At 100 years old, Kirk Douglas knows how to party.
The iconic Hollywood actor, who appeared in movies such as Spartacus, celebrated his birthday milestone Friday at a bash in the Sunset Room of the Beverly Hills Hotel with his family and friends.
Guests included his wife Anne Douglas, 97, son Michael Douglas, 72, his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, 47, and their children, Dylan, 16, and Carys, 13, Kirk's Rabbi, plus Jeffrey Katzenberg, 65, Steven Spielberg, 69, and insult comedian Don Rickles, 90. He had Kirk had worked together several times.
The theme from Rocky was played as Kirk entered the party, reports said. The room was decorated with portraits of Kirk throughout the years and a giant magenta "100"-shaped flower display.
The actor received a three-tier Roman-style cake decorated with golden accents and a golden bust of his face as a topper. He also received a double kiss from Michael and Zeta-Jones! Michael also gave a speech.
Kirk was also presented with a large martini glass of vodka--an inside joke; His doctor had reportedly told him that he would get to have a glass of vodka if he lived to be 100.
The actress had earlier on Friday shared on her Instagram page a sweet birthday video for Kirk, showing a montage of photos and clips of him with his family throughout the years.
"Happy birthday Kirk," the video read. "100 years old today. Love you Pappy."