Who is Carys Zeta Douglas?
American celebrity child Carys Zeta Douglas was born in Ridgewood, New Jersey USA, on 20 April 2003, making Taurus her zodiac sign. She’s recently launched her career as a model, but is still known primarily for being the only daughter of famous American actor and film producer Michael Kirk Douglas, and famous British actress Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Education and early life
Carys was raised alongside her older brother Dylan (born in 2000) in Bermuda, by their mother and father; she also has a paternal half-brother Cameron Douglas, whose parents are her father and his former wife Diandra Luker.
Carys was often bullied while attending a local elementary school, mostly because of her parents’ age gap of 25; she was often referred to as Michael’s granddaughter. Carys has recently spoken about her childhood, revealing that she was terrified of paparazzi while growing up.
She became interested in both acting and music while attending a local high school, and appeared in a school production of “Once on This Island”; Carys matriculated in 2021 and then enrolled at college to study medicine. She should be graduating in 2025.
Carys has already launched her career as a model and dancer, and she and her mother danced together at the New York City Dance Alliance Foundations’ Bright Lights Shinning Stars Gala at the Westchester Dance Academy.
She walked the catwalk for the first time at the New York Fashion Week in September 2017, for Michael Kors, Chanel and Versace.
In 2018, Carys made a guest appearance in an episode of the talk-show “Entertainment Tonight”, and the same year saw her appear in an episode of the talk-show “Extra”.
Love life and relationships
Carys is keeping her love life away from the media’s attention, which is why there are today various rumors circulating the internet, concerning both her love life and sexual orientation.
Most of Carys’ fans believe that she’s today in a relationship with non-celebrity man, as several people have claimed on the internet to have seen the two together in public on multiple occasions, but Carys is yet to address these rumors.
There are also those who believe that she’s lesbian, and this to be why she avoids speaking about her love life, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.
Carys seems to be unattached as of July 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Carys is followed by more than 200,000 people on Instagram, and has uploaded close to 150 pictures and videos onto the social media network, with most of these showing her spending time with her brother Dylan and their father.
She’s following a strict diet, thus her slim figure; Carys is also physically quite active and works out at the gym on a daily basis.
She likes to listen to rock ‘n’ roll music, and her favorite band is Nirvana.
Carys loves all kinds of art, and has been to a number of museums and galleries around the USA; she’s travelled quite a lot thanks to her parents’ careers, and has been to a number of European, Asian and African countries.
One of Cary’s favorite actresses is Julie Delpy, and some of her favorite movies include “Before Midnight”, “2 Days in Paris” and “Three Colours: White”.
Height, eyes and wealth
Carys’ age is 20. She has black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall and weighs around 110lbs (50kgs).
Carys’ net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000 as of July 2023, her mother Catherine’s at over $150 million, and her father Michael’s at over $350 million.
Who is her mother Catherine?
British actress Catherine Zeta-Jones was born in Swansea, Wales on 25 September 1969, making Libra her zodiac sign. She has 44 acting credits, and is perhaps still known best for starring as Velma Kelly in the 2002 musical crime comedy movie “Chicago”, which also starred Renee Zellweger and Richard Gere, was directed by Rob Marshall and written by Maurine Dallas Watkins. It follows two death-row murderers who’ve developed a rivalry for publicity at prison – the movie won 58 of its 187 award nominations, including six Oscar wins, some of which were for Best Picture, Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Catherine, and Best Art Direction – Set Decoration; this remains Catherine’s only Oscar win.
Catherine was raised alongside her younger brother Lyndon and older brother David in Swansea, by their mother Patricia (nee Fair) who was a seamstress, and father David Jones who owned a candy factory. She was four when her parents enrolled her at Hazel Johnson School of Dance, and she then went on to attend Dumbarton House School; although born into a modest family, their financial situation improved after winning £100,000 in a bingo competition.
She launched her acting career aged nine, when cast to play July in the West End production of “Annie”, and a couple of years later, Catherine became a tap dancing champion. She went on to star in a production of “Bugsy Malone”, and aged 15 dropped out of school and moved to London in pursuit of acting roles. From the age of 17 through 19, she portrayed Peggy Sawyer in a production of “42nd Street”.
Catherine’s debut film role was in the 1990 adventure fantasy comedy “Les 1001 Nuits”, and the following year saw her make her debut TV series appearance, playing Christy in the episode “Out of the Blue” of the drama “The Play on One”.
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What marked the ‘90s for her was perhaps starring as Elena in the 1998 action adventure comedy movie “The Mask of Zorro”, which also starred Antonio Banderas and Anthony Hopkins, and was directed by Martin Campbell. It follows a young thief who wants to avenge his brother’s death, and is being trained by aging Zorro; the movie won nine of its 27 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Effects, Sound Effects Editing and Best Sound.
