Michael Douglas’ Boy Scout

Michael Douglas' Boy Scout

Actor Michael Douglas and his 9-year-old son Dylan arrived at their New York City apartment after attending a Boy Scouts of America meeting on Saturday afternoon (March 20).

Recently the 65-year-old Oscar-winner opened up about parenthood and how it transformed him from the man he was in his younger years:

My career was the most important thing in my life, followed by marriage and children. And it’s completely reversed now. I never anticipated starting a family and the joy of raising kids at my age.

Michael, who has two children with wife Catherine Zeta Jones – Dylan and sister Carys, 6 – is also dad to 31-year-old Cameron with his first wife, Diandra Luker.

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  1. Greg S.

    I find it very refreshing to see a celeb getting his son involved in the scouting program. The Boy Scouts have so much to offer a young man these days. So many boys are not exposed to the environment around them they really no nothing of this country from an outdoors point of view.

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  2. ange

    interresant see how michael and a different father, nice pics.

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  3. Anonymous

    I think it’s great that Dylan’s involved with boy scouts. His parents might be millionaires & international celebrities yet they still pay the $150 fee for the year and probably send him on the camping trips. It’s refreshing to see celebrities kids just doing these average things.

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  4. nosoupforyou

    He’s a Weblo, part of Cub Scouts. At 11 he will cross over into Boy Scouts.

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  5. Scouter

    Registration for all members of the Boy Scouts of America, youth and adult, is $15 per year. Most Cub Scout packs, that include Tigers, Wolfs, and Bears, as well as Webelos Cub Scouts, charge an additional amount to cover awards and operating expenses. It may cost a little more out of pocket because Webelos Scout Dean are encouraged to go on Father and Son camping trips.

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