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Clint Eastwood

Perhaps the icon of macho movie stars, Clint Eastwood has become a standard in international cinema. He was born in 1930 in San Francisco, to Margaret Ruth (Runner), a factory worker, and Clinton Eastwood, Sr., a steelworker. Eastwood briefly attended Los Angeles City College but dropped out to pursue acting. He found bit work in such B-films as ... See full bio »
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Won 4 Oscars. Another 132 wins & 130 nominations. See more awards »

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 1995 Casper
Clint Eastwood (uncredited)
 1973 Breezy
Man at Marina (uncredited)
 1967 The Witches
Carlo (Segment "Sera Come Le Altre, Una")
 1958 Ambush at Cimarron Pass
Keith Williams
 1958 Lafayette Escadrille
George Moseley
 1957 Escapade in Japan
Dumbo Pilot (uncredited)
 1956 Away All Boats
Corpsman (uncredited)
 1956 Star in the Dust
Tom - Ranch Hand (uncredited)
 1956 Never Say Goodbye
Will (uncredited)
 1955 Tarantula
Jet Squadron Leader (uncredited)
 1955 Lady Godiva of Coventry
First Saxon (uncredited)
 1955 Francis in the Navy
 1955 Revenge of the Creature
Jennings (uncredited)
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Super Bowl TV commercial, appearance in, and narration of the two-minute half time advertisement for Chrysler entitled "Half Time in America". See more »

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13 Biographical Movies | 30 Print Biographies | 26 Interviews | 64 Articles | 20 Pictorials | 49 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

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6' 4" (1.93 m)

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My involvement goes deeper than acting or directing. I love every aspect of the creation of motion pictures and I guess I'm committed to it for life. See more »


Gained popularity with his first three major films, A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) (which weren't released in America until 1967-1968). Soon afterwards Jolly Films (which produced A Fistful of Dollars (1964)) came out with a film called "The Magnificent Stranger", which was actually two episodes of Rawhide (1959) edited ... See more »


His characters have a new "trademark expression" in each movie. The same character (e.g., Dirty Harry) will have a different one in each movie. See more »

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