Cole Hauser, who stars in Yellowstone’s TV show, recently talked about how he served his country.
Hauser told CBS in an exclusive interview that he is a part of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, a charity that gives scholarships to children whose parents have died in the military.
He said, “I’m a big fan of second chances. You know, for kids when they lose a family member, it’s a huge loss for them.”
Hauser and his wife Cynthia Daniel have three children. He said, “Maybe it’s just my way of helping. You know, this country, the troops, and the families of the soldiers.”
Daily Mail says that Hauser worked with the organization 20 years ago and that over 1,100 grants have been given out in that time.
Hauser also said that he had worked with Clay Hutmacher and given scholarships to families who had lost a parent who was not in the service.
The actor expressed his desire to continue the legacy of his grandfather, Milton Sperling, who served as a Marine in World War II and later became a prolific producer and screenwriter in Hollywood.
“I think it’s as good as it gets as a human, like just the human element of wanting to help. Just to see somebody go through that moment of grace,” he added.