Actor Michael Douglas recently sat down with Oprah to discuss his life in a very candid interview, from his battle with throat cancer, to his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones' struggle with bipolar disorder.
Douglas has expressed his frustration with the media. "She was outed," he said, referring to Jones' statement that was released to the press when news broke that she had undergone treatment at a mental hospital.
Michael also addresses his ex-wife, who is suing him again for residuals on "Wall Street 2," and his son, Cameron, who was sentenced to five years in prison a year ago for drug trafficking.
Douglas ends the interview on a positive note and says, "It takes a lot of courage to seek help and I am proud of Catherine for doing something positive about the situation. It's onwards and upwards for us."
Michael's interview airs Tuesday on "Oprah."