‘Yellowstone’ Star Cole Hauser Suffers Devastating Loss



Yellowstone actor Cole Hauser, who plays Rip Wheeler in the wildly popular series, has reportedly suffered a tragic loss. On Thursday, the star announced that his mother had passed away in a post made to his Instagram.

Hauser has played his role alongside superstar of Kevin Costner since 2018. The actor said in the tribute post,

It is with a heavy heart that my mother. Cass Sperling Warner passed away at the age of 76. Her kindness, love, humor and amazing spirit will be missed by not only my family but the world.

You have touched so many. I know you will be up in the heavens sitting next to all the great humans that have passed through our earth. We will meet again. Bye for now.

Cole Hauser on Instagram

Hauser’s loss comes just days after Paramount announced that the wildly popular series will be coming to an end after Season 5, devastating the millions of fans who watch the show religiously.

Yellowstone has been a bit of a cultural phenomenon since its release, captivating fans, and willing them into its own universe. Fox News reports on Hauser’s loss,

Many of Hauser’s celebrity friends were quick to show their support in his comments section, with “Game of Thrones” star Jason Momoa commenting two black hearts. “The Help” star Octavia Spencer sent a series of prayer emojis, and singer-songwriter and TV personality Carnie Wilson wrote, “So so sorry for your loss- your Mom.”

“We’re so sorry for your loss, Cole. Sending love to you and your family,” the official “Yellowstone” Instagram page wrote in the comments.

Hauser has been starring alongside Kevin Costner on the hit show “Yellowstone” since 2018, playing fan-favorite character Rip Wheeler. 

It’s clear Hauser’s character wasn’t just a favorite among fans of the show, but also for Warner. The proud mom would often post photos of her son in character from the set of the Western drama, encouraging her followers to watch.

Fox News

Rest in peace!

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