Kieran Culkin


'Succession's Season 3 Finale Alone Should Earn Kieran Culkin the Emmy

This year's Emmy nominations have been announced, and Succession’s title was uttered quite a few times — especially in that Best Supporting Actor category. One of Succession’s nominees in the category is first-time nominee, Kieran Culkin, for his role as Roman Roy. Succession is chock-full of knockout performances. And, until this past season, Culkin didn’t necessarily seem like a standout among his peers. Yet when it came to the third season’s jaw-dropping finale, it was clear that Culkin’s performance had reached a new level. Culkin’s understated, but powerfully alive portrayal of Roman Roy should lock him in for the title of 2022 Emmy winner.

According To Kieran Culkin, He Has A Lot Less Work To Do In Succession Scenes With Brian Cox

HBO's hit dramatic series "Succession" would not be a smash success without its incredible main cast. This includes seasoned performer Brian Cox, known for his roles in films like "Manhunter" (1986) and "Braveheart" (1995). Cox has led the ensemble series, which has won no fewer than nine Primetime Emmy awards. The actor gives a gripping performance as Logan Roy, the formidable head of a prestigious family and a global media empire, and the first to speak his praises is his costar Kieran Culkin.

‘Succession’ home made famous by Kieran Culkin asks $25M

This 25-foot-wide, six-story townhouse is where Kieran Culkin’s character, Roman Roy, lived while plotting his family power moves and machinations on HBO’s buzzy “Succession.” In reality, Culkin, 39 — the little brother of “Home Alone” star Macaulay — was kicking up his feet in a one-bedroom apartment in the East Village he’s had since age 19 with his wife, Jazz Charton, and their daughter, Kinsey Sioux. (They’ve since had a second child, a son named Wilder Wolf.) This screen-famous townhouse is in Chelsea, at 357 W. 17th St. — and it’s back on the market for $25 million. Its past pricing...

Amazon Orders Animated Comedy ‘The Hospital’ EP’ed & Starring Maya Rudolph & Natasha Lyonne With Kieran Culkin, Keke Palmer, Greta Lee, Sam Smith

Click here to read the full article. Amazon Studios has handed a two-season order to The Hospital, an adult animated sci-fi comedy from Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne’s Animal Pictures. Rudolph and Lyonne also are set to star in the series, created by Cirocco Dunlap (Russian Doll), along with Kieran Culkin (Succession), Keke Palmer (Alice), Greta Lee (Russian Doll) and singer-songwriter Sam Smith (Spectre). Additional voice cast TBA. Produced by Amazon Studios, The Hospital, which has been in development at Amazon since 2020, will premiere exclusively on Prime Video in more than 240 countries and territories worldwide. 2022 Prime Video Pilots...

Paul Wight Doesn’t Recall Actor Kieran Culkin Throwing a Beer at Him

– AEW talent Paul Wight recently spoke to Shakiel Mahjouri for ET Canada. During the interview, Wight spoke about an incident where actor Kieran Culkin allegedly threw a beer at the wrestler. According to Wight, he doesn’t remember the incident. He stated the following (via Fightful):. “No [he doesn’t...

Kieran Culkin Once Wrestled WWE Star In A Hotel For 40 Minutes

On this week’s Wrestling with Freddie podcast from iHeart Media’s My Cultra Network, AEW Owner & President Tony Khan joined Freddie Prinze Jr. for part two of his appearances. Prinze Jr. disclosed a story to Khan involving Kieran Culkin, star of HBO’s Succession and brother of Macaulay Culkin,...

Kieran Culkin Jokes 'I'm Just Making an Ass of Myself' as He Accepts a 2022 Critics Choice Award

Succession actor Kieran Culkin had some success when he took home the prize for best supporting actor in a drama series at the 27th Annual Critics Choice Awards on Sunday. Culkin beat out his costars Nicholas Braun and Matthew Macfadyen, as well as Billy Crudup (The Morning Show), Justin Hartley (This Is Us) and Mandy Patinkin (The Good Fight) for the award.

Kieran Culkin kisses costar J. Smith-Cameron to celebrate SAG Award Win

Kieran Culkin and J. Smith-Cameron channeled their on-screen chemistry while accepting their Screen Actors Guild award.The 28th Annual SAG awards was full of iconic moments, from Laverne Cox bringing up Jada Smith's entanglements while speaking to the Smiths to Selena Gomez hitting the stage barefoot after an unfortunate fall in her heels (which she handled gracefully). But it was the Succession fandom who ended the night feeling like winners thanks to a sweet moment between two of the show's actors. After it was announced that Succession snagged the award for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a drama series, Culkin...