DIANA DOUGLAS (Evelyn Gromberg) was born in Bermuda, where her father was attorney general and her grandfather was governor. She graduated from The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, where she met and married her first husband, Kirk Douglas. Together they had two children, Michael and Joel. Among her film credits are House of Strangers, Star Chamber, Monsoon, and Indian Fighter with Kirk Douglas. Ms. Douglas starred on Broadway in "The Highest Tree" and was featured in several plays, including "Cactus Flower" and Edward Albee’s "Everything in the Garden." On television she appeared in numerous TV series, including Paper Chase, Roots: The Next Generation, Dynasty, The Waltons, and Lou Grant. She also starred in two of television’s most popular soap operas: Days of Our Lives and Love is a Many Splendored Thing.