Clint Eastwood Net Worth

Clint Eastwood Net Worth is
$400 Million

Clint Eastwood Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Clint Eastwood net worth is estimated at $375 million and lately there have already been quite a bit of rumor the star is going to lose at least half of it. It is because Clint is attempting to escape from his 17-year-long union as well as the divorce procedure hasn’t yet been summarized yet. What’s likely to occur to Clint Eastwood net worth after the legal process? It is a fascinating issue and we will handle it just a little bit later. But for the time being, let us concentrate in the professional career of the renowned actor, director, producer and composer.

As an actor, he’s famous for the characters on Sergio Leone’s spaghetti Westerns and Dirty Harry films, which were produced during the 70s and 80s. These films played an important part in turning Eastwood into a cultural icon of maleness. In popular imagination, his face will be connected with a typical macho man. But it appears like union and following divorce will not be as rewarding for Dina and as dangerous for Clint Eastwood net worth as we’ve anticipated. Seemingly, the couple has signed a premarital agreement.

As a director, Eastwood debuted with Play Misty for Me and went on to create assortment of other movies until obtaining worldwide critical acclaim with all the film Unforgiven. Another film to garner him a few Academy Awards was Million Dollar Baby (for the Best Picture as well as the most effective Director). Eastwood was likewise nominated for Oscars for the films Mystic River and Letters from Iwo Jima. Naturally, throughout his life this film expert has additionally garnered assortment of accolades besides Academy Awards, but when I attempted to identify all of them, the list would likely take up the space of three posts. Therefore, I’ve decided to mention only Oscars, which are regarded as the most esteemed awards of all. Speaking in regards to the films that made the largest contribution to the total Clint Eastwood net worth (inflation corrected), I must mention Every Which Way But Loose(1978) and its sequel, Any Which Way You Can (1980).

