Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson

actress, producer, director

Kate Hudson was born on Apr 19, 1979 in USA. Kate Hudson's big-screen debut came with 200 Cigarettes directed by Risa Bramon Garcia in 1999. Kate Hudson is known for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery directed by Rian Johnson, Daniel Craig stars as Benoit Blanc and Edward Norton as Miles Bron. Kate Hudson has got 18 awards and 38 nominations so far. The most recent award Kate Hudson achieved is Razzie Awards. The upcoming new movie Kate Hudson plays is A Little White Lie which will be released on Mar 03, 2023.

Almost everyone who has spent time with Kate Hudson -including directors, family members, co-stars and interviewers - is quick to comment on her ability to light up a room. Through some combination of a winning smile, solid work ethic, and good old-fashioned talent, the young actress has gone from indie beginner to Vanity Fair cover girl in just three years. What's more, she's done it all without capitalizing on the success of legendary actress mom, Goldie Hawn.Kate Hudson was born in Los Angeles, California, to Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, a comedian, actor and singer. She was raised by her mother and her mother's longtime boyfriend, actor Kurt Russell, whom she considers to be her father. Kate is the sister of actor Oliver Hudson, the half-sister of actor and hockey player Wyatt Russell, and the granddaughter of band musician Rut Hawn. She is the niece of entertainment publicist Patti Hawn, record producer Mark Hudson and musician Brett Hudson. Kate is of Hungarian Jewish (from her maternal grandmother), Italian (from her paternal grandmother), English, and German ancestry.By all accounts, Hudson was a born performer - as a child she danced and sang at every opportunity. Her family hoped that she would attend New York University after graduating from high school, but she opted to get her feet wet in the professional acting world first. She made her big-screen debut as an ambitious young starlet stranded in a tiny California town in Desert Blue (1998). Her next two films, while critically panned, made it into wider release: 200 Cigarettes (1999) (in which she played an earnest but accident-prone ditz) and Fausses rumeurs (2000) (which cast her as a rich, virginal college student). Perhaps Hudson's biggest break was landing the role of rock groupie (or "Band Aide") Penny Lane in Presque célèbre (2000). The part was originally intended for Sarah Polley; when Polley backed out to pursue another project, director Cameron Crowe considered scrapping the film altogether. Hudson, who had been cast in a smaller role (as William's stewardess sister), begged for a chance to read for Penny. Crowe was impressed, Hudson got the part, and the show went on. As much as Tinseltown gossipmongers would like to put them at odds, mother and daughter agree that Hawn is one of Hudson's biggest supporters.

  • Birthday

    Apr 19, 1979
  • Place of Birth

    Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Also known

    Κέιτ Γκάρι Χάντσον, Κέιτ Χάντσον, Kate, Kate Garry Hudson

Known For


18 wins & 38 nominations

Razzie Awards
Worst Actress
Winner - Razzie Award
People's Choice Awards, USA
Favorite Leading Lady
Winner - People's Choice Award
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Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows