Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson is a world-renowned American actress and celebrity who has received numerous awards and accolades for her roles in cinema. She starred alongside many famous actors and worked with various high-profile directors on award-winning projects. Most recently, Hudson was one of the leading roles in 2022's "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery," acting with longtime James Bond actor Daniel Craig in the comedy-mystery crime thriller. She has nominations from the Academy Awards as well as one Golden Globe Award, a Critics' Choice Movie Award, and a Satellite Award.

Her rise to fame started during the late 1990s, with Hudson receiving her first break-out role at the box office in 1998's "Desert Blue." In the next couple of years, she received notable supporting roles for "200 Cigarettes" in 1999 and "Dr. T & the Women" a year later in 2000. However, her most notable part from this period came in "Almost Famous" in 2000 for the role of Penny Lane, where she later earned a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress and received an Oscar nomination.

Hudson has three children, all stemming from three different relationships over a two-decade period. She is currently engaged to Danny Fujikawa, a musician, and actor. The couple share one child. For the next two decades, Hudson would go on to star in many roles, including "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days" in 2003, "You, Me and Dupree" in 2006, "Fool's Gold" in 2008, and "Bride Wars" in 2009.

She has had a brief career in television on the popular drama network television series Glee. Moreover, Hudson's career expands into writing two different books. Her first book, " Pretty Happy: Healthy Ways to Love Your Body" was published in 2016, and her second in 2017 called "Pretty Fun: Creating and Celebrating a Lifetime of Tradition."