Who is Diandra Luker?
Diandra de Morrell Luker was born under the sign of Sagittarius on 30 November 1955, in USA and is a 63-year-old film producer, who gained fame through her previous marriage to Michael Douglas, a famous Oscar-winning actor.
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How rich is she, as of now?
Diandra Luker’s net worth is over $50 million earned from the film industry, and $45 million through her divorce settlement from Michael Douglas. She has two homes, located in Majorca, Spain and Beverly Hills, Los Angeles which increase her fortune.
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Life before Fame
Diandra Luker spent her childhood on the small island of Majorca, Spain, where she was raised by her Swiss-American father who served as a diplomat, and her Anglo-French mother. Diandra belongs to Caucasian ethnicity. She initially attended a boarding school in Switzerland, and later finished her high school education in the US. Upon matriculation, she enrolled into Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, Washington DC, but dropped out in her sophomore year to concentrate on her married life.
As a teenager, Diandra Luker became active in collaborating with charities. She became a part of The Red Cross, which led her to work as a film producer on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Board of Directors documentary, related to their Office of Film and Television. Afterwards, she worked very briefly as a model for the Forbes Models agency, and then made her debut as a producer in 1991, on the episode “Frederic Remington: The Truth of Other Days” of the PBS series “American Masters” dedicated to the greatest artists born or raised in the US.
Rise to Fame
Two years later, Diandra co-produced another PBS documentary, entitled “Beatrice Woods: Mama of Dada”, alongside Amie Knox, Tom Neff and Olavee Martin. Her next project came in 1996, when she produced the episode “The Birth Of A Sound/Singing Cowboys And Western Swing” of the TV mini-series “America’s Music: The Roots Of Country”. She was then the executive producer of the 1997 documentary “Off The Menu: The Last Days Of Chasen’s” about the exclusive Los Angeles’ restaurant where Academy Awards parties were held for a long time.
In 2008, she served as the executive producer of the drama film “Broken Lines”, starring Paul Bettany and Olivia Williams.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
- Light brown hair
- Blue eyes
- Height – 5ft 6ins (1.71m)
- Weight – 127lbs (58kgs)
- Vital statistics – 38-26-36
- Bra Size – 34D
Popularity through Her Marriage to Michael Douglas
Diandra Luker and Michael Douglas met each other at the US President Jimmy Carter’s inauguration ceremony, when she was 19 years old. After dating for only two weeks, he proposed to her, and they married in March of 1977. For the first ten years of marriage, they lived in harmony, but then started arguing, and the couple eventually went their separate ways in 1995, but the divorce wasn’t finalized until five years later. They had a son – Cameron Morrell Douglas – born in December of 1978. He is also an actor, who came into the spotlight after serving five years in prison for heroin possession.
Diandra and Michael are grandparents to his daughter, named Lua Izzy Douglas.
Life after Divorce
Following her separation from Michael Douglas, Dianda Luker started dating businessman Zach Hampton Bacon III, and they were even engaged, but soon broke up. In 2004 the couple welcomed twin boys, named Hawk and Hudson, through a surrogate mother. Later, Diandra was briefly involved romantically with Michael Klein, with whom she adopted a girl from Kazakhstan, named Imara Sestaca.
Ex-Husband Michael Douglas – Short Wiki/Bio
Michael Kirk Douglas is one of the most famous Hollywood actors and producers. The son of Kirk Douglas and Diana Dill, he graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a BA degree in Drama. He came to prominence after starring in the role of Inspector Steve Keller in the ABC police procedural series “The Streets Of San Francisco” (1972-1976), for which he was nominated three times consecutively for an Emmy Award. Side by side, he produced the 1975 comedy-drama “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”, which won him the Academy Award for Best Picture.
Michael then became the winner of the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, for producing “Romancing The Stone”, in which he portrayed Jack Colton. Thereafter, he featured as Gordon Gekko in the 1987 drama “Wall Street”, winning the Academy Award for Best Actor, and reprised the role in its sequel “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” in 2010. Michael’s other major appearances include such roles as Detective Nick Curran in the neo-noir thriller “Basic Instinct” (1992), starring next to Sharon Stone, Nicholas Van Orton in David Fincher’s 1997 mystery thriller “The Game”, and Liberace in the 2013 biographical drama film “Behind The Candelabra”, for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award.
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Most recently, he was cast as Sandy Kominsky in the Netflix comedy series “The Kominsky Method” (2018-2019), which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. The actor received his Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018.
Michael Douglas has been married to actress Catherine Zeta-Jones since November of 2000. They have a son named Dylan Michael and daughter named Carys Zeta. Michael has been suffering from tongue cancer for many years.