Clint Eastwood Net Worth $375 Million Dollars

Full NameClint Eastwood
Net Worth$400 Million
Date Of BirthMay 31, 1930
Place Of BirthSan Francisco, California, United States
Height6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
ProfessionActor, Film director, Film Producer, Politician, Composer, Pianist, Film Score Composer, Television producer, Businessperson, Investor
EducationPiedmont Middle School, Los Angeles City College, Piedmont High School, Oakland Technical High School
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseDina Eastwood (m. 1996–2014), Maggie Johnson (m. 1953–1984)
ChildrenScott Eastwood, Francesca Eastwood, Kyle Eastwood
ParentsClint Eastwood, Margaret Ruth Runner
SiblingsJean Eastwood
PartnerChristina Sandera
NicknamesClinton Eastwood, Jr. , Samson , Clint , Clinton Eastwood Jr. , Clinton "Clint" Eastwood Jr , Clinton "Clint" Eastwood Jr. , Clinton "Clint" Eastwood, Jr.
AwardsGolden Globe Awards and People’s Choice Awards, an American Film Industry(AFI), Satellite Award for Best Song, Lifetime Achievement Award, the Lumière Award (2009), Oscars for Best Picture and Director
NominationsAcademy Awards, the Best Original Score
Movies"Sully" (2016), “Mystic River”, “Letters from Iwo Jima”,"Mystic River", "Million Dollar Baby", "The Bridges of Madison County"(1995), "Jersey Boys"(2014), “Mystic River”, “Letters from Iwo Jima”
TV ShowsMrs. Eastwood & Company, Rawhide
Star SignGemini
1His films often feature misguided but well meaning younger characters who are mentored by older characters
2Recurring pattern of his characters is having an unloaded gun or one that misfires.
3Often plays characters who are consumed by regrets over past mistakes and are given one chance to redeem themselves
4His scowl
5His films are often period pieces with a strong attention to detail
6Many of his films show at least one variation of sexual assault
7Deadpan delivery of one-liners
8Often breaks unexpectedly into a warm smile
9Unmistakable authoratative rasping (sometimes hissing) voice
10Narrow eyes and towering height
11The lead characters in his movie are often outsiders with a dark past they prefer not to remember
12Known on-set as a director for filming very few takes and having an easy shooting schedule. Tim Robbins once said that when working on Mystic River, Eastwood would usually ask for only one take, or two "if you were lucky", and that a day of filming would consist of starting "no earlier than 9 a.m. and you leave, usually, after lunch."
13Frequently uses shadow lightning in his films
14During the credits at the end of his movies, the camera will move around the location it was filmed in, after which there will be freezeframe for the rest of the credits.
Hereafter (2010)$6,000,000
Invictus (2009)$6,000,000
In the Line of Fire (1993)$7,000,000
Heartbreak Ridge (1986)$10,000,000
Pale Rider (1985)$6,000,000
City Heat (1984)$5,000,000
Tightrope (1984)$5,000,000
Sudden Impact (1983)$30,000,000 (includes salary and 60% of all profits)
Every Which Way But Loose (1978)$16,000,000 (after 15% take from the gross)
Kelly's Heroes (1970)$1,000,000
Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970)$750,000
Paint Your Wagon (1969)$600,000
Where Eagles Dare (1968)$850,000
Coogan's Bluff (1968)$1,000,000
Hang 'Em High (1968)$400,000 + 25% of gross
Le streghe (1967)$20,000
Il buono, il brutto, il cattivo (1966)$250,000 + 10% of Western Hemisphere profits
Per qualche dollaro in più (1965)$50,000
Per un pugno di dollari (1964)$15,000
Rawhide (1959)$700 per episode (season 1)
Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)$750
The First Traveling Saleslady (1956)$750
Star in the Dust (1956)$75
Francis in the Navy (1955)$300
1[in the early 70s] I'm number one at the box office, but Hollywood considers me a bore.
2For years I bummed around trying to get an acting job. They told me my voice was too soft, my teeth needed capping, I squinted -- all that tearing down of my ego. If I walked into a casting office now, a stranger, I'd get the same old crap. But now I'm Clint Eastwood.
3[asked for the secret to a lasting marriage, 1971] We don't believe in togetherness. We've stayed together by staying apart.
4I'm not a person who pre-plans life.
5My dad was always talking about retiring and sitting next to a stream with a couple of beers in his hand. Sounds like a commercial - but it's not for me!
6I'm in the entertainment business, NOT in the business of trying to shape social opinions.
7Sometimes I think I disappoint people by not being more like the characters I play in the movies. But who wants to be those guys? The best kind of fan is the one who tells you he loved your film and then, boom, is off.
8I guess I'm just a bum and a drifter by nature. I don't think of myself as a "star." I don't have any image of myself.
9In some ways I know I didn't live up to my parents' hopes. It was a long time before I wanted to go to college--but in some ways I surpassed my parents' hopes.
10The main thing is not how long you're on the planet, but the quality you have while you're here.
11Marriage is not just about 'love.' It's about 'like' as well.
12I am very well mannered, and that, believe it or not, stands me in very good stead.
13I can get into the nostalgia thing sometimes, but to me the good old days are right now.
14[in GQ magazine, October 2011] I don't give a fuck about who wants to get married to anybody else! Why not?! We're making a big deal out of things we shouldn't be making a deal out of ... Just give everybody the chance to have the life they want
15I think I'm reasonably intelligent.
16I'm just doing a job, I'm just in the entertainment business doing the kinds of films that appeal to me. You've got to keep that in perspective. Fame is fleeting.
17My appeal is in the characters I play. A superhuman type character who has all the answers, is double cool, exists on his own without society or the help of society's police forces. A guy sits in the audience. He's twenty-five years old and he's scared stiff about what he's going to do with his life. He wants to have that self-sufficient thing he sees up on the screen.
18[asked on the red carpet at The Bridges of Madison County (1995) premiere if he thinks men become sexier with age] That's in the eyes of the beholder. I know nothing about how men become sexy because men aren't sexy to me, so I really don't know.
19The important thing to remember about women is that they're a lot smarter than men and they don't play fair.
20I think women like to see other women put down when they're out of line. They have a dream of the guy who won't let them get away with anything. And the man in the audience is thinking, 'That's how I'd like to handle it--cool and assured, knowing all the answers.' He wants to be a superhero.
21I was a bit of a screw-up, a loner.
22Follow what you think. You want to do something? Just do it the best you can. Not everyone makes something phenomenal, but at least you can fail on your own terms.
23[on the contemporary superhero craze in Hollywood] Thank God that I didn't have to do that. [...] I always liked characters that were more grounded in reality. Maybe they do super things or more-than-human things - like Dirty Harry, he has a knack for doing crazy things, or the western guys - but, still, they're not caped crusaders.
24[on taking nootropics] You can actually feel a difference and see a difference in yourself. I'm not necessarily interested in extending life. To me, what seems most intriguing is just keeping the quality of your life up as long as fate decrees that you'll be here on the planet.
25When I was growing up in the '30s and '40s, kids were a lot more active than they are today. We didn't have television, we certainly didn't have computers, so you came home from school and then went out to play with the other kids in your neighborhood. You didn't have to be a varsity athlete to get into a game of pickup basketball or football or to take a bat, ball and glove out to an empty lot for a game of flies-and-grounders.
26I am a junior, and all my younger life I was called Sonny or Junior, and I think a kid deserves his own name.
27One of the most important things in life is feeling good about yourself. And when you're in decent shape, when you like the way your body looks and feels and your energy levels are at their highest, it's a lot easier to feel good about yourself.
28What's one great thing about a theater is it's got an exit.
29100 years from now and more, people will look back on this generation of films, and the guy who will standout more than anyone else will be Tom Cruise.
30I don't have any great pickup lines. I was never an extrovert, so I always had to have someone meet me halfway. If she was interested, we'd come together, and if not ... When I became a movie actor and became well-known, it took care of itself. Maybe that's why I became an actor.
31You're as young as you feel. As young as you want to be. There's an old saying I heard from a friend of mine. People ask him, "Why do you look so good at your age?" He'll say, "Because I never let the old man in." And there's truth to that. It's in your mind, how far you let him come in.
32[on Barack Obama] He doesn't go to work. He doesn't go down to Congress and make a deal. What the hell's he doing sitting in the White House? If I were in that job, I'd get down there and make a deal. Sure, Congress are lazy bastards, but so what? You're the top guy. You're the president of the company. It's your responsibility to make sure everybody does well. It's the same with every company in this country, whether it's a two-man company or a two-hundred-man company...
33I don't know what I am. I'm a little of everything.
34Secretly everybody's getting tired of political correctness, kissing up. That's the kiss-ass generation we're in right now. We're really in a pussy generation. Everybody's walking on eggshells. We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren't called racist. And then when I did Gran Torino (2008), even my associate said, "This is a really good script, but it's politically incorrect." And I said, "Good. Let me read it tonight." The next morning, I came in and I threw it on his desk and I said, "We're starting this immediately."
35When I used to be a contract player in 1954 at Universal, I wasn't getting good roles. I was getting one-liners, and then I'd be gone. But I'd hang around; I'd watch guys. And when I had days off, which was most days, I'd go down and watch other sets while they were shooting. Watch Joan Crawford or whomever. Just watch how they worked and how the director handled them. I didn't know anything about making movies, and there's a lot to learn.
36[asked by British interviewer Ginny Dougary why so many women had his babies] Well, sometimes -- ughh . . . arghh . . . I . . . I don't . . . ahh . . . know why it is that I'm any more of a sire than anyone else. Um . . . er . . . something to do with the genes, I guess.
37Who's Barbara Walters?
38[on Roxanne Tunis and Kimber Eastwood, as quoted in "The Good, the Bad, and the Very Ugly"] I give them a few thousand here and there, but I always give it in cash so they can't prove anything. Besides, Kimber is listed as a dependent on her stepfather's tax returns; she's not a dependent of mine. Legally, I'm not responsible.
39There's a bar I used to go to on Sunset Boulevard that was a straight bar that's now a gay bar. I think I went into it once some years later, and I looked around and said, 'Oh, yeah, it's a gay bar.' I still finished my beer.
40[on his dissatisfaction with his diminishing role in the "Dollars" trilogy] In the first, I was just about alone. Then there were two of us. And now are three of us. If it goes on like this I'm going to end up in a detachment of cavalry.
41Too many directors don't know what the hell they're doing. They'll do multiple takes on scenes and try out different angles and lighting. I don't like that. If you can't see it yourself straight away, you shouldn't be a director.
42[on John Ford] I remember seeing Stagecoach (1939) as a kid when it first came out. Ford had an influence on me subconsciously, and I watched it in a dark theatre with my knees up. Sometimes twice in a row. There's something about the way he approached the subject that broke down clichés of the era. I think he was always trying to make social statements in his movies, and with Stagecoach he used the western to do it efficiently.
43As soon as I read that line in the script, "Go ahead make my day", I knew audiences would love it.
44Films can go overboard on violence but the Dirty Harry films don't. We don't use slow motion violence for instance, or lingering blood squirts. Also, Harry Callahan is an honorable man and a hero to middle America. I'd question films like Taxi Driver (1976) where the hero is mentally ill.
45I am concerned about violence in films. In 1992, when I did Unforgiven (1992), which is a film that is very anti-violence and very anti-gun, I remember that Gene Hackman was concerned about it too. And we both discussed how much violence in films has escalated since Dirty Harry (1971) and other movies I made.
46Sergio Leone loved long stories and long pictures. To me, I don't mind a long picture if you've got a lot of story. But if you're just making a long movie to just show off more production value, I think you can edit some of that stuff down. That's where he and I would differ.
47[on marriage] I haven't exactly been successful at it, but I made a couple of attempts. I've had moments of success interrupted by moments of satyr. Shelley Berman used to say that. I admire people who can accomplish and do it, but it's very difficult in today's society, because there are so many things pulling at people. People gain different interests as time goes by, so they decide that they want to try something else. You have to keep trying! You don't want to give up and be so cynical that, you say, 'Never!' But, maybe, at my stage in life, there's a silver act. Never say never.
48[December 2014] I just went through a period where my DNA was in demand for a while. I think that's all ended-but, you never know!
49[if he could give advice to his younger self] He was never a smart kid. I was a slow learner, so I'd say speed up the process a bit-and maybe practice a little more!
50I've waited all my life for a woman like Dina. She is bright, funny, independent. It's fate that I met her when I was in my sixties. I'd love to have been with her 20, 30 years ago and I would have settled down much sooner. I spent my twenties and thirties being angry, then my forties and fifties being disappointed. It's only in the last part of my life that I've learned to be happy.
51I'm not good in big crowds. I prefer smaller, one-to-one nights out, which is why I've never been single. I like the company of women, but I do go for longer-term relationships than flings. The best things to come of all those relationships are my children.
52In the past I have been with women who wanted more from me than I was ever willing to give. I was probably not as attentive as I could have been. I can be selfish and some of the women didn't have a good idea of their self. They wanted me to mould them and I just can't do that.
53[April 2010] I planned on not working at this time in my life, but I am enjoying working more now than I ever have. I have been lucky enough to work in a profession I really like and I figure I will continue until somebody hits me over the head.
54[January 1962] There has to be something for me beyond western roles, which rarely give you a full feeling of acting accomplishment. Have you ever heard of a western star being called an actor's actor? I'll bet not!
55I like Italian movies. I was frequently there in the '60s, in Rome and the vicinity. It was a great period in life. I was very influenced by their stuff.
56Everybody has certain things they wish they hadn't done in life. They wish they hadn't kicked their dog when they were ten or something.
57I've been through my womanizer part of my life. There was a point when it was an illness, just compulsive, but that's behind me now. I've never considered myself addicted to anything, but if I was, that was it.
58[speaking in 2007 about troubled actress June Fairchild] My heart sank when I heard of what had become of June. There are organizations that can help her but I'm sure she could also use a friendly face right now. I'd really like to meet her.
59I kind of make a film for myself to sort of express myself.
60Why am I a star? It can't be because of looks.
61When I was a kid, I thought movies just came from air. I thought they just appeared.
62I love stories about women.
63I always thought of myself as a character actor. I never thought of myself as a leading man.
64Plagiarism is always the biggest thing in Hollywood.
65[characterizing his relationship with Roxanne Tunis] It didn't mean anything; it was just an affair. I was young and . . . anyway she was a stand-in and extra on the show, and she was really crazy about me, and always hanging out in my dressing room.
66It's much more fun to play something you're nothing like than what you are... It's much easier to hide yourself in a character.
67I grew up with J. Edgar Hoover. He was the G-man, a hero to everybody, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation was the big, feared organization. He was ahead of his time as far as building up forensic evidence and fingerprinting. But he took down a lot of innocent people, too.
68My grandfather lived to be late 90s on one side and on the other side, 70s or something. And my father died young, at 63. But he didn't take very good care of himself.
69[on home pornography] The ultimate turn-on.
70I was always respectful of people who were deeply religious because I always felt that if they gave themselves to it, then it had to be important to them. But if you can go through life without it, that's OK, too. It's whatever suits you.
71[answering David Letterman's declarative question, "You have seven children?"] Uh, at least.
72Crimes against children are the most heinous crime. That, for me, would be a reason for capital punishment because children are innocent and need the guidance of an adult society.
73Alfred Hitchcock once told me, when I was analyzing a lot of things about his pictures, 'Clint, you must remember, it's only a movie.'
74[in 1975 on Sondra Locke] I never knew I could love somebody so much, and feel so peaceful about it at the same time.
75I tried being reasonable, I didn't like it.
76Every movie I make teaches me something. That's why I keep making them.
77[on director Arthur Lubin] We spent a lot of time together, traveled together. He liked me a lot; got me into the talent program at Universal, gave me a lot of breaks. Bought me some nice clothes, too. That's when people started wondering about us!
78[on misrepresentation of his early work] My parts ranged from one-liners to four-liners, but to look at some of the billings in TV Guide these days, you'd think I co-starred in those films.
79[about Patrick McGilligan's unauthorized biography of him, 2002] I don't know if this is the same book that came out in England, but if it is, it's just very factually inaccurate. He has me involved with women I've never met and attending schools I've never gone to - and there was a photograph supposedly of me that wasn't me. The stories about my father weren't true. There were incidents described that never took place; I've never broken a window with a ball peen hammer in my life. If you can't even get the little stuff right, then how are you going to get the big stuff right? But I don't want to talk about it too much, because I hate even giving it credence. It's a very mean-spirited book. I don't care if you write something bad about me, as long as it's true. I'm not Mr. Evangelical Pure-as-the-snow. I just want the true (stories) out. They're fair game. But when they're made up, they're not fair game.
80[press statement in response to claims made by ex-significant other Sondra Locke, 4/27/89] I adamantly deny and deeply resent the accusation that either one of those abortions or the tubal ligation were done at my demand, request or even suggestion. As to the abortions, I told Locke that whether to have children or terminate her pregnancies was a decision entirely hers. Particularly with regard to the tubal ligation, I encouraged Locke to make her own decision after she had consulted with a physician about the appropriateness of and the necessity for that surgical procedure.
81[to Steve Kroft, why he refuses to say how many children he has] Well, 'cause I - you - they're - there are other people that are involved there and they're vulnerable people. I can protect myself, but they can't.
82My father used to say to me, 'Show 'em what you can do, and don't worry about what you're gonna get. Say you'll work for free and make yourself invaluable'.
83[after the Carmel city council refused his architectural plans for a downtown construction] They don't know who they're fuckin' with. I'll build that damn building the way I want it if I have to run the fucking city council to do it.
84I like the image of the piano player: the piano player sits down, plays, tells his story, and then gets up and leaves - letting the music speak for itself.
85There's a rebel lying deep in my soul. Anytime anybody tells me the trend is such and such, I go the opposite direction.
86The stronger the participation of the female characters, the better the movie. They knew that in the old days, when women stars were equally as important as men.
87Extremism is so easy. You've got your position and that's it. It doesn't take much thought. And when you go far enough to the right,you meet the same idiots coming around from the left.
88I've done war movies because they're always loaded with drama and conflict. But as far as actual participation ... it's one of those things that should be done with a lot of thought, if it needs to be done. Self-protection is a very important thing for nations, but I just don't like to see it.
89[on his planned remake of A Star Is Born (1937)] I talked about that for a while with Warner Brothers' people and we're still playing with that idea. But the problem at the beginning was they were more infatuated with just the idea of the casting. They were talking about having Beyoncé Knowles in it, and she was very popular, but she also is very active and it's hard to get a time scheduled, so we never could get that worked out. But I'm still playing with the idea.
90[on surviving a plane crash in the early 1950s] They had one plane, a Douglas AD, sort of a torpedo bomber of the World War II vintage, and I thought I'd hitch on that. Everything went wrong. Radios went out. Oxygen ran out. And finally we ran out of fuel up around Point Reyes, California, and went in the ocean. So we went swimming. It was late October, November. Very cold water. I found out many years later that it was a white shark breeding ground, but I'm glad I didn't know that at the time or I'd have just died.
91I don't believe in pessimism. If something doesn't come out the way you want, forge ahead. If you think it's going to rain, it will.
92[on Bruce Surtees] He was fearless. He wasn't afraid to give you sketchy lighting if you asked for it. He didn't believe in flat light or just bright, 'Rexall drugstore' lighting, which a lot of times you can get if you get somebody that isn't very imaginative. He was perfect for me, because we didn't have very big budgets in those days. He'd made dollies by towing a blanket across the floor with the cameraman sitting on it.
93[on directing Leonardo DiCaprio as J. Edgar Hoover] He could make a lot of money making mechanical genre pictures but he wants to be challenged. And it's much more of a challenge to play someone who doesn't have the slightest thing in common with you.
94I would never have been able to pass the Bill Clinton-Gary Hart test. No one short of Mother Teresa could pass.
95[on the Rocky (1976) movies] I loved the first one. I always admired Sylvester Stallone's tenacity to go ahead and get that made.
96If you believe in reincarnation you're putting too much on the other side. I believe you have just one shot at life, and you should do the best you can with that shot. And I suppose you should be thankful that you've been given the ability to do certain things in life, and not be greedy enough to want to stay around forever.
97[on death] I don't think older people think about it that much, my mother was 97. She passed away a few years back. The only thing she ever said to me, toward the last, she said, 'I want out of here, I am tired.' And I said 'No, no, three more years. We get the century mark.' I figured I could coax her into more after that, but when she finally did pass away, she couldn't talk because she had had a stroke. They said do you want to be resuscitated for while, and she said 'no.' So, I had to grant her that wish. She had no fear and I think as you get older -- you probably have more fear as a younger person than you do as an older person. Because as an older person you have stacked up a lot of background and time-in-grade, so to speak, so you are probably thinking what the hell 'I have had a good time.
98[in 2002, on Michael Cimino] George Lucas made Howard the Duck (1986), and the guy who made Waterworld (1995) - those films didn't destroy them. Critics were set up to hate Heaven's Gate (1980) . . . the picture didn't work with the public. If it had, it would have been the same as Titanic (1997). "Titanic" worked, so all is forgiven. Certain things may have been his fault. The accolades for The Deer Hunter (1978) probably made him think, "I am a genius, king of the world". But if you say you're king of the world then people will root for you to fall . . . I've always said that if you're prepared to accept reviews saying you're brilliant, you better be prepared to accept reviews saying you're a burn. The guy calling you a bum may be wrong, but the guy calling you brilliant may be wrong, too. Michael needs to make an intimate, smaller picture, do a film for five or six weeks, with no special effects, flying by the seats of his pants, to not be afraid and pull the trigger.
99I don't quite understand this obsession about doing remakes and making television series into feature films. I would rather see them encourage writers with new ideas in all different genres like they used to in the heyday of movies.
100[on Million Dollar Baby (2004)] It's a tragedy that could have been written by the Greeks or Shakespeare.
101[on Angelina Jolie] She's wonderful. To me, she's like a throwback to the women in film of the Forties. Not to say women today aren't great, but back then there was more individuality. They didn't have the same Botox look. Angelina has that great individuality, her own look and her own style. I think she would have been just as big a name in that era, the same as Katharine Hepburn, Bette Davis and Ingrid Bergman.
102[on a possible return to acting after saying he was giving it up with Gran Torino (2008)] I'm like Jaws 2 (1978): "Just when you think it's safe to go back in the water..."
103I keep finding interesting stories, or they come to me, so I'll keep making movies.
104[on the possibility of a Dirty Harry (1971) sequel] I'm 78 years old, and you're pretty well drummed out of the police force by that age. There could be a scenario. I suppose if some mythical writer came out of nowhere and it was the greatest thing on the planet, I'd certainly have to think about it. But it's not like I've ever courted it. I feel like that was an era of my life, and I've gone on to other things. I'm not sure about being Dirty Harry again--but who knows?
105People have lost their sense of humor. In former times we constantly made jokes about different races. You can only tell them today with one hand over your mouth or you will be insulted as a racist. I find that ridiculous. In those earlier days every friendly clique had a 'Sam the Jew' or 'Jose the Mexican' - but we didn't think anything of it or have a racist thought. It was just normal that we made jokes based on our nationality or ethnicity. That was never a problem. I don't want to be politically correct. We're all spending too much time and energy trying to be politically correct about everything.
106At this particular time in my life, I'm not doing anything as a moneymaker. It's like I'm pushing the envelope the other way to see how far we can go to be noncommercial. But I'm definitely not going for the demographics of 13- to 15-year-olds. I didn't know if Mystic River (2003) would go over at all. I had a hard time getting it financed, to tell you the truth. But I just told Warners the same thing I did with Million Dollar Baby (2004): "I don't know if this is going to make any money. But, I think I can make a picture that you'd be proud to have in your library.
107Gene Hackman was interesting because I gave the Unforgiven (1992) script to his agent and he said no, he didn't want to do anything violent. But I went back to him and said, "I know where you're coming from. You get to a certain age and I'm there too, where you don't want to tell a lot of violent stories, but this is a chance to make a great statement".
108With Every Which Way But Loose (1978), they gave me the script and I thought, "This is something. This is kinda crazy. But there's something kind of hip about it. This guy's out drifting along and his best friend is an orangutan". I mean, the scenes of talking to an orangutan about your troubles, I'd never seen anything quite like it. He has a romance that falls through, he doesn't get the girl, and then he goes off with the orangutan. I thought, What could be better? I wouldn't put it in the time capsule of films you did that you thought were great, but everything's a challenge.
109[on Paint Your Wagon (1969)] It wasn't like Singin' in the Rain (1952), where it had a cohesive plot line. They started out with a real dramatic story and then made it fluffy. When they changed it around, I tried to bail out. It wasn't my favorite. I wasn't particularly nervous about singing on film. My dad was a singer and we'd have sing-arounds. But certainly [Frank Sinatra] wasn't worried.
110Having a good person as a foil certainly helps, because acting is an ensemble art form. Clark Gable is only as good as Claudette Colbert in It Happened One Night (1934).
111There are certain things you have to be realistic about. Dirty Harry would not be on a police department at my age so we'll move on from that.
112[on Gran Torino (2008)] That will probably do it for me as far as acting is concerned. You always want to quit while you are ahead. You don't want to be like a fighter who stays too long in the ring until you're not performing at your best.
113[on the retirement of friend and fellow actor Gene Hackman]: It is a sad thing. I know his agent and I saw him recently, and he said, 'Can't you talk Gene into coming back?' I said, 'I'd love to see him come back, but I think it's not very nice to ride him.' He's too good an actor not to be performing but, by the same token, he probably thinks that's enough.
114[on Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)] Probably the lousiest western ever made.
115I like working with actors who don't have anything to prove.
116In those days, they'd make interview tests, not acting tests. They'd sit you in front of the camera and talk--just as we're talking now. I thought I was an absolute clod. It looked pretty good; it was photographed well, but I thought, "If that's acting, I'm in trouble". But they signed me up as a contract player--which was a little lower than working in the mailroom.
117I was tired of playing the nice, clean-cut cowboy in Rawhide (1959), I wanted something earthier. Something different from the old-fashioned Western. You know: Hero rides in, very stalwart, with white hat, man's beating a horse, hero jumps off, punches man, schoolmarm walks down the street, sees this situation going on, slight conflict with schoolmarm, but not too much. You know schoolmarm and hero will be together in exactly 10 more reels, if you care to sit around and wait, and you know the man beast horse with eventually get comeuppance from hero this guy bushwhacks him in reel nine. But [A Fistful of Dollars (1964)] was different; it definitely had satiric overtones. The hero was an enigmatic figure, and that worked within the context of this picture. In some films, he would be ludicrous. You can't have a cartoon in the middle of a Renoir.
118"Macho" was a fashionable word in the 1980s. Everybody was kind of into it, what's macho and what isn't macho. I really don't know what macho is. I never have understood. Does it mean somebody who swaggers around exuding testosterone? And kicks the gate open and runs sprints up and down the street? Or does handsprings or whatever? Or is macho a quiet thing based on your security. I remember shaking hands with Rocky Marciano. He was gentle, he didn't squeeze your hand. And he had a high voice. But he could knock people around, it was a given. That's macho. Muhammad Ali is the same. If you talked with him in his younger years, he spoke gently. He wasn't kicking over chairs. I think some of the most macho people are the gentlest.
119[on Sergio Leone] I spun off Sergio and he spun off me. I think we worked well together. I like his compositions. He has a very good eye. I liked him, I liked his sense of humor, but I feel it was mutual. He liked dealing with the kind of character I was putting together.
120[on John Wayne] I gave him a piece of material that I thought had potential for us to do as a younger guy and an older guy. He wrote me back critical of it. He had seen High Plains Drifter (1973), and he didn't think that represented Americana like She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949) and other John Ford westerns. I never answered him.
121[on the Iraq war] I wasn't for going in there. Only because democracy isn't something that you get overnight. I don't think America got democracy overnight. It's something we had to fight for and believe in.
122[on President George W. Bush] You've got to admire somebody who stands up for what they believe regardless of how the polls go. A lot of presidents do everything by the polls. They do a focus group then all of a sudden they say, "OK, that's what I'm going to be for because that's where focus group is leading me.
123[on the Iraq war] My druthers would have been, "Get a more benevolent dictator and stick him in. You know, try somebody a little less mean." You don't go in there and fire the army. The army's got to do something. When you fire 'em, you leave them all unemployed. Worst thing in the world. Just get somebody else who they respect and bring him on your side. That's one way of doing it.
124Life is a constant class, and once you think you know it all, you're due to decay. You're due to slide. I have to keep challenging myself and try something I haven't done before. The studios aren't always happy with that. When I wanted to make Mystic River (2003), the studio said, "Uh-oh, it's so dark." And I said, "Well, it's important. And it's a nice story." Then the next movie, Million Dollar Baby (2004), they said, "Who wants to see a picture about a girl boxing?" And I said, "It's really a father-daughter love story. Boxing just happens to be what's going on." They didn't have much faith. So there are always obstacles and people afraid to take risks. That's why you end up with remakes of old TV shows as movies. But playing it safe is what's risky, because nothing new comes out of it.
125As for me, I like being behind the camera instead of in front of it. I can wear what I want. Will I act again? I never say never. I like doing things where I can stretch and go in different directions. I'm not looking to take it easy. Like the Marines on Iwo Jima, I understand that if you really want something, you have to be ready to fight.
126I guess if you see both of the movies [Flags of Our Fathers (2006) and Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)] together, they sum up as an antiwar film. Whether it's about territory or religion, war is horrifyingly and depressingly archaic. But I didn't set out to make a war movie. I cared about those three fellows - Bradley, Hayes and Gagnon [John H. Bradley, Ira H. Hayes, 'René A. Gagnon'] - the headliners on that war-bond circus. The young men were taken off the front lines, wined and dined, introduced to movie stars. But it felt wrong to them.
127The Americans who went to Iwo Jima knew it would be a tough fight, but they always believed they'd win. The Japanese were told they wouldn't come home - they were being sent to die for the Emperor. People have made a lot out of that very different cultural approach. But as I got into the storytelling for the two movies [Flags of Our Fathers (2006) and Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)], I realised that the 19-year-olds from both sides had the same fears. They all wrote poignant letters home saying: "I don't want to die." They were all going through the same thing, despite the cultural differences.
128I was a teenager when the battle of Iwo Jima took place. I remember hearing about the bond drive and the need to maintain the war effort. Back then, people had just come through 10 years of a Depression, and they were used to working for everything. I still have an image of someone coming to our house when I was about six years old, offering to cut and stack the wood in our back yard if my mother would make him a sandwich.
129Every movie I make teaches me something, and that's why I keep making them. I'm at that stage of life when I could probably stop and just hit golf balls. But in filming these two movies about Iwo Jima, I learnt about war and about character. I also learnt a lot about myself.
130I also wonder how I got this far in life. Growing up, I never knew what I wanted to do. I was not a terribly good student or a very vivacious, outgoing person. I was just kind of a backward kid. I grew up in various little towns and ended up in Oakland, California, going to a trade school. I didn't want to be an actor, because I thought an actor had to be an extrovert - somebody who loved to tell jokes and talk and be a raconteur. And I was something of an introvert. My mother used to say: "You have a little angel on your shoulder." I guess she was surprised I grew up at all, never mind that I got to where I am. The best I can do is quote a line from Unforgiven (1992): "Deserve's got nothing to do with it."
131Guys I thought of as heroes were like Joe Louis and, maybe during the war, there was General [George S. Patton], of course, and maybe [Dwight D. Eisenhower], who was the head of the Allied forces. And Gary Cooper. There were just a handful of men and a handful of women. Now, people become stars who are just heiresses or something.
132I always cry when I watch myself on screen.
133If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster.
134I never considered myself a cowboy, because I wasn't. But I guess when I got into cowboy gear I looked enough like one to convince people that I was.
135[on John Huston] It's another aspect of the character that pleased me: he was interested in other things besides his art. He liked women, gambling, living the high life. He could have a life parallel to his work. I could identify with this type of behavior. But, because of this very fact, he became attracted more and more by other things, so that what interested him in life moved him away from his art to the point that he nearly lived a tragedy. And the tragedy brings him back to reality. If you study Huston's life, you realize that at the age of nineteen he thought he didn't have long to live because of a heart defect a doctor has notified him of as a result of a misdiagnosis. It drove him to elaborate a personal philosophy according to which he would profit from life to the maximum. He didn't take care of himself - he was a confirmed smoker, a heavy drinker - and yet he lived to be more than eighty. Paul Newman spoke to me about him when we were acting at the same time, each in a different movie, in Tucson, Arizona. He was starring in The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972) and I was doing Joe Kidd (1972) with John Sturges. Huston drank martinis and smoked cigars all night long, slept from one o'clock to four o'clock in the morning because he was an insomniac, did everything he shouldn't do to live to be old, and yet he died at a very great age! It was the same thing with John Wayne, who was first of all the opposite of a health fanatic.
136[when asked if he has disappointed his conservative fans by directing Million Dollar Baby (2004)] Well, I got a big laugh out of that. These people are always bitching about "Hollyweird", and then they start bitching about this film. Are they all so mad because The Passion of the Christ (2004) is only up for the makeup award and a couple of other minor things? Extremism is so easy. You've got your position, and that's it. It doesn't take much thought. And when you go far enough to the right you meet the same idiots coming around from the left.
137When I was doing The Bridges of Madison County (1995), I said to myself, "This romantic stuff is really tough. I can't wait to get back to shooting and killing."
138[when asked if he is still registered as a Republican] Yes, I am. I started - I enrolled as a Republican in 1951 when Dwight D. Eisenhower was running. And I was in the military. I was a fan of his. And that's how I got started off. I was never - my parents were mixed, I think one Republican, one Democrat, so I didn't have any grand-pappies to influence me.
139[on former President Ronald Reagan] Yes, I liked him very much. When he was a former president of the Screen Actors Guild, I don't think he had the vast support that a lot of other presidents have had. So I don't know why that is, it's just the nature of things.
140I've actually had people come up to me and ask me to autograph their guns.
141I've always had the ability to say to the audience, watch this if you like, and if you don't, take a hike.
142Whatever success I've had is due to a lot of instinct and a little luck.
143My 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.
144I like to play the line and not wander too far to either side. If a guy has just had a bad day in the mines and wants to see a good shoot 'em up, that's great.
145Maybe I'm getting to the age when I'm starting to be senile or nostalgic or both, but people are so angry now. You used to be able to disagree with people and still be friends. Now you hear these talk shows, and everyone who believes differently from you is a moron and an idiot - both on the Right and the Left.
146I've done a lot of violent movies, especially in the early days. My recent efforts, like The Bridges of Madison County (1995), weren't too violent. In recent years I've done less, and, yes, I am concerned about violence in film. In '92, when I did Unforgiven (1992), which is a film that had a very anti- violence and anti-gun play - anti-romanticizing of gun play theme, I remember that Gene Hackman was concerned about it, and we both discussed the issue of too much violence in films. It's escalated ninety times since Dirty Harry (1971) and those films were made.
147[on World War II] I feel terrible for both sides in that war and in all wars. A lot of innocent people get sacrificed. It's not about winning or losing, but mostly about the interrupted lives of young people.
148I've thought about retiring for years now. When I did Play Misty for Me (1971) in 1970, I thought that if I could pull this off maybe I could step behind the camera, and it would be time to see the end of me. Every year I have threatened to do that - and here I am. So it may come sooner than you think.
149I've always supported a certain amount of gun control. I think California has always had a mandatory waiting period, so we were never concerned about it like the rest of the country. Some states didn't have any at all. So I've always supported that. I think it's very important that guns don't get in the wrong hands, and, yes, I would support most of that. I don't know too much about trigger locks. I've never really discussed that with anyone. But I do feel that guns - it's very important to keep them out of the hands of felons or anyone who might be crazy with it.
150They say marriages are made in Heaven. But so is thunder and lightning.
151This film cost $31 million. With that kind of money I could have invaded some country.
152The reason I became a Republican is because [Dwight D. Eisenhower] was running. A hero from World War II, a charismatic individual, a military man, a non-attorney - even then I liked that! I was a very young person voting for the first time. A lot of people joke that a conservative is a liberal who's made his first $100,000 and then decides,"Wait a second, I want to save this, why are they taxing it away?". Today the country's in kind of a turmoil over taxing. Being raised in the thirties, watching my parents work hard to make ends meet, with jobs scarce, and then the war years - it tends to make a person a little more fiscally conscious than if you've been born into a wealthier family. You know, if you go to most people who are self-made and ask them what their political philosophy is, usually they're a little more conservative than people who had a better start.
153I don't believe in pessimism. If something doesn't come up the way you want, forge ahead.
154I don't like the wimp syndrome. No matter how ardent a feminist may be, if she is a heterosexual female, she wants the strength of a male companion as well as the sensitivity. The most gentle people in the world are macho males, people who are confident in their masculinity and have a feeling of well-being in themselves. They don't have to kick in doors, mistreat women, or make fun of gays.
155There's a rebel lying deep in my soul. Anytime anybody tells me the trend is such and such, I go the opposite direction. I hate the idea of trends. I hate imitation; I have a reverence for individuality. I got where I am by coming off the wall. I've always considered myself too individualistic to be either right-wing or left-wing.
156[on how he decided to do A Fistful of Dollars (1964)] I'd done Rawhide (1959) for about five years. The agency called and asked if I was interested in doing a western in Italy and Spain. I said, "Not particularly." They said, "Why don't you give the script a quick look?" Well, I was kind of curious, so I read it, and I recognized it right away as Yojimbo (1961), a Kurosawa [Akira Kurosawa] film I had liked a lot. Over I went, taking the poncho with me - yeah the cape was my idea.
157None of the pictures I take a risk in cost a lot, so it doesn't take much for them to turn a profit. We don't deal in big budgets. We know what we want and we shoot it and we don't waste anything. I never understand these films that cost twenty, thirty million dollars when they could be made for half that. Maybe it's because no one cares. We care.
158You have to trust your instincts. There's a moment when an actor has it, and he knows it. Behind the camera you can feel the moment even more clearly. And once you've got it, once you feel it, you can't second-guess yourself. You can find a million reasons why something didn't work. But if it feels right, and it looks right, it works. Without sounding like a pseudointellectual dipshit, it's my responsibility to be true to myself. If it works for me, it's right.
159I think people jumped to conclusions about Dirty Harry (1971) without giving the character much thought, trying to attach right-wing connotations to the film that were never really intended. Both the director [Don Siegel] and I thought it was a basic kind of drama - what do you do when you believe so much in law and order and coming to the rescue of people and you just have five hours to solve a case? That kind of impossible effort was fun to portray, but I think it was interpreted as a pro-police point of view, as a kind of rightist heroism, at a time in American history when police officers were looked down on as "pigs", as very oppressive people - I'm sure there are some who are, and a lot who aren't. I've met both kinds.
160In The Bridges of Madison County (1995) Kincaid's a peculiar guy. Really, he's kind of a lonely individual. He's sort of a lost soul in mid-America. I've been that guy.
161I feel very close to the western. There are not too many American art forms that are original. Most are derived from European art forms. Other than the western and jazz or blues, that's all that's really original.
162The plan was, when I first started directing in the 1970s, to get more involved in production and directing so at some point in my life, when I decided I didn't want to act anymore, I didn't have to suit up.
163Most people who'll remember me, if at all, will remember me as an action guy, which is OK. There's nothing wrong with that. But there will be a certain group which will remember me for the other films, the ones where I took a few chances. At least, I like to think so.
164One of the first films I went to - I went with my dad because my mother didn't want to go see a war movie - was Sergeant York (1941). My dad was a big admirer of Sergeant York stories from [World War I]. It was directed by Howard Hawks. That was when I first became aware of movies, who made them, who was involved.
165[1985] My old drama coach used to say, "Don't just do something, stand there." Gary Cooper wasn't afraid to do nothing.
166[2005 Academy Awards acceptance speech for Best Director for Million Dollar Baby (2004)] Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you. I'd like to thank my wife, who is my best pal down here. And my mother, who was here with me in 1993. She was only 84 then. But she's here with me again tonight. And she just -- so, at 96, I'm thanking her for her genes. It was a wonderful adventure. It takes a -- to make a picture in 37 days, it takes a well-oiled machine. And that well-oiled machine is the crew -- the cast, of course, you've met a lot of them. But there's still Margo and Anthony and Michael and Mike and Jay and everybody else who was so fabulous in this cast. And the crew, Campanelli. Billy Coe and, of course, Tom Stern, who is fantastic. And Henry Bumstead, the great Henry Bumstead who is the head of our crack geriatrics team. And Henry and Jack Taylor, and Dick Goddard [Richard C. Goddard], all those guys. Walt and everybody. I can't think of everybody right now. I'm drawing a blank right now. But, Warren, you were right. And thank you, for your confidence earlier in the evening. I'm just lucky to be here. Lucky to be still working. And I watched Sidney Lumet, who is 80, and I figure, "I'm just a kid. I'll just -- I've got a lot of stuff to do yet." So thank you all very much. Appreciate it.
167[on trying to get Million Dollar Baby (2004) made at Warner Bros.] They might have been a little more interested if I said I wanted to do "Dirty Harry 9" or something.
168Plastic surgery used to be a thing where older people would try to go into this dream world of being 28 years old again. But now, in Hollywood, even people at 28 are having work done. Society has made us believe you should look like an 18-year-old model all your life. But I figure I might as well just be what I am.
169I liked the Million Dollar Baby (2004)' script a lot. Warner Bros. said the project had been submitted to them and they'd passed on it. I said, "But I like it." They said, "Well, it's a boxing movie." And I said, "It's not a boxing movie in my opinion. It's a father-daughter love story, and it's a lot of other things besides a boxing movie." They hemmed and hawed and finally said that if I wanted to take it, maybe they'd pay for the domestic rights only. After that, I'd be on my own. We took it to a couple of other studios, and they turned it down, much like Mystic River (2003) was turned down, the exact same pattern. People who kept calling and saying, "Come on, work with us on stuff." I'd give it to them, and they'd go, "Uh, we were thinking more in terms of Dirty Harry coming out of retirement." And who knows? Maybe when it comes out they'll be proven right.
