Eric Douglas was bornon 21 June 1958 in Stockholm, Sweden, Sweden. Eric Douglas is #1551 in List Billionaires People In The World. Eric Douglas and his brother Carl join their father Gustaf Douglas as billionaires after increasing their ownership in the family investment company Wasatornet. The Douglas family, of noble decent, is the largest shareholder of Latour AB, which holds stakes in Securitas AB and Assa Abloy, the world's largest lock producer. Investment AB Latour is also the main shareholder in AB Fagerhult, one of the leading European manufacturer of light fixtures and several other public companies. Eric is a board member of Latour AB, chairman of the boards of Pod Investment AB and Sparbössan Fastigheter AB, and vice chairman of AB Fagerhult.
During an appearance on The Early Show in 2009, Kirk Douglas told interviewer Julie Chen that he and his wife had taken Eric to "20 rehab centers" over the years and that "nothing helped"
On July 6, 2004, a maid found Douglas' body in his Manhattan apartment
In May 2001, Douglas sued his former psychiatrist, Dr
In 2000, Douglas revealed in an interview that he went into an eight-day coma in 1999 after accidentally overdosing on Xanax
In February 1997, Douglas was arrested for DUI after crashing his rental car into two parked cars
In August 1996, he was arrested in Long Beach, California for driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol
On October 30, 1994, Douglas was arrested in Los Angeles for cocaine possession
One of his first arrests came in 1991 for kicking a Beverly Hills police officer
Douglas was arrested multiple times throughout the 1990s
In 1982, Douglas appeared in the NBC television film Remembrance of Love, also starring his father
He also appeared in a production of Dale Wasserman's Shakespeare and The Indians at the Music Theatre Conference for the Eugene O' Neill Theatre Center in 1981
In the late 1980s, Douglas performed off-Broadway at the Village Gate Theater with the critically acclaimed improvisational comedy troupe Noo Yawk Tawk
Douglas made his screen debut in 1971 in A Gunfight, starring his father and Johnny Cash
Douglas entered British comedy folklore when, during a stand-up performance at The Comedy Store, London, he was angered by the audience's reaction to his stand-up routine and shouted "You can't do this to me, I'm Kirk Douglas's son!" A member of the audience stood up and shouted "No, I'm Kirk Douglas' son," referring to the iconic "I'm Spartacus" scene of the 1960 film starring Kirk Douglas
Eric Anthony Douglas (June 21, 1958 – July 6, 2004) was an American actor and stand-up comedian