Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 2.1 Acting 2.2 Country music 3 Other ventures 3.1 Baseball 3.2 Business interests 3.3 Philanthropy 3.4 NASCAR 4 Personal life 5 Political activism 6 Awards and nominations 6.1 Competitive 6.2 Honorary/Lifetime Achievement 7 References 8 External links


Early life[edit] Costner was born January 18, 1955, in Lynwood, California, and grew up in Compton, California. He is the youngest of three boys, the middle of whom died at birth. His mother, Sharon Rae (née Tedrick), was a welfare worker, and his father, William Costner, was an electrician and later utilities executive at Southern California Edison.[1][2] His father's heritage originates with German immigrants to North Carolina in the 1700s,[3] and Costner also has English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh ancestry.[4][5] Costner was raised Baptist.[6][7] He was not academically inclined. He instead enjoyed sports, took piano lessons, wrote poetry, and sang in the First Baptist Choir.[1][8] He has stated that a viewing of the 1962 film How the West Was Won at the age of seven had "formed" his childhood.[3] Spending his teenage years in various parts of California as his father's career progressed,[3] Costner has described this as a period when he "lost a lot of confidence", having to make new friends often.[3] Costner lived in Ventura, then in Visalia; he attended Mt. Whitney High School and then moved to Orange County, where he graduated from Villa Park High School in 1973. He went on to earn a BA in marketing and finance from California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) in 1978.[3] While at CSUF, Kevin became a brother in the Delta Chi Fraternity.[1] Costner became interested in acting while in his last year of college,[3] and on graduation married Cindy Silva, who worked at Disneyland as Cinderella. The couple honeymooned in Puerto Vallarta; on the return plane journey, they had a chance encounter with actor and fellow passenger Richard Burton, who had purchased all the seats around him for solitude. Burton agreed to speak to Costner after he finished reading his book. Costner, who had been taking acting classes but had not told his wife about his desire to be an actor, watched Burton closely and approached when Burton gestured. Costner told Burton that he would prefer to avoid the drama that followed Burton and asked if he would have to tolerate that if he became an actor. Burton replied, "You have green eyes. I have green eyes. I think you'll be fine." After landing, Burton's limousine pulled up to the curb where Costner and Cindy were waiting for a taxi. Burton wished Costner luck, and the two would never meet again. Still, Costner credits Burton with partially contributing to his career.[1][9] Having agreed to undertake a job as a marketing executive, Costner began taking acting lessons five nights a week, with the support of his wife.[3] His marketing job lasted 30 days. He took work which allowed him to develop his acting skills via tuition, including working on fishing boats, as a truck driver, and giving tours of stars' Hollywood homes to support the couple while he also attended auditions.[1]


