Knowledge Identifier: +Kevin_Costner
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1955.
Countries: United States (76%), Canada (5%), (5%)
Linked to: Cabrillo Middle School, California State University, Fullerton, Democratic Party, Mount Whitney High School
Chuck Bush - "'Charles R. Bush III "' is a filmmaker primarily known for co-starring with Kevin Costner in the 1985 film "Fandango
I Will Always Love You - However, when it was discovered the song was to be used for "Fried Green Tomatoes", Houston requested a different song, and her co-star Kevin Costner brought her Dolly Parton's recording, the song's producer brought her Linda Ronstadt's 1975 version of "I Will Always Love You" from her album "Prisoner in Disguise"
He went on to earn a B.A. in marketing and finance from California State University, Fullerton, in 1978
Costner made a very brief cameo in the 1982 Ron Howard film "Night Shift", he is listed in the credits as 'Frat Boy No. 1' and appears at the climax of a frat-style, blow-out party in the New York City morgue, when the music is suddenly stopped by a frantic Henry Winkler, Costner can be seen holding a beer and looking surprised at the sudden halt of celebration
He appeared in a commercial for the Apple Lisa and "Table for Five" in 1983, and, the same year, had a small role in the nuclear holocaust film "Testament"
Steve Tesich - At a special screening of the 1985 cycling movie "American Flyers" starring Kevin Costner and Rae Dawn Chong in 1985, Tesich told the audience: Many of you are better cyclists than I ever was, but I love this sport as much as anyone
Suzy Amis - She made her feature film debut in the 1985 comedy film "Fandango", opposite Kevin Costner
Suzy Amis Cameron - She made her feature film debut in the 1985 comedy film "Fandango", opposite Kevin Costner
Dances with Wolves - It was Kevin Costner who, in early 1986 , encouraged Blake to turn the screenplay into a novel, to improve its chances of being adapted into a film
Mary McDonnell - After more than 21 years of theater and television work, McDonnell made her film breakthrough in 1990 as Stands With A Fist, the daughter of American settlers raised by Sioux Indians, in Kevin Costner's "Dances with Wolves"
Mare Winningham - In the early 1990s, she returned to film for 1994's all-star "Wyatt Earp" and the family drama "The War", both starring Kevin Costner
Dances with Wolves - "'Dances with Wolves"' is a 1990 American epic western film directed, produced by, and starring Kevin Costner
Orion Pictures - The studio was in dire financial straits when it got a big break in December 1990 with the release of Kevin Costner's Western epic "Dances with Wolves"
Peter Buffett - After the release of "Yonnondio", he signed with Epic Records, which in 1994 released his soundtrack for the CBS miniseries "500 Nations", which was produced by Kevin Costner, who co-produced "Dances with Wolves"
Lucas Black - Without any formal training as an actor, Lucas's film debut was in the 1994 Kevin Costner film, "The War"
Tom Petty - Petty appeared in the 1997 movie "The Postman", directed by and starring Kevin Costner, as The Bridge City Mayor
Olivia Williams - Williams made her film debut in 1997's "The Postman", after doing a screen test for Kevin Costner
Dave Eiland - During his time with the Devil Rays, Dave Eiland acted as a body double for Kevin Costner, who played a starting pitcher, in the 1999 film "For Love of the Game"
Scott Pose - Pose portrayed the fictional baseball player "Matt Crane" in the 1999 film "For Love of the Game" starring Kevin Costner
His career revived somewhat in 2000 with "Thirteen Days", in which he portrayed a top adviser to John F. Kennedy
Abraham Benrubi - Other previous work includes playing Mose in the 2003 western "Open Range", a role the actor won because he had been cut out of director Kevin Costner's previous film, "The Postman"
Mike Binder - Santa Barbara International Film Festival - The first, "The Upside of Anger", starring Joan Allen and Kevin Costner, premiered at the January 2005 Sundance Film Festival; thirteen months later, "Man About Town" with Ben Affleck, was first seen at the February 2006 Santa Barbara International Film Festival and, after another thirteen months, "Reign Over Me" with Adam Sandler, was released in March 2007
Dances with Wolves - As of 2007, Blake was writing a film adaptation, although Kevin Costner was not yet attached to the project
Derk Cheetwood - Derk is married to Cari Costner, Kevin Costner's niece, and the two share a daughter Kylie Danielle, born January 30, 2008
Pete LaCock - Since then, he's journeyed as a hitting coach with the Tucson Toros of the Golden Baseball League in 2009, the North American League Schaumburg Flyers in 2010, and the Kevin Costner owned Lake County Fielders in 2011
Costner will be playing the role of Superman's adoptive father, Jonathan Kent, in the 2013 film, "Man of Steel"
In 2015, Costner played coach Jim White in the drama film "McFarland, USA", about cross country running
Ian Bohen - On August 14, 2017, Bohen was cast in a recurring role in an upcoming Paramount Network's straight-to-series period drama "Yellowstone", where the show will star Kevin Costner
Josh Lucas - In 2018, Lucas was cast in a recurring role in Yellowstone, as a younger version of John Dutton, portrayed by Kevin Costner