At first he did not find his profession fun because it was difficult for him to face the camera.
Actor Michael Douglas, 75, did not enjoy acting when he began his career.
The star of “Wall Street” explains that at first he did not find his profession fun because he had trouble being in front of the camera, reports aceshowbiz.com.
“When I started at the beginning of my career, I didn’t enjoy it,” he told People magazine. “I didn’t like the camera, I found it very offensive. I was very scared scenic. Many times I wondered why I kept doing it because it wasn’t fun. ”
However, after Douglas adjusted his mentality, he began to appreciate his trade more.
“At one point in my career, I changed a couple of attitudes, a couple of small decisions I made and it became much more enjoyable,” he added.
“It was the year of ‘Fatal Attraction’ and ‘Wall Street’ and I think ‘Wall Street’ won an Oscar and I left the shadow of my father (Kirk Douglas) and the success with ‘Fatal Attraction’ was a kind of level achievement “He added. “Also at that time I changed my attitude about how to deal with acting.”
“Before I was a kind of actor of methods and I tried to reach the truth, the truth and the pain. Then, realize that it’s about lying. It’s not about pain, it’s about lying about pain, making everyone believe. And once I did it, it freed me a little, allowed me more options, ”he said.