Kate Hudson is an American actress who is the daughter of Bill Hudson, an actor, comedian, musician, and
Goldie Hawn, an Academy Award winning actress-producer. Thus, there is no surprise in seeing this young charm coming out with flying colors in the cine industry. Unfortunately, her parents were divorced after 18 months of her birth and thus she was brought up by her mother and her partner actor
Kurt Russell, who filled in her dad’s shoes.
By all means, it can be easily told that Hudson is a born performer. Apart from saying, she proved it right from her childhood by acting and dancing whenever she got the opportunity. Well, ‘Action speaks louder than words’! The big-screen knocked at her door in 1998 through the likes of Desert Blue in which Kate played little-seeing scenes. She was also a featured player in 200 cigarettes (1999), ‘Gossip’ (2000).
Her biggest knock came when Sarah Polley pulled out from Almost Famous (2000). She not only played convincing part but also nailed the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Hudson is a hard-worker, and she never depended on others thereby moving away from her parents and carrying the entire burden on her shoulders. She then geared up for various romantic movies that included The Four Feathers, How To Lose a Guy in 10 days, Raising Helen, The Skeleton. Every film had mixed reactions from the critics, but one thing was sure: She had a flair of theatrics.
She married Chris Robinson, lead singer of the band The Black Crowes in 2000 but the couple divorced after seven years. They had a son who was born in 2004. Then Kate dated Muse band member Mathew Bellamy, and they had a son too by the name of Bingham Hawn Bellamy, born in 2011. But it is being reported that the couple had quit their relationship in 2014. There is something wrong between Kate and music bands (Just joking). In 2013, she struck a deal with online fashion retailer Just Fab and launched her workout clothes in the name of Fabletics.