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Kiefer Sutherland, best known in recent years as Jack Bauer from the television series '24,' was about 20 when he played bad boy Ace in the 1986 film 'Stand By Me.' He currently stars on the FOX show 'Touch.'
A year later, he portrayed blood-sucking villain David in the cult vampire movie 'Lost Boys' with his 'Stand By Me' co-star Corey Feldman. In 1988, he played Josiah Gordon 'Doc' Scurlock in the hit western 'Young Guns' and reprised his role in its 1990 sequel.
The same year, he starred in the thriller 'Flatliners' with Julia Roberts. The two began dating and Sutherland and his wife of two years, Camelia Kath, divorced. They have one child, Sarah.
Sutherland and Roberts became engaged and were set to marry in 1991, but she called off the wedding and reportedly began dating Sutherland's 'Lost Boys' co-star, Jason Patric.
Sutherland starred alongside 'Flatliners' actor Kevin Bacon, as well as Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson, in the Oscar-nominated film 'A Few Good Men' in 1992. Sutherland reunited with fellow 'Young Guns' actor Charlie Sheen in the film 'The Three Musketeers' the following year. Sutherland later starred in the movies 'A Time to Kill' and 'Dark City.'
Sutherland began starring in '24' in 2001 and won an Emmy for his main role in 2006. The hit spy series ended in 2010 and producers have said that a movie is under development.
In 2007, Sutherland was arrested for drunk driving. He served 48 days in jail for the charge and for violating probation stemming from a 2004 DUI conviction. Also in 2004, Sutherland and his second wife, Kelly Winn, divorced after almost eight years of marriage.
In February 2011, Sutherland made his Broadway debut in a revival of the 1972 play 'That Championship Season,' which also starred Patric and comedian Jim Gaffigan. In March 2011, his new online show, 'The Confession,' aired on Hulu.com.
(Pictured: Kiefer Sutherland appears as Ace in the 1986 movie 'Stand By Me.' / Kiefer Sutherland in a scene from the 2011 online series 'The Confession.')
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