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Clint Eastwood is an American actor, director, producer, and politician best known for playing police officers and cowboys in movies.

Clint Eastwood Net Worth, Career, Personal Life!

On the hit television Western series “Rawhide,” Clint Eastwood played cowboy Rowdy Yates, and audiences first encountered the tall, quiet, and gorgeous Clint Eastwood.

From then, he became the mysterious “Man without a Name” squinting in the sun in Sergio Leone Westerns, and the scowling San Francisco investigator in “Dirty Harry” movies presented the iconic conundrum: “Go ahead, make my day.”

These early performances, among others, helped Eastwood establish himself as a cultural icon of machismo and one of the most recognizable film performers of all time. 

Clint Eastwood Net Worth, Career, Personal Life!

Clint Eastwood Net Worth And Assets

Clint Eastwood is worth $375 million. “Any Which Way but Loose” earned Eastwood $12 million. He received a $5 million salary for his “City Heat” performance in 1984. In addition, Eastwood received a $7 million compensation for his performance in “In the Line of Fire” in 1993.

Eastwood owns a surprisingly large collection of properties in California, including a 15,000 square-foot residence in Carmel-by-the-Sea, a 6,136 square-foot villa in Bel Air, and the 1,067 acre Rising River Ranch in Burney, and a 1.5-acre seaside villa in Maui.

Clint Eastwood Net Worth

Clint Eastwood Early Life

Clint Eastwood was raised in San Francisco. When he was born on May 31, 1930, the nurses nicknamed him Samson because he weighed 11 pounds 6 ounces.

During the 1930s, his family frequently relocated due to his father’s jobs on the West Coast. Finally, in the 1940s, the family relocated to an affluent area of Piedmont, California.

Clint was held back in middle school because of poor academic performance. In addition to other disciplinary violations, he was expelled from Piedmont High School for writing an offensive note on the athletic school scoreboard.

He then changed schools to Oakland Technical High School. After graduating high school, Eastwood held jobs including lifeguard, paperboy, grocery clerk, golf caddy, and forest firefighter.

Clint Eastwood Professional Life

Eastwood passed an audition for Universal Studios, was offered a 40-week contract, and scored his first roles in the monster films “Revenge of the Creature” and “Tarantula” in 1955.

Around the 1950s Eastwood secured a few television jobs after his contract with Universal Studios expired, but he also dug swimming pools and worked as a garbage truck driver to sustain himself.

When he was cast as Rowdy Yates in the Western television series “Rawhide,” Eastwood got his big break. He would continue to portray the cowboy for all eight program seasons.

In the 1960s, the actor moved to Italy to star in a string of spaghetti Westerns directed by Sergio Leone, including “A Fistful of Dollars,” and “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” Eastwood played the “Man with No Name” in Sergio Leone’s Westerns, in which James Coburn and Charles Bronson both turned down the part.

Eastwood wore the same sarape in each film and is reported to have never washed it.

Eastwood founded Malpaso Productions in 1967, which would produce his first Western, “Hang ‘Em High,” in 1968. More of Eastwood’s cowboy roles were produced by Malpaso Productions, including “High Plains Drifter” in 1973, “The Outlaw Josey Wales” in 1976, and “Pale Rider” in 1985, as well as Eastwood’s portrayal of real-life prisoner Frank Lee Morris in 1979’s “Escape from Alcatraz.”

Eastwood made his feature film directorial debut in 1971. In 1971, Eastwood directed his debut feature picture, “Play Misty for Me.” Eastwood added “Bird,” a 1988 biography about jazz musician Charlie Parker, to his increasing list of award-winning directorial efforts, followed by the 1992 Western “Unforgiven,” which won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director. 

Eastwood originally played hard-nosed San Francisco detective Harry Callahan in 1971’s “Dirty Harry,” which was followed by the sequels “Magnum Force” in 1973, “The Enforcer” in 1976, and “Sudden Impact” in 1983.

Eastwood made his comedic debut in the 1978 film “Every Which Way But Loose,” co-starring alongside a flamboyant orangutan named Clyde. In 1980, the couple regrouped for a sequel, “Any Which Way You Can.”

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Clint Eastwood Personal Life

Eastwood, who has been divorced twice, has had many casual and serious relationships of varying lengths and intensity throughout his life, many of which have intertwined.

He has eight known offspring from six different women. He engaged in an extramarital relationship during his first marriage with Maggie Johnson, giving birth to a kid who was placed for adoption. Up until their separation in 1984, Johnson allowed the open union.

Eastwood also enjoys jazz — particularly bebop, blues, and western and classical music. He experimented with music earlier than usual, evolving as a boogie-woogie pianist. He had originally planned to pursue a career in music by enrolling for a musicology degree after high school graduation. But it was acting that was inscribed into the stars.

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