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Kiefer Sutherland young

Kiefer Sutherland young

Birth Date

December 21, 1966



Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Light Brown

Eye color



5 ft 8.5 in | 174 cm

Kiefer Sutherland young photos


76 kg | 167 lbs


41 in | 104 cm

Shoe size

11 US | 44 EU


35 in | 89 cm

Kiefer Sutherland young tv shows facts best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Kiefer Sutherland was born in London, England, UK, on December 21, 1966, is an Canadian actor. Young Kiefer Sutherland made his big screen debut in the comedy drama film Max Dugan Returns (1983) in role as Bill Costello, opposite his father Donald Sutherland. Kiefer's breakthrough performance came as Donald Campbell in Canadian drama film The Bay Boy (1984), for which he was nominated for Genie Award.

Best Movies

He won an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and two Satellite Awards for his role as Jack Bauer on Fox drama series 24 (2001–2010, 2014).

He portrayed Thomas Adam "Tom" Kirkman in political drama television series Designated Survivor (2016–2019).

He played Martin Bohm in drama television series Touch (2012–2013).

A Few Good Men (1992) thriller drama opposite Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Demi Moore

Dark City (1998) neo-noir science fiction opposite Jennifer Connelly and William Hurt

The Lost Boys (1987) horror comedy with Corey Feldman and Jason Patric

Melancholia (2011) psychological drama science fiction directed by Lars von Trier

Young Guns (1988) western opposite Emilio Estevez, Lou Diamond Phillips and Charlie Sheen

Flatliners (1990) science fiction psychological horror with Julia Roberts and Kevin Bacon

Freeway (1996) crime thriller opposite Reese Witherspoon

The Three Musketeers (1993) action adventure comedy with Charlie Sheen, Oliver Platt and Chris O'Donnell

Phone Booth (2003) neo-noir crime thriller opposite Colin Farrell, Forest Whitaker and Katie Holmes

The Vanishing (1993) psychological thriller with Sandra Bullock and Jeff Bridges

Bright Lights, Big City (1988) drama opposite Michael J. Fox

Taking Lives (2004) psychological thriller with Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke

The Cowboy Way (1994) action comedy crime opposite Woody Harrelson and Dylan McDermott

Flashback (1990) adventure comedy with Dennis Hopper

The Sentinel (2006) crime thriller opposite Michael Douglas, Eva Longoria and Kim Basinger

Eye for an Eye (1996) psychological thriller with Sally Field and Ed Harris

Renegades (1989) action crime opposite Lou Diamond Phillips

Pompeii (2014) romantic historica action with Kit Harington and Emily Browning

Flatliners (2017) science fiction psychological horror in role as Dr. Barry Wolfson


He made his Broadway debut in a play That Championship Season in 2011.

He was married to Camelia Kath (1987-1990), they have one daughter.

He voiced Samson the Lion in The Wild (2006), Gen. Warren R. Monger in Monsters vs. Aliens (2009) and Bosco in Marmaduke (2010).

He dated actress Julia Roberts (1989-1991).

He received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2008.

He was awarded a star on Canada's Walk of Fame in Toronto, Ontario in 2005.

He has a Scottish heritage.

He has a twin sister Rachel Sutherland.

He released a studio album Down in a Hole in 2016.


Youth is an amazing thing: I think back on when we did The Lost Boys, and I didn't think I could do anything wrong.

There's a confidence that comes from youth and not knowing better. But there comes a point, as an actor, when you do know better, and that is when the fear starts.

When we shoot 24, there are so many things I have to worry about, from the script to technical things to my performance, that I don't have a second to be bored or take anything for granted. We produce 24 hours of film a season, which is like making 12 movies.

One of the big draws of the show is here's a guy who is ordinary in a lot of ways but, due to his profession, he's placed in extraordinary situations that he has to make right with action and with thought. That's what is appealing about Jack - he takes charge.

The biggest mistakes I made in my career were when I said, 'If I do this movie, I'll be able to do a couple more movies. ' Those are the times I really got ugly.

I had an unbelievable experience on '24'. We shot 198 episodes, and I was as excited about shooting the 198th as I was the first.