When it comes to Yellowstone, you have a handful of wild characters to pick from.
There’s the relentless head man John Dutton (Kevin Costner), the unhinged daughter Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly), the bada** son Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes), the other son who is trying to figure out where he belongs Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley), the ruthless ranch hand Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser), and many more.
However, when we’re so caught up in a show, we tend to forget to separate the actor/actress from their role, and forget that these are just people too with a much higher platform than us.
Aside from his acting career, Hauser is a big time family man, sharing three children (Ryland, Colt, and Steely Rose) with his wife of 17 years, Cynthia Daniel. With that being said, Hauser discussed what it takes to be a great husband and family man with Fox News Digital.
He told the outlet:
“First, communication. Second is listening, which is actually the most important part of communication.
We believe in the same dream, which is in creating the best children we know how. And she makes a great cup of coffee.”
He also hilariously said his wife makes him dirt pour. And as for his kids, he doesn’t expect his children to follow his footsteps in showbusiness:
“They have their own dreams. And I’m really excited to see them follow them.”
Hauser also discussed what its been like settling down in Florida, after living in several different places over the years:
“I’ve lived all over this country, from Hollywood to Boston to New York to Texas to Oregon to Florida. I feel at home all across America.
The one thing I love about Florida is that there’s horseback riding right next to the ocean.”
And while talking about his new coffee brand, Free Rein, he discussed what it was like growing up on a ranch in Oregon:
“I’ve been around cowboys all my life, having grown up on a ranch in Oregon; now working alongside cowboys on ‘Yellowstone.’
Whether it’s the hardworking wranglers on or off set, they’re the first to rise, and one thing’s for sure, they have a cup of coffee in their hands before the break of dawn.”