Costner was raised in Compton, California, and was born on January 18, 1955, in Lynnwood, California. The second boy, who was the youngest of three, passed away shortly after birth. His father, William Costner, was an electrician who later became an executive at Southern California Edison, and his mother, Sharon Rae (née Tedrick), was a social worker.
In addition to having German ancestry that stretches back to the 17th century and North Carolina, Costner also has English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh ancestry. Being a Baptist, Costner. He did not study in school but took piano lessons, wrote poetry, played soccer, and sang in the First Baptist Church choir. He claimed that the time he spent at age 7 watching the 1963 movie “How to Win the West” “marked” his youth.
He talked about how he “lost a lot of confidence” and had to regularly make new friends during his adolescent years, which he spent moving around California as his father’s profession developed. Then, Costner resided in Visalia. He participated in the marching band at Mt. Whitney High School.
Costner attended Villa Park High School and graduated in 1973 after relocating to Orange County. At Villa Park, he played baseball alongside Dennis Burt. In 1978, he graduated from California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) with a bachelor’s degree in marketing and finance. He joined the Delta Chi fraternity at CSUF and became a brother there.
Yellowstone’s fifth season begins tragically with Monica (Kelsey Asbille) suffering in a vehicle accident while 37 weeks pregnant. Their son John was stillborn as a result of the accident. In this week’s episode, John Dutton is laid to rest by his family during a funeral that includes touching exchanges between Monica and John Dutton (Kevin Costner).
John waited for everyone to leave the funeral in Yellowstone before approaching a distraught Monica. Only Native Americans were present. Having lost a son himself, he sat next to her in the graveyard to comfort her in her grief. Then he began to tell her about his brother, a young child who died too soon but had a perfect existence, knowing only his mother’s love.
Monica has to hear the tale of her son, whose brief but ideal existence was made possible by his mother’s unending love. Monica’s most recent action moved fans, and many responded on social media by crying.
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