Actor Cole Hauser, who plays Kevin Costner’s son Rip Wheeler on “Yellowstone,” is not resting on his TV show or family for his wealth.
Hauser is one man who is focused on his career. He’s been in the acting business, specifically films, since he was 15 years old.
Among the movies he’s appeared in are “Good Will Hunting,” “Dazed and Confused,” and “A Good Day to Die Hard.” Now Cole Hauser is a California native, born in Santa Barbara, Calif. He’s 45 years old and has gained his wealth through hard work, effort, determination, and focus.
Cole Hauser Related To Founder Of Warner Bros. Studios
By the way, let’s talk about his family lineage for a minute.
Hauser’s great-grandfather happened to be Harry Warner. If that name sounds familiar, then hold on to your hat. Have you heard of Warner Bros. Studios? Bingo! Harry Warner was the founder and first president of the movie studio back when the “studio system” for movies was quite prevalent.
Cole Hauser has been married to actress Cynthia Daniel since 2006. They have three children, sons Ryland and Colt, and daughter Steely Rose.
What is the net worth of Hauser? It’s $7 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Hauser Finds Family Work Ethic Drives Him
So, what drives Cole Hauser to succeed? It’s the family work ethic that drives Hauser in his career and life.
“My family is innately hard-working,” Hauser said in a July 2020 interview. “They were Russian immigrants and they came over and built an empire at Warner Brothers.
“Even my grandfather, who was a Marine and in Iwo Jima, came back and built the career he had built,” Hauser said. “You’ve got to work hard, there is no substitute. There is no drug, it’s just you and you have to work your a** off and that’s it!”
It does not hurt Cole Hauser one bit that he’s part of one of TV’s most successful shows right now.
“Yellowstone” continues to build a following and, as the show does, Hauser will draw new fans to his character. People always love a good drama and “Yellowstone” delivers thanks to the work of actors like Hauser.