Wings Hauser

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Wings Hauser
Born Gerald Dwight Hauser
(1947-12-12) December 12, 1947 (age 67)
Hollywood, California, USA
Occupation Film, television actor
Years active 1967-present
Spouse(s) Margaret Jane Boltinhouse (1970-1973; divorced)
Cass Warner (1974-1977; divorced)
Nancy Locke (1979-1999; divorced)
Cali Lili Hauser (2002-present)
Children Bright Hauser
Cole Hauser

Wings Hauser (born December 12, 1947) is an American actor, director, and film writer.

Life and career[edit]

Hauser was born Gerald Dwight Hauser in Hollywood, California, the son of Geraldine (née Thienes) and Academy Award-winning director and producer Dwight Hauser (1911–1969).[1] His brother is actor Erich Hauser.

In 1975, Hauser released an album for RCA entitled Your Love Keeps Me Off the Streets. For this LP he used the name Wings Livinryte. Hauser first attracted notice in 1977 in the soap opera The Young and the Restless, as Greg Foster. He has appeared in 41 television series, including recurring roles in Beverly Hills 90210, Murder, She Wrote and Roseanne, and a brief cameo as a juror in the season 4 episode "Mr. Monk Gets Jury Duty" of the hit TV series Monk.

In 1983, he wrote the story that became the Paramount box-office hit, Uncommon Valor. Hauser has also appeared in Vice Squad, Deadly Force, No Safe Haven and Tough Guys Don't Dance, and the French movie Rubber,[2] which is directed by French musician Quentin Dupieux.[3]

Hauser has a daughter, Bright Hauser, from his first marriage to Jane Boltinhouse. From his second marriage, to Cass Warner, he has a son, actor Cole Hauser. Wings Hauser is married to actress Cali Hauser. A cult film festival, "The Melbourne Underground Film Festival," held a Wings Hauser retrospective in 2009.



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