Career[edit] Acting[edit] Further information: Kevin Costner filmography Costner made his film debut in the film Sizzle Beach, U.S.A. (known originally as Hot Malibu Summer) Although it was actually filmed in the winter of 1978–79, the film was not released until 1981 and re-released in 1986. The release complications and lack of documentation lead many to believe that Kevin's debut was in "The Touch", in 1983 with Eve Lilith and Andra Millian, also known as Stacy's Knights. Costner made a very brief appearance in the Ron Howard film Night Shift (1982). 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. Costner at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival Costner 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. Later, he was cast in The Big Chill and filmed several scenes that were planned as flashbacks, but they were removed from the final cut.[3] His role was that of Alex, the friend who committed suicide, the event that brings the rest of the cast together. Costner was a friend of director Lawrence Kasdan, who promised the actor a role in a future project.[3] That became Silverado (1985) and a breakout role for Costner.[3] He also starred that year in the smaller films Fandango and American Flyers and appeared alongside Kiefer Sutherland in an hour-long special episode of Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories. 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.[3] He solidified his A-list status in the baseball-themed films Bull Durham (1988) and Field of Dreams (1989).[3] Costner's next success came with the epic Dances with Wolves (1990).[3] He directed and starred in the film and served as one of its producers under his banner, Tig Productions.[3][10] This film was nominated for 12 Academy Awards and won seven, including two for him personally (Best Picture and Best Director).[3] The same year saw the release of Revenge, in which he starred along with Anthony Quinn and Madeleine Stowe, directed by Tony Scott (Costner had wanted to direct it himself). Costner followed this with Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991); the Oliver Stone-directed JFK (1991); The Bodyguard (1992); and Clint Eastwood's A Perfect World (1993); all of which provided box office or critical acclaim.[3] He then took the title role in the biopic Wyatt Earp (1994), directed by Kasdan. The War, also made in 1994, seemed to gain little attention. The science fiction-post-apocalyptic epics Waterworld (1995) and The Postman (1997), the latter of which Costner also directed, were both commercial disappointments and both largely regarded by critics as artistic failures.[3] However, results for The Postman were worse than Waterworld and it ended up "winning" five Golden Raspberry Awards, including Worst Picture, Worst Actor and Worst Director for Costner.[11] Costner then starred in the golf comedy Tin Cup (1996) for Ron Shelton, who had previously directed him in Bull Durham.[3] He developed the film Air Force One and was set to play the lead role of the President, but ultimately decided to concentrate on finishing The Postman instead. He personally offered the project to Harrison Ford. In 1999, he starred in Message in a Bottle with Robin Wright, based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks. Costner visiting Andrews Air Force Base in July 2003 His career revived somewhat in 2000 with Thirteen Days, in which he portrayed Kenneth O'Donnell, a top adviser to John F. Kennedy. The western Open Range, which he directed and starred in, received critical acclaim in 2003, and was a surprise success commercially. He received some of his best reviews for his supporting role as retired professional baseball player Denny Davies in The Upside of Anger, for which he received a nomination from the Broadcast Film Critics Association and won the San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor. After that, Costner starred in The Guardian and in Mr. Brooks, in which he portrayed a serial killer. In 2008, Costner starred in Swing Vote and also produced the film through his Treehouse Films banner.[12] 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. In 2010, he appeared in The Company Men alongside Ben Affleck, Tommy Lee Jones and Chris Cooper. It debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, and received good reviews. It was released in cinemas worldwide in January 2011. The film was considered to be an Oscar contender, but did not get a nomination. 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. He was also about to team up again with director Kevin Reynolds in Learning Italian. Neither film has been made as of February 2017. He also appears, as a special cameo, in Funny or Die's "Field of Dreams 2: Lockout". Costner portrayed Jonathan Kent in the rebooted Superman film, Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder.[13] Costner was going to have a role in Quentin Tarantino's Django Unchained,[14] but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. Costner starred in the three-part miniseries Hatfields and McCoys, which premiered on May 28, 2012, on the History Channel. It immediately broke a record by pulling 13.9 million viewers. The miniseries tells the true American story of a legendary family feud – one that spanned decades and nearly launched a war between Kentucky and West Virginia. The role earned Costner the 2012 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie, [15] the 2013 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie,[16] and the 2013 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television.[17] In 2014, Costner appeared in the spy movie Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, as Thomas Harper, a mentor for the series' title character. The same year, he starred in the thriller 3 Days to Kill and the drama Draft Day and produced and starred in Black or White.[18] Black or White premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival and opened in the United States in 2015. In 2015, Costner played coach Jim White in the drama film McFarland, USA, about cross-country running. In 2016, he played the fictional character Al Harrison, a NASA Space Task Group supervisor, in Hidden Figures, and in 2017, he starred with Jessica Chastain in Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut film Molly's Game. In 2018, he will appear in the television series Yellowstone, marking the first regular TV series role of his career.[19] Country music[edit] Main article: Kevin Costner & Modern West Costner on stage in July 2010 Costner is the singer in Kevin Costner & Modern West, a country rock band which he founded with the encouragement of his wife Christine. In October 2007, they began a worldwide tour which included shows in Istanbul and Rome. The group also performed at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races at Daytona International Speedway and Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC. The band released a country album, Untold Truths, on November 11, 2008, on Universal South Records. The album peaked at No. 61 on the Billboard Top Country Albums and No. 35 on the Top Heatseekers chart. Three singles ("Superman 14", "Long Hot Night" and "Backyard") have been released to radio, although none have charted. The single "Superman 14" has been made into a live music video. In 2009, they went on tour with opening act The Alternate Routes. In August, at the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, Alberta, Costner and the band were scheduled next on stage when a severe thunderstorm struck, collapsing the stage and stands on the main stage. One person was reported dead and forty injured.[20] Later, an auction was held to raise money for the two young sons of the woman killed. A dinner with Costner was auctioned off for $41,000. Two guitars, one autographed by Costner, helped raise another $10,000 each.[21] A second Kevin Costner and Modern West album, Turn It On, was released in February 2010 in Europe[22] and was supported by a European tour.[23] 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.[24]


