Kirk Douglas Didn't Leave Anything to his Son Michael!

Lula Sharp
February 27, 2020

He had written, "It is with tremendous sadness that my brothers and I announce that Kirk Douglas left us today at the age of 103". "To Catherine, a wonderful father-in-law, to his grandchildren and great grandchild their living grandfather, and to his wife, Anne, a wonderful husband".

Moreover, much of the cash flow went to the Kirk and Anne Douglas Childhood Center, as well as the St. Lawrence University scholarship for at-risk youth.

Hollywood actor sent almost $80 million to its own charitable Foundation, the beneficiaries of which are Children's centre, Kirk and Anne Douglas Theatre.

According to several media reports, Douglas - who died February 5 at age 103 - gave the Douglas Foundation most of his money upon his death.

It is unclear who will obtain the remaining $10 million, but Douglas is survived by his second wife, Anne, and his 3 sons, Joel, Peter, and Michael.

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It has since come to light that Kirk did not give any of his money to his son, who is 75; most of it went to charitable organisations, according to Fox News.

Douglas always knew exactly what he wanted to do with it after his passing: Share the wealth with others.

"Let me finish with the phrases I informed him on his final birthday and which is able to at all times stay true. Dad- I love you so much and I am so proud to be your son", Michael said. He belonged to the so-called Golden era of Hollywood and was known for such films as "Spartacus", "ACE in the hole", "Detective story", "bad and beautiful". He, alongside his spouse Catherine Zeta-Jones, praised his father when he made an announcement. He was one of the final remaining stars of Hollywood's golden age.

U.S. actor Sylvester Stallone, Danny DeVito, movie producer Steven Spielberg, Star Trek's George Takei and William Shatner have been amongst celebs gushing to commend the actor within the wake of his demise.

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