Known from movies
|Date of birth||March 14, 1951|
|Husband||David Hayball, Kurt Russell|
|Fact||Older sister of Whip Hubley.|
Who is Season Hubley?
Susan Hubley was born on March 14, 1951 in New York City, USA. A retired singer and actress, she is perhaps best known for her four-year marriage to actor Kurt Russell. She was very active in the entertainment industry from the 1970s to the 1990s.
The wealth of Season Hubley
As of the beginning of 2020, Susan Hubley’s net worth is estimated to be over $4 million, largely earned through a successful acting career that spanned more than three decades.
Actress SEASON HUBLEY turned 66 today. Steadily active in supporting roles throughout the late 1970s, she played…
She had numerous major projects both in movies and television during this period, especially in television movies which brought her a steady income.
Early life and career beginnings
Season grew up alongside three siblings in New York City, the daughter of an entrepreneur and writer. At a young age, she developed an interest in pursuing an acting career, similar to her brother Whip Hubley. She began appearing in television projects in 1972, with the films “She Lives!” and “The Partridge Family”. During this time she also made several cameo appearances, one of her most notable early appearances was as Salina Magee in “Family”.
She also appeared in the television movie “Elvis”, which was nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards and a Golden Globe Award, one of the few projects she worked on with Kurt Russell. She also had a few film projects, including a starring role in “The Lolly-Madonna War” based on Grafton’s novel of the same name. She also worked on ‘Hardcore’ and ‘Catch My Soul’, an adaptation of the play of the same name, but it was not a very successful film.
Acting Work Until Retirement
As the 1980s progressed, Hubley consistently received work, both in minor and notable roles.
In 1985 she was cast as Alany Fontana in “The key to Rebecca”, is a film based on the novel of the same name by Ken Follett that gained international popularity. She also played a small role in “Tomorrow’s a Killer”, a Canadian-American co-production, and also worked on the film adaptation of the children’s novel “Caddie Woodlawn”, an award-winning novel written by Carol Ryrie Brink. She also went on to work in television movies, such as ‘The Three Wishes of Billi Grier’, ‘Christmas Dove’ and ‘A Caribbean Mystery’ from Agatha Christie’s popular novel adapted for television.
In the 1990s, her consistency continued with the show “Blue Skies” that aired on CBS. She also appeared in “Unspeakable Acts”, “No One Would Tell”, and “Humanoids from the Deep”. One of her most notable roles during the latter part of her career was on the soap opera “All My Children”, one of the longest running shows in the US, playing the role of Angelique Voynitheva Marick on the soap opera. Two of her latest film projects were ‘Kiss the Sky’ and ‘Stepfather III’.
Ex-husband – Kurt Russell
Growing up in Springfield, Massachusetts, Kurt performs like royalty with his father Bing Russell, known for his work in the entertainment industry.
At a young age, he followed in his father’s footsteps in pursuing a professional baseball career, which his father did before transitioning into acting. He attended Thousand Oaks High School and after his matriculation exam began his acting career. He also served six years in the California Air National Guard.
He started his career in several television projects, before landing his first starring role in “The Travels of Jaimie McPheetersplaying the titular character – the show was based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name. He then worked on shows like “The Fugitive” and “The Virginian”.
Kurt was the final name written by Walt Disney before he died, and this led him to work on the movie “Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color” portraying Private Willie Prentiss. He then starred in the movie “Fools’ Parade”, before later working on “The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Brand”.
Kurt Russell’s success
In the 1970s, Kurt was Disney’s top star and continued to make prominent appearances as the years progressed. In 1983, he had a supporting role in the movie “Silkwood” which received critical acclaim for his performance, leading to a Golden Globe Award. He also often teamed up with John Carpenter, appearing in various anti-hero roles as seen in “The Thing”, “Escape from New York” and “Escape from LA”.
In 1986, he had a role in ‘Big Trouble in Little China’ in which he starred alongside Dennis Dun; the film was a box office failure, but has since become a cult classic.
Russell’s successful career has continued over the decades with projects such as ‘Tango & Crash’, ‘Backdraft’ and ‘Miracle’. In 2015, he appeared in the Quentin Tarantino movie “The Hateful Eight”, which also starred Samuel L. Jackson and Tim Roth, and in 2017, he starred in the movie “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, based on the superhero team of the same name from Marvel. One of his latest projects is the film “Once upon a time in Hollywoodanother collaboration with Quentin Tarantino, also starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie.