Other ventures[edit] Baseball[edit] Several of Costner's films have included a baseball theme: Chasing Dreams, Bull Durham, Field of Dreams, For Love of the Game, and The Upside of Anger, in three of which his character is a pro baseball player and one a former pro baseball player. Costner has a home in Austin, Texas, and sometimes appears at Texas Longhorns baseball practices and games. He is a close friend of former Longhorns baseball coach Augie Garrido from Garrido's days coaching at Cal State Fullerton, Costner's alma mater. He cast Garrido to play the role of the Yankee manager in For Love of the Game. He tries to attend every College World Series game that CSUF Titans plays in Omaha, Nebraska. Costner walked-on for a try-out, but did not make the team early in his time at the university. Costner was a partial owner of the Zion, Illinois-based Lake County Fielders independent baseball team in the North American League. The Fielders name was an homage to Field of Dreams, with the logo showing a ballplayer standing amid a field of corn.[25][26] Business interests[edit] Costner's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame In 1995, Costner began developing oil separation machines based on a patent he purchased from the US government. 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.[27] On June 16, 2010, BP entered into a lease with Ocean Therapy Solutions for 32 of the oil-water separation devices.[28] Although Spyron Contoguris and Stephen Baldwin previously sold their interests in Ocean Therapy Solutions in mid-June to another investor in the company, they filed a lawsuit in Louisiana District Court claiming $10.64 million for securities fraud and misrepresentation. The suit claimed that Costner kept a meeting with BP secret from them, and the secret meeting resulted in an $18-million down payment on a $52 million purchase, and that after the down payment, but before any announcement, another investor used part of the downpayment to buy out their shares, thus excluding them from their share of the profits from the total sale.[29] The suit claimed that, despite public statements by Costner, Ocean Therapy Solutions, BP and others to the contrary, Baldwin and Contogouris were told that BP was still testing the machines and had not yet committed to lease the machines from Ocean Therapy Solutions and that the other investor in Ocean Therapy Solutions purchased their shares for $1.4 million to Baldwin and $500,000, to Contogouris.[30][full citation needed] On June 6, 2004, Costner opened Tatanka: The Story of the Bison one mile south of Deadwood, South Dakota, on U.S. Route 85, for what he hoped would be an educational and emotional place for people to learn about America's westward expansion. Promoters stated in a news release that the $5-million attraction had a new, 3,800-square-foot interactive center featuring exhibit, retail, and food and beverage areas, as well as offices and a small orientation theater. The visitor center features graphics, photographs, and text describing how bison came to North America and how Native American tribes used the animals for food, clothing, shelter, and other needs. Other displays show how the American westward expansion threatened the buffalo populations and how the bison herds have since recovered under managed care. The centerpiece is a bronze sculpture depicting a buffalo jump commonly used by Plains Indians to kill and process large numbers of animals on which they depended for survival. Hill City artist Peggy Detmers created 14 bronze bison in the act of running from their pursuers and three bronze Lakota riders on horseback. Three of the massive bison are posed in midair, cascading over the face of a cliff. Costner commissioned the work in 1994 from Detmers. The five-fourths-scale bronzes, each weighing between 2,500 and 8,000 pounds, were cast at Eagle Bronze Foundry in Lander, Wyoming. Another aspect is an 1845 Lakota encampment. The encampment will feature living Lakota interpreters of history, dressed in period attire and settled among their tipis.[31][full citation needed] In July 2004, Costner fired Francis and Carla Caneva, who managed the Midnight Star casino in Deadwood. A judge subsequently ordered Costner to pay a percentage of $6.1 million to buy out the Canevas as his business partners. In October 2006, Costner asked the South Dakota Supreme Court to re-examine the ruling, as an accountant hired by the actor had determined the market value of the casino to be $3.1 million.[32] In June 2012, a federal jury in Louisiana deliberated for less than 2 hours before completely rejecting Baldwin's and Contogouris' claims in the multimillion-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. Philanthropy[edit] Costner serves on an honorary board for the National World War I Museum in Kansas City, Missouri. In spring 2011, he recorded two radio spots for the museum that were aired on Kansas City Royals Radio Network.[33] NASCAR[edit] Costner was named ceremonial Grand Marshal of the NASCAR Cup Series' Auto Club 500 which took place on February 25, 2007, at the California Speedway.[34] 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[needs update]. Costner would be the narrator for that documentary. Also in 2009, he was named the spokesman for NASCAR Day which took place on 15 May. The next day, 16 May, he and his country music band would perform in the infield of Charlotte Motor Speedway as well as participate as a judge in the 2nd annual Victory Challenge before the 25th Running of the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race.