Some of her following notable performances were in the 2001 romantic comedy movie “America’s Sweethearts”, the 2003 romantic crime comedy “Intolerable Cruelty” and the 2004 romantic comedy “The Terminal”. In 2004, she portrayed Isabel Lahiri in the hit crime thriller film “Ocean’s Twelve”, which starred Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and George Clooney, and was directed by Steven Soderbergh. It follows 12 people as they’re about to pull three major heists in Europe, and the film won four of its 14 award nominations. Some of Catherine’s notable performances in the remainder of the decade were in the 2005 romantic action adventure movie “The Legend of Zorro”, the 2007 historical romantic film “Death Defying Acts”, and the 2009 romantic comedy movie “The Rebound”.
The year 2013 saw her play Dr. Victoria Siebert in the crime mystery movie “Side Effects”, which stared Rooney Mara, Channing Tatum and Jude Law, and was directed by Steven Soderbergh. It follows a woman who’s begun experiencing her prescription drug’s side effects, and the film was nominated for five awards.
Catherine’s three most recent roles have been in seven episodes of the 2021 crime mystery series “Prodigal Son”, two episodes of the 2022 crime fantasy comedy series “Wednesday”, and all 10 episodes of the 2023 action adventure mystery series “National Treasure: Edge of History”.
She’s won 19 of her 56 award nominations, including her above mentioned Oscar win.
Catherine dated several celebrities prior to meeting Michael Douglas in August 1998, including British singer-songwriter Michael James ‘Mick’ Hucknall, British singer-songwriter and actor David Essex, and British former TV personality Josh Leslie; she was also briefly engaged to British actor Angus Macfadyen in the mid-1990s.
Who is Carys’ father Michael?
American actor and movie producer Michael Kirk Douglas was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey USA on 25 September 1944, making Libra his zodiac sign. He has 67 acting credits and is perhaps still known best for starring as Gordon Gekko in the 1987 crime movie “Wall Street”, which also starred Charlie Sheen and Tamara Tunie, and was written and directed by Oliver Stone. It follows a young stockbroker who’s ready to do whatever it takes to reach the top, and the movie won 10 of its 14 award nominations, including an Oscar nomination for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Michael); he’s won one other Oscar: for Best Picture in 1976, for the movie “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”.
Michael was raised in New Brunswick alongside his younger brother Joel and paternal half-brothers Peter and Eric, by their mother Diana Love Webster who was an actress and who died aged 92 on 3 July 2015, and father Kirk Douglas who was an actor and moviemaker, and who passed away aged 103 on 5 February 2020.
Michael studied at The Allen-Stevenson School, Eaglebrook School and The Choate Preparatory School, matriculating in 1963; he continued his education at the University of California, Santa Barbara from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in dramatic art in 1968. Michael then honed his acting skills at New York City’s The American Place Theatre.
His debut film role was playing Jeep Driver in the 1966 historical adventure “Cast a Giant Shadow”, and the year 1969 saw him make his debut TV series appearance, portraying Wilson Evans in the episode “The Experiment” of the drama “CBS Playhouse”. Michael became popular after starring as Inspector Steve Keller in 98 episodes of the crime action series “The Streets of San Francisco”, which also starred Karl Malden and Reuben Collins, and was created by Edward Hume. It follows two inspectors as they’re solving crimes in San Francisco, California, the series aired from 1972 through 1977, and won four of its 28 award nominations.
Some of Michael’s following notable performances were in the 1980 comedy movie “It’s My Turn”, the 1983 crime mystery film “The Star Chamber” and the 1984 action adventure comedy movie “Romancing the Stone”. He starred as Dan Gallagher in the evergreen 1987 thriller movie “Fatal Attraction”, which also starred Glenn Close and Anne Archer, and was directed by Adrian Lyne; it follows a married man whose one-night stand has begun stalking him and his family, and the movie won nine of its 31 award nominations, including six Oscar nominations, some of which for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Writing.
Some of Michael’s most notable performances in the ‘90s were perhaps in the 1992 mystery thriller movie “Basic Instinct”, the 1996 adventure thriller film “The Ghost and the Darkness”, and the 1998 crime thriller movie “A Perfect Murder”.
What marked the 2000s for him was perhaps portraying Mr. Thompson in the 2006 romantic comedy film “You, Me and Dupree”, which starred Kat Hudson and Owen Wilson, and was directed by Anthony and Joe Russo; it follows the best man who’s decided to stay with the newlyweds following the wedding, and the movie won three of its five award nominations.
Some of Michael’s most recent movie roles have been in the 2018 action science fiction fantasy “Animal World”, the 2019 action adventure “Avengers: Endgame”, and the 2023 action adventure comedy “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania”.
Michael’s won 55 of his 119 award nominations, including his two above mentioned Oscar wins.
From 1971 through 1977, he was in a relationship with American actress Brenda Buell Vaccaro, and from March 1977 through 1995, Michael was married to non-celebrity Diandra Luker, who was the daughter of an Austrian diplomat.