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Veteran movie actor Kirk Douglas talks about one of the hardest challenges he has faced in his life: recovering from a 1995 stroke. In his new memoir, he chronicles the ups and downs of his Hollywood career, his family life, and most recently, his health.
- Kirk Douglas author and Veteran movie actor
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