'Spartacus' actor Kirk Douglas, 101, spotted enjoying rare outing in L.A.
Hollywood iconic actor Kirk Douglas was spotted in his black outfit and matching sunglasses in Los Angeles during a rare outing of the 101-year-old actor.
According to a report from Daily Mail, the legendary actor, who graced the big screen with the famous role in "Spartacus," was accompanied by two nurses during his outing.
He was seen enjoying a stroll around the area donning his black-colored outfit with the help of his walking aid in the Californian sunshine.
After taking his walk, the actor was also seen taking a break and sitting by himself to enjoy his surroundings and watch the world go by.
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The centurion has still managed to keep himself mobile and agile. He has shown no signs of slowing down. He allegedly likes to do light workouts to ensure that his organs are healthy and his joints are mobile.
His son, Michael Douglas, another iconic actor in the family, recently opened up about his father’s desire to work out with a trainer every single day.
Daily Mail reported Michael as saying, “He still has a trainer. He works out with a trainer at 101.” The actor further went on to speak about the tech-savvy nature of his father.
“He's discovered FaceTime. Whenever I am, restaurants [or anywhere]...it gives him a chance to see. I show him round the room to everybody or I show him out the window. He loves it,” he told Daily Mail.
Kirk is one of the biggest names in Hollywood having starred in a number of blockbusters in his day. He became worldwide star following his role in "Champion" (1949) as a boxing hero, which also won him his first ever Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
His second Oscar nomination came for his role in "The Bad and the Beautiful" (1952). Only four years later, he got his third nomination for portraying Vincent van Gogh in "Lust for Life" (1956).