He’s known for his roles in iconic 80s show Miami Vice and 1990s cop series Nash Bridges.
And Don Johnson, 69, looked every inch the Hollywood star as he hit the red carpet on Tuesday for his next detective movie, Knives Out.
Joining the actor at the premiere in London’s Leicester Square was his glamorous wife of 20 years Kelley Phleger, 50.
Couple: Don Johnson, 69, and his wife Kelley Phleger, 50, stunned on the red carpet for his upcoming film Knives Out in London on Tuesday night
The pair oozed sophistication in their best outfits, with Don opting for a suave black suit and matching black shirt.
The actor, who played James ‘Sonny’ Crockett in TV series Miami Vice, swept his hair back off his face and completed his smart look with shiny black shoes.
Kelley looked equally impressive in a floral patterned maxi dress, which featured a scarf tie around the neck.
Suave: Don looked stylish in a black suit with a matching shirt, which he left open at the collar
Perfect pair: Don and Kelley looked brilliant together on the red carpet in London’s Leicestre Square with her bold dress standing out against his black suit
The beauty wore her brunette locks down but clipped the front sides back with a pretty pink clip.
She accesorised her outfit with pearl earrings, two dainty bracelets and a black-strap wrist watch.
Don is set to star as character Richard Drysdale in detective movie Knives Out, alongside Daniel Craig and Jamie Lee Curtis.
Happy: The Miami Vice star was glowing as he smiled for the cameras before the premiere
Together: The happy couple wrapped their arms around each other, right, and Don guided his wife along the red carpet, left, on Tuesday night
Sharp: Don buttoned his suit jacket and pushed his hair back off his face on Tuesday night
Speaking on This Morning on Tuesday he said: ‘It was amazing, we have a thing in America where there are professional theatres called summer stock, we all used to do summer stock.
‘Summer stock is in a tiny theatre, tiny green room, where you are stuck together, you hear all these stories.
‘The same thing happened on the movie set, we all have these massive trailers, which house a family of six.’
Funny man: Kelley couldn’t help but laugh at her husband said as they posed for pictures
Smitten: Don rested his hand on Kelley’s waist and looked happy to be back on a red carpet
He continued: ‘You go in , get dressed, do makeup and go to set. After rehearsals we would find ourselves in this basement room sitting around between shots and telling stories.
‘You can imagine, Christopher, Daniel and I – we’ve got a couple, it was exciting. I can’t tell any of them. I probably could but can’t remember the whole thing.’
The TV and movie star wed stunner Kelley Phleger in San Francisco in 1999. They have three children together: Grace, 19, Jasper, 17, and Deacon, 13.
Don also has daughter and Fifty Shades Of Grey actress Dakota Johnson, 30, from his relationship with Melanie Griffith and son Jesse Johnson, 36, whose mother is Patti D’Arbanville.
Work it: Don looked like he was in his element as he walked in front of dozens of cameras
Poser: The 69-year-old s plays character Richard Drysdale in detective movie Knives Out
Don, who used to party hard, changed when he met Kelley, a Montessori schoolteacher.
In 2017 he told DailyMail.com: ‘People don’t develop to the place where they can have long-lasting, mature relationships till they’re in their 30s, and for some of us,’ he adds, gesturing to himself, ‘it takes even longer than that.’
He said he stopped doing drugs with the help of Buddhism and New Age self help. He also let go of fear.
What a career: Don made a name for himself as James ‘Sonny’ Crockett in the hit 1980s series Miami Vice and went on to play the lead role in the 1990s cop series Nash Bridges
Team: Don is pictured with actress Katherine Langford, filmmaker Rian Johnson and actress Ana de Armas at the London premiere of Knives Out on Tuesday
‘When I was a young man in Hollywood, drugs, alcohol and partying were everywhere and it was hard to escape. It doesn’t become a problem immediately, it takes time, and it led to some poor choices.’
By the late Noughties, Johnson changed, selling off his 20 cars and his ranch in Colorado (‘the things that once defined Don Johnson’).
A few years later, he won a $19 million settlement for a share of the profits from Nash Bridges, which he had conceived with the writer Hunter S Thompson.
Happy: Don and Kelley married in San Francisco in 1999. They have three children, Grace, 19, Jasper, 17, and Deacon, 13