The daughter of actress Goldie Hawn, Kate Hudson is an American actress born in Los Angeles, California. She began her career on television, being cast on the series Party of Five. Even though she only appeared on one episode, it was enough for her to realize that a professional acting career was what she wanted. Her breakthrough role came in 2000 for her role in Almost Famous.
She won the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 2007, Hudson directed the short film Cutlass and appeared in the romantic comedy Fool’s Gold in 2008. She also starred on television again as Cassandra July on the series Glee. In 2013, she began Fabletics, a partnership with Just Fab, to launch a line of active wear and workout clothes. Her goal is to start a movement that helps you live fit.
About Kate Hudson
- Net Worth – $38 Million
- Birth Date – April 19, 1979
- Birth Place – Los Angeles, California
- Profession – Actress
·Nationality – American
·Marital Status – Single
Kate Hudson married Chris Robinson, lead singer for the Black Crowes, on December 31, 2000. The couple had one son in 2004 and ultimately divorced in 2007. Hudson sued the National Enquirer in 2006 after they reported she had an eating disorder and describing her as “painfully thin”.
She was concerned about the effects this would have on your young, female fans. The National Enquirer apologized for their comments and compensated her. Hudson became engaged to Matthew Bellamy in 2011 and had a son that same year. In December 2014, the couple announced the end of their engagement.
Being one of the most popular actresses in Hollywood, she bears a striking resemblance to her famous mother. Due out in February 2016, the Oscar-nominated actress will release a lifestyle guide, Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body. Hudson shares her journey of becoming healthy and strong from the inside out and helps readers live a “mindful lifestyle”.