Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson was born 19 April 1979 at the Los Angeles home of singer Bill Hudson and actress Goldie Hawn. After a year and a half after the birth of Kate's parents divorced, and engaged in the education of the girl's mother and her boyfriend Kurt Russell.

For the first time a movie Kate appeared in 1998, played a cameo role in the film "Desert anguish" Morgan Freeman and "Ricochet River." The next project was the comedy "200 Cigarettes".

In 2000, Hudson starred in Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous". This role has not only made her famous and earned a nomination for "Oscar", but also brought her future husband Chris Robinson, lead singer of a rock band Black Crowes. In January 2004, the couple had a son - Ryder Russell Robinson.

For the role in the historical drama "The Four Feathers" in 2002. Kate refuses role in the blockbuster "Spider-Man" (a role later goes to Kirsten Dunst). In the next picture, "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (2003) he became a partner of Hudson, Matthew McConaughey. The film was a great success with audiences and grossed more than 120 million. Dollars. Following the shooting followed in the comedy "Alex & Emma" and "Raising Helen," the thriller "The Skeleton Key".

In 2006, the screens out comedy "You, Me and Dupree" in which Hudson starred alongside Owen Wilson. Friendly relationship grew into love, and Kate announced divorce with her husband, Chris. However, the relationship with Wilson were not flat - a pair clashed several times, the result of one of the breaks has even become a suicide attempt actor.

In 2008, Kate has presented comedy "Fool's Gold" (Matthew McConaughey again from), in 2009 - the musical "Nine".

Now the actress is busy on the set of romantic paintings "Something borrowed".