February 12, 2013 |
Perhaps they had a change of heart. Actors Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn have put a Pacific Palisades property they bought two years ago on the market at $6.5 million -- minus the house. The couple purchased the lot in early 2011 for $5.7 million, public records show, and razed the existing house and swimming pool. The graded lot of more than half an acre is level and has views of the Getty, Century City and the mountains. Russell, 61, starred in "Touchback" (2011) and will star in the upcoming films “The Fix” and “Bone Tomahawk.” Hawn, 67, gained recognition among television viewers in the late 1960s for her role as a regular and dancer on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In.
December 13, 1989 |
The Big Sisters Guild tribute to Goldie Hawn won't go down in the annals as one of the more glamorous Hollywood affairs. The cavernous Hollywood Palladium makes a hotel ballroom seem cozy, service was interminable, and table favors were tooth whitener and toothbrushes. As for the casual dress code, no one knew just how to interpret it, although Kurt Russell and Chevy Chase both sported the new movie star uniform: white cotton shirts buttoned to the neck, blue jeans, navy blazers and eye glasses.
September 20, 2011 |
It's crowded at the beach. Actors Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have listed their Malibu beach house for $14,749,000 — joining about 50 other homes priced at $10 million or more in the coastal city. Entered through a gated, landscaped courtyard, the Balinese-inspired house backs up to sand dunes and the ocean. The 4,300-square-foot house, built in 1978, was redesigned and renovated in 2005. It has a screening room, an office and a detached guest/meditation room. The master suite features floor-to-ceiling windows and a beachfront balcony for a total of four bedrooms and 4 1/2 bathrooms.
April 23, 1990 |
Goldie Hawn, the go-go dancer who turned a wide-eyed dumb blonde routine into a string of hit movies in the 1970s, is hoping to revitalize her career in the 1990s. "I didn't become a movie star because I made people cry or because I had some incredible romantic persona," Hawn said in an interview in the May issue of Fame magazine. "I came on the scene with an effervescence and a lightness and an ability to elevate spirits, which, by the way, I do not sell short."
January 30, 1987 |
"Watch me. I'm eating to the music." Walter Matthau was indeed chomping on his rye bread in rhythm to the music filling the Century Plaza Ballroom at the dinner honoring Goldie Hawn. There were stars shining at every table--co-stars of Hawn in many of her pictures--Matthau, Warren Beatty, Eileen Brennan. And agents enough to do a hundred films more, since the benefit for the Tel Aviv Foundation paid tribute to the late Stan Kamen, who headed William Morris' entertainment division for many years.
October 19, 1997 |
Sunday "Hope" / 5, 7 and 9 p.m. TNT In her directorial debut, Goldie Hawn has the distinct advantage of working with a very good cast. At the heart of this ensemble is the expressive Jena Malone ("Bastard Out of Carolina") as Lily Kate, a young outcast with a pathetic aunt (Christine Lahti), a hate-filled uncle (J.T. Walsh) and a mother (Mary Elen Trainor) felled by a stroke in the South of the '60s.