Michael Douglas’ Son Dylan Calls Out His 'Embarrassing' Jokes
Michael Douglas' son called him (and his dad jokes) out.
The Fatal Attraction actor's 22-year-old son, Dylan, opened up about his dad's failed attempts at trying to make people laugh. Even though he's an award-winning actor who starred in plenty of comedies, Dylan said his father's jokes don't always hit the mark.
While speaking with Page Six at the Broadway opening of Good Night, Oscar, Dylan revealed that the actor's dad jokes “can be embarrassing sometimes," adding, "more in terms of what he says, rather than who he is."
“Just dad stuff. [He’s a] bit out of touch, bad jokes for sure!” he said.
Michael shares Dylan with his wife of 22 years, actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, 53. The two also share a 20-year-old daughter, Carys. Michael is also the father to a 44-year-old son, Cameron, from a previous marriage.
Michael and Catherine first met at the 1998 Deaville Film Festival in France. The actor popped the question in December 1999, and the couple tied the knot at New York City's Plaza Hotel in November of the following year.
The couple celebrated their 22nd wedding anniversary last fall, and Michael marked the sentiment with a sweet post on social media honoring the love of his life. "Happy Anniversary to my darling Catherine! I love you so much @catherinezetajones ❤️ #22years," he gushed alongside the throwback photos of the young couple on their wedding day.
More recently, the actor teased his relationship with his wife in a cheeky confession about their competitiveness while playing golf.
"The rules are I have to whip it out if I don't hit it past the ladies' tees," he revealed, clarifying that he has to flash his wife when his game isn't up to snuff. However, "there have been times when we're playing alone and have to give her a little show because we are competitive," he joked, noting that he doesn't always play golf this way. "Only when I play with my wife."
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