Season began a relationship with Kurt Russell after meeting on the set of “Elvis”, which led to their marriage in 1979. They had one child and remained together until they had one parting in 1983. Nine years later, she married David Hayball and their union lasted two years but also ended in divorce. Since then, there have been no reports of new relationships coming her way. Her former husband Russell, on the other hand, married actress Goldie Hawn and they have been together ever since. Season’s retirement from acting was abrupt in the 1990s, as she was still doing consistent work in the profession. One of the possible reasons she left the career was to settle down and focus on expanding her family, which may have happened, though it has never been confirmed.
|First and last name||Season Hubley|
|Date of birth||March 14, 1951|
|Birthplace||New York City, New York, United States|
|Husband||David Hayball, Kurt Russell|
|Parents||Grant Shelby Hubley, Julia Kaul Paine|
|Brothers or sisters||Whip Hubley, Sally Hubley|
|Movies||Escape from New York, Hardcore, Vice Squad, Elvis, Lolly-Madonna XXX, Catch My Soul, Stepfather III, Child in the Night, A Caribbean Mystery, Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror, No One Would Tell, Acts Unspeakable , Caddy Woodlawn, The Key to Rebecca, SST: Death Flight, Kiss the Sky, The Three…|
|TV shows||Family, love of life, blue skies|
|pinball||1999||TV serials||Sarah Gorban|
|Kiss the sky||1998||Bet|
|Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror||1998||Video||Lilly’s mother|
|Beverly Hills, 90210||1998||TV serials||Mrs. Evans|
|Humanoids from the deep||1996||TV movie||Timmy’s mother|
|No one would tell||1996||TV movie||Rita Thompson|
|South of sunset||1993||TV serials|
|All my children||1992||TV serials||Angelique Voynitzheva Marick|
|Stepfather III||1992||TV movie||Jennifer Ashley|
|Steel Justice||1992||TV movie||Gina Morelli|
|Total exposure||1991||Andrew Robinson|
|CBS School Break Special||1991||TV serials||Barbara McBride|
|Remnant of honor||1990||TV movie||Marilyn|
|Child in the night||1990||TV movie||Valerie|
|Murder she wrote||1990||TV serials||Marla Bryce|
|Unspeakable actions||1990||TV movie||Jackie Harrison|
|Caddy Woodlawn||1989||Harriet Woodlawn|
|Blue sky||1988||TV serials||Annie Pfeiffer Cobb|
|Shakedown on the Sunset Strip||1988||TV movie||Officer Audre Davis|
|The hitchhiker||1987||TV serials||Miranda|
|Steele Justice||1987||not mentioned|
|Tomorrow is a killer||1987||Heather Todd|
|Christmas Eve||1986||TV movie||Melissa|
|Under the influence||1986||TV movie||Ann Talbot Simpson|
|Alfred Hitchcock presents||1985||TV serials||Lena Trent|
|The twilight zone||1985||TV serials||Carol Shelton (segment “Little Boy Lost”)|
|The key to Rebecca||1985||TV movie||Elena Fontana|
|Billy Grier’s Three Wishes||1984||TV movie||Phyllis|
|London and Davis in New York||1984||TV movie||Claudia London|
|Fox Mystery Theater||1984||TV serials||Cor Berlaine|
|A Caribbean mystery||1983||TV movie||Molly Kendall (as Season Húbley)|
|Escape from New York||1981||Girl in Chock Full O’Nuts|
|Daughter of Mrs R||1979||TV movie||Ellie Pruitt|
|Elvis||1979/I||TV movie||Priscilla Presley|
|Change||1978||TV Miniseries||Tanja Berenson|
|visions||1977||TV serials||Sarah Blakemore|
|Family||1976-1977||TV serials||Salina Magee|
|Koyak||1977||TV serials||sister Mary|
|West Side Medical||1977||TV serials||Nan Cousins|
|SST: Flight of Death||1977||TV movie||Anna Redding|
|Starsky and Hutch||1977||TV serials||Terry Roberts|
|Good heavens||1976||TV serials||Nancy|
|The rookies||1975||TV serials||Kim Owens|
|kung fu||1974||TV serials||Margaret Kingsley McLean|
|The healers||1974||TV movie||Anne Kilmer|
|Catch my soul||1974||Desdemona|
|She lives!||1973||TV movie||Pam Rainey|
|Lollipop Madonna XXX||1973||Ronnie Gill|
|The partridge family||1972||TV serials||The Princess Jennie|
|Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band||1972||TV movie||Bobby Joe|
|Koyak||1977||TV series performer – 1 episode|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2000||Documentary about the TV series||herself|
|The filmmakers||1973||Documentary short||herself|