170I think I'm on a track of doing pictures nobody wants to do, that they're all afraid of. I guess it's the era we live in, where they're doing remakes of The Dukes of Hazzard (1979) and other old television shows. I must say, I'm not a negative person, but sometimes I wonder what kind of movies people are going to be making 10 years from now if they follow this trajectory. When I grew up there was such a variety of movies being made. You could go see Sergeant York (1941) or Sitting Pretty (1948) or Sullivan's Travels (1941), dozens of pictures, not to mention all the great B movies. Now, they're looking for whatever the last hit was. If it's The Incredibles (2004), they want 'The Double Incredibles.' My theory is they ought to corral writers into writers' buildings like they used to and start out with fresh material.
171At the studios, everybody's into sequels or remakes or adaptations of old TV shows. I don't know if it's because of the corporate environment or they're just out of ideas. Pretty soon, they're going to be wanting to do one of Rawhide (1959).
172You know when you think of a particular director, you think you would have liked to be with them on one particular film and not necessarily on some other one. America, instead of making the audience come to the film, the idea seems to be for you to go to the audience. They come up with the demographics for the film and then the film is made and sold strictly to that audience. Not to say that it's all bad, but it leaves a lot of the rest of us out of it. To me cinema can be a much more friendly world if there's a lot of things to choose from.
174Again, after you've gone through all the various processes and the film comes out and is very successful, you're almost afraid to revisit it. You want to save it for a rainy day.
175There's really no way to teach you how to act, but there is a way to teach you how to teach yourself to act. That's kind of what it is; once you learn the little tricks that work for you, pretty soon you find yourself doing that.
176I think kids are natural actors. You watch most kids; if they don't have a toy they'll pick up a stick and make a toy out of it. Kids will daydream all the time.
177[on directing] Most people like the magic of having it take a long time and be difficult . . . but I like to move along, I like to keep the actors feeling like they're going somewhere, I like the feeling of coming home after every day and feeling like you've done something and you've progressed somewhere. And to go in and do one shot after lunch and another one maybe at six o'clock and then go home is not my idea of something to do.
178And I like to direct the same way that I like to be directed.
179Nowadays you'd have many battles before you blow it up, but eventually you'd take it down. And that's okay, I don't heavily quarrel with that, but for me personally, having made films for years and directed for 33 years, it just seems to me that I long for people who want to see a story and see character development. Maybe we've dug it out and there's not really an audience for that, but that's not for me to really worry about.
180Right now, the state of the movies in America, there's an awful lot of people hanging on wires and floating across things and comic book characters and what have you. There seems to be a lot of big business in that, a nice return on some of those.
181I love every aspect of the creation of motion pictures and I guess I am committed to it for life.
182I like the libertarian view, which is to leave everyone alone. Even as a kid, I was annoyed by people who wanted to tell everyone how to live.
183[what he says after a take, instead of "Cut!"] That's enough of that shit.
184[to Eli Wallach prior to starting work on The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)] Never trust anyone on an Italian movie. I know about these things. Stay away from special effects and explosives.
185[on Sondra Locke] She plays the victim very well. Unfortunately she had cancer and so she plays that card.
1Of his 8 or more children, the only one who lived with him growing up is daughter Morgan Eastwood, born when Clint was 66.
2According to the unpublished manuscript "Take Ten" by Ria Brown, Anita Lhoest at one point became pregnant with Clint's child, but went ahead and had an abortion.
3To date, 24 of the 46 films Eastwood has starred in depict violence against women. He's made 16 films in which a female character is killed, 12 films depicting rape or attempted rape, and 11 films showing a female character battered.
5Biographer Patrick McGilligan recounted that "the people who know Clint best suspect there are other families in his closet" in addition to his verified children, editorializing "If Kimber Tunis was kept secret for twenty-five years, and the Washington woman for forty, might there not be others?".
6With the exception his cameo as Silvana Mangano's husband in the obscure Italian film The Witches (1967), Space Cowboys (2000) is the only time Eastwood has played a formally married man. His characters are usually single and meet their potential love interest during the course of the movie. Other times he's played divorcées (Tightrope (1984), Heartbreak Ridge (1986), The Rookie (1990)), widowers (Dirty Harry (1971), The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976), Gran Torino (2008), Trouble with the Curve (2012)) or men who are separated from their wives (True Crime (1999)) but never actually married.
7His mother Ruth Wood often brought her own bedsheets when she stayed overnight at Clint's. Sondra Locke said she never observed the two of them really "talking." Most odd was the day she and Clint arrived at Rising River Ranch and on the kitchen counter lay a few dollars and change with a note from Ruth: "We made a long-distance phone call. Have fun. Mom." Clint stuffed the money in his pocket and looked impressed that she'd paid.
8Although Clint implies that he grew up poor by frequently dropping references to the Great Depression, actually his family lived in a very wealthy part of town, had a swimming pool, belonged to the country club, and each parent drove their own car.
9After meeting Sondra Locke at a luncheon in 1994, feminist activist Gloria Steinem said she would orchestrate a nationwide campaign to ban Clint Eastwood films.
10Went to the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in 2013 and 2015.
11Known to be passive-aggressive in private life, communicating only by gesture, inference, and what isn't said or done.
12While promoting the reality series Mrs. Eastwood & Company (2012) on E!, Clint's then-wife Dina Eastwood told Chelsea Handler: "I hope we're still married when this is over!". Two weeks after the show premiered, Clint and Dina separated.
13De-facto producer of Ratboy (1986) even though his name is nowhere to be found in the credits.
14Was asked for permission about his name being used for Marty (Michael J. Fox) in Back to the Future Part III (1990). He consented and was said to be tickled by the homage.
15Had hair transplants in the mid-1980s. After the surgery when his head was wrapped in white bandages, he said he'd been in a bicycle accident.
16A bachelor again at age 84, he's been seen in the company of photographer Erica Tomlinson-Fisher and restaurant hostess Christina Sandera in recent times, and has reportedly bought homes for both women.
17His net worth was estimated at $375 million prior to his 2014 divorce from Dina Eastwood. No terms of financial settlement were revealed in the divorce decree, so it's unclear where his personal fortune currently stands.
18Eastwood's image was untouched by personal scandal of any sort until late April 1989, when his girlfriend of 14 years, Sondra Locke, made it known to the world that she had undergone two abortions and a tubal ligation "at his specific request," she claimed. ("I had done the unthinkable. I had publicly exposed him," she commented in retrospect.) The breakup with Locke opened the floodgates to investigative journalism about Eastwood. In July 1989, the National Enquirer reported the existence of a love child he fathered in 1964, and in February 1990, the Star tabloid became the first publication to link Eastwood's name with Jacelyn Reeves--who, it turns out, was the mother of two of his unmentionable offspring. Reputable news outlets wouldn't touch this information for years after. When Locke's memoirs were published in 1997, she was shut out of most venues to promote the book. "Sadly, it was well suppressed by Clint and WB. [...] I was sad that it did not get the attention I feel it deserved," she said in 2013. "Clint: The Life and Legend," a deeply unflattering biography by film historian Patrick McGilligan, was published in Great Britain in 1999, but did not make its way to the United States until 2002, having bounced around publishers for three years amid rumored threats from Eastwood's attorneys. Los Angeles Times critic Allen Barra called it "perhaps the most thoroughly demythologizing book yet written on modern Hollywood." On Christmas Eve 2002, Eastwood's lawyer Marshall Grossman filed a $10 million libel suit against McGilligan and St. Martin's Press in San Jose, California. Strangely enough, out of all the sordid stories in the book, the libel claim only covered three points, according to news reports: (1) That Eastwood once punched his first wife Maggie Johnson in the face; (2) That Eastwood is an atheist; (3) That Eastwood used a romantic relationship with an officer's daughter in order to avoid being sent overseas during the Korean War. The suit was settled in 2004 without any public disclosure; McGilligan and the publisher admitted no wrongdoing and there was no penalty. A revised and updated version of "Clint" was published in 2015, with most of the original content intact. The three cited passages had been excised, and a few other modifications amounting to less than two pages were made. McGilligan says many of things he reported in the first edition are now taken for granted, and one of the reasons Eastwood sued him was an obvious attempt to find out his sources.
19He started lifting weights at 19, when weight training and bodybuilding were relegated to back-alley sweatshops with black-iron plates.
20Personal physician Dr. Harry Demopoulos told Muscle & Fitness magazine in 1991 that Clint never eats fat, takes his antioxidants faithfully, works out like a demon and gets plenty of sleep, which is an area that is often neglected in a fitness program.
21Completely avoids soda and rarely drinks alcohol.
22Without taking any acting jobs, he earned $17 million for the period of a year ending in 2010: $6 million apiece for directing Invictus (2009) and Hereafter (2010), $4 million in DVD royalties for Gran Torino (2008), plus $1 million in royalties from earlier projects.
23Has no middle name.
24Clint's first wife Maggie encouraged him to marry Frances Fisher, with whom she and her kids got along great. Fisher was aware of Roxanne and Kimber Tunis, but it was only after giving birth to Eastwood's child that she discovered - not through him - that he had yet another brood with Jacelyn Reeves. Hence it did not come as a surprise to anyone in the know when they didn't get married and split up rather abruptly. Frances later had a face-to-face encounter with Reeves at the funeral of one of Clint's golf buddies.
25The only biographical book he's ever authorized is "Clint Eastwood: A Biography" (1996) by Richard Schickel, which contains extensive plot summary for each of Eastwood's movies but leaves his private life little documented by comparison.
26Ferris Webster was Eastwood's film editor for many years, working for him exclusively, but the two had a falling out during postproduction on Firefox (1982).
27Has always been allergic to horses, which is why, in his westerns, he is rarely seen in close-up on horseback.
28A July 1968 item by Dorothy Manners gives insight to Eastwood's rapid rise to stardom: "Clint Eastwood is on his way to earning $750,000 per picture while the proverbial man in the street is still asking, 'Who's Clint Eastwood?'. He's the hottest property sight unseen (almost) in Hollywood today.".
29Cited under the pseudonym Mr. Smith in "Life Extension: A Practical Scientific Approach" by Durk Pearson and Sandy Shaw.
30Turned down the role of Archie Gates in Three Kings (1999) which went to 31-years-younger George Clooney.
31In addition to his multiple houses, he has a well-appointed apartment behind his studio office in Burbank. In Carmel, he used to keep an apartment on the third floor of a building two doors down from the Hog's Breath Inn.
32His first onscreen kiss was with Carol Channing in The First Traveling Saleslady (1956).
33Doesn't use text messaging and prefers landline when he talks on the phone.
34Turned down The Bucket List (2007).
35Avid tennis player in the past.
36According to author Patrick McGilligan, in mid-1993 Eastwood was confronted with the claims of a woman in her late thirties, originally from Washington State, who had researched her adoption and ascertained that he was her biological father. After having his lawyers and business managers check her out, the story goes, Eastwood agreed to have dinner with the woman, who was married to a rich man and was happy to guard her anonymity - she just wanted to meet him - and promised to stay in touch. (It is worth noting that although McGilligan's book is touted as being meticulously researched, it does contain easily provable errors concerning important people in Eastwood's life, e.g. ex-partner Sondra Locke's year of birth, son Kyle Eastwood's marital status at a given time and the gender of Clint's only grandchild of record, Graylen Eastwood.) In a 2012 documentary that aired on French television, McGilligan stated on camera: "We don't know how many children Clint has had with how many women." A now-defunct website launched in 2006 by a man claiming to be Eastwood's cousin said he also has a son named Lesly, born 13 February 1959 to Rosina Mary Glen. Publicly, Eastwood has not addressed any of these claims or been asked to comment on them by the media.
37Past cars have included Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz and GMC Yukon XL. As of 2016 he is still driving at 86 years old and his vehicle of choice is an unmarked Ford Crown Victoria.
38Used to be buddies with Robert Donner, George Fargo and Chill Wills.
39Parodied by Bill Hader on Saturday Night Live (1975).
40One of his properties, the Rising River Ranch (located in Burney, CA) was formerly owned by the late Bing Crosby.
41Developed his movie voice by listening to audio recordings of Marilyn Monroe. He said he'd noticed Monroe's breathy whisper and he thought it was very sexy and since it had worked so well for her, he decided he'd "do" a male version of it himself.
42Accounts from inside the courtroom in the fraud case brought against him by Sondra Locke noted that Eastwood spoke in a barely audible tone on the witness stand and was unable to cross-reference. In one deposition he used the phrase "I have no records on that" 79 times.
43A slow bloomer in almost every regard, Eastwood didn't leave high school until he was 19 (in an era where most students graduated at 16 or 17), got his first important film role at age 34, waited until he turned 38 to start a family, made his directorial debut at 41, and received his first Oscar nomination when he was nearly 63.
44Was interested in the prospect of playing Hank Rearden in a cinematic adaptation of "Atlas Shrugged" that was in development by Albert S. Ruddy in the early '70s.
45Had a long-held obsession with New York Times film critic Pauline Kael because she never liked his work. After her review of The Enforcer (1976), Clint asked a psychiatrist to do an analysis of Kael from her reviews of his past work, which he had memorized verbatim. It concluded that Kael was actually physically attracted to Clint and because she couldn't have him she hated him. Therefore, it was some sort of vengeance, according to Clint.
46Admitted to voting for Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1952 and 1956, Richard Nixon in 1968 and 1972, Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984, Ross Perot in 1992, and John McCain in 2008.
47Former father-in-law of Kirk Fox and Jordan Feldstein.
48On a return air trip from a prearranged tryst in Seattle in September 1951, a two-seated plane on which he was aboard ran out of fuel and crashed into the Pacific Ocean near Point Reyes. Using a life raft, Eastwood and the pilot swam two miles to shore.
49One of several celebrity endorsers of David Lynch's Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace.
50On Christmas morning 2001, his daughter Francesca Eastwood and her mother Frances Fisher narrowly escaped a fire that engulfed their rented house in North Vancouver, Canada. Francesca leaped 15 feet from a second-story window into the arms of her mother and a neighbor, and was treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation. Frances was also treated for burns on her hands. Clint flew up to visit them in the hospital and personally thanked his daughter's rescuers.
51Former agent is Leonard Hirshan.
52Wanted to play Charles A. Lindbergh in The Spirit of St. Louis (1957) and penned a letter to director Billy Wilder in October 1954 requesting to meet in person to discuss his potential eligibility for the role. At the time, Eastwood had just done his first screen test for Universal Pictures but had yet to make his acting debut. The role ultimately went to an established star, James Stewart.
53In an interview with the London Times, Eastwood confessed that he had gained unwanted attention from a 23-year-old schoolteacher when he was 19 and that she stalked him and threatened to kill herself after a one-night stand.
54Hired a private detective in the early 1980s when his company, Malpaso Productions, began to receive a series of strange, threatening letters addressed to him mailed from various California locations by someone who seemed to have inside knowledge of his life. The trouble was, the detective had an extremely long list of possible Clint enemies and ex-girlfriends but no real clues as to who might be the culprit. After a while suspicion focused on Jane Brolin, an off-and-on paramour of Eastwood's then married to actor James Brolin. Eastwood scoffed at the idea it was her and thought it might be an actress friend of ex-mistress Roxanne Tunis, seeking some kind of revenge on him. One night he drove around the Hollywood Hills with Fritz Manes, trying to find the assumed woman's address. He tried to convince Manes that they should burgle her place, and see if the lady's typewriter matched up with the letters. Manes said no, and the vile letters eventually waxed and waned.
55Once said that his wide hips were his only physical flaw, except for the chipped tooth he eventually had fixed.
56Wanted to direct Angels & Demons (2009), but didn't get the chance because Ron Howard was contractually obligated to direct it because of his contract from The Da Vinci Code (2006).
57Landed his breakthrough role in A Fistful of Dollars (1964) after Charles Bronson, Rory Calhoun, James Coburn, Henry Fonda, Ty Hardin, Steve Reeves, Tony Russel and Henry Silva all turned it down.
58At one time, was dating Barbra Streisand.
59Had a falling out with longtime associate Fritz Manes during the filming of Heartbreak Ridge (1986).
60Couples in his social circle used to include Merv Griffin & Eva Gabor, Bud Yorkin & Cynthia Sikes, Richard D. Zanuck & Lili Fini Zanuck, Arnold Schwarzenegger & Maria Shriver.
61Clint and former spouse Maggie Johnson were estranged for nine years and legally separated for six before she filed for divorce in May 1984 (it was finalized that November). She had finally decided to make the split official so she could marry Henry Wynberg, a used car salesman who had once squired Elizabeth Taylor. The Johnson-Wynberg union ended in 1989 after four years, and in 1992 Wynberg married a 19-year-old Costa Rican woman.
62Has a grandson born in February 1984 named Clinton Eastwood Gaddie through his illegitimate daughter Kimber Tunis (Kimber Eastwood). Clint and Roxanne Tunis are great-grandparents via Kimber's son.
63Discovered by director Arthur Lubin during filming of Francis Joins the WACS (1954) on location in Marina, Ca.
64Early in his career he appeared in a "B" western, Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958), in which he was billed third and leading lady Margia Dean was billed second. Years later, after Eastwood had become a superstar actor and director, Dean ran into him at a social function and teased him, "Just remember, I got top billing over you".
65Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume Two, 1945- 1985". Pages 294-302. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1988.
66Ex-significant other Sondra Locke was legally married to gay sculptor Gordon Anderson the entire time she and Eastwood were living together, and to this day they are still married in name. While house hunting with Locke in the late '70s, Eastwood introduced himself as "Mr. Anderson," even when he happened to be wearing a Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) T-shirt. Locke recalled that the sales agents could barely keep a straight face and always looked at their feet when addressing him as such.
67Along with Orson Welles, Laurence Olivier, Woody Allen, Warren Beatty, Kenneth Branagh and Roberto Benigni, he is one of only seven men to receive Academy Award nominations for both Best Actor and Best Director for the same film: Welles for Citizen Kane (1941), Olivier for Hamlet (1948), Allen for Annie Hall (1977), Beatty for both Heaven Can Wait (1978) and Reds (1981), Branagh for Henry V (1989), Eastwood for Unforgiven (1992) and Benigni for Life Is Beautiful (1997).
68Ranked #19 in Forbes magazine's list of the world's 40 best-paid entertainers, with estimated earnings of $44 million in 1995 and 1996. [September 1996]
69Had planned to star in Die Hard (1988) and originally owned the rights to the novel "Nothing Lasts Forever" on which the film is based, but opted to make The Dead Pool (1988) instead.
70He appeared in and directed two Best Picture Academy Award winners: Unforgiven (1992) and Million Dollar Baby (2004). Morgan Freeman also appeared in both films.
71Has played the same character in more than one film three times: The Man with No Name in the Leone trilogy, Philo Beddoe in the Any Which Way movies and Harry Callahan in the Dirty Harry franchise.
72A guest speaker at the 2012 Republican National Convention, Eastwood spent much of his speech time on a largely improvised routine addressing an empty chair representing President Barack Obama. It generated many responses and a lot of discussion. Ex-girlfriend Frances Fisher wrote a condemning post on Facebook and suggested Eastwood's appearance was a publicity stunt to get more tickets sold for his new movie Trouble with the Curve (2012), adding "I've seen this act before. And I didn't buy it. Crazy like a fox. I saw the same act sitting with therapists, mediators and lawyers. [...] Even though I am certainly not a Republican, I felt bad for the people who thought this was a good idea." Several commentators including Bill Maher sidetracked to point out the hypocrisy of Eastwood's mere presence at the gathering, since the star's turbulent personal history was the antithesis of the "family values" advocated by Presidential nominee Mitt Romney on the same stage that evening.
73The character Shane Gooseman ("Goose" for short) from the animated space opera The Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers (1986) was based on him and his screen persona.
74Attending Cannes premiere of latest film Changeling (2008), a period thriller set in the 1920s. [May 2008]
75In Cape Town, South Africa, filming Invictus (2009). [March 2009]
76Father-in-law of Stacy Poitras.
77Cinematographer Bruce Surtees and actor Geoffrey Lewis are regulars in Eastwood films (he's directed).
78Directed two films concurrently in 1973; High Plains Drifter (1973) and Breezy (1973).
79A former logger, steel furnace stoker and gas station attendant before becoming an actor.
80His signature character, "The Man With No Name", is portrayed by Timothy Olyphant as "The Spirit of the West" in Rango (2011).
81He and Warren Beatty are the only actor-directors to earn Best Actor and Best Director Oscar nominations for the same film two times.
82According to Robert Daley, the head of Warner Bros. when Eastwood made 15 pictures there, none of those films ever included preview screenings because Clint "doesn't believe in the preview process".
83Although he has been associated with violence throughout his career, he personally detests it and has carefully shown the horrific consequences of violence in films such as Unforgiven (1992), A Perfect World (1993), Absolute Power (1997), Mystic River (2003), Million Dollar Baby (2004) and Gran Torino (2008).
84He was going to play the villain Two-Face on the Batman (1966) TV series, but the show was canceled before the episode began shooting. He later expressed interest for the same role in Batman Forever (1995).
85Paul Haggis, who wrote the screenplay for Million Dollar Baby (2004), offered Eastwood the role of Hank Deerfiled in In the Valley of Elah (2007). Eastwood turned it down and recommended Tommy Lee Jones, who went on to receive a Best Actor Oscar nomination for his performance.
86Turned down the role of K in Men in Black (1997).
87Five of his movies were nominated for AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies: Dirty Harry (1971), The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976), Unforgiven (1992), Mystic River (2003) and Million Dollar Baby (2004). "Unforgiven" made the list at #68, 30 places up from its original rank at #98.
88Served as President of the Cannes Jury when Pulp Fiction (1994) won but the film was not his personal choice: "On the jury here when 'Pulp Fiction' won, somebody said, 'Oh, Clint Eastwood was on the jury, so he voted for the American film.' But my sensibilities are European, here is where my success started. Actually, 'Zhang Yimou''s To Live (1994) was my favorite piece, but most of the European jurors seemed to like 'Pulp Fiction'.".
89Eastwood's parents settled in Piedmont, California, where he attended Piedmont Jr. High School, then Piedmont High School from January 1945 to January 1946. Later, Eastwood enrolled at Oakland Technical High School; he was held back due to poor academic scores and was scheduled to graduate in January 1949 as a midyear graduate, although it is not clear if he ever did.
90Sergio Leone asked him and his The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) co-stars Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef to appear in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968). The idea was reportedly scrapped due to scheduling conflicts with other films, although some rumors state they declined when they heard that their characters were going to be killed off by Charles Bronson's character in the first five minutes. Leone filmed the scene instead with character actors Woody Strode, Jack Elam and Al Mulock.
91Turned down the role of Harmonica in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968), which went to Charles Bronson.
92The genesis of his production company, Malpaso Productions, had a curious origin. When Italian director Sergio Leone approached Eastwood about appearing in what would become the "Spaghetti Western" trilogy--A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)--Eastwood was eager to take it but was advised against it by his agent, suggesting it would be a "bad move" (mal paso). Against all advice, the actor went ahead and accepted the "man with no name" role and his decision turned out to be a "good move". Eastwood never forgot the irony of the situation and adopted "Malpaso" as his production company name.
93Declined to have a party for his 80th birthday, explaining that at his age he doesn't like birthday parties for himself. He said his only plans to celebrate the occasion would be to go out for a drink with his wife.
94Profiled in "Directors Close Up" by Jeremy Kagan (2005).
95Contrary to rumors, he is not a vegetarian. However, he does keep to a strict lowfat diet.
96He was awarded the American National Medal of the Arts on February 25, 2010 for his services and contributions to the arts.
97Considered for the role of Rambo in First Blood (1982) long before Sylvester Stallone was hired.
98Father was Clinton Eastwood Sr. (1906-1970), an executive at Georgia Pacific LLC, a pulp and paper manufacturing company. Stepfather, after his widowed mother remarried in 1972, was John Belden Wood (1913-2004), a lumber executive.
99Dislikes hunting, saying that he doesn't enjoy killing an animal for no reason.
100Practices transcendental meditation twice a day, and said in 2013 that he has been meditating for the past 40 years.
101Notable women Eastwood has reportedly been romantically linked with include actresses Inger Stevens, Jean Seberg, Jo Ann Harris, Jamie Rose, Rebecca Perle, Catherine Deneuve, Susan Saint James and Jill Banner, singer Keely Smith, competitive swimmer Anita Lhoest, restaurant critic Gael Greene, wildlife activist Jane Brolin, columnist Bridget Byrne, story analyst Megan Rose, French model Cathy Reghin and former Carmel mayor Jean Grace.
102Owns a hillside mansion in Sun Valley, Idaho and a beachfront estate in Maui.
103Has a younger sister named Jeanne Bernhardt (b. 1934) and two nieces, Anna (b. 1958) and Celia (b. 1961).
104Was offered the chance to play James Bond in Live and Let Die (1973), but turned it down because he felt the character should be played by an English actor. Roger Moore was then cast and went on to play Bond six more times.
105Turned down the role of Captain Willard in Apocalypse Now (1979) because he found the story "too dark." The role went to Martin Sheen, whose son Charlie went on to co-star with Clint in The Rookie (1990).
106Served as mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, for one term for the nominal salary of $300.
107He and Burt Reynolds had major influences on each other's careers. It was he who sent a copy of "Sharky's Machine" to Reynolds, which gave Reynolds the idea to turn the novel into a movie, Sharky's Machine (1981), which went on to garner excellent reviews. On the other hand, it was Reynolds who sent Clint a copy of "The Outlaw Josey Wales", later made into a film by Eastwood (The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)). Years later, Reynolds told him about "this great novel" called "The Bridges of Madison County", and some time later it was shot by Eastwood (The Bridges of Madison County (1995)).
108Although he can handle pistols with either hand equally well, he is left-eye dominant, evident when he shoots a rifle as in Joe Kidd (1972) or Unforgiven (1992), but is right handed, as seen when he wears or handles one pistol.
109Though he often smokes in his movies, he is a lifelong non-smoker offscreen.
110Sondra Locke filed a palimony lawsuit against Eastwood in April 1989, after he changed the locks on their Bel-Air home and moved her possessions into storage while she was at work directing Impulse (1990). Diagnosed with breast cancer in the midst of the hearings, Locke met privately with him and dropped the suit in November 1990 in exchange for a settlement that included financial payments, title to a house in West Hollywood that he had been leasing to her estranged husband Gordon Anderson, and a multi-year contract with Warner Bros. to direct films. In June 1995 she sued Eastwood again, for fraud and breach of fiduciary duty once she became convinced - after having more than 30 separate projects rejected by the studio - that the deal was a sham and that she was employed only on paper. Having unearthed a bookkeeping printout to corroborate this assertion, Locke alleged the checks she received from Warner actually came from money Eastwood had laundered out of the budget for Unforgiven (1992) and written off as production costs. The case went to trial in September 1996, with ten of the 12 jurors believed to be solidly in Locke's corner, with the only real issue being how much money ultimately would be awarded. Eastwood's lawyers suggested a settlement, and on the morning in which jurors were set to begin a second day of deliberation, Locke announced her decision to drop her suit against him in return for an unspecified monetary reward. A separate lawsuit against Warner Brothers was settled out of court in May 1999, ending the decade-long legal saga.
111Former longtime companion Sondra Locke blasted Eastwood in her autobiography "The Good, the Bad, and the Very Ugly: A Hollywood Journey" (1997), describing him as "a monster who thought nothing of destroying anything inconvenient to him" and even likening Clint to O.J. Simpson. Locke reiterated earlier publicized claims that Eastwood had manipulated her into having two abortions and a tubal ligation in the 1970s and sabotaged her directorial career after the couple's 1989 split, but also made new allegations that he sired two children by another woman in the last three years of their relationship (which mainstream media refused to report, despite the fact that the kids' names and exact birthdates were revealed in the book). Sondra wrote that she learned of this "double life" from an investigative journalist who phoned her during depositions in the palimony case with the shocking revelation that Clint had a secret family in Carmel living in a house under his business manager's name--a fact confirmed when she filed a motion to discover and Eastwood's will was called in for evidence, with the document showing one Jacelyn Reeves, her legally fatherless son and daughter listed as beneficiaries.
112William Goldman said of Eastwood that he was the only person to be a star in the '70s, '80s and '90s. By "star" Goldman means Variety's list of top ten actors of the decade.
113He was made a Fellow of the British Film Institute in recognition of his outstanding contribution to film culture.
114In the late 1980s he discussed remaking the classic Sam Peckinpah western Ride the High Country (1962) with Charlton Heston.
115Along with John Travolta and Tom Selleck, he attended the formal state dinner at the White House held by President Ronald Reagan to welcome Prince Charles and Princess Diana to the United States in 1985.
116California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver inducted Eastwood into the California Hall of Fame located at The California Museum for History, Women, and the Arts. [December 2006]
117An accomplished jazz pianist, he performs much of the music for his movies, including the scene in the bar in In the Line of Fire (1993).
118Learned mountain climbing for The Eiger Sanction (1975) because he felt the scenes were too dangerous for him to pay a stuntman to do for him. He was the last climber up The Totem Pole in Monument Valley, and as part of the contract, the movie crew removed the pitons left by decades of other climbers. The scene where he was hanging off the mountain by a single rope was actually Eastwood, and not a stuntman.
119Received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the University of Southern California. [May 2007]
120Mentioned in theme song in The Adventures of George the Projectionist (2006).
121Used to shop at Market Basket a lot when it was still open.
122William Friedkin offered him the lead in Sorcerer (1977), but Eastwood didn't want to travel anywhere at that time. Jack Nicholson turned the film down for the same reason.
123The producers of Dirty Harry (1971) originally didn't want Eastwood, since they felt he was too young at 41. After older stars like John Wayne, Frank Sinatra and Robert Mitchum turned the film down, Eastwood was cast. He last played Harry Callahan aged 58 in The Dead Pool (1988), which was only a year older than the character was supposed to be in the first film according to the original screenplay.
124Was offered Gregory Peck's role in Mackenna's Gold (1969), but turned it down to make Hang 'Em High (1968) instead.
125Had to fill in for Charlton Heston at The 44th Annual Academy Awards (1972) until Heston arrived.
126Semi-fluent in Italian.
127In 1969 he attended a celebration of John Wayne's 40-year career at Paramount Pictures, along with Lee Marvin, Rock Hudson, Fred MacMurray, James Stewart, Ernest Borgnine, Michael Caine and Laurence Harvey.
128Son of Ruth Wood.
129Voted for Arnold Schwarzenegger as Governor of California in 2003 and 2006.
130He is "Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur", a high French distinction that has been conferred on him by President Jacques Chirac on February 17, 2007, as a tribute to his career as an actor and a filmmaker.
131Cited as America's Favorite Movie Star by the Harris Polls conducted in 1993, 1994 and 1997. Tom Hanks and Harrison Ford are the only other actors to be cited as the #1 Movie Star as many times.
132Whenever asked if he would do a Dirty Harry 6, he often joked that he can imagine Dirty Harry now long retired, and fly-fishing with his .44 magnum.
133Claims to have been an early choice for the title role in Superman (1978). "I was like, 'Superman? Nah, nah, that's not for me.' Not that there's anything wrong with it. It's for somebody, but not me," he said.
134His "Fistful" mannerisms was imitated in Canada, by the Tim Horton's restaurant chain, to promote the 2005 Southwest chicken sub.
135Presented the Golden Globe Award for Best Director to Ang Lee for Brokeback Mountain (2005).
136Is a patron of the arts, notably as an avid collector of western art.
137Was offered Al Pacino's role in Any Given Sunday (1999), but turned it down because Warner Bros. wouldn't let him direct it also.
138He claims that he wound up getting the role in Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars (1964) because James Coburn, to whom the role was originally offered, wanted $25,000. Eastwood accepted the role for $15,000.
139Ended his longstanding friendship with onetime neighbor William R. Thompkins in 1964.
140His performance as "Dirty" Harry Callahan in Dirty Harry (1971) is ranked #42 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
141His performance as Blondie in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) is ranked #50 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
142Eastwood declined an offer from President George Bush to campaign for him in the 1992 Presidential election. He told an interviewer the next year, "I think what the ultra-right wing conservatives did to the Republicans is really self-destructive, absolutely stupid".
143At a press conference for his movie Mystic River (2003), Eastwood condemned the Iraq war as a "big mistake" and defended Sean Penn's visit to Baghdad, saying he might have done the same thing but for his age.
144His performance as "Dirty" Harry Callahan in Dirty Harry (1971) is ranked #92 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time (2006).
145Has ruled out the possibility of playing Dirty Harry again, saying he has "outgrown him age-wise."
146Was appointed to serve on the National Council of the Arts by President Nixon in 1972.
147In 1972 Eastwood attended President Richard Nixon's landslide victory celebration in Los Angeles, along with John Wayne, Charlton Heston and Glenn Ford.
148Took acting class from Michael Chekhov in Hollywood.
149At the 2005 National Board of Review awards dinner in New York City, Eastwood joked that he would kill filmmaker Michael Moore if Moore ever showed up at his home with a camera (an evident reference to Moore's controversial interview Charlton Heston, for Bowling for Columbine (2002)). After the crowd laughed, Eastwood said, "I mean it." Moore's spokesman said, "Michael laughed along with everyone else, and took Mr. Eastwood's comments in the lighthearted spirit in which they were given." Publicly, Eastwood has not commented further.
150He was a contract player at Universal International in the mid-1950s. He and a younger actor named Burt Reynolds were released from their contracts and left the studio on the same day. They were both fired by the same director. Eastwood was fired when the director didn't want to use him in a movie because "his Adam's Apple was too big." Reynolds, who was serving as a stunt man, was fired after he shoved the director into a water tank during an argument over how to do a stunt fall.
151He objected to the end of Dirty Harry (1971) when Harry throws his badge away after killing the Scorpio Killer, arguing with director Don Siegel that Harry knew that being a policeman was the only work for which he was suited. Siegel eventually convinced Eastwood that Harry threw his badge away as a symbol that he had lost faith in the justice system.
152As a director, he has always refused to test screen his films before their release.
153Made six movies with former partner Sondra Locke: The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976), The Gauntlet (1977), Every Which Way But Loose (1978), Bronco Billy (1980), Any Which Way You Can (1980) and Sudden Impact (1983).
154The boots that he wore in Unforgiven (1992) are the same ones he wore in the TV series Rawhide (1959). They are now a part of his private collection and were on loan to the 2005 Sergio Leone exhibit at the Gene Autry Museum of Western Heritage in Los Angeles, California. In essence these boots have book-ended his career in the Western genre.
155Claimed that the trait he most despised in others was racism.
156President of jury at the Cannes Film Festival. [1994]
157He, Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, Mel Gibson, Richard Attenborough and Kevin Costner are the only directors best known as actors who have won an Academy Award as Best Director.
158He stood at 6'4" at his peak, but due to recent back problems, he can only stretch up to 6'2".
159Has his look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).
160Opened the Hog's Breath Inn with co-founders Paul E. Lippman and Walter Becker in 1972. According to Lippman, "I had to terminate three pretty good waitresses in the first few months of operation; not because they went to bed with Clint Eastwood, but because they either talked about it all over the premises, or came in the next day acting like they owned the place." The restaurant closed in 1999 and then re-opened under new management.
161Some of his favorite actors are Gary Cooper, Humphrey Bogart, Robert Mitchum and James Stewart.
162Some of his favorite movies are The 39 Steps (1935), How Green Was My Valley (1941), Sergeant York (1941), The Ox-Bow Incident (1943) and Chariots of Fire (1981).
163Favorite actor is James Cagney.
164Premiere Magazine ranked him as #43 on a list of the Greatest Movie Stars of All Time in their Stars in Our Constellation feature (2005).
165In early 2005 he announced that he would supply the voice for a "Dirty Harry" video game.
166Every year the PGA tour comes to Pebble Beach, California, to host a celebrity golf tournament where celebrities team up with the professionals. Clint participated in this every year from 1962-2002 and is the longest running participant. He now serves as Host.
167Received an honorary Doctorate from Wesleyan University in Connecticut (2000). Wesleyan is also home to his personal archives.
168For two consecutive years he directed two out of the four actors who won Oscars for their performances: Sean Penn (Best Actor) and Tim Robbins (Best Supporting Actor) in Mystic River (2003)) in 2004, and Hilary Swank (Best Actress) and Morgan Freeman (Best Supporting Actor) for Million Dollar Baby (2004)) in 2005.
169He directed 11 different actors in Oscar-nominated performances: Gene Hackman, Meryl Streep, Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Marcia Gay Harden, Hilary Swank, Morgan Freeman, Angelina Jolie, Matt Damon, Bradley Cooper, and himself (in Unforgiven (1992) and Million Dollar Baby (2004)). Hackman, Penn, Robbins, Freeman and Swank won Oscars for their performances in one of Eastwood's movies.
170At age 74, he became the oldest person to win the Best Director Oscar for Million Dollar Baby (2004).
171Stacy McLaughlin filed a $100,000 lawsuit against Eastwood in May 1989 for "knowingly, intentionally and deliberately" ramming her Nissan Maxima with his quarter-ton pickup at the Burbank Studios on Dec. 16, 1988, when she mistakenly parked in his parking space while dropping off a tape at his Malpaso Productions office. Eastwood, who contended he was only trying to park his vehicle in its rightful space, paid $960 to repair the headlights and bumper of McLaughlin's car. She sought the additional money as punitive damages, claiming malice on Eastwood's part. The case went to court in July 1991, but a judge refused to grant the damages.
172Was named the #1 top money-making star at the box office in Quigley Publications' annual poll of movie exhibitors five times between 1972 and 1993. Bing Crosby, Burt Reynolds and Tom Hanks also have been named #1 five times, while Tom Cruise holds the record for being named #1 six times.
173At The 72nd Annual Academy Awards (2000) he presented the Best Picture statuette to American Beauty (1999).
174At The 45th Annual Academy Awards (1973), he presented the 1972 Best Picture Oscar to Albert S. Ruddy, the producer of The Godfather (1972). Thirty-two years later they would jointly accept the 2004 Best Picture Oscar at the The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005), along with fellow Million Dollar Baby (2004) co-producer Tom Rosenberg.
175A sample of his whistling can be heard on the track "Big Noise" from his son Kyle Eastwood's jazz CD "Paris Blue" (2004).
176He was the only nominee for the Best Actor Oscar in 2004 (for Million Dollar Baby (2004)) to play a fictitious character. All four other nominees portrayed real people in their respective films.
177Was named the top box-office star of 1972 and again in 1973 by the Motion Picture Herald, based on an annual poll of exhibitors as to the drawing power of movie stars at the box-office, conducted by Quigley Publications.
178Has been named to Quigley Publications' annual Top 10 Poll of Money-Making Stars 21 times, making him #2 all-time for appearances in the top 10 list. Only John Wayne, with 25 appearances in the Top 10, has more. Eastwood, who first appeared in the Top Ten at #5 in 1968, finished #2 to Wayne at the box office in 1971 after finishing #2 to Paul Newman in 1970. After his first two consecutive #1 appearances in 1972 and 1973, he dropped back to #2 in 1974, trailing Robert Redford at the box office. Clint was again #2 in 1979, 1981 and 1982 (topped by Burt Reynolds all three years), before leading the charts in 1983 and '84. He last topped the poll in 1993.
179He has always disliked the reading of political and social agendas in his films, which has occurred from Dirty Harry (1971) to Million Dollar Baby (2004). He has always maintained that all of his films are apolitical and what he has in mind when making a film is whether it's going to be entertaining and compelling.
180Eastwood's children from liaisons with Jacelyn Reeves, now known as Scott Eastwood and Kathryn Eastwood, were born with their mother's last name and have been left out of nearly all publications and documentaries about Eastwood until recently. No father is listed on either of their birth certificates.
181He asked his first wife Maggie Johnson for a divorce after fathering a child with Roxanne Tunis in 1964, but within a matter of weeks, Johnson became very ill with hepatitis. She and Eastwood reconciled and came to a mutual agreement that it would be best if she turned a blind eye to the other family. In 1968, almost 15 years after they married, their first child together was born.
182Brother-in-law of Dominic V. Ruiz and Jade Marx-Berti.
18335 years older than wife Dina Eastwood. Dina's parents were 19 and 21 when she was born. This makes Clint 16 years older than his mother-in-law, and 14 years older than his father-in-law.
184Current wife Dina Ruiz (Dina Eastwood) is a former local television news anchor/reporter from Salinas, Ca. They met when she was assigned to interview him for KSBW-TV in spring 1993. She admitted that she had seen zero of his movies.
185When Don Siegel fell ill during production of Dirty Harry (1971), Eastwood stepped in as director during the attempted-suicide/jumper sequence.
186Mentioned on T.G. Sheppard's hit single "Make My Day," which in the first half of 1984 reached #12 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart and also reached #62 on that magazine's Hot 100 singles survey.
187His production company is Malpaso Productions, which he formed in 1968. The company's first feature release was Hang 'Em High (1968).
188Weighed 11 lbs 6 oz at birth.
189When directing, he simply says "okay" instead of "action" and "cut." (source: "Sunday Morning Shootout").
190When he directs, he insists that his actors wear as little makeup as possible and he likes to print first takes. As a result, his films consistently finish on schedule and on budget.
191His character's voice was provided by Enrico Maria Salerno in A Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966). In 1967, Eastwood dubbed his dialogue in English for the trilogy's American release.
192Of English, Scottish, Irish, and smaller amounts of German, Dutch, and Welsh, ancestry.
193Received the Career Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. [August 2000]
1942000 recipient of John F. Kennedy Center Honors.
195Sworn in as parks commissioner for state of California at Big Basin Redwood Park, Santa Cruz, Ca., 8 June 2002. Holding up his new commissioner's badge, he told the crowd, "You're all under arrest".
196Until his pride was displaced by discovery of a larger version of same tree in 2002, Eastwood used to be proud owner of tree believed to be the nation's largest known hardwood - a bluegum eucalyptus.
197Mentioned in the theme song of the 1980s TV hit The Fall Guy (1981).
198His name is used as the title of the hit Gorillaz song and video "Clint Eastwood" (2001).
199It's interesting, given his penchant towards violence, that his name, Clint Eastwood, is an anagram for 'old west action'.
200Has eight children by six different women: Kimber Eastwood (b. June 17, 1964) with Roxanne Tunis; Kyle Eastwood (b. May 19, 1968) and Alison Eastwood (b. May 22, 1972) with Maggie Johnson; Scott Eastwood (b. March 21, 1986) and Kathryn Eastwood (b. February 2, 1988) with Jacelyn Reeves; Francesca Eastwood (b. August 7, 1993) with Frances Fisher; Morgan Eastwood (b. December 12, 1996) with Dina Eastwood; and another child with another woman whose identities are not confirmed. Only Kyle, Alison, Francesca and Morgan are mentioned in Clint's October 2003 episode of Biography (1987).
201Lifeguard and projectionist of training films for the U.S. Army from 1951-1952, stationed at Fort Ord in California. According to former high school buddy Don Loomis in "Clint: The Life and Legend" by Patrick McGilligan, page 49, Eastwood avoided being sent to combat in Korea by romancing one of the daughters of a Fort Ord officer, who might have been entreated to watch out for him when names came up for postings.
202Got his role in Rawhide (1959) while visiting a friend at the CBS lot when a studio exec spotted him because he "looked like a cowboy."
203Was apparently such an organized director that he finished Absolute Power (1997) days ahead of schedule.
204Elected mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California. It has often been claimed that Eastwood ran for office as a Republican. In fact, although he was registered as a Republican in California, the position of mayor is non-partisan. [April 1986]
205He wore the same poncho, without ever having washed it, in all three of his "Man with No Name" Westerns.
206Gained 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 1967/68). 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 together. Eastwood sued and the film was withdrawn.
207Ranked #2 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
208Received an honorary Cesar award in Paris, France for his body of work. [February 1998]
209Owns the Mission Ranch hotel & restaurant in Carmel, Calif., the exclusive Tehama golf club in Carmel Valley, and is partial owner of the Pebble Beach Golf Country Club in nearby Monterey Peninsula.
210Lived with Sondra Locke from 1975 to 1989.


