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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 13 January 1935Maysville, Kentucky, USA
Birth NameNicholas Joseph Clooney
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Nick Clooney was born on January 13, 1935 in Maysville, Kentucky, USA as Nicholas Joseph Clooney. He is an actor and writer, known for Moments to Remember: My Music (2006), Cincinnati: Just Around the Corner (2003) and Golden Anniversary (1995). He has been married to Nina Warren since August 13, 1959. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Nina Warren (13 August 1959 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (15)

Father of actor George Clooney and Adelia "Ada" Clooney Zeidler.
Anchored evening news in Cincinnati, Ohio while still living in his home state of Kentucky. At the time of George's birth, worked as air personality on Lexington, Kentucky station WKYT, hosting Saturday afternoon dance party and Saturday night horror movie.
Middle brother of singers and actresses Rosemary Clooney and Betty Clooney.
He was the on-air host for AMC (American Movie Classics) for five years.
Uncle of actor Miguel Ferrer, actor Rafael Ferrer, artist Gabriel Ferrer, Monsita Ferrer, Maria Providencia Ferrer, Cathi Campo, Dr. Carlos Campo, Rosemary Cari Campo (aka Cari Leary), and Cristina Maria Campo (aka Cristina Stretz).
Has a younger half-sister, Gail Stone.
Former brother-in-law of José Ferrer.
Brother-in-law of Dante DiPaolo.
Uncle-in-law of Debby Boone and Terry Botwick.
Postponed his scheduled congressional campaign debates to grieve and deal with the sudden death of his son-in-law Norman Monroe Zeidler, who died from a heart attack at age 47. [October 2004]
As a Democrat, he ran in Northern Kentucky's 4th Congressional District against Republican Geoff Davis.
Has two grandchildren, Allison Zeidler and Nicholas (Nick) Zeidler, from his daughter Adelia (Ada) Clooney's marriage with Norman Zeidler.
Announced that he would run for Congress from a district in northern Kentucky. [November 2003]
Distinguished Journalist-in-Residence at American University in Washington, D.C. [August 2008]
While hosting movies for a Cincinnati television station he was able to point to the parking lot scene in The The High Cost of Loving (1958) where he said hello in passing to Jose Ferrer, who was then his brother-in-law.

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