Michael Douglas has revealed his ten-year-old young son has ‘some special needs’.
The actor, 65, said he and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones decided to move from Bermuda back to New York so Dylan could get the treatment he needed.
‘One of our kids has some special needs and it was recommended he go to a special school in the New York area,’ he said, although he didn’t specify what the exact nature of the ‘special needs’ is.
The Wall Street star, who is currently undergoing chemotherapy as he battles throat cancer, said the move enabled his wife to take on the Broadway role in A Little Night Music.
This summer she received a Tony award for her role in the Stephen Sondheim classic.
On making the decision to move to the East Coast, he added Catherine said: ‘Well, look, I’ll do a musical.’
Read more here: ‘My son Dylan has special needs’: Michael Douglas reveals the reason his family left Bermuda for New York | Mail Online.
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