Cole Hauser Biography, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Net Worth and Movies

Cole Hauser Biography

Cole Hauser is an American film and television actor born in 1975 in the United States. He is best known for appearing in the film 2 Fast 2 Furious.

Cole Hauser
Cole Hauser

Cole Hauser Age

Hauser is 48 years of age as of 2023. He was born on 22 March 1975 in Santa Barbara, California, United States. He celebrates his birthday on 22 March every year.

Cole Hauser Height

He stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches tall. Weighing 79 kg (174 lbs).

Cole Hauser Family

Hauser’s grandfathers were Dwight Hauser and Milton Sperling, both notable screenwriters. His father has German, Irish, and Belgian (Walloon) ancestry, while his mother comes from a Jewish family with roots in Austria, Russia, and Poland. His maternal grandmother, Betty Mae Warner, was a multifaceted individual, engaging in painting, sculpting, political activism, and gallery ownership.

Cole Hauser Wife

Hauser is married to Cynthia Daniel, known for her role as Elizabeth Wakefield in the TV series adaptation of Francine Pascal’s Sweet Valley High novel series. The couple shares three children: two sons born in 2004 and 2008, and a daughter born in 2012.

Cole Hauser Career

Hauser made his film debut in 1992 with “School Ties,” a movie featuring emerging actors like Brendan Fraser, Matt Damon, Chris O’Donnell, and Ben Affleck. Following this, he appeared in Richard Linklater’s “Dazed and Confused” alongside Affleck.

In 1995, Hauser portrayed the leader of neo-Nazi skinheads in John Singleton’s “Higher Learning.” He later reunited with Affleck and Damon in “Good Will Hunting” (1997). In 2000, Hauser played William J. Johns in “Pitch Black” and voiced the character in the prequel video game.

In 2002, he took on the role of a racist American prisoner-of-war in “Hart’s War” with Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell. The following year, he played a Navy SEAL in “Tears of the Sun” alongside Bruce Willis and appeared as a mob boss in “2 Fast 2 Furious.” Hauser has since had leading roles in Hollywood films, including “Paparazzi” and “The Cave,” both produced by Mel Gibson. In 2007, he starred with Anthony Anderson in the FOX series “K-Ville,” which was canceled after ten episodes.

That same year, Hauser appeared in “The Stone Angel,” an adaptation of Margaret Laurence’s novel, which had a limited release in Canadian theaters in May 2008. In 2007, he also worked on indie productions such as “Like Dandelion Dust,” based on a novel by Karen Kingsbury, Tyler Perry’s “The Family That Preys,” and the CBS television pilot “The Tower.

“Hauser’s career continued with roles like CIA Agent Mike Collins in “A Good Day to Die Hard,” Secret Service Special Agent Roma in “Olympus Has Fallen,” and Colonel Stevens in “Transcendence.”He starred as Ethan Kelly on the police drama series “Rogue” and currently plays Rip Wheeler on the Paramount Network Western drama series “Yellowstone.”

Cole Hauser Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $9 million which he has earned through his acting career.

Cole Hauser Dazed And Confused

In the 1993 coming-of-age comedy film, “Dazed and Confused,” Hauser portrayed the character Benny O’Donnell. Benny, a freshman, strives to find his place among the seniors on the final day of school. Despite being a bit of a goofball and frequently subjected to hazing, he proves to be a steadfast and loyal friend. Benny’s portrayal by Hauser left a lasting impression, contributing to the actor’s career success.

Initial release: 24 September 1993 (USA)
Director: Richard Linklater
Screenplay: Richard Linklater
Budget: 6.9 million USD
Box office: 8 million USD

Cole Hauser 2 Fast 2 Furious

In the 2003 action film “2 Fast 2 Furious,” Hauser took on the role of Carter Verone, the primary antagonist. Verone is a powerful drug lord embroiled in a plot to smuggle illicit funds into the United States. Exhibiting ruthlessness and cunning, he stops at nothing to achieve his objectives. Hauser’s portrayal of Verone garnered positive reviews from critics, applauding his skill in crafting a menacing and unforgettable villain.

Initial release: 3 June 2003 (Hollywood)
Director: John Singleton
Based on: Characters; by Gary Scott Thompson
Box office: 236.3 million USD
Budget: 76 million USD

Cole Hauser Rogue

In the DirecTV drama series “Rogue,” running from 2013 to 2017, Hauser took on the character of Ethan Kelly. Ethan, a former military officer, established a private security company in San Francisco. His life takes a turn into the realms of espionage and corruption when he gets hired to probe a criminal organization. Hauser’s portrayal of Ethan earned acclaim for its intensity and emotional depth. He skillfully conveyed the character’s intricate motivations and the ongoing struggle to uphold integrity in a perilous world. Ethan resonated well with the audience, becoming one of the most favored characters on the show.

First episode date: 3 April 2013
Network: Audience
Production location: Vancouver
Nominations: Canadian Screen Awards – Shaw Media Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Dramatic Role.

Cole Hauser New Movies

Hauser has starred in a variety of films throughout his career, including:

  • 2 fast 2 Furious{2003}
  • The Cave {2005}
  • A Good Day to Die Hard{2013}
  • Olympus Has Fallen{2013}
  • Transcedence{2014}
  • Panama{2022}
  • The Minute You Wake Up Dead{2022}
  • Dead Man’s Hand{2023}
  • The Ritual Killer{2023}

Cole Hauser TV Show

Hauser’s most popular TV shows with their release dates and a brief overview:

  1. Yellowstone (2018–present): Hauser plays Rip Wheeler, the ranch foreman, and loyal right-hand man to John Dutton, the patriarch of the Dutton family, who owns the largest contiguous ranch in the United States.
  2. Chase (2010–2011): Hauser plays Jimmy Raynor, a U.S. Marshal who works in Texas.
  3. Damages (2007–2012): Hauser plays Wyatt Armstrong, a lawyer who works for a ruthless law firm

Cole Hauser Social Media Platforms

Hauser is very active on his Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. He has 108.2k followers on Twitter, 1.7M on Instagram, and 44.6 on Facebook.

Cole Hauser Twitter