Kato Kaelin Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Birth NameBrian Kaelin
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Kato Kaelin was born on March 9, 1959 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA as Brian Kaelin. He is known for his work on BASEketball (1998), Pauly Shore Is Dead (2003) and Winners (2014). He was previously married to Cynthia Coulter.

Spouse (1)

Cynthia Coulter (9 July 1983 - 1989) ( divorced) ( 1 child)

Trivia (10)

Oct 1999 - Settled a $15 million libel lawsuit over a headline in the National Examiner that read "Cops Think Kato Did It." Although the paper says "it" meant perjury, the court didn't agree and awarded in the honor of Kaelin.
Was living on the estate of O.J. Simpson when Simpson's ex-wife was murdered.
Testified at the O.J. Simpson Murder trial.
Received most of his popularity during the O.J. Simpson Murder trial.
Has started a lecture tour titled "The 16th Minute", discussing what happened after his 15 minutes of fame. (1998)
Was "best friends" with actor/comedian Norm Macdonald from mid 2000 to mid 2001 according to Macdonald's The Norm Show co-star Artie Lange. Kato Kaelin was even given a guest role on the show. The two had a falling out which ended their friendship.
Shot pilot episode for TV series called "House Guest" in which he stays in other people's houses. In real life, as of May 2002, he does have his own LA townhouse.
In a November 2015 interview by Barbara Walters on American Scandals (2015), Kato stated that he believed O.J. Simpson really was guilty of the double homicide for which he was acquitted.
Has his own clothing line called "Slacker".
Has one child by his now ex-wife Cynthia Coulter. A daughter named Tiffany Elizabeth Kaelin who was born on September 1, 1984 in Los Angeles, California. She has worked as the Editor-In-Chief of Skorch Magazine.

Personal Quotes (2)

I don't like to be known for the OJ trial and now I'm overcoming it. But it's been six years, and I've had a SAG card over 17 years. People should realize that I shot a Coke commercial back in 1986. So, you know, I've been around a long time. I carry my Screen Actors Guild Card. - Interview, 2001
If the Brown and Goldman families wanted to hit O.J. (Simpson) where he lived, instead of suing for $33 million, they might have ordered him to take that money and produce NO PLACE TO HIDE PART 2. That *really* would have been going for his jugular.

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