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Date of Birth : 19 April 1979, Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth Name : Kate Garry Hudson
Nickname : Katie
Height : 5' 6" (1.68 m)

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Actress. Born Kate Garry Hudson, on April 19, 1979, in Los Angeles, California. The daughter of actress-producer Goldie Hawn and Bill Hudson, a 1970s television comedian, Kate Hudson was raised by her mother and Hawn's longtime companion, actor Kurt Russell, after her parents divorced when she was 18 months old.

No stranger to the show business life, Hudson decided to embark on an acting career of her own, landing an agent and a guest spot on the TV drama Party of Five in 1996.kate hudson pregnant kate hudson hot kate hudson hair kate hudson ama kate hudson feet kate hudson wallpaper.

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Upon her acceptance to New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Hudson convinced Hawn and Russell to let her defer a year in order to concentrate on finding her first film role. In 1998, she appeared in the little-seen independent film Desert Blue,
alongside fellow up-and-coming young actors Christina Ricci, Casey Affleck, and Brendan Sexton III. She was also a featured player in the ensemble cast of 200 Cigarettes (1999), a comedy that received poor reviews despite its talented cast, which included Ricci, Ben Affleck, Paul Rudd, and Courtney Love.

Hudson began the year 2000 somewhat inauspiciously, with a supporting turn as a virginal college student in the unimpressive teen thriller Gossip. By year's end, however, she had charmed her way into the hearts of moviegoers and critics with her breakthrough performance as
Penny Lane, the leader of a group of girls, or so-called "Band-Aids," who worship at the altar of 1970s rock & roll as imagined by writer-director Cameron Crowe in his autobiographical film Almost Famous.

Originally cast in a smaller role, Hudson won the part after another young actress, Sarah Polley (The Sweet Hereafter, Go) dropped out. As Penny, the sometime lover of Russell Hammond (Billy Crudup), lead guitarist in the rock band Stillwater, and the object of affection for Crowe's own alter ego, the budding rock journalist
William Miller (Patrick Fugit), Hudson was in many ways the emotional center of the film. Her glowing performance earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.

Also in 2000, Hudson appeared in the ensemble cast of Robert Altman's Dr. T and the Women, costarring Richard Gere, Helen Hunt, Farrah Fawcett, and Liv Tyler.
In 2001, she starred in Four Feathers, a wartime drama costarring Wes Bentley (American Beauty) and Heath Ledger (The Patriot).

Upcoming projects include Garry Marshall's Raising Helen, where she plays a successful single woman forced to take care of her sister's three young children after a car accident. In 2004, she starred opposite Luke Wilson in the romantic comedy Alex & Emma. Her other films include You, Me and Dupree (2006), Fools Gold (2008), and Bride Wars (2009).

Kate Hudson was married to Chris Robinson, the lead singer of the rock band The Black Crowes from December 2000 until they divorced in October 2007.
The couple has one child, a boy named Ryder Russell Robinson, who was born in January 2004. She is currently dating Muse band member, Matthew Bellamy.

A favorite female lead in romantic comedies for her outgoing comedic personality and sunny charisma, Kate Hudson avoided the dual dangers of a Hollywood upbringing and famous parents; instead earning her own success on the big screen.

At the beginning of the new century, Hudson was Tinseltown's reigning nouveau hippie chick, a sensibility likely passed down from flower power mom Goldie Hawn and further established by her Oscar-nominated role as a 1970s rock 'n' roll groupie in "Almost Famous" (2000), as well as real-life marriage to the Black Crowes' rocker Chris Robinson.

Hudson went on to enjoy her biggest box office success with comedies including "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (2003), "You, Me, and Dupree" (2006), and "Bride Wars" (2009), but also showed an intriguing range with the thriller
"The Skeleton Key" (2005), the musical "Nine" (2009) and the grueling drama "The Killer Inside Me" (2010). Hudson definitely seemed to be her mother's daughter: gifted with comedic genius, but also with the potential - and intelligence - to impress in any role, no matter the genre.

The daughter of Academy Award-winning actress and producer Goldie Hawn and comedian-musician Bill Hudson, Kate Hudson was born on April 19, 1979.
Hawn and Hudson broke up when their daughter was only 18 months old, so Hudson grew up considering Hawn's subsequent boyfriend Kurt Russell her dad, whom Hawn started dating in 1983 during their first movie together, "Swing Shift."
She spent her childhood as the only sister in a boisterous household that included older brother Oliver, Russell's son Boston from a previous marriage, and Russell's and Hawn's son, Wyatt.