Michael Douglas's son wants to dump school for acting

25 October 2013

London, Oct 25 (ANI): Michael Douglas has revealed that his son Dylan is so keen to make a career in acting that he no longer feels the need to go to school.

The 69-year-old actor said that his 13-year-old son told him that he had been the president of his sixth and seventh grade, and is already the president of the school in his eight grade, which he was proud of, the Daily express reported.

He also added that he had been on the honour roll for two years straight and there was no need for him to attend school any longer, as he wants to act.

However, the 'Wall Street' star and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones are still apprehensive about their son wanting to leave school and going into acting so early. (ANI)

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