Kevin Costner gained renewed fame with his role in Paramount’s hit Western series, Yellowstone.
He won a Golden Globe Award for portraying John Dutton, the patriarch of the Yellowstone Ranch.
Despite the show's success, Costner's father initially opposed his involvement in the ruthless role.
Yellowstone, created by Taylor Sheridan, explores familial and political drama on the ranch.
Costner, known for Dances With Wolves, found a resurgence in the neo-Western genre.
The show received critical acclaim, earning Costner an SAG nomination and a Golden Globe.
Costner announced his departure after the fifth season, citing a desire to film Horizon: An American Saga.
Legal issues arose as he contested a reduced offer for his participation in the final season.