Cole Hauser Biography


Birthday: March 22, 1975 (Aries)

Born In: Santa Barbara, California, United States

Cole Hauser is an American actor who has received much attention for his performances in the movies ‘Paparazzi’ and ‘The Cave’. Having descended from a long line of moviemakers, Hauser was destined to have a career in the world of cinema. A great-grandson of the Warner Bros. Studio co-founder, Harry Warner, and a grandson of the famous screenwriter Dwight Hauser, Cole was exposed to Hollywood when he was very young. He developed an interest in acting while in his junior high school and dropped out of high school to move to Los Angeles to pursue his professional acting career. As a youth, he acted in a stage play titled ‘Dark of the Moon’ which garnered him numerous standing ovations. This gave him the motivation to venture into TV and films as well. He made his film debut in the 1992 ‘School Ties’. He then went on to act in a number of other movies and also took up small screen projects, including ‘High Incident,’ ‘ER’ and ‘Rogue.’ A happily married man behind the curtains, he is also the father of three children.

Quick Facts

Also Known As: Cole Kenneth Hauser

Age: 48 Years, 48 Year Old Males


Spouse/Ex-: Cynthia Daniel (m. 2006)

father: Wings Hauser

mother: Cass Warner

siblings: Bright, Jesse, Tao, Vanessa

children: Colt Daniel Hauser, Ryland Hauser, Steely Rose

Born Country: United States

Actors American Men

Height: 6'1" (185 cm), 6'1" Males

Ancestry: Polish American, German American, Irish American

U.S. State: California

City: Santa Barbara, California

As a young boy, Cole Hauser joined a talent summer camp in New England. He eventually won the leading role in the stage play ‘Dark of the Moon’. He then made his movie debut through the 1992 flick ‘School Ties,’ alongside many up-and-coming actors including Matt Damon, Brendan Fraser, Ben Affleck, and Chris O'Donnell. Following this, Hauser had a role in the movie 'Dazed and Confused' (1993) and also appeared in the NBC TV-Movie ‘A Matter of Justice’ in the same year.
In 1995, he was cast in the John Singleton flick ‘Higher Learning’. A year later, he starred as Officer Randy Willitz in the television series ‘High Incident’. He later collaborated with Affleck and Damon for the movie ‘Good Will Hunting’. This was followed by a small role in the 1998 flick ‘The Hi-Lo Country’.
Hauser started the new millennium with the role of William J. Johns in the film ‘Pitch Black’ in 2000. He followed this up with roles in ‘A Shot at Glory’ and ‘Tigerland.’
In 2002, he starred in the drama films ‘Hart's War’ and ‘White Oleander’. A year later, he was featured as Carter Verone in the action thriller ‘2 Fast 2 Furious’. Soon after this, the actor made appearances in four episodes of ‘ER’ and also had leading roles in the films ‘Paparazzi’ and ‘The Cave’. In 2007, Hauser starred alongside Anthony Anderson in the FOX’s series ‘K-Ville.’ That year, he also featured in ‘The Stone Angel,’ a drama film adapted from Margaret Laurence’s novel of the same name. The actor then filmed for the indie productions ‘Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys’ and ‘Like Dandelion Dust,’ and the television pilot ‘The Tower.’
The year 2010 saw Hauser in the role of Jimmy Godfrey in the TV series ‘Chase’. A year, he was cast as Allan Campbell in the action movie ‘The Hit List’. From 2014 to 2017, he played Ethan Kelly in Audience Network’s series ‘Rogue.’ He later starred as Deklan MacGregor in the film ‘Acts of Violence’ in 2018.
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Family & Personal Life
Cole Hauser was born on March 22, 1975 in Santa Barbara, California, USA to actor Wings Hauser and Cass Warner, founder of the film production agency Warner Sisters. His paternal grandfather was screenwriter Dwight Hauser and his maternal grandfather was the Hollywood screenwriter Milton Sperling. One of his maternal great-grandfathers was Harry Warner, a founding member of Warner Bros. His maternal grandmother Betty Mae Warner was married to Stanley Sheinbaum, a noted economist, political activist, and a former police commissioner.
Hauser's parents divorced when he was two years old. He was 15 when he met his father for the first time. He has three half-sisters named Vanessa, Tao, and Bright, and a younger half-brother named Jesse.
Cole Hauser is married to the former actress Cynthia Daniel. The couple has three kids: sons Ryland and Colt and daughter Steely Rose.

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