Personal life[edit] Costner in 2013 with Christine Baumgartner While in college, Costner started dating fellow student Cindy Silva in March 1975, and in their subsequent marriage three years later they had three children: Anne "Annie" Clayton (born April 15, 1984), Lily McCall (born August 4, 1986), and Joseph "Joe" Tedrick (born January 31, 1988). The couple divorced in 1994 after 16 years of marriage. He has a son, Liam Timothy Costner (born November 15, 1996), with Bridget Rooney, with whom he had a brief relationship following his divorce,[35] and then dated Birgit Cunningham.[36] In 1996, he lived with supermodel Elle Macpherson.[37] On September 25, 2004, Costner married his girlfriend of four years, model and handbag designer Christine Baumgartner,[38] at his ranch in Aspen, Colorado. Their first child, Cayden, was born on 6 May 2007 in Los Angeles.[39] Their second son, Hayes, was born on 12 February 2009.[40] Their third child, a daughter named Grace, was born on 2 June 2010.[41]


Political activism[edit] Early in his life, Costner was a Republican. He was a supporter and good friend of Ronald Reagan, frequently playing golf with the former President. He later grew disillusioned with the direction of the party, eventually switching his affiliation in the early 1990s. Since 1992, Costner has financially supported a variety of Democratic politicians, including Al Gore and Tom Daschle, but also made contributions to Republican Phil Gramm as late as 1995.[42] He said publicly in 2008 that he has no ambition to run for political office, adding "I've lived quite a colorful life."[43] In the final days before the 2008 election, Costner campaigned for Barack Obama, visiting various places in Colorado, where he has a home. In his speech, Costner stated the need for young voters to get to the polls, early and with enthusiasm. "We were going to change the world and we haven't," Costner said at a Colorado State University rally. "My generation didn't get it done, and we need you to help us."[44] In October 2014, Costner sent a tribute to British troops serving around the world thanking them for their work.[45]


Awards and nominations[edit] Competitive[edit] Year Association Category Nominated work Result 1990 National Board of Review Best Director[46] Dances with Wolves Won 1991 Academy Awards[47] Best Actor Nominated Best Director Won Best Picture Won Chicago Film Critics Association Awards[48] Best Actor Nominated Best Director Nominated David di Donatello Awards[49] Best Foreign Actor Nominated Best Foreign Film Nominated Directors Guild of America[50] Best Director Won Golden Globe Awards[51] Best Actor – Drama Nominated Best Director – Motion Picture Won 1992 BAFTA Awards[52] Best Actor in a Leading Role Nominated Best Direction Nominated César Awards (France)[53] Best Foreign Feature Nominated Jupiter Awards (Germany)[54] Best Foreign Film Won Best Foreign Director Won Best Foreign Actor Won Japanese Academy Film Prize[55] Best Foreign Language Film Won Golden Globe Awards[56] Best Actor – Drama JFK Nominated MTV Movie Awards Most Desirable Male[57] Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Nominated Best On-Screen Duo (with Morgan Freeman) Nominated Best Male Performance Nominated Saturn Awards[58] Best Actor Nominated 1993 MTV Movie Awards[59] Most Desirable Male The Bodyguard Nominated Best On-Screen Duo (with Whitney Houston) Nominated Best Male Performance Nominated 1997 Golden Globe Awards[60] Best Actor – Musical or Comedy Tin Cup Nominated 1998 Saturn Awards[61] Best Actor The Postman Nominated 2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards[62] Favorite Actor – Drama or Romance Message in a Bottle Nominated 2005 San Francisco Film Critics Circle[63] Best Supporting Actor The Upside of Anger Won Satellite Awards[64] Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy Nominated 2006 Critics' Choice Awards[65] Best Supporting Actor Nominated 2012 Critics' Choice Television Award[66] Best Movie/Miniseries Actor Hatfields & McCoys Nominated Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie[67] Won Outstanding Miniseries or Movie[68] Nominated Satellite Awards Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film[69] Nominated 2013 Golden Globe Awards Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film[70] Won Screen Actors Guild Awards[71] Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie Won 2017 Palm Springs International Film Festival[72] Ensemble Performance Award Hidden Figures Won Screen Actors Guild Awards[73] Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Won Honorary/Lifetime Achievement[edit] Costner received an Honorary César in 2013[74] "for his career as actor-director-producer and for his fabulous contribution to the story of cinema", and the BFCA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015.[75]


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