Many celebrities Fathers have children that follow in their footsteps. This is an example of a few of them. Not only that but they look very much like their Father. Some Fathers were more famous than their offspring and some of the children were more famous than their Fathers.
Angelina Jolie and Jon Voight
British photographer Terry O’Neill who dreamt to become a jazz drummer moved to New York and later discovered his passion for photojournalism. In the 1960’s he started to take pictures of celebrities. His polite, relaxed and professional style quickly became very much in demand by famous people. He worked for Rolling Stone, Vogue, Look, Paris Match and Life. Inside this post, you’ll find some of Terry’s classic photos of celebrities.
This new selection of rare pictures of famous people is rather interesting as it shows some of the most popular stars from the old days.
These are some photos of the legendary actor Michael Douglas from 1951 to the present. He followed in his famous father’s (Kirk Douglas) footsteps to become one of the best actors of our time. Although he has certainly changed over the years, his acting ability has only improved.
1951, Michael (right) with his father and little brother
50 cent has put his 52 room Connecticut mansion up for sale. He remodeled it after purchasing it from boxer Mike Tyson. If you've been looking for a place with an indoor basketball court, screening room, media room, and pond house, then look no further. It's suprisingly tasteful, even while being so Bling with it's marble floors and crystal chandeliers. I wonder if Fanny Mae would float a loan for 18.5 Million on this one.
The rat pack consisted of Dean Martin, Joey Bishop, Sammy Davis Jr., Frank Sinatra, and Peter Lawford. They were best of friends and headliners in Las Vegas in the early 1960s. These are rare photos, some of which were never intended to be published. They are available in three editions, the most expensive of which is the Heritage edition which is worth approximately between $1,600 to 3,200.