Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson was born on April 19, 1979, in Los Angeles, in the family of actress Goldie Hawn and musician Bill Hudson. Soon after Kate’s birth, her parents got divorced. She and her brother Oliver (also an actor) were raised by their mother and actor Kurt Russel. Kate has Italian, Hungarian Jewish, English and German roots.

Hudson attended Crossroads school and later, New York University. In 1996, she got a small role in an episode of “Party of Five”. In 1998, she received her first feature film role in “Desert Blue”. 2000 was a breakthrough year for the actress. She starred in “Almost Famous” and was awarded with the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress as well as got an Oscar nomination. Her most prominent movies are “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” (2003), “Raising Helen” (2004), “You, Me and Dupree” (2006), “Fool’s Gold” (2008), “Bride Wars” (2009), “Nine” (2009) and “The Reluctant Fundamentalist” (2012).

In 2007, Hudson became a director and screenwriter of short film “Cutlass”. She also produced “14 Hours” and “Bride Wars”. In 2013, she launched her own line of sportswear “Fabletics”.

In 2000-2007, Kate Hudson was married to rock musician Chris Robinson, a father of her firstborn, son Ryder. In 2011, she got engaged to Matthew Bellamy. The same year, their son was born. In 2014, the couple got separated.

In addition, Kate can play guitar and piano, does yoga, makes her own jewelry. An interesting fact is that the actress does not like seeing herself on screen.