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Michael Douglas: An Actor Par Excellence

Michael Douglas is a highly acclaimed actor with a career spanning several decades.
He has been a part of many successful and critically acclaimed films. While opinions on the “best” films can vary. ScreenBox gives you a lowdown on Michael Douglas’s standout performances and notable films.




Traffic (2000) - Douglas was part of the ensemble cast in this Steven Soderbergh-directed film, exploring the complex world of drug trafficking.
The American President (1995) - In this romantic comedy-drama, Douglas plays the role of the President of the United States, opposite Annette Bening.
Wonder Boys (2000) - Douglas received critical acclaim for his role as a college professor in this comedy-drama directed by Curtis Hanson.
The China Syndrome (1979) - Douglas plays a television reporter in this thriller about a potential nuclear disaster, co-starring Jane Fonda and Jack Lemmon.
The War of the Roses (1989) - A dark comedy directed by Danny DeVito, where Douglas stars alongside Kathleen Turner again.
Romancing the Stone (1984) - A romantic adventure comedy in which Douglas plays opposite Kathleen Turner, directed by Robert Zemeckis
Basic Instinct (1992) - Douglas starred alongside Sharon Stone in this erotic thriller directed by Paul Verhoeven.
The Streets of San Francisco (TV Series, 1972-1976) - While not a film, Douglas gained widespread recognition for his role as Detective Steve Keller in this popular TV series.
Fatal Attraction (1987) - In this psychological thriller, Douglas stars opposite Glenn Close in a story of infidelity gone wrong.
Wall Street (1987) - Douglas won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his iconic role as Gordon Gekko in this Oliver Stone-directed film about corporate greed.
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