Costner is a critically acclaimed actor, producer, director, and musician. One of our generation's most accomplished actors, Costner's unforgettable portrayals of characters from Eliot Ness in the Untouchables to Crash Davis in Bull Durham, to Ray Kinsella in Field of Dreams, and to Jim Garrison in JFK, have fortified his place in American cinematic lore. In television, Costner also won the Emmy Award®, Golden Globe Award, and the Screen Actors Guild Award; for his role as Devil Anse Hatfield in Hatfield's McCoys. When Costner is not working on films, he sings lead vocals and plays lead guitar in his band, "Modern West," and can be seen playing venues across the country. The band recently recorded a collection of songs from and inspired by "The Hatfields McCoys." Featuring the song "These Hills," the album is entitled "Famous For Killing Each Other." The band's song "The Angels Came Down" from their album "Turn It On," was recently adopted by the Gold Star Moms and Gold Star Wives organizations, which support the mothers, wives and families of fallen soldiers.
Kelsey Asbille can currently be seen in Oscar-nominee Taylor Sheridan's "Wind River" opposite Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen and Jon Bernthal. She recently starred on the go90 series "Embeds," about a group of young staffers on the campaign trail, produced by Megyn Kelly and Michael De Luca. Asbille recurred on the last two seasons of the hit MTV series "Teen Wolf" and starred in the FOX event pilot "Hieroglyph" written by Travis Beacham and directed by Miguel Sapochnik. She is known for her leading role on Disney XD's "Pair of Kings" and recurring role on the CW's "One Tree Hill." Her other film credits include Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" opposite Andrew Garfield, "Run" opposite William Moseley, "The Wine of Summer" opposite Ethan Peck and Marcia Gay Harden and Disney's "Den Brother."
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Tanaya Beatty is an emerging First Nations actress from the small town of Midway, British Columbia, which averages about 500 people. At five years old, Beatty had one line in a local theater production and from that experience knew what her calling would be. Beatty went on to graduate from the Vancouver Film School acting program. Most recently, Beatty stars in the feature film "Through Black Spruce," playing the lead role of Annie, a self-reliant small-town girl in search of her missing sister. The film premiered at the 2018 Toronto Film Festival. It was directed by Don McKellar and based on the Giller Prize-winning novel of the same name. Other feature credits include roles in Scott Cooper’s film "Hostiles" opposite Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike, which premiered at both the Telluride Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival. She also starred in Francois Girard’s art house film "Hochelaga, Land of Souls," which also premiered at the TIFF in 2017. On the TV side, Beatty can currently be seen on Paramount Network’s hit series "Yellowstone," created by Taylor Sheridan and starring Kevin Costner. She was a series regular on NBC’s "The Night Shift" playing the feisty emergency room doctor Shannon Rivera. Beatty was also cast as the lead female role of Sacagawea in HBO’s "Lewis and Clark" miniseries opposite Casey Affleck. Beatty currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.
Incredibly versatile actor Neal McDonough can be seen on "Suits," "Altered Carbon," "Project Blue Book," "Van Helsing" and of course, with a lightning rod performance, on "Yellowstone." Some of his past credits include "Band of Brothers," executive produced by Tom Hanks; "Minority Report," directed by Steven Spielberg; "Flags of Our Fathers," directed by Clint Eastwood; "Captain America: The First Avenger"; and Marc Cherry's "Desperate Housewives." Neal can also be seen opposite Jim Carrey in Paramount Pictures' feature film "Sonic the Hedgehog." His most prideful works are his 20-year relationship with his wife Ruve and his five children.