In the issue of Hello! hitting newsstands today, Kiefer talks about his
famous family and his personal journey with typical candour, humour and
charm. Also, Brad Pitt, Hello!'s father of the year, pays a visit to
Montreal; a potential Spice Girls reunion, radiant Canadian actress
Elisha Cuthbert and Prince Harry, in this week's Father's Day Hello!
TORONTO, June 8 /CNW/ - Living in the shadow of celebrated parents isn't
always easy. But for Kiefer Sutherland, 40, whose parents are lauded thespians
Shirley Douglas and Donald Sutherland, it didn't hurt that his career got off
to a distinguished start before he was 20, when he earned a Gemini nomination
for his first major film role, in 1984's The Bay Boy. Now riding a wave of
popularity as federal agent Jack Bauer on the nail-biting Emmy-winning drama
24, Kiefer isn't taking his success for granted. After two failed marriages -
and a famously cancelled engagement to Julia Roberts - the single star opens
up about his teenage daughter, his fears and the price of fame.
Brad Pitt in Montreal
Hello!'s father of the year has been very busy these days. The Hollywood
heartthrob recently spent eight days in Montreal and was spotted out and
about, enjoying a coffee and riding a scooter in the European-flavoured
cosmopolitan city. Brad was in Montreal to film The Curious Case of Benjamin
Button, based on a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald about a 50-year-old man
who ages backwards. Quebecers were thrilled to have the celebrity in their
midst. In fact, Brad hasn't caused this much commotion in Canada since his
visit to Alberta with Angelina at the start of their romance, back in August
Also in this week's Hello!
- Spice Girls: will there be a long-awaited reunion?
- Elisha Cuthbert: the radiant actress moves on from 24 to star in a
string of serious films.
- Prince Harry: in Canada for secret military training, he prepares for
a tour of duty in Afghanistan
With 60-plus years of success, 10 editions around the world and a reach
of more than eight million readers in over 100 countries, Hello! magazine has
been launched in Canada by the country's leading consumer publisher: Rogers
Publishing Limited. The Canadian Hello! presents respectful, up-close and
intimate information on international and national celebrities known and loved
by Canadians. With unparalleled access to celebrities' homes and lives, Hello!
publishes spectacular photographs, as well as exciting lifestyle sections
featuring fashion, decor, food and travel. The U.K. edition of Hello! was
launched in 1988, creating the celebrity magazine marketplace in that country,
and is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Spanish magazine Hola!, which first
debuted in 1944.
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