Sam Elliot and Katharine Rose have been married since 1984. The couple first worked together in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, although they never had a direct encounter on set.
Katharine had a more significant role in the 1969 film, portraying Etta Place, the companion of the title character.
On the other hand, Sam played a minor character, “Card Player No. 2.”
Things between them turned romantic in 1978 when they were once again working together in The Legacy, in which they played as a couple.
A daughter was born from that marriage, the somewhat mysterious and ill-tempered Cleo Rose Elliot, on September 17, 1984, in Malibu, California.
She grew up in the city and attended the Collin McEwan High School, where she learned to play guitar and flute.
For several years, Cleo also studied at a Santa Monica acting studio.
She was trained in Italian opera, although Cleo once said she preferred hard rock from Nine Inch Nails and Jimi Hendrix.
Not much is known about her personal life, except that she once tried to kill her mother.
10 /10 No More Lies
Cleo Rose Elliot herself is a celebrity, but to a smaller extent than her parents. For her first album, “No More Lies,” released in 2008, she wrote every single song in it but one.
While Cleo doesn’t like opera, she thinks classical tunes offer an effective way to prepare the vocal cords for rock music.
Her modeling began in 2003, with notable appearances in the Malibu Times Magazine. She also is a member of the ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers).
9 /10 Outburst Episode
Despite being a celebrity and the daughter of a Hollywood couple, Cleo has been able to keep her private life out of the limelight.
However, an episode of outburst where she tried to kill her mother in 2011 brought her name back from the safety and confines of closed doors into news media.
Katharine subsequently filed a restraining order against Cleo, requiring the daughter to stay within a safe distance of 100 yards from the mother’s workplace, home, and car.