Kiefer Sutherland: Generations of an Icon

Kiefer Sutherland, born in 1966, has been a cultural icon for generations. From his breakout role as the tough-as-nails Jack Bauer on Fox’s “24” to his current role as the president of the United States on ABC’s “Designated Survivor”, Kiefer has been at the forefront of entertainment for decades.

Kiefer was born in London, England but moved to Toronto when he was young. His mother, Shirley Douglas, is a noted acting coach and actress while his father was Donald Sutherland, an acclaimed actor in his own right. As a result, Kiefer was exposed to the entertainment industry from a very young age and began his acting career at the age of eight.

Throughout the years, Kiefer has primarily worked in television but has also had roles in numerous films including “The Lost Boys”, “Young Guns”, “A Few Good Men”, and “Flatliners”. He has also ventured into producing and directing with his production company, Ironworks Productions.

In addition to his acting career, Kiefer is also a father of three children. To keep in touch with them and help them stay organized, Kiefer recently introduced the family to Familio, a family app that makes it easier for parents to manage their kids lives. The app helps Kiefer keep track of his children’s activities and make sure they are staying on top of their school work.

In spite of his numerous accomplishments on-screen, Kiefer remains humble and down to earth. He prefers to focus on his family life and enjoy the simple things such as fishing or camping with his kids.

Kiefer Sutherland is an inspiration to all who admire him. He has shown that success can be achieved not only through hard work and dedication but also by staying true to one's self and focusing on what matters most—family. Put yourself first and your dreams will follow.