The Good, the Bad and the Ugly1966Blondie
For a Few Dollars More1965Monco
Rawhide1959-1965TV SeriesRowdy Yates
A Fistful of Dollars1964Joe
Alfred Hitchcock Presents1959TV SeriesNewsman
Maverick1959TV SeriesRed Hardigan
Ambush at Cimarron Pass1958Keith Williams
Lafayette Escadrille1958George Moseley
Navy Log1958TV SeriesBurns
Escapade in Japan1957Dumbo Pilot (uncredited)
West Point1957TV SeriesCadet Bob Salter
Death Valley Days1956TV SeriesJohn Lucas
Away All Boats1956Corpsman (uncredited)
The First Traveling Saleslady1956Lt. Jack Rice
Star in the Dust1956Tom - Ranch Hand (uncredited)
Highway Patrol1956TV SeriesJoe Keeley
Never Say Goodbye1956Will (uncredited)
TV Reader's Digest1956TV SeriesLt. Wilson
Lady Godiva of Coventry1955First Saxon (uncredited)
Francis in the Navy1955Jonesey
Allen in Movieland1955TV MovieOrderly
Tarantula1955Jet Squadron Leader (uncredited)
Revenge of the Creature1955Jennings (uncredited)
American Sniper2014Church Goer (uncredited)
Trouble with the Curve2012Gus
Gran Torino2008Walt Kowalski
Million Dollar Baby2004Frankie Dunn
Blood Work2002Terry McCaleb
Space Cowboys2000Frank Corvin
True Crime1999Steve Everett
Absolute Power1997Luther Whitney
The Bridges of Madison County1995Robert Kincaid
Casper1995Clint Eastwood (uncredited)
A Perfect World1993Chief Red Garnett
In the Line of Fire1993Frank Horrigan
Unforgiven1992Bill Munny
The Rookie1990Nick Pulovski
White Hunter Black Heart1990John Wilson
Pink Cadillac1989Tommy Nowak
The Dead Pool1988Harry Callahan
Heartbreak Ridge1986Highway
Pale Rider1985Preacher
City Heat1984Lieutenant Speer
Tightrope1984Wes Block
Sudden Impact1983Harry Callahan
Honkytonk Man1982Red Stovall
Firefox1982Mitchell Gant
Any Which Way You Can1980Philo Beddoe
Bronco Billy1980Bronco Billy
Escape from Alcatraz1979Frank Morris
Every Which Way But Loose1978Philo Beddoe
The Gauntlet1977Ben Shockley
The Enforcer1976Harry Callahan
The Outlaw Josey Wales1976Josey Wales
The Eiger Sanction1975Jonathan Hemlock
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot1974Thunderbolt
Magnum Force1973Harry Callahan
Breezy1973Man at Marina (uncredited)
High Plains Drifter1973The Stranger
Joe Kidd1972Joe Kidd
Dirty Harry1971Harry
Play Misty for Me1971Dave
The Beguiled1971John McBurney
Kelly's Heroes1970Kelly
Two Mules for Sister Sara1970Hogan
Paint Your Wagon1969Pardner
Where Eagles Dare1968Schaffer
Coogan's Bluff1968Coogan
Hang 'Em High1968Marshal Jed Cooper
The Witches1967Carlo (Segment "Sera Come Le Altre, Una")


