Kate Hudson is an extremely talented American actress, who made her way to international prominence through her works. Born to Academy Award winning mother Goldie Hawn, acting seemed to come naturally and almost instinctively to young Hudson.
Hudson made her debut in 1998 with the comedy-drama ‘Desert Blue’. A couple of films later, she made her breakthrough with Cameron Crowe’s ‘Almost Famous’. In the film, her role was extremely lauded by critics and audience and resulted in her present filmography that includes some of the top grossing films such as ‘How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days’, ‘Alex and Emma’, ‘Raising Helen’, ‘The Skeleton Key’ and ‘You, Me and Dupree’. Other successful films by Hudson include ‘Fool's Gold’, ‘Bride Wars’, ‘Nine’, ‘The Killer Inside Me’, ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’, ‘Wish I Was Here’, ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’ and ‘Deepwater Horizon’.
However, not all the films that Hudson did were a big hit. Some failed to impress the audience. ‘The Four Fathers’, ‘Le Divorce’ and ‘Something Borrowed’ were critically panned and bombed badly at the box office.