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Kevin Costner

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Kevin Michael Costner (born January 18, 1955) is an Academy Award-winning American film actor, director and producer. One of Costner's most successful films was Dances with Wolves (1990), which won seven Academy Awards, including (Best Picture and Best Director).

Costner made his film debut at age 19, in the 1974 film, Sizzle Beach, U.S.A., although the film was not released until 1986. Costner then appeared in a commercial for the Apple Lisa in 1983. He was cast in the hit The Big Chill (1983). He filmed several scenes which were planned as flashbacks, but they never made it to the final cut. His role was as Alex, the friend who committed suicide, the event around which the plot of the movie revolves. All that is seen of him are his slashed wrists as the mortician dresses his corpse in the movie's opening scenes.[7] Costner was a friend of director Lawrence Kasdan, who later promised the actor a role in a future project, which became the 1985 film Silverado and became a breakout role for Costner. He also starred that year in the smaller, but interesting films, Fandango and American Flyers.

1987 marked full-blown movie star status for Costner as he starred as Eliot Ness in The Untouchables and played the protagonist in No Way Out. In 1988 he solidified his A-list status in the comedy Bull Durham and in Field of Dreams in 1989.

Costner's biggest success was the epic Dances with Wolves (1990). He directed and starred in the film and served as one of two producers. The film was nominated for twelve Academy Awards and won seven, including two for him personally (Best Picture and Best Director). Costner followed this with Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves (1991), the Oliver Stone-directed JFK (1991), The Bodyguard (1992), and Clint Eastwood's A Perfect World, (1993), all of which provided huge box office takings or critical acclaim.

He then took the title role in the biopic Wyatt Earp (1994), directed by established collaborator Lawrence Kasdan, which fizzled at the summer 1994 box office. The science fiction epics Waterworld (1995) and The Postman (1997), the latter of which Costner also directed, were both major disappointments at the box office. Costner then starred in the comedic film Tin Cup (1996), before developing the film Air Force One. He was set to play the lead role in the film, but ultimately decided to concentrate on finishing The Postman instead. He personally offered the project to Harrison Ford.

Costner's career revived somewhat in 2000 with Thirteen Days. Open Range, in which he directed and starred, received high critical acclaim in 2003 as a Revisionist Western, though it was only a minor success commercially. Costner starred in The Guardian and in Mr. Brooks, where he portrayed a serial killer. Costner was honored on September 6, 2006, when his hand and foot prints were set in concrete in front of Grauman's Chinese Theatre along side other actors and entertainers.[7]