Kevin Bacon

Bacon said he still gets a kick out of doing the simpler things in life with his wife.
The actor said he's "just waiting for the call" to star in the beloved film's reboot.
Kevin Bacon shared how he felt after losing most of his fortune in Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
“I think people will be not happy to hear me whining about money,” the actor told podcast hosts Will Arnett, Jason Bateman and Sean Hayes.
The movie, premiering on Peacock, explores a uniquely queer experience through too much literal storytelling, and counters what makes so many genre films great.
“This is a scary movie,” Bacon told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."
The "Call Your Mother" star was at a party back in the day and curiosity got the best of her.
The star told Kelly Clarkson he was so nervous before shooting the scene that he broke out in hives.
Their "corona rules" could not prepare them for what they spotted on their unmade bed.
The actor told Al Roker the Netflix docuseries is "amazing" and that he has his "fingers crossed" for getting cast in a potential film.