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Michael Douglas feels a little "underestimated" in Hollywood · 2014-12-09 17:36

Even with two Oscars, two Golden Globes, an Emmy, and countless other accolades, Michael Douglas feels “underestimated” in Hollywood.

The veteran actor, who has starred in a myriad of films, opened up to GQ magazine about his career insecurities.”I’ve always felt a little underestimated, personally,” he said in a recent interview with the mag. “I’ve got a pretty good batting average over forty years. Sometimes maybe it looked easy.”

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