yellowstone star Cabbage Hauser plays tough ranch foreman and fixer Rip Wheeler Taylor Sheridans widespread western. Just like the character he’s been playing since 2018, Hauser is a man of few words. And he doesn’t mind getting into a fight if necessary. Notably, the actor doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with bar fighting — and he’s been “probably on every continent in one.”
The ‘Yellowstone’ star was born on a ranch
Numerous members of Hauser’s family have been major players in the entertainment industry since it began in Southern California a century ago. His great-grandfather was Harry M. Warner, one of the founders of Warner Bros. Studios.
Hauser was born on a ranch north of Santa Barbara and moved to a 1,500-acre ranch in Oregon at the age of 4. He says some of his earliest memories are of learning to ride a horse. He said men’s magazine that his early childhood was one of the happiest times in his life because he was surrounded by animals and exploring the land with his BB gun.
By the time he was 12, the family had moved back to California. And Hauser says that at the time he decided to take an acting class, even though he had no real interest in it.
“It was just one hell of a lesson,” says Hauser. “There were good-looking girls, and you do some plays. But I fell in love with acting and it infected me.”
It wasn’t until he told his mother he wanted to pursue an acting career that he found out about his family’s Hollywood history.
Cole Hauser thinks there’s nothing wrong with bar fights
Though he grew up around horses and continued to ride as an adult, Hauser says he still had a lot to learn to play a character like Rip. He spent hours and hours learning the physically demanding process of horseback riding and roping, which helped him shape up as an imposing Rip.
Just before he landed the part yellowstoneHauser broke his back when he fell off a horse while filming The last champion. But he says persevering Sheridan’s Cowboy Camp was the perfect way to unwind.
“My back was so bad that I couldn’t move well, so I lost strength in my stomach. Ultimately, riding strengthened my back and core,” he revealed.
As for Rip’s fighting skills, Hauser says he relies on his past experience. When asked if he’s ever fought in a bar, the actor made it clear he doesn’t shy away from a confrontation.
“Does a bear shit in the forest?” said Hauser, laughing.
The ‘Yellowstone’ star got into a fight with Taylor Sheridan
“I’ve probably been to one on every continent,” Hauser admitted. “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with fighting. Sometimes I’m just tired of words so let’s beat the shit out of us. Maybe you end up buying me a Guinness and I’ll buy you a Bushmills and we’re done. It’s kind of what guys do.”
Hauser isn’t the only person on the yellowstone Set, who doesn’t see anything wrong with fighting – Sheridan thinks the same way. And when they met the second time, they got into a fight.
Now, Sheridan and Hauser are such good friends and know each other so well that Sheridan uses bits and pieces of Hauser’s early life when writing the Rip character. And getting emotional reactions from him on camera.
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https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/yellowstone-star-cole-hauser-doesnt-think-there-anything-wrong-bar-fights-every-continent.html/ ‘Yellowstone’ star Cole Hauser doesn’t think there’s anything wrong with bar fights – ‘I’ve probably been to one on every continent’