A Star Is Born2018producer filming
The 15:17 to Parisproducer pre-production
American Sniper2014producer
Jersey Boys2014producer
Trouble with the Curve2012producer
J. Edgar2011producer
Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way2010TV Movie documentary executive producer / producer
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me2009TV Movie documentary executive producer
Gran Torino2008producer
American MastersTV Series documentary executive producer - 1 episode, 2008 producer - 1 episode, 2007
Letters from Iwo Jima2006producer
Flags of our Fathers2006producer
Budd Boetticher: An American Original2005Video documentary executive producer
Budd Boetticher: A Man Can Do That2005TV Movie documentary executive producer
Million Dollar Baby2004producer
The Blues2003TV Series documentary producer - 1 episode
Mystic River2003producer
Blood Work2002producer
Space Cowboys2000producer
True Crime1999producer
Monterey Jazz Festival: 40 Legendary Years1998Video documentary executive producer
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil1997producer
Absolute Power1997producer
The Stars Fell on Henrietta1995producer
The Bridges of Madison County1995producer
77 Sunset Strip1995TV Movie executive producer
A Perfect World1993producer
White Hunter Black Heart1990producer
Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser1988Documentary executive producer
Heartbreak Ridge1986producer
Pale Rider1985producer
Sudden Impact1983producer
Honkytonk Man1982producer
Joe Kidd1972executive producer - uncredited
Dirty Harry1971executive producer - uncredited
The Beguiled1971executive producer - uncredited


