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Michael Douglas

(b. 1944)


'Michael Douglas' can also refer to...

Michael P. Douglas

Douglas, Michael (1944)

Oulton, Michael Douglas (born 1959)

THORNTON, Michael Douglas (born 1952)

DOUGLAS, Michael Kirk (born 1944), actor and producer

DEWAR, Michael Preston Douglas (1906 - 1984), retired

Douglas-Home, Michael David Alexander (born 1987)

BROWN, Michael John Douglas (1936 - 2011), consulting engineer

Goulder, Michael Douglas (1927-2010), biblical scholar

DOUGLAS, Michael John (born 1952), QC 1997; a Recorder, since 2000

CARR, Michael Douglas (born 1955), Chief Science Officer, BT, 2007–09

ARON, Michael Douglas (born 1959), HM Diplomatic Service; Ambassador to Sudan, since 2015

GARRETT, Douglas Thornbury (1883 - 1949), Solicitor; Senior partner of Parker, Garrett and Co., St Michael’s Rectory, Cornhill, EC3

STEAR, Michael (James Douglas) (born 1938), Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Allied Forces Central Europe, 1992–96

DARBY, Michael Douglas (born 1944), taxonomic entomologist; Managing Director, Malthouse Books, since 2009; Scientific Associate, Department of Life Sciences, Natural History Museum, since 2015

McWILLIAM, Michael (Douglas) (born 1933), Director, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 1989–96 (Hon. Fellow, 1997)

MORRIS, John Michael Douglas (born 1935), General Secretary, 1986–99, and Company Secretary, 1990–99, Hon. Consultant, since 2000, British Boxing Board of Control

Michael Brown. The Black Douglases: War and Lordship in Late Medieval Scotland, 1300–1455. East Linton, Scotland: Tuckwell Press. 1998. Pp. vi, 358. Cloth £30.00, paper £16.99

VICKERS, Michael Douglas Allen (1929 - 2007), Professor of Anaesthetics, University of Wales College of Medicine (formerly Welsh National School of Medicine), 1976–95, then Emeritus; Vice Provost, University of Wales College of Medicine, 1990–93

 
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(1944– ) US actor and producer,

son of Kirk Douglas. His acting career soared after the adventure-comedy Romancing the Stone (1984). Douglas won a best actor Oscar for Wall Street (1987). ...


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