Where Is The Cast Now?

A distinguished Broadway actor who was just starting to make an impression in movies thanks to his searing film debut in 1982’s “Sophie’s Choice,” Kevin Kline would go on to win a best supporting actor Oscar for 1988’s “A Fish Called Wanda” in a rare nod to a broad comic performance. Kline has since become known as one of America’s most versatile actors, appearing in both comedies and dramas with equal finesse.

Kline and Glenn Close play Harold and Sarah Cooper, a married couple who opens up their home to their old college friends as they mourn the death of their friend Alex. Harold is a successful businessman who gets a little loose-lipped, giving insider trading tips to friends. Klein enjoyed being part of an ensemble, and he had particularly fond thoughts about co-star William Hurt. “Bill’s wonderfully impossible at times,” Kline told Bobby Wygant. “Never on the set. He’s absolutely professional on the set. Off the set, if you get in an argument with Bill, you’re in for a real trip … He’s very smart, and he’s very passionate.”

Kline has been nominated for four Tony Awards, winning three times, most recently in 2017 for the revival of Noel Coward’s “Present Laughter.” Kline has been married to fellow actor Phoebe Cates since 1989, one of the longest show business marriages in recent memory. The couple has two children: Owen, an actor, writer, and director, and Greta, a musician. Kline was last seen on-screen in “The Good House” opposite Sigourney Weaver, with whom he previously co-starred in “The Ice Storm” and “Dave.”

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