The 15:17 to Parispre-production
American Sniper2014
Jersey Boys2014
J. Edgar2011
Gran Torino2008
Letters from Iwo Jima2006
Flags of our Fathers2006
Million Dollar Baby2004
The Blues2003TV Series documentary 1 episode
Mystic River2003
Blood Work2002
Space Cowboys2000
True Crime1999
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil1997
Absolute Power1997
The Bridges of Madison County1995
A Perfect World1993
The Rookie1990
White Hunter Black Heart1990
Heartbreak Ridge1986
Amazing Stories1985TV Series 1 episode
Pale Rider1985
Sudden Impact1983
Honkytonk Man1982
Bronco Billy1980
The Gauntlet1977
The Outlaw Josey Wales1976
The Eiger Sanction1975
High Plains Drifter1973
The Beguiled: The Storyteller1971Documentary short
Play Misty for Me1971


Sully2016writer: "Flying Home Theme from 'Sully'"
American Sniper2014writer: "Taya's Theme"
Trouble with the Curve2012performer: "You Are My Sunshine" - uncredited
Welcome to the Basement2012TV Series performer - 1 episode
Invictus2009music: "Invictus 9,000 Days" 2009
Away We Go2009performer: "H.A.P.P.Y."
Qwerty2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
Gran Torino2008performer: "Gran Torino" - uncredited / writer: "Gran Torino", "Gran Torino" uncredited
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2007TV Series performer - 1 episode
Grace Is Gone2007music: "Grace Is Gone"
Flags of our Fathers2006writer: "Flags of Our Fathers"
The Wire2006TV Series performer - 1 episode
Million Dollar Baby2004writer: "Blue Morgan"
The BluesTV Series documentary performer - 1 episode, 2003 writer - 1 episode, 2003
Mystic River2003writer: "Mystic River"
Space Cowboys2000writer: "ESPACIO"
True Crime1999writer: "Why Should I Care"
Qui1997Short writer: "Claudia's Theme"
Absolute Power1997writer: "Power Waltz", "Kate's Theme"
The Bridges of Madison County1995writer: "Doe Eyes Love Theme from 'The Bridges Of Madison County'"
A Perfect World1993writer: "Big Fran's Baby"
Unforgiven1992writer: "Claudia's Song"
Heartbreak Ridge1986writer: "How Much I Care"
All-Star Party for Clint Eastwood1986TV Special writer: "How Much I Care"
City Heat1984"Montage Blues"
Honkytonk Man1982performer: "Honkytonk Man", "When I Sing About You", "No Sweeter Cheater Than You"
Any Which Way You Can1980performer: "Beers To You"
Bronco Billy1980performer: "Barroom Buddies"
The Beguiled1971performer: "Dove She is a Pretty Bird" - uncredited
Two Mules for Sister Sara1970performer: "Sam Hall" - uncredited
Paint Your Wagon1969performer: "I Still See Elisa", "I Talk To The Trees", "Best Things", "Gold Fever"
A Fistful of Dollars1964performer: "Sweet Betsy from Pike" - uncredited


J. Edgar2011
The Writers' Block2010TV Series 1 episode
Grace Is Gone2007
Flags of our Fathers2006
Million Dollar Baby2004
Mystic River2003


Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me2009TV Movie documentary presenter
Dirty Harry1971fill-in director - uncredited
A Fistful of Dollars1964western advisor: Italian prints only
Man Without a Star1955voice dubbing - uncredited

Music Department

Sully2016composer: theme music
American Sniper2014composer: "Taya's theme"

