Bad boy Keifer Sutherland is the last cover boy for ‘Men’s Vogue.’ The magazine will be folded into ‘Vogue’ and show up just twice a year.
Kiefer Sutherland hopes his appearance on the cover of ‘Men’s Vogue’ is a good omen following on the heels of his release from prison for a DUI.
Sutherland said his seven weeks behind bars wasn’t as bad as his character’s everyday life in ‘24,’ but it wasn’t a picnic either. Kiefer Sutherland was told he would have a private cell; he didn’t. Then his cellmate was released, only to return.
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