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Kevin Costner

Knowledge Identifier: +Kevin_Costner


Kevin Costner

American actor, singer, musician, producer, director, and businessman add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1955.

Countries: United States (76%), Canada (5%), (5%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Tommy Lee Jones, Dances with Wolves, Ben Affleck

Linked to: Cabrillo Middle School, California State University, Fullerton, Democratic Party, Mount Whitney High School




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Kevin Costner was born in 1955 add something


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 add something


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 add something


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" add something


That became 1985's "Silverado" and a breakout role for Costner add something


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


David Marshall Grant - In 1985, he co-starred with Kevin Costner in John Badham's cyling theme film "American Flyers"


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


Full-blown movie star status for Costner arrived in 1987, when he starred as federal agent Eliot Ness in "The Untouchables" and in the leading role of the thriller "No Way Out" add something


Sean Young - One of her most prominent roles was as the lover of a ruthless Washington politician in 1987's "No Way Out," alongside Kevin Costner


Frank Whaley - Whaley made his film debut in 1987's "Ironweed", and performed mostly in made-for-TV movies until 1989, when he appeared in "Field of Dreams" alongside Burt Lancaster and Kevin Costner, and "Born on the Fourth of July" alongside Tom Cruise


Butch Davis (baseball) - Davis made a brief cameo appearance in the 1988 film Bull Durham, starring Kevin Costner, Tim_Robbins and Susan Sarandon


Moonlight Graham - His story was popularized by "Shoeless Joe", a novel by W. P. Kinsella, and the subsequent 1989 film "Field of Dreams", starring Kevin Costner, and featuring Burt Lancaster and Frank Whaley as older and younger incarnations of Graham


Gaby Hoffmann - In 1989, she starred in her first movie, "Field of Dreams", with Kevin Costner


Madeleine Stowe - She co-starred with Mark Harmon in the comedy "Worth Winning", with Kevin Costner in the 1989 thriller "Revenge", and opposite Jack Nicholson in 1990 in "The Two Jakes"


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"


Jon Avnet - Avnet directed his first movie, "Fried Green Tomatoes", in 1991, followed by "The War" in 1994, with Elijah Wood in the lead and Kevin Costner in a supporting role as his father


Michael Wincott - In 1991, director Kevin Reynolds cast Wincott alongside Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman in "Robin Hood Prince of Thieves", where he portrayed Guy of Gisborne, the devious cousin of the Sheriff of Nottingham played by Alan Rickman


Since 1992, Costner has financially supported a variety of Democratic Party politicians, including Al Gore and Tom Daschle, but made contributions to the Republican Party's Phil Gramm as late as 1995 add something


Lawrence Kasdan - The script became stuck in "development hell" and became one of several scripts successively called "the best un-made film in Hollywood"; it was eventually produced as a 1992 film starring Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner


Diana Ross - Years later, Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner assumed the roles of Ross and O'Neal in the 1992 film.


T.J. Lowther - In 1993, he appeared in his most famous role, as Philip Perry in Clint Eastwood's film "A Perfect World", alongside Kevin Costner, for which he received significant praise


Jeanne Tripplehorn - In next year, she starred as Abby McDeere opposite Tom Cruise in "The Firm", and in 1995 had another female lead role alongside Kevin Costner in "Waterworld"


A Perfect World - "'A Perfect World"' is a 1993 drama film directed by Clint Eastwood, and starring Kevin Costner as an escaped convict who befriends a young boy , and ends up embarking on a road trip with the child


The couple divorced in 1994 after 16 years of marriage add something


The screenplay is by Dan Gordon, who co-wrote another sheriff movie for Costner, 1994's "Wyatt Earp" add something


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"


Ian Bohen - He followed this with a turn as "Young Earp" to Kevin Costner's "Wyatt," in Lawrence Kasdan's 1994 Oscar nominated film, "Wyatt Earp"