Camera Department

Eastwood on Eastwood1997TV Movie documentary still photographer


Auer2017Short special thanks completed
Momentum2015/Ispecial thanks
Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking: The Story of Richard D. Zanuck2013Documentary special thanks
No More Heroes2013Short dedicatee
The Forger2012special thanks
J. Edgar: A Complicated Man2012Video documentary short special thanks
J. Edgar: The Most Powerful Man in the World2012Video documentary short special thanks
The Suppressor2011special thanks
The Deliverer2011Short special thanks
El defensor2011Short the director wishes to thank
Biography: Morgan Freeman2010TV Movie special thanks
Beware the Moon: Remembering 'An American Werewolf in London'2009Documentary special thanks
Gran Torino: Next Door2009Video documentary short special thanks
Gran Torino - The Eastwood Way2009Video short special thanks
Partners in Crime: Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie2009Video documentary short special thanks
An Old Fashioned Love Story: Making 'The Bridges of Madison County'2008Video documentary special thanks
Six Reasons Why2008dedicatee
In the Valley of Elah2007special thanks
Red Sun, Black Sand: The Making of 'Letters from Iwo Jima'2007Video documentary short special thanks
na cz@tach2006Short special thanks
La tigre e la neve2005thanks
Mystic River: Beneath the Surface2004Video documentary short special thanks
Making 'Blood Work'2002Video documentary short special thanks
Iron and Beyond2002Video documentary short special thanks
Dirty Harry: The Original2001Video documentary short special thanks
In the Line of Fire: The Ultimate Sacrifice2000Video documentary short special thanks
Hell Hath No Fury1999Video documentary short special thanks
Warner Bros. 75th Anniversary: No Guts, No Glory1998TV Movie documentary special thanks
Traveller1997special thanks
Back to the Future Part III1990thanks
Clint, 'The Rookie' & Me1990TV Movie thanks
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly1966special thanks - 2003 extended English-language version


14th Annual Critics' Choice Awards Red Carpet Premiere2009TV SpecialHimself
An Old Fashioned Love Story: Making 'The Bridges of Madison County'2008Video documentaryHimself - 'Robert Kincaid' / Director / Producer
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts2008TV MovieHimself
Cartelera2008TV SeriesHimself
Cinema 31992-2008TV SeriesHimself
Rencontres de cinéma2008TV SeriesHimself
Shootout2004-2008TV SeriesHimself
Wisdom2008Video documentaryHimself
A Moral Right: The Politics of Dirty Harry2008Video documentary shortHimself
The Business End: Violence in Cinema2008Video documentary shortHimself
The Evolution of Clint Eastwood2008Video documentary shortHimself
The Long Shadow of Dirty Harry2008Video documentary shortHimself
AFI's 10 Top 10: America's 10 Greatest Films in 10 Classic Genres2008TV MovieHimself
Showbiz Tonight2008TV SeriesHimself
The Craft of Dirty Harry2008Video documentary shortHimself
American Masters2000-2008TV Series documentaryHimself / Himself - Narrator
Trying to Get Good: The Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon2008DocumentaryHimself
Erika Rabau: Puck of Berlin2008DocumentaryHimself
Screen Nation Television and Film Awards 20072007TV SpecialHimself
Bienvenue à Cannes2007DocumentaryHimself
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project2007DocumentaryHimself / Private Kelly / 'Dirty' Harry Callahan
Gala Tribute AFI's 40th Anniversary2007TV MovieHimself - Speaker
Pierre Rissient: Man of Cinema2007DocumentaryHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: 10th Anniversary Edition2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
A Few Weeks in Spain2007Video documentary shortHimself
Clint Eastwood, le franc-tireur2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Red Sun, Black Sand: The Making of 'Letters from Iwo Jima'2007Video documentary shortHimself
Fog City Mavericks2007DocumentaryHimself
2007 Trumpet Awards2007TV SpecialHimself
La noche de los Oscar2007TV MovieHimself - Interviewee
The 79th Annual Academy Awards2007TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Honorary Oscar / Nominee: Best Director, Best Picture
Channel 4 News2007TV SeriesHimself - Director
BBC Four News2007TV SeriesHimself - Actor
ITV Evening News2007TV SeriesHimself - Actor
One O'Clock News2007TV SeriesHimself - Actor
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1992-2007TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 12th Annual Critics' Choice Awards2007TV SpecialHimself
The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards2007TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Foreign Language Film & Nominee: Best Director
Corazón de...2006-2007TV SeriesHimself
Charlie Rose1996-2006TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Larry King Live2006TV SeriesHimself - Guest
2006 BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
HBO First Look2006TV Series documentary shortHimself
Denn sie kennen kein Erbarmen - Der Italowestern2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Frankie Laine: An American Dreamer2006Video documentaryHimself
The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards2006TV Movie documentaryHimself - Presenter: Best Director
B InTune TV2006TV SeriesGuest star
Budd Boetticher: An American Original2005Video documentaryHimself
Budd Boetticher: A Man Can Do That2005TV Movie documentaryInterviewee
The Spaghetti West2005Video documentaryHimself
Born to Fight2005Video documentary shortHimself
James Lipton Takes on Three2005Video documentary shortHimself
2nd Annual Directors Guild of Great Britain DGGB Awards2005VideoHimself - Nominee 'Million Dollar Baby'
Back for More2005Video documentary shortHimself
Hardball with Chris Matthews2005TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 77th Annual Academy Awards2005TV SpecialHimself - Nominated: Best Actor in a Leading Role / Winner: Best Director & Best Picture
The O'Reilly Factor2005TV SeriesHimself
11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2005TV SpecialHimself - Nominee
60 Minutes2005TV Series documentaryHimself - Director, Million Dollar Baby (segment "Hilary Swank")
The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards2005TV Special documentaryHimself - Winner: Best Director / Nominee: Best Original Score
Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope2005TV SpecialHimself
2005 BAFTA/LA Cunard Britannia Awards2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Meryl Streep2004TV SpecialHimself
Mystic River: Beneath the Surface2004Video documentary shortHimself - Director
Mystic River: From Page to Screen2004TV Short documentaryHimself - Director
Leone's West2004Video documentary shortHimself
The Leone Style2004Video documentary shortHimself
Caiga quien caiga2004TV SeriesHimself
Tinseltown TV2003-2004TV SeriesHimself
10th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2004TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role
The 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards2004TV SpecialHimself - Accepting Best Actor Award for Sean Penn
The 2003 European Film Awards2003TV MovieHimself - Nominee European Film Academy Non-European Film - Prix Screen International
The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn2002-2003TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Parkinson2003TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Paula Zahn Now2003TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Inside the Actors Studio2003TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Blues2003TV Series documentaryHimself
9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2003TV SpecialHimself
A Decade Under the Influence2003DocumentaryHimself
Conversation with Clint Eastwood, Wanda De Jesus and Paul Rodriguez2002Video shortHimself
Making 'Blood Work'2002Video documentary shortHimself
Iron and Beyond2002Video documentary shortHimself - Actor & Director
All on Accounta Pullin' a Trigger2002Video documentary shortHimself
Dirty Harry: The Original2001Video documentary shortHimself
America: A Tribute to Heroes2001TV Special documentaryHimself
Play It Again: A Look Back at 'Play Misty for Me'2001Video documentaryHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand2001TV Special documentaryHimself
In the Line of Fire: How'd They Do That?2001Video shortHimself
In the Line of Fire: The Ultimate Sacrifice2000Video documentary shortHimself
The Making of 'Space Cowboys'2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts2000TV Special documentaryHimself - Honoree
Great Performances1987-2000TV SeriesHimself
The Directors2000TV Series documentaryHimself
Nulle part ailleurs: midi2000TV SeriesHimself
Bravo Profiles2000TV Series documentaryHimself
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards2000TV Special documentaryHimself
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards2000TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Picture
Forever Hollywood1999TV Movie documentaryHimself
True Crime: The Scene of the Crime1999Video documentary shortHimself
E! True Hollywood Story1999TV Series documentaryHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Stars: America's Greatest Screen Legends1999TV Special documentaryHimself
Hell Hath No Fury1999Video documentary shortHimself - Director / Actor
Monterey Jazz Festival: 40 Legendary Years1998Video documentaryHimself
Junket Whore1998DocumentaryHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: The Antiheroes1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movies: America's Greatest Movies1998TV Special documentaryHimself
Le cercle du cinéma1998TV SeriesHimself
La nuit des Césars1998TV Series documentaryHimself - César d'honneur
Hollywood Salutes Arnold Schwarzenegger: An American Cinematheque Tribute1998TV SpecialHimself
Intimate Portrait1998TV Series documentaryHimself
Eastwood on Eastwood1997TV Movie documentaryHimself
Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western1997TV Movie documentaryHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Martin Scorsese1997TV Special documentaryHimself
Eastwood After Hours: Live at Carnegie Hall1997TV Special documentaryHimself
Very Important Pennis1996TV SeriesHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Clint Eastwood1996TV Special documentaryHonoree
The 53rd Annual Golden Globe Awards1996TV SpecialHimself - Nominee
Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick1995DocumentaryHimself
The South Bank Show1995TV Series documentaryHimself - Guest
The Annual 1995 ShoWest Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 67th Annual Academy Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Thalberg Award Recipient
One Hundred and One Nights1995Himself - in Cannes
A Century of Cinema1994DocumentaryHimself
Don't Pave Main Street: Carmel's Heritage1994DocumentaryNarrator (voice)
The 66th Annual Academy Awards1994TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Director
The 46th Annual Director's Guild Awards1994TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
In the Line of Fire: Behind the Scenes with the Secret Service1993TV Special documentaryHimself
Vicki!1993TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Shooting 'In the Line of Fire'1993TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 12th Annual Golden Boot Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Honoree
The 65th Annual Academy Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Director / Best Picture & Nominated: Best Actor in a Leading Role
The 45th Annual Directors Guild Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures
The 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Best Director & Nominee: Best Motion Picture Drama
Eastwood... A Star1992TV Short documentaryHimself
Eastwood & Co.: Making 'Unforgiven'1992TV Short documentaryHimself
Stars 901992TV SeriesHimself
Clint Eastwood on Westerns1992TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1967-1992TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
Harvey Shine Presents1991TV Series documentaryHimself (1991-1993)
Here's Looking at You, Warner Bros.1991TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host / Narrator
Doris Day: A Sentimental Journey1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
Thank Ya, Thank Ya Kindly1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Movie Awards1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
Sammy Davis, Jr. 60th Anniversary Celebration1990TV SpecialHimself
Clint, 'The Rookie' & Me1990TV MovieHimself
Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend1989DocumentaryHost
The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards1989TV SpecialHimself - Winner & Presenter
Presidential Inaugural Gala1989TV SpecialHimself
The 6th Annual American Cinema Awards1989TV SpecialHimself
21st NAACP Image Awards1989TV SpecialHimself
James Stewart's Wonderful Life1988TV Movie documentaryHimself
Talking Pictures1988TV Series documentaryHimself
The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards1988TV SpecialHimself - Cecil B. DeMille Award Recipient
All-Star Party for Joan Collins1987TV SpecialHimself
James Stewart: A Wonderful Life - Hosted by Johnny Carson1987TV MovieHimself
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood1987TV Special documentaryHimself
De película1987TV SeriesHimself
All-Star Party for Clint Eastwood1986TV SpecialHimself
The 11th Annual People's Choice Awards1985TV SpecialHimself - Winner
The National Association of Theater Owners Awards1985TV SpecialHimself - Winner
Bitte umblättern1978-1985TV Series documentaryHimself
Drôle de festival1985TV Short documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Aspel & Company1985TV SeriesHimself
Na sowas!1985TV SeriesHimself
CBS Early Morning News1982TV SeriesHimself
The Barbara Walters Summer Special1980-1982TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Late Night with David Letterman1982TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Clint Eastwood: Director1982TV Short documentaryHimself
The 7th Annual People's Choice Awards1981TV SpecialHimself - Winner: Favourite Actor in Motion Picture
Clapper Board1980-1981TV SeriesHimself
Les nouveaux rendez-vous1980TV SeriesHimself
The American Movie Awards1980TV SpecialHimself - Honorary Award Recipient
Don Siegel: Last of the Independents1980TV Movie documentaryGuest
Ciné regards1978TV Series documentaryHimself
The Man with No Name1977TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Gauntlet: Behind the Scenes1977Documentary shortHimself
Eastwood in Action1976Documentary shortHimself
Harry Callahan/Clint Eastwood: Something Special in Films1976Documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Backstage in Hollywood1975TV SeriesHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to James Cagney1974TV Special documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The Merv Griffin Show1967-1974TV SeriesHimself - Guest
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to John Ford1973TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 45th Annual Academy Awards1973TV SpecialHimself - Co-Host & Presenter
The Hero Cop: Yesterday and Today1973Documentary shortHimself
Sad Hill Unearthed2017Documentary completed
The 29th Annual Golden Globe Awards1972TV SpecialHimself
Untitled Geraldine Page DocumentaryDocumentary post-productionHimself
Dirty Harry's Way1971Short documentaryHimself / Dirty Harry
Entertainment Tonight2006-2017TV SeriesHimself
The David Frost Show1969-1971TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Sully: Neck Deep in the Hudson: - Shooting Sully2016Video documentary shortHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1971TV SeriesHimself - Actor
Hollywood Film Awards2016VideoHimself
Dinah's Place1971TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Good Morning America1990-2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Linkletter Show1970TV SeriesHimself
Extra2003-2016TV SeriesHimself / Himself - American Sniper
The 42nd Annual Academy Awards1970TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Foreign Film
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2014-2016TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
The Joey Bishop Show1967-1969TV SeriesHimself - Guest
WGN Morning News2016TV SeriesHimself
Gold Fever1969Documentary shortHimself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show2008-2016TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself
On Location: Where Eagles Dare1968Documentary shortHimself
Guys Choice Awards 20152015TV MovieHimself - Presenter
First Annual All-Star Celebrity Softball Game1967TV SpecialHimself - Celebrity
One Soldier's Story: The Journey of American Sniper2015ShortHimself
The Danny Kaye Show1965TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Making of American Sniper2015Video documentary shortHimself
The Eamonn Andrews Show1965TV SeriesHimself
Tab Hunter Confidential2015DocumentaryHimself
CBS: The Stars' Address1963TV MovieHimself
The 87th Annual Academy Awards2015TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Best Picture
Talent Scouts1963TV SeriesHimself
Hannity2012-2015TV SeriesHimself
Stump the Stars1962TV Series
Bringing the War Home: The Cost of Heroism2015ShortHimself - Narrator
Mister Ed1962TV SeriesHimself
Today1985-2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Here's Hollywood1960-1962TV SeriesHimself
The Insider2014TV SeriesHimself
Disneyland '591959TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 68th Annual Tony Awards2014TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
Éternelle Jean Seberg2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Million Dollar Baby: On the Ropes2014Video shortHimself
Guys Choice Awards 20132013TV SpecialHimself
Don't Say No Until I Finish Talking: The Story of Richard D. Zanuck2013DocumentaryHimself - Interviewee
Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story2013DocumentaryHimself
Tales from the Warner Bros. Lot2013DocumentaryHimself
Vivir de cine2012TV SeriesHimself
Casting By2012DocumentaryHimself
The 40th Republican National Convention2012TV SpecialHimself
Mrs. Eastwood & Company2012TV SeriesHimself
Behind the Seams: The 14th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards Special2012TV SpecialHimself
Addicted to Fame2012DocumentaryHimself
J. Edgar: A Complicated Man2012Video documentary shortHimself
J. Edgar: The Most Powerful Man in the World2012Video documentary shortHimself
DGA Moments in Time2011ShortHimself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2009-2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Daily Show2008-2011TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Clint Eastwood's West2011Video documentary shortHimself
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Morgan Freeman2011TV SpecialHimself
Kurosawa's Way2011DocumentaryHimself
Unite for Japan2011ShortHimself
Making It in Hollywood2011DocumentaryHimself
Dave Brubeck: In His Own Sweet Way2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2010TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Hour2010TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Ray Charles America2010DocumentaryHimself
Hollywood Salutes Matt Damon: An American Cinematheque Tribute2010TV MovieHimself
Go' aften Danmark2010TV SeriesHimself
The Eastwood Factor2010Video documentaryHimself
Xposé2010TV SeriesHimself
Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Biography1994-2010TV Series documentaryHimself
The Making of Anton AKA Trapped2009Video documentaryHimself
Lopez Tonight2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Reel Injun2009DocumentaryHimself
Vittorio D.2009DocumentaryHimself
Spike's Guys Choice2009TV SpecialHimself
Gran Torino: Next Door2009Video documentary shortHimself
Making of...2009TV Series documentaryHimself
Gomorron2009TV SeriesHimself - Om Livet i Hollywood / Himself - Från Los Angeles
Changeling - Partners in Crime: Bringing Changeling to the Screen2009Video documentary shortHimself
Changeling - The Common Thread: Angelina Becomes Christine2009Video documentary shortHimself
Partners in Crime: Clint Eastwood and Angelina Jolie2009Video documentary shortHimself
Plymouth Rock Studios: The Series2009TV SeriesHimself
The Movie Loft2009TV SeriesHimself
Días de cine1992-2009TV SeriesHimself
Late Show with David Letterman2006-2009TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards2009TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Best Original Score & Best Original Song

