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Kiefer Sutherland ACTOR




KIEFER SUTHERLAND BIOGRAPHY & FILMOGRAPHY:
  
Kiefer Sutherland was born on December 21st, 1966 in Paddington, London in the United Kingdom with the birth name Kiefer William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus Sutherland.  His parents were Donald Sutherland and Shirley Douglas who both worked as professional Canadian actors.  
 
At the age of four his family relocated to the United States, settling in Corona, California, however in 1975 after his parents divorced he returned with his mother to live in Ontario, Canada.  His early education was spent at Crescent Town Elementary School, St. Clair Junior High and John G. Althouse Middle School.  He attended five different colleges, St. Andrew's College, Martingrove Collegiate Institute, Harbord Collegiate Institute, Silverthorn Collegiate Institute, Malvern Collegiate Institute and Annex Village Campus.  In addition he studied acting at Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School.
 
Sutherland soon began pursuing a career as an actor.  His film debut was in 1983 in, "Max Dugan Returns" followed by a role in the Canadian film, "The Bay Boy" (1984) which earned him a Best Actor Academy Award nomination.  He now decided if he really wanted to make a fulltime career out of acting, he needed to move to Los Angeles, California. 

When Sutherland arrived in the States he began working first on television in, "Amazing Stories" (1995) and the television movie, "Trapped in Silence" (1986).  Soon he was adding such film credits to his resume with roles in, "Stand By Me" (1986), "Article 99" (1992), "A Few Good Men" (1992) starring Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise, Kevin Bacon and Demi Moore, "The Vanishing" (1993), "Dark City" (1998), "Phone Booth" (2002), "The Wild" (2006), "Mirrors" (2008) and "Twelve" (2010).
 
On television one of his most well known roles has been on the series, "24" portraying Jack Bauer, a role for which he has won one Emmy Award and earned five other nominations, as well as winning one Golden Globe Award and earning four other nominations.  Other television appearances include, "LA Confidential", "Twin Peaks" and a recurring role on the new Fox television series, "Touch" (2012).  
 
In addition to his television and film work, he has done voice over work for such products as, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Apple Inc., Bank of America and did the voice for Sgt. Roebuck in the video game, Call of Duty: World at War.  Sutherland also had the opportunity to appear on Broadway in 2011 in a production of, "That Champion Season". 
 
Kiefer Sutherland has married twice throughout his lifetime, first to Camelia Kath in 1987 and they had one child before the marriage ended three years later.  He then married Kelly Winn in 1996 however, by 2004, this marriage also ended in divorce.  He was also at one time engaged to actress, Julia Roberts.
 
In the late 90's, Sutherland actually took a brief break from acting and purchased a 900 acre ranch in Montana with the intention to pursue the rodeo circuit and actually competed in a number of roping contests before he chose to return back to acting.
 
Sutherland is also involved in other business ventures such as being co-owner with his best friend, Jude Cole of an independent record label called Ironworks.  He is also an avid collector of vintage guitars.      
 
Kiefer Sutherland has been honored various times during his career as an actor.  In 2005, he was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame and in 2009, he was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for his contribution to Television.   

 
Filmography
 
2013   The Reluctant Fundamentalist

2012   Touch

2011   Night of the Living Carrots 

2006-2011  The Simpsons 

2011   Melancholia 

2011   The Confession 

2010   Marmaduke 

2001-2010  24 

2010   Twelve 

2009   Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space 

2009   B.O.B.'s Big Break 

2009   Monsters vs Aliens 
 
2008   Call of Duty: World at War 

2008   Mirrors

2008   Dragonlance: Dragons of Autumn Twilight

2007   24: Day Six - Debrief 

2006   24: The DVD Board Game 

2006   Family Guy

2006   The Sentinel

2006   The Wild 

2006   24: The Game 

2005   River Queen

2004   Taking Lives 

2003   The Land Before Time X: The Great Longneck Migration 

2003   L.A. Confidential

2003   Paradise Found

2003   Behind the Red Door

2002   Phone Booth 

2002   Desert Saints 

2002   Dead Heat 

2001   To End All Wars 

2001   Cowboy Up 

2000   The Right Temptation

2000   Picking Up the Pieces

2000   After Alice

2000   Beat 

2000   Woman Wanted

1998   Ground Control

1998   Break Up 

1998   A Soldier's Sweetheart 

1998   Dark City

1997   Armitage III: Poly Matri

1997   Truth or Consequences, N.M.

1996   The Last Days of Frankie the Fly 

1996   A Time to Kill

1996   Duke of Groove

1996   Hourglass

1996   Eye for an Eye 

1996   Freeway 

1995   Fallen Angels

1994   The Cowboy Way  

1993   The Three Musketeers 

1993   Last Light

1993   The Vanishing

1992   A Few Good Men

1992   Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me 

1992   Article 99 

1990   The Nutcracker Prince 

1990   Flatliners

1990   Young Guns II

1990   Chicago Joe and the Showgirl

1990   Flashback

1989   Renegades

1988   1969

1988   Young Guns 

1988   Bright Lights, Big City

1987   Crazy Moon

1987   The Killing Time 

1987   Promised Land

1987   The Lost Boys

1986   Stand by Me

1986   The Brotherhood of Justice 

1986   Trapped in Silence 

1986   At Close Range 

1985   Amazing Stories

1984   The Bay Boy

1983   Max Dugan Returns







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