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Overview (3)

Born in Burbank, California, USA
Birth NameClinton Engle Howard
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Clint Howard also had a recurring role in The Andy Griffith Show, as a little boy always dressed in a cowboy outfit and always eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. He never said a word, but was always offering someone a bite. He also had a co-starring role along with a black bear as the owner and friend of Gentle Ben, in that series.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Robert Richards

Spouse (2)

Melanie Sorich (29 October 1995 - present) ( filed for divorce)
? (1986 - 1987) ( divorced)

Trivia (14)

Younger brother of Ron Howard.
He has appeared in 16 films directed by his elder brother Ron Howard: Grand Theft Auto (1977), Night Shift (1982), Splash (1984), Cocoon (1985), Gung Ho (1986), Parenthood (1989), Backdraft (1991), Far and Away (1992), The Paper (1994), Apollo 13 (1995), Edtv (1999), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000), The Missing (2003), Cinderella Man (2005), Frost/Nixon (2008) and The Dilemma (2011).
Attended school at R.L. Stevenson Elementary in Burbank, CA.
Enjoyed golf when not working on a film before getting a hip replacement. Makes snow globes in his free time.
According to MTV's John Norris, his 1998 MTV Movie Awards' "Lifetime Achievement" award legitimized the category, which had, until that year, been somewhat of a joke among the crew of the annual show.
Appeared, in 1966, as a child actor in the third filmed episode of Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) (Star Trek: The Original Series: The Corbomite Maneuver (1966)). In 2002 he appeared as a Ferengi in the latest "Star Trek" series, Star Trek: Enterprise (2001)(Star Trek: Enterprise: Acquisition (2002)).
Brother-in-law of Cheryl Howard.
Along with Majel Barrett, Joseph Ruskin and Jack Donner and Vince Deadrick Sr., he is one of only five actors to appear in both Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) and Star Trek: Enterprise (2001).
He has German, English, Scottish, Irish and remote Dutch ancestry.
Stepson of L.A. Times columnist and playwright Judy Howard.
Reprised his Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) role as "Balok" for a gag during Comedy Central's "Roast of William Shatner".
While he is a conservative Republican, his elder brother Ron Howard is a liberal Democrat.

Personal Quotes (5)

I do not attempt to orchestrate my career. I let God do that. I like horror movies. To me, they are a very legitimate place for an actor to work. It's a great arena for me to experiment, to play a range of different funky characters. I like what I'm doing and I hope it shows on the screen. Acting is a great gig. It pays well, I get to meet some nice people and it allows me to play a lot of golf. I'm a real lucky guy.
People don't realize that doing a horror movie is hard work. You're out there all day screaming your lungs out, breathing in toxic make-up fumes, rolling around in the dirt, getting your eyebrows burned off--it's not like doing a sitcom.
One of my earliest memories is being inside the recording studio and I see the shadow of a figure that looks an awful lot like Walt Disney. Then the door opened and Mr. Disney walked in and said, "Hi Clint". I won't ever forget that.
I had a wonderful time working on [. . . ] Sand Castles (2014). Experiences like this reminds me of why I love acting.
As a conservative, I don't do a lot of talking with my fellow workers about politics. The business is - I don't want to say "infested" but I will - with a lot of liberal-minded people. So when I go to work, I do my job. Away from work, I have a very wonderful group of like-minded friends and we gather and we share values and we get along great.

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