Happy Birfday Kirk! Kirk Douglas celebrates 99th birthday while Catherine Zeta Jones says he's still 'handsome and charming' 20:45, 11 Dec 2015 Updated 08:25, 12 Dec 2015 By Rachael Moon The Hollywood legend celebrated his 99th birthday surrounded by friends and family on Wednesday night Screen legend Kirk Douglas celebrated his 99th birthday on Wednesday with a blowout bash surrounded by friends and family. The actor has starred in more than 90 films during his lifetime, including Spartacus and Paths of Glory, with his latest released just seven years ago. To celebrate the Hollywood legend's special event, his family threw him a glitzy birthday bash and took to social media to honour him. Rex Kirk Douglas celebrates 99th birthday Getty American actors Kirk Douglas and Frank Sinatra, dressed in Western-inspired costumes Does Kirk even have social media? His eldest son, Michael Douglas , who's looking more and more like his dear old dad, took to Facebook to wish him a happy birthday. Happy 99th Birthday Dad! I love you, Michael Posted by Michael Douglas on Wednesday, 9 December 2015 Alongside the photo, which shows Michael planting a kiss on his dad's head, he wrote: "Happy 99th Birthday Dad! I love you, Michael". The star's Oscar-winning wife Catherine Zeta Jones also posted a sweet tribute to her father-in-law. Sharing a black-and-white snap of herself kissing Kirk on the cheek, she wrote: "Happy birthday to my dearest Father in Law, Kirk. 99 years young today. I love you with all my heart." The stunning actress also shared a sneak peek inside Kirk's birthday bash as she described him as being "as handsome and charming as ever!" The photo shows Catherine and Michael sat beside the guest of honour as the three of them blow out his birthday candle. She captioned it: "A wonderful evening celebrating 99 years! Kirk is as handsome and charming as ever!" alongside a birthday cake emoji. According to reports, the party was held at Kirk's home in Beverly Hills, which he shares with his wife Anne. Kirk apparently ignored the usual traditions of gift giving, with he himself giving a huge donation of $15 million to the Motion Picture & Television Fund in Woodland Hills, which is said to be used to build a two-story Alzheimer's facility to be named the Kirk Douglas Care Pavilion.