‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser’s Wife Goes Full Cowgirl in New Pic with Her Hollywood Actress Twin Sister

by Jennifer Shea
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“Yellowstone” star Cole Hauser is not the only cowpoke in his family.

The actor, who plays Rip Wheeler on the hit series, has a multitalented wife. And one of her positive attributes is that she looks good in a cowboy hat.

In a recent Instagram post, Hauser’s wife Cynthia went full cowgirl alongside her Hollywood actress twin sister, Brittany Daniel. In a picture, the two sit perched on a fence wearing matching “Early Bird”/“Night Owl” t-shirts and blue jeans. And Brittany even sports a cowboy hat.

“God gave me the most amazing gift,” Cynthia posted, presumably referring to her twin.

Cynthia Hauser Is a Photographer, Retired Actress

In her youth, Hauser starred in the television series “Sweet Valley High” alongside her sister. Before that, the sisters appeared in commercials for Doublemint Gum as the Doublemint Twins, according to Wide Open Country.

She went on to act in the Leonardo DiCaprio movie “The Basketball Diaries” as well as “That ’80s Show.” Soon thereafter, Cynthia retired from acting and took up professional photography.

The former actress now runs her own photography business, Five Arrows Photography. She takes photos of celebrities, families, babies, couples and more.

Cynthia and ‘Yellowstone’ Star Hauser Are Still Smitten With Each Other

On Valentine’s Day, Cynthia posted a selfie to Instagram of herself standing next to her husband on a street somewhere with the caption “Happy Valentines Day!”     

The couple share three children together, Ryland, Colt and Steely Rose. And both parents frequently post photos of themselves with their kids on Instagram.

Speaking of family memories, Hauser said he has spent a lot of time in Montana, where “Yellowstone” is filmed – including some father-son bonding moments in recent years.

“I took my oldest son, who is 14, to Lake Hauser outside of Helena a couple of years ago,” Hauser told Guns & Ammo in 2019. “I made him put his damned cell phone away for a few precious moments while we soaked it in together. He sat there, and we looked at each other and he realized how much history we have here. It was a cool experience. It made a pretty big impression on him.”

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