More than one famous face. Michael Douglas’ oldest son, Cameron Douglas, has quietly been released from prison, and he’s been showing off his buff body and new ink, including tattoos of his dad Michael and grandfather Kirk’s faces on his stomach.
The Mr. Nice Guy actor, 37, spent nearly seven years behind bars and is now living in a halfway house, according to reports. He resurfaced in New York City on Monday, August 1, and was spotted strolling through the city with Brazilian yoga instructor Viviane Thibes. The actor looked muscular in a fitted blue T-shirt and jeans, along with a pair of red-rimmed glasses.
Cameron underwent a shocking transformation during his time in jail. He first flaunted the tattoos of his family, which appear on either side of his toned abs, in a shirtless Instagram pic. “Not going to quit until I get there. #tattoo #bodyink #camerondouglas,” he captioned the photo.
The tattoo of Michael appears to be a re-creation of the actor’s Oscar-winning role as Gordon Gecko — complete with the suspenders — in the 1987 movie Wall Street.
The It Runs in the Family actor was arrested in a New York City hotel in 2009 by the Drug Enforcement Administration for possession of 0.5 pounds of methamphetamine, and the amount was large enough to charge him with intent to distribute.
Cameron was sentenced to five years in prison in April 2010, but his sentence was extended in 2011 when he pleaded guilty to smuggling heroin and other drugs into jail with the help of his girlfriend at the time and his lawyer. He was scheduled for release in 2018, but he was granted an early release, according to Page Six. It appears the National Lampoon’s Adam & Eve actor has been free since late June, as he’s been posting Instagram photos for the past five weeks.
Cameron is the son of Michael and his first wife Diandra Morrell Douglas. The couple divorced in 2000 after 23 years of marriage. The Basic Instinct actor married Catherine Zeta-Jones later the same year. They are now parents of Dylan, 15, and Carys, 13.