New Red Hair Makes Michael Douglas Unrecognizable



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New Red Hair Makes Michael Douglas Unrecognizable

The legendary actor Michael Douglas decided to change his appearance and dye his hair. On Friday, he posted a video from Paris on Instagram. ‘Hey,c guys! Happy TGIF! Have a good one! Lots of love!’. while echoing the sentiments in his caption.

Although he was wearing a cap in the video, many noticed that he was no longer gray.

Afterward, he was photographed without his cap while leaving the Cafe de l'Esplanade. Many of his followers were taken aback by his transformation, with one complimenting: ‘Love the natural look.’ Another even said: ‘You could be in your teens looking at this image if you Michael.’ However, one missed his trademark style and commented: ‘MD has wonderful hair for a guy his age, and looked handsome naturally silver.’ "I still have a full head of hair," he said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2019.

"So it’s all good. You know, you can’t be an idiot about it. So 75, I look at it like the 15-year program. If I still got my marbles by the time I’m 90 so I’m kind of thinking about that and after that, it’s all golden." Some followers believed that he dyed his hair for a role in a new film.

"Ant-Man," starring Hank Pym, is currently in post-production. It should be published next year. It is also known that Douglas will play Benjamin Franklin in the series "Reagan & Gorbachev", which will begin filming soon.

Top 10 Michael Douglas Films

American actor Michael Kirk Douglas (born September 25, 1944) is one of the most successful actors of the 20th century. His accolades include two Academy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, two Primetime Emmy Awards, the Cecil B.

DeMille Award, as well as the AFI Life Achievement Award. The actor has also received attention for his humanitarian and political activities, as well as for his marriage to the actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.

  • Traffic
  • The Game
  • The War Of The Roses
  • Romancing The Stone
  • Falling Down
  • Fatal Attraction
  • Solitary Man
  • Behind The Candelabra
  • Wonder Boys
  • Wall Street