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20 Amazing Bodies of Taylor Sheridan Shows

Taylor Sheridan has created some of the biggest hits on TV, starring some of TV's most beautiful people. Dive into the secrets behind the impressive physical and mental fitness of the stars from hit series like "Yellowstone," "1883," and "Mayor of Kingstown." Discover how Kelly Reilly, embodying Beth Dutton, embraces nature and yoga for mental clarity, and how Piper Perabo, playing Summer Higgins, adopts a low-maintenance beauty routine. Learn from Jeremy Renner's hydration secrets, and explore Hassie Harrison's journey to self-empowerment. From Faith Hill's and Tim McGraw's work ethic to LaMonica Garrett's fitness regime, each story reveals a unique aspect of these talented actors' lives. Uncover how they balance the demands of their roles with personal growth and wellness, offering insights and inspiration for anyone looking to lead a healthier, more balanced life.


Kelly Reilly


Kelly Reilly plays Beth Dutton on Yellowstone. She took The Telegraph through a typical day in her life. In it, she shared some of her favorite exercises. Reilly says that 8 am, she does, "A long dog walk along the beach. I love hiking and horse-riding, and do yoga occasionally (I'm no Gwyneth Paltrow), more for my mind than anything else."


Piper Perabo


Piper Perabo plays Summer Higgins on Yellowstone. She shared some of her hair and skincare secrets with Into The Gloss. "In my off time, I really go crazy low-maintenance. I rinse my hair with apple cider vinegar, and it takes all the product out. I'll stop dyeing my hair, and my roots come out. I just try and give my body a break: just wash your face, and put on some sunscreen."


Jeremy Renner


Jeremy Renner plays the lead role of Mike McClusky on Mayor of Kingstown. He also plays Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Renner has to stay in shape to play that role, and shared some of his tips with Men's Health. "I'll take something called 'Liquid IV' which has potassium, and electrolytes and things like that. So you only need one of those, and it's worth like four [water bottles]."


Hassie Harrison


Hassie Harrison plays Laramie on Yellowstone. She shared her secrets for self-confidence with Modeliste. "I think the root of empowerment is liking and accepting, all of yourself. From there, you can feel confident about who you are and what you bring to the table. Taking it a step further, you learn how to advocate for yourself and make better choices. Once you master that, you can extend that to advocating for others within your personal and professional community and the world at large. That's what empowerment means to me…so far. I'm sure I will expand on that as I get older and gain more life experience."


Faith Hill


Faith Hill played Margaret Dutton on the miniseries, 1883. She tells New Beauty that she and her husband, Tim McGraw, believe in having a strong work ethic, and have taught their daughters that. "It is very important to us as a family, and the girls have seen that. The one thing we stress is that you don't get things handed to you on a silver platter—you have to work for the things you want. They know it takes hard work. You don't just arrive."


Tim McGraw


Tim McGraw played James Dillard Dutton on 1883. The singer is open about his weight loss process, and talked about it on Instagram. He wrote in this post's caption, "The goal is to get to a place where you can say, without restriction, I accept where I am today. I will start from here.

I'm not big on looking back. I tend to look forward, to focus on tomorrow. To my mind, forgiveness and letting go doesn't mean you suddenly have to love yourself; it's just about accepting that you are a work in progress, not a finished product."


LaMonica Garrett


LaMonica Garrett played Thomas on 1883 and Tucker on Special Ops: Lioness. He shared the secrets behind his impressive six-pack to Muscle and Fitness. "It will be different each day. If I'm doing legs, I'll do core. If I'm doing back, I'll work my core another way. If I'm doing chest, I'll do core another way, so just something with core every day, and diet. You know, abs, or most of it is nutrition in the kitchen, so I just have to modify the way I eat and it helps."


Jennifer Ehle


Jennifer Ehle played Sister Mary on 1923, and Mason on Special Ops: Lioness. She shared what she wants the industry to include more of to Collider. "Intimacy coordinators. That would have made a huge difference to my 90s. That is an extraordinary thing. We now have a number on our SAG card to call if we feel like something needs to be shared. The communication, the dialogue, the sense of how deep this goes in all walks of life, how deep this problem goes, how whenever there's a discrepancy of power people are vulnerable to abuse. I think the awareness of that globally is huge."


Cole Hauser


Cole Hauser plays Rip Wheeler on Yellowstone. He tells People that he makes sure to stay in shape for the role. Hauser said that he's changing his approach to fitness. "Now I'm trying to lean out, so it's really about food and cardio and being able to lift my own weight. That's a big thing for me is just being life strong."


Dawn Olivieri


Dawn Olivieri plays Sarah Atwood on Yellowstone, and played Claire Dutton on 1883. She shared with SELF in 2014 that she likes to workout outside. "I tend to be most inspired to work out within a location that contains something impressive. The mountains, a sunrise, a sunset, a waterfall, the ocean. You can pull energy from them while you do your exercises."


Luke Grimes


Luke Grimes plays leading role Kayce Dutton on Yellowstone. He revealed in an interview that he learned how to horseback ride and do other cowboy things for the role. "It started about two months before we began filming when I got the part. Taylor's really into authenticity, so I was on horseback almost every day."


Kelsey Asbile


Kelsey Asbile plays Monica Long Dutton on Yellowstone. She is also studying Human Rights, and opened up about how people can support women's rights with Numero Magazine. "I always think the first step is educating yourself. And then being mindful of how you can help while also centering the people you advocate for. 'Nothing about us, without us.'"


Josh Holloway


Josh Holloway played Roarke Morris on Yellowstone. He shared his fitness secrets with Men's Journal. "I thought, 'Enough of this letting go and getting it back. Maybe you can't be completely performance-ready all the time, but you can't let it go. You need to stay within striking distance.'"


Hugh Dillon

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Hugh Dillon not only plays Ian Ferguson on Mayor of Kingstown, he helped co-create the show. Dillon is open about his struggles with sobriety, and talked about how having supportive people helped him to The Men's List. "If you don't have people around you that can guide you out of that, it's brutal. I was really lucky. I had family, my wife who loved me and even my manager Bernie Breen."


Emma Laird

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Emma Laird plays Iris on Mayor Of Kingstown. Before acting, Laird was modeling, and developed an eating disorder. She told that picking up acting helped her get through this. "I was in New York about five years ago, and I had a really bad eating disorder. I was slowly coming out of that and I gained a bit of weight, and then my agents told me to lose weight again. I was like, 'I can't do this any more,'" she recalls. "So then, in New York, and not able to get work because I was 'too fat', I had a minute to switch off. So I found this acting school and I went to an open day, and this guy said, 'Yeah there's a spot on this two-month course, but it starts tomorrow.' So I had to move out of this model apartment that day because I couldn't stay there any more. I've never really properly thought about this, or said this, but that acting course… That course really saved me. I went through some really awful shit in the modelling world around that time, and going to those classes and being able to fall in love with something really saved my life."


Zoe Saldana


Zoe Saldana plays the leading role of Joe on Special Ops: Lioness. She talked about how she approaches eating in an interview with Byrdie. "I try to be balanced. I don't like hearing, 'Oh, I'm doing this diet, or I'm doing that diet.' I like when people use words like 'my lifestyle.' When we use the word 'diet,' we're preparing ourselves for a big sacrifice that we know, the older we get, we're going to be too weak to fulfill. We just end up crashing and defeating ourselves. So I like telling myself that I'm not doing a diet, that this is my lifestyle, and I'm choosing to have a balanced meal. I don't like having zero carbs or all protein. I like getting all the nutrition that my body needs so that it can heal itself naturally."


Jill Wagner


Jill Wagner plays Bobby on Special Ops: Lioness. She revealed some of the charities and causes she supports to My Devotional Thoughts. "I support LLS-Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. They do so many good things to support people with cancer and help cure all blood cancers. I also love an organization called The Gentle Barn. The Gentle Barn rescues animals from severe abuse and neglect who are too old, sick, lame, or scared to be adopted into homes. We are a sanctuary to horses, donkeys, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, turkeys, chickens, llamas, peacocks, emus, cats and dogs. Once rehabilitated, the animals help us give hope and inspiration to children with the same stories."


Nicole Kidman


Nicole Kidman plays Kaitlyn Meade on Special Ops: Lioness. She shared some of her skincare secrets with Forbes. Kidman revealed that sunscreen is a big part of her routine. "As someone with very fair skin, I'm very serious about sun protection and have been since I was a kid. I'm so grateful my parents were serious about sun protection when I was a child! Growing up in Australia, we spent so much time at the beach, my parents were always very serious about keeping my skin safe from the sun."


Dave Annable


Dave Annable played Lee Dutton on Yellowstone, and currently plays Neil on Special Ops: Lioness. In an interview with Deadline, he supported the strikes in the entertainment industry. "I'm part of the union and I'm happy to support the union. There are so many crew members and folks that are outta work, that are living paycheck to paycheck right now. It would be lovely to get back to work and get this industry moving again. That being said, it needs to be updated. Times change, things change. Obviously our whole business is changing. In the 20 years I've been doing this, it's sort of night and day how much it's changed. All of the deals need to reflect that."


Laysla De Oliveira

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Laysla De Oliveira plays Cruz Manuelos on Special Ops: Lioness. She shared how she got in shape for the role to Toronto Life. "I was lucky to work with a former Navy Seal named Jared Shaw who was basically responsible for turning me into a badass. Every day, we did an hour of strength training, an hour of weapons training and an hour of stunt training. Before that even started, I did hand-to-hand combat at this gym the studio sent me to in L.A. A lot of rappers go to the same gym, so I ended up training with Wiz Khalifa."

Anna Bechtel
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