Zeta-Jones and other members of the family at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Friday, reported People magazine.
Michael paid tribute to his father and stepmother.
“He is always asking about what kind of father he was. Dad, you are an amazing, amazing father.”
Anne called Kirk her “friend” and “lover”.
The party was attended by Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation, attended along with Steven Spielberg, Arthur Cohn and Jeff Kanew, who directed Kirk and Burt Lancaster in the film “Tough Guys”.
Spielberg said he watched Kirk’s films to get inspired.
“I’ve worked with the best of them. But, you’re the only movie star I’ve ever met,” the director said.