Linden Ashby - The previous year, he appeared alongside Kevin Costner in the 1994 epic "Wyatt Earp"


Lucas Black - Without any formal training as an actor, Lucas's film debut was in the 1994 Kevin Costner film, "The War"


In 1995, Costner began developing oil separation machines based on a patent he purchased from the US government add something


The Thin Red Line (1998 film) - At Medavoy's home in 1995, Malick staged a reading with Martin Sheen delivering the screen directions, and Kevin Costner, Will Patton, Peter Berg, Lukas Haas and Dermot Mulroney playing the main roles


In 1996, he cohabited with supermodel Elle Macpherson add something


Peter Jacobsen - Jacobsen appeared as himself alongside Kevin Costner in the 1996 movie Tin Cup, where he was the winner of the fictional U.S._Open (U.S._Open_(golf))


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"


Rich Garcia - Garcia played the first base umpire in the 1999 movie "For Love of the Game", starring Kevin Costner and Kelly Preston


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 add something


Stated on "Inside the Actors Studio", 2001 he has English and Irish ancestry, and has said that one of his ancestors had "married a Cherokee woman" add something


Ian Tracey - Tracey's recent feature film credits include "Prozac Nation", "Owning Mahowny", with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kevin Costner's western "Open Range" and Christopher Nolan's 2001 thriller "Insomnia"


The western "Open Range", which he directed and starred in, received critical acclaim in 2003, and was a surprise success commercially add something


Annette Bening - Bening starred in the 2003 western Open Range as Kevin Costner's love interest.


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"


In July 2004, Costner fired Francis and Carla Caneva, who managed the Midnight Star add something


Evan Rachel Wood - In 2005, Wood appeared in the Mike Binder-directed "The Upside of Anger", opposite Kevin Costner and Joan Allen, a well-reviewed film in which Wood played Lavender "Popeye" Wolfmeyer, one of four sisters dealing with their father's absence


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


Costner was honored on September 6, 2006 when his hand and foot prints were set in concrete in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre alongside those of other celebrated actors and entertainers add something


Bryan Adams - In 2006, Adams wrote and performed the theme song "Never Let Go" which was featured in the closing credits of the film "The Guardian" starring Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher


Costner founded the band Modern West, and has performed with the band since 2007 add something


Costner was named ceremonial Grand Marshal of the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series' Auto Club 500 which took place on February 25, 2007, at the California Speedway add something


Their first child, Cayden Wyatt Costner, was born on May 6, 2007 at a Los Angeles hospital add something


They began a worldwide tour in October 2007, which included shows in Istanbul and Rome add something


Dances with Wolves - As of 2007, Blake was writing a film adaptation, although Kevin Costner was not yet attached to the project


He said publicly in 2008 that he has no ambition to run for political office, adding "I've lived quite a colorful life add something


In 2008, Costner starred in "Swing Vote" add something


In 2008, he worked with the NASCAR Media Group and CMT Films to help produce the NASCAR Documentary, "The Ride of Their Lives" which would be released in 2009 add something


The band released a country album, "Untold Truths", on November 11, 2008 on Universal South Records add something


Mark Moses - He has a brief appearance in the 2008 film "Swing Vote", starring Kevin Costner


Derk Cheetwood - Derk is married to Cari Costner, Kevin Costner's niece, and the two share a daughter Kylie Danielle, born January 30, 2008


Also in 2009, he was named the spokesperson for NASCAR Day which took place on May 15 add something


February 13, 2009 and their third child, a daughter named Grace Avery, was born on June 2, 2010 add something


In 2009, they went on tour with opening act The Alternate Routes add something


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


The Company Men - By March 2009, actors Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones joined the cast


In 2010, he appeared in "The Company Men" alongside Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones and Chris Cooper add something


The machines developed by the company were of little commercial interest until the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, when BP took six of the machines from a company in which Costner owned an interest, Ocean Therapy Solutions, for testing in late May 2010 add something


On June 16, 2010 BP entered into a lease with Ocean Therapy Solutions for 32 of the oil-water separation devices add something


Cady Huffman - She appeared in the 2010 film "The Company Men" alongside Ben Affleck, Kevin Costner, Tommy_Lee_Jones, and Chris Cooper


Costner announced that he would be returning to the director's chair for the first time in seven years in 2011 with "A Little War of Our Own" add something


In spring 2011, he recorded two radio spots for the museum that were aired on Kansas City Royals Radio Network add something


It was released in cinemas worldwide in January 2011 add something


The role earned Costner a 2012 Emmy award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie add something


In January 2012 Costner had to admit funding did not come through, and that he still hopes to make it in 2013 add something


Costner appeared in the three-part miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys", which premiered on May 28, 2012 on the History Channel add something


In June 2012, a federal jury in Louisiana deliberated for less than 2 hours before completely rejecting Baldwin's and Contogouris' claims in the multi-million dollar oil clean-up case, and the court ordered Baldwin and Contogouris to reimburse Costner and the other defendants in the case for their costs add something


In July 2012, the band performed in Halifax, Nova Scotia at the 20th annual Telus World Skins Game in support of the IWK Health Centre Foundation, donating a guitar personally autographed by Costner add something


3 Days to Kill - On August 7, 2012 Deadline reported that Kevin Costner had been offered the role of Ethan Renner, a government assassin in the McG-directed film


Costner will be playing the role of Superman's adoptive father, Jonathan Kent, in the 2013 film, "Man of Steel" add something


Jennifer Garner - Summit - On April 24, 2013 Garner started filming Summit and OddLot Entertainment's dramedy "Draft Day" in New York and Cleveland, Ohio, which stars Kevin Costner


His next film is the comedy-drama "Draft Day", scheduled for April 2014 add something


In October 2014 Costner sent a tribute to British troops serving around the world thanking them for their work add something


Tom Welling - In 2014, Welling co-starred with Kevin Costner, Jennifer Garner, Frank Langella and Denis Leary in Ivan Reitman's sports drama "Draft Day"


Ivan Reitman - Reitman directed the 2014 sports drama "Draft Day", starring Kevin Costner


Jennifer Garner - The film stars Kevin Costner, was directed and produced by Ivan Reitman, and was released in 2014


In 2015, Costner played coach Jim White in the drama film "McFarland, USA", about cross country running add something


Gary Oldman - Also in 2015, Oldman will play the head of the CIA in "Criminal" directed by Ariel Vromen alongside Kevin Costner, Tommy_Lee_Jones, Ryan Reynolds, Alice Eve, and Gal Gadot


Douglas Urbanski - Also released in late 2015, Urbanski was Executive Producer of the film Criminal , which is directed by Ariel Vromen and stars Kevin Costner, Gary_Oldman, and Tommy Lee Jones


Niki Caro - "McFarland, USA" starring Kevin Costner and directed by Caro was released in February of 2015


Niki Caro - "McFarland, USA" starring Kevin Costner and directed by Caro was released in February 2015


Morgan Saylor - Saylor plays Kevin Costner's character's daughter Julie in the upcoming sports drama "McFarland, USA", which is currently set to be released on February 20, 2015


In 2016, he played the fictional character of Al Harrison, NASA Space Task Group supervisor, in Hidden Figures add something


Gary Oldman - In 2016, Oldman played a CIA chief in "Criminal", directed by Ariel Vromen, and starring Kevin Costner, Tommy_Lee_Jones, Ryan Reynolds, Alice Eve, and Gal Gadot


Neither film has been made as at February 2017 add something


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


In 2018, he will appear in the television series "Yellowstone", marking the first regular TV series role of his career add something


Josh Lucas - In 2018, Lucas was cast in a recurring role in Yellowstone, as a younger version of John Dutton, portrayed by Kevin Costner