The mother of ‘Yellowstone’ star Cole Hauser has passed away; here is his heartfelt tribute to her…

Cass Sperling Warner, the actor’s mother, was 76 years old at the time.

The loss of his mother, Cass Sperling Warner, has caused Cole Hauser to be in a state of sorrow.

On Thursday, the Yellowstone actor, who is best known for his role as Rip Wheeler in the critically acclaimed series produced by Paramount, went to Instagram to share the devastating news that his mother had passed away at the age of 76. Hauser paid homage to his mother with a touching message that featured a picture of the two of them posing for a picture while riding horses in the countryside. He did not disclose the reason for why his mother had passed away.

“Her kindness, love, humor and amazing spirit will be missed by not only my family but the world,” he said in the description of the article. “You have had an impact on a great number of people. I have no doubt that you will be seated in the skies, surrounded by all of the great people who have ever walked the world. We are going to get together once again. Farewell for the time being ❤️?

On the photo, the official Yellowstone Instagram account left a remark that said, “We are so sorry for your loss, Cole in particular.” You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

An further statement was sent by Yellowstone actor Dave Annable, who said, “So sorry dear buddy. Greetings and love to you!

On Hauser’s website, it is said that her mother was a filmmaker who was of the third generation. Milton Sperling, a writer and producer who had been nominated for an Academy Award twice, was her father. In addition to being an artist, her mother, Betty Warner Sheinbaum, was also an active politician. It was Harry Warner, Warner’s grandpa, who served as the first president of Warner Bros. and was also one of the company’s entrepreneurs.

Her book, Hollywood Be Thy Name — The Warner Brothers Story, was released in 1993. It was a personal presentation of her family’s strong origins in Hollywood, and it was directed for the Warner Brothers. During the year 2008, she made several changes to the book, including changing the title to The Brothers Warner, which went on to become a smash hit. In the end, the book would serve as the foundation for her feature-length documentary, titled The Brothers Warner, which she not only authored but also produced, narrated, and directed. Dennis Hopper, Samuel Goldwyn Jr., Debbie Reynolds, Roy Disney Jr., and a great number of other people were interviewed for that documentary, which was shown on the Public Broadcasting Service for a number of years.

The Warner family consisted of four children: a boy named Jesse, a daughter named Vanessa, and a daughter named Tao.