Michael Douglas Wishes He Spent More Time With Son Cameron

Michael Douglas Wishes He Spent More Time With Son Cameron

Actor Michael Douglas, who recently announced he was battling throat cancer, has also come clean about his regrets with his son Cameron who’s had a public battle of drugs and is currently in prison.

In an interview with Men’s Journal, Michael says he was too focused on his acting career when Cameron was born, “When I had Cameron, I was early in my career and as opposed to most jobs, making movies takes you all around the world, so you were absentee in that sense.” The actor’s priorities have now shifted and he says that his “marriage and family certainly come before my career.”

Michael hopes Cameron can get something “accomplished” during his 5-year stint in prison. He has two children, Dylan, 10, and Carys, 7 with wife Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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  1. Anonymous

    He really seems like a good person deep down. I have never met him but my dad did (he ate at Morton’s steak house when my dad was the GM) and he said he was honestly one of the nicest guys he’s ever met, & that’s coming from someone who could careless about celebs and has had a lot of experince with them. He came up to him and introduced himself like no one already knew who he was and was just really friendly. It takes a lot to admit the mistakes you’ve made, especially as a parent. I hope everything goes well for him!

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  2. Anonymous

    Hindsight is 20/20. The man needs to mend fences with his exwife. She is the mother of his child. He treated her terribly when he was young and full of vigor. She lost a lot in the union, money can never buy youth or a committed husband or father. He truly will be a better person for that. His narcissism and revenge will only harm the son further. The big winner however you look is Catherine. She really comes out the winner here in all fronts. Poor Michael, poor exwife Diana, and poor soon Cameron. Michael cannot take his money to the grave,, but he can mend fences.

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