Archive Footage

Oscar's Greatest Moments1992Video documentaryHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1992TV SeriesHimself
Back to the Future Part II1989Joe (uncredited)
Give Me Your Answer True1987Documentary
The Ultimate Stuntman: A Tribute to Dar Robinson1987TV Movie documentaryHimself
Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter1982TV Movie documentaryActor - 'Every Which Way But Loose' (uncredited)
Fist of Fear, Touch of Death1980DocumentaryHimself, at the Academy Awards (uncredited)
The Ed Sullivan Show1970TV SeriesHimself
El magnifico extranjero1967Rowdy Yates
Le Fossoyeur de Films2017TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Sunrise2017TV SeriesHimself
Fox and Friends2016TV SeriesHimself
Extra2015-2016TV SeriesHimself
Mes Chers Contemporain2015TV SeriesHimself
Wogan: The Best Of2015TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2015TV SeriesHimself
Inside Edition2015TV Series documentaryHimself
2nd Indie Fest of YouTube Videos 20142014TV MovieHimself
And the Oscar Goes To...2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
The O'Reilly Factor2008-2014TV SeriesHimself Harry Callahan Insp. Harry Callahan
Weekend Today2014TV SeriesHimself
Giuliano Gemma: Un italiano nel mondo2013DocumentaryHimself
Edición Especial Coleccionista2013TV SeriesBlondie
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2012-2013TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Convention Speech
Sendung ohne Namen2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Insiders2012TV SeriesHimself
The Bolt Report2012TV SeriesHimself
Welcome to the Basement2012TV SeriesPardner
I Am Bruce Lee2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
Banda sonora2012TV SeriesFrankie Dunn
Whistleblowers: The Untold Stories2011TV SeriesHimself - Award Winning Actor
Gilles Jacob: CIitizen Cannes2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Premio Donostia a Meryl Streep2008TV SpecialRobert Kincaid
Ceremonia de inauguración - 56º Festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián2008TV MovieRobert Kincaid (uncredited)
The Real 'Life on Mars'!2008TV Movie documentaryInsp. Harry Callahan (uncredited)
Il falso bugiardo2008Himself
Oscar, que empiece el espectáculo2008TV Movie documentaryFrankie Dunn (uncredited)
Cannes, 60 ans d'histoires2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
La tele de tu vida2007TV SeriesHimself
Canada A.M.2007TV SeriesHimself
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters2006DocumentaryHimself / William 'Bill' Munny (uncredited)
50 premios Sant Jordi de cinematografía2006TV SpecialFrankie Dunn
Sexes2005TV SeriesRobert Kincaid
80s2005TV Series documentaryGunnery Sgt. Tom 'Gunny' Highway
Cinema mil2005TV SeriesHimself
60 Minutes2003-2005TV Series documentaryHimself - Director, Million Dollar Baby (segment "Hilary Swank") / Himself - Actor
The 76th Annual Academy Awards2004TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Best Picture, Best Director
Gomorron2003TV SeriesHimself
Comedy Central Roast of Denis Leary2003TV Movie
Modern Marvels2002TV Series documentaryHimself
I sogni nel mirino2002DocumentaryHimself
Who Is Alan Smithee?2002TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Private Screenings2001TV SeriesRed Hardigan
The Unbeatable Bruce Lee2001Video documentaryHimself
Warner Bros. 75th Anniversary: No Guts, No Glory1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Movie Show1995TV SeriesHimself
Ennio Morricone1995TV Movie documentary
100 Years of the Hollywood Western1994TV Movie documentaryHimself
Red, White & Boots1994TV MovieHimself
The Best of the Don Lane Show1994TV MovieHimself

Won Awards

2015AFI AwardAFI Awards, USAMovie of the YearAmerican Sniper (2014)
2015CinemaCon AwardCinemaCon, USAFandango Fan Choice
2015Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Film DirectorJersey Boys (2014)
2015Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign FilmJersey Boys (2014)
2015Readers' Choice AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign FilmJersey Boys (2014)
2014Truly Moving Picture AwardHeartland FilmAmerican Sniper (2014)
2014NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest DirectorAmerican Sniper (2014)
2014OFTA Film Hall of FameOnline Film & Television AssociationCreative
2012Governors' AwardSociety of Camera Operators
2012AFI AwardAFI Awards, USAMovie of the YearJ. Edgar (2011)
2012Distinguished Collaborator AwardCostume Designers Guild Awards
2011DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Hereafter (2010)
2011Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Non-European Director (Regista del Miglior Film Non-Europeo)Hereafter (2010)
2010CinEuphoriaCinEuphoria AwardsTop Ten of the Year - International CompetitionChangeling (2008)
2010CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)Gran Torino (2008)
2010Fotogramas de PlataFotogramas de PlataBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Gran Torino (2008)
2010Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Film DirectorGran Torino (2008)
2010Readers' Choice AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign FilmGran Torino (2008)
2009Modern Master AwardSanta Barbara International Film FestivalChangeling (2008)
2009AFI AwardAFI Awards, USAMovie of the YearGran Torino (2008)
2009Honorary Golden PalmCannes Film Festival
2009DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Gran Torino (2008)
2009Audience AwardFICE - Federazione Italiana Cinema d'EssaiBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Gran Torino (2008)
2009Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsLife Achievement (Performer)
2009Golden Camera for Lifetime AchievementGolden Camera, GermanyInternational
2009Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Non-European Director (Regista del Miglior Film Non-Europeo)Gran Torino (2008)
2009NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest DirectorInvictus (2009)
2009Career Achievement AwardPalm Springs International Film Festival
2008BodilBodil AwardsBest American Film (Bedste amerikanske film)Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2008Special AwardCannes Film Festival
2008Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsLife Achievement (Other)
2008Hollywood Film AwardHollywood Film AwardsDirector of the Year
2008NBR AwardNational Board of Review, USABest ActorGran Torino (2008)
2007Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Original SongGrace Is Gone (2007)
2007Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest DirectorFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2007AFI AwardAFI Awards, USAMovie of the YearLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Non-European Director (Regista del Miglior Film Non-Europeo)Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2007Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language Film DirectorFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2007Readers' Choice AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2007Spirit of Independence AwardLos Angeles Film Festival
2007Filmmaker's AwardMotion Picture Sound Editors, USA
2007NTFCA AwardNorth Texas Film Critics Association, USBest Foreign Language FilmLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2006Milestone AwardPGA Awards
2006SDFCS AwardSan Diego Film Critics Society AwardsBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2006Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest DirectorFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2006Critics AwardSESC Film Festival, BrazilBest Foreign Film (Melhor Filme Estrangeiro)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Critics AwardSESC Film Festival, BrazilBest Foreign Director (Melhor Diretor Estrangeiro)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Britannia AwardBAFTA/LA Britannia AwardsExcellence in Film
2006Blue Ribbon AwardBlue Ribbon AwardsBest Foreign Langauge FilmMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2006CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Lifetime Achievement AwardDirectors Guild of America, USA
2006Fotogramas de PlataFotogramas de PlataBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Founder's AwardGolden Boot Awards
2006Hochi Film AwardHochi Film AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2006Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Jupiter AwardJupiter AwardBest International DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Jupiter AwardJupiter AwardBest International FilmMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language Film DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Readers' Choice AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Motion Picture of the YearMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Achievement in DirectingMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005VFCC AwardVancouver Film Critics CircleBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Blue Ribbon AwardBlue Ribbon AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmMystic River (2003)
2005DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2005DGA AwardDirectors Guild of America, USAOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005FCCA AwardFilm Critics Circle of Australia AwardsBest Foreign Film - English LanguageMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmMystic River (2003)
2005Readers' Choice AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmMystic River (2003)
2005Mainichi Film ConcoursMainichi Film ConcoursBest Foreign Language FilmMystic River (2003)
2004Lifetime Achievement AwardPublicists Guild of America
2004SDFCS AwardSan Diego Film Critics Society AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004SDFCS AwardSan Diego Film Critics Society AwardsBest ScoreMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004Sant JordiSant Jordi AwardsBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Mystic River (2003)
2004Seattle Film Critics AwardSeattle Film Critics AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004UFCA AwardUtah Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004Opus AwardASCAP Film and Television Music Awards
2004Lifetime Achievement AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association Awards
2004CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)Mystic River (2003)
2004Fotogramas de PlataFotogramas de PlataBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Mystic River (2003)
2004ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsDirector of the YearMystic River (2003)
2004Special Achievement AwardNational Board of Review, USAMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2003Life Achievement AwardScreen Actors Guild Awards
2003Golden CoachCannes Film FestivalMystic River (2003)
2002Future Film Festival Digital AwardVenice Film FestivalBlood Work (2002)
2002Career Achievement AwardChicago International Film Festival
2001Akira Kurosawa AwardSan Francisco International Film Festival
2001Contribution to Cinematic Imagery AwardArt Directors Guild
2001Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmSpace Cowboys (2000)
2001Mainichi Film ConcoursMainichi Film ConcoursBest Foreign Language FilmSpace Cowboys (2000)
2000Career Golden LionVenice Film Festival
1999Career Achievement AwardNational Board of Review, USA
1998Lifetime Achievement Award in Motion PicturesPGA Awards
1998Honorary CésarCésar Awards, France
1996Life Achievement AwardAmerican Film Institute, USA
1996ASCAP AwardASCAP Film and Television Music AwardsTop Box Office FilmsThe Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1996Blue Ribbon AwardBlue Ribbon AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmThe Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1996Gala TributeFilm Society of Lincoln Center
1996Fotogramas de PlataFotogramas de PlataBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)The Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1996Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language Film DirectorThe Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1996Readers' Choice AwardMainichi Film ConcoursBest Foreign Language FilmThe Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1995Irving G. Thalberg Memorial AwardAcademy Awards, USA
1995Douglas Sirk AwardHamburg Film Festival
1994Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmUnforgiven (1992)
1994Mainichi Film ConcoursMainichi Film ConcoursBest Foreign Language FilmUnforgiven (1992)
1993Showmanship AwardPublicists Guild of AmericaMotion Picture
1993Sant JordiSant Jordi AwardsBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Unforgiven (1992)
1993OscarAcademy Awards, USABest PictureUnforgiven (1992)
1993OscarAcademy Awards, USABest DirectorUnforgiven (1992)
1993ShoWest AwardShoWest Convention, USADirector of the Year
1993Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureUnforgiven (1992)
1993Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsTheatrical Motion PictureUnforgiven (1992)
1993BFI FellowshipBritish Film Institute Awards
1993DGA AwardDirectors Guild of America, USAOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesUnforgiven (1992)
1993Empire AwardEmpire Awards, UKBest FilmUnforgiven (1992)
1993Fotogramas de PlataFotogramas de PlataBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Unforgiven (1992)
1993Golden BootGolden Boot Awards
1993Hochi Film AwardHochi Film AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmUnforgiven (1992)
1993Jupiter AwardJupiter AwardBest International ActorIn the Line of Fire (1993)
1993NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest DirectorUnforgiven (1992)
1992KCFCC AwardKansas City Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorUnforgiven (1992)
1992LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorUnforgiven (1992)
1992LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorUnforgiven (1992)
1991Man of the YearHasty Pudding Theatricals, USA
1990Silver Medallion AwardTelluride Film Festival, US
1989Sant JordiSant Jordi AwardsBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Bird (1988)
1989Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureBird (1988)
1988People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite All-Time Motion Picture Star
1988Cecil B. DeMille AwardGolden Globes, USA
1987People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite Motion Picture Actor
1985People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite Motion Picture Actor
1985Golden AppleGolden Apple AwardsMale Star of the YearTogether with Bill Cosby
1984People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite Motion Picture ActorTied with Burt Reynolds
1982Special AwardShoWest Convention, USAMale Star of the Decade
1981People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite Motion Picture Actor
1980Special MarqueeAmerican Movie Awards

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1971Henrietta AwardGolden Globes, USAWorld Film Favorite - Male
1964Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsFictional Television DramaRawhide (1959)
1962Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsFictional Television DramaRawhide (1959)
1961Bronze WranglerWestern Heritage AwardsFictional Television DramaRawhide (1959)

Nominated Awards

2017Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest DirectorSully (2016)
2015PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesAmerican Sniper (2014)
2015OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Motion Picture of the YearAmerican Sniper (2014)
2015DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)American Sniper (2014)
2015DFCS AwardDenver Film Critics SocietyBest DirectorAmerican Sniper (2014)
2015DGA AwardDirectors Guild of America, USAOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature FilmAmerican Sniper (2014)
2011Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest DirectorHereafter (2010)
2011Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest MusicHereafter (2010)
2011CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)Invictus (2009)
2011Kinema Junpo AwardKinema Junpo AwardsBest Foreign Language FilmInvictus (2009)
2010PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesInvictus (2009)
2010Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureInvictus (2009)
2010Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Nonfiction SpecialJohnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me (2009)
2010Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest DirectorInvictus (2009)
2010Black ReelBlack Reel AwardsBest FilmInvictus (2009)
2010Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorInvictus (2009)
2010Cinema Brazil Grand PrizeCinema Brazil Grand PrizeBest Foreign-Language Film (Melhor Filme Estrangeiro)Gran Torino (2008)
2010DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Invictus (2009)
2010Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsDirector of the DecadeMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2010IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Director (Miglior regia)Gran Torino (2008)
2010IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Actor (Miglior attore protagonista)Gran Torino (2008)
2009Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Original Song - Motion PictureGran Torino (2008)
2009Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Original Score - Motion PictureChangeling (2008)
2009David Lean Award for DirectionBAFTA AwardsBest DirectorChangeling (2008)
2009Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest ActorGran Torino (2008)
2009WAFCA AwardWashington DC Area Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorInvictus (2009)
2009Award of the Argentinean AcademyAcademy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of ArgentinaBest Foreign FilmGran Torino (2008)
2009World Soundtrack AwardWorld Soundtrack AwardsBest Original Song Written for a FilmGran Torino (2008)
2009Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest DirectorChangeling (2008)
2009Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest MusicChangeling (2008)
2009Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorGran Torino (2008)
2009Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest ComposerChangeling (2008)
2009HFCS AwardHouston Film Critics Society AwardsBest DirectorInvictus (2009)
2009IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Director (Miglior regia)Changeling (2008)
2009ALFS AwardLondon Critics Circle Film AwardsDirector of the YearChangeling (2008)
2008Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Original Song - Motion PictureGrace Is Gone (2007)
2008Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Original Score - Motion PictureGrace Is Gone (2007)
2008Silver CondorArgentinean Film Critics Association AwardsBest Foreign Film, Not in the Spanish Language (Mejor Película Extranjera)Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2008Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest ComposerGrace Is Gone (2007)
2008Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalChangeling (2008)
2008CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorGran Torino (2008)
2007OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Motion Picture of the YearLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Achievement in DirectingLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2007Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007VFCC AwardVancouver Film Critics CircleBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2007Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsDirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2006RobertRobert FestivalBest American Film (Årets amerikanske film)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2006Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Original ScoreFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2006SLFCA AwardSt. Louis Film Critics Association, USBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2006SLFCA AwardSt. Louis Film Critics Association, USBest DirectorFlags of Our Fathers (2006)
2006CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2006DFWFCA AwardDallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2006GrammyGrammy AwardsBest Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual MediaMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Performance by an Actor in a Leading RoleMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Original Score - Motion PictureMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005AmandaAmanda Awards, NorwayBest Foreign Feature Film (Årets utenlandske kinofilm)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005DGGB AwardDirectors Guild of Great BritainOutstanding Directorial Achievement in International FilmMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsMotion PictureMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsDirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsEnsemble CastMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Picture (Miglior film)Million Dollar Baby (2004)
2005OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest PictureMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005OFCS AwardOnline Film Critics Society AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesMystic River (2003)
2004RobertRobert FestivalBest American Film (Årets amerikanske film)Mystic River (2003)
2004OscarAcademy Awards, USABest PictureMystic River (2003)
2004OscarAcademy Awards, USABest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004Golden Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Director - Motion PictureMystic River (2003)
2004VFCC AwardVancouver Film Critics CