Hudson made his acting debut in the movie Hooper, opposite Burt Reynolds
. After moving to New York and landing a regular part on As the World Turns, he soon secured a recurring role on Aaron Spelling
's Dynasty. This part led to appearances on a number of other Spelling shows, including Hotel, Matt Houston, and The Love Boat. Hudson also landed guest appearances on a number of sitcoms, including Empty Nest, The Facts of Life, and Three's Company. His most recent television appearances include roles on ER, JAG, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Touched by an Angel.
Hudson's film background includes a leading role opposite Patrick Swayze in Road House, and starring roles in numerous independent features, including Serial Killer, opposite Kim Delaney, and The Force, opposite Jason Gedrick and Kim Delaney. He recently completed production on After Alice, opposite Kiefer Sutherland, and Bless the Child, opposite Kim Basinger and Jimmy Smits.
Hudson has also expanded into filmmaking. He produced and starred in the western Cheyenne, produced the erotic thriller Hungry For You, and made his directorial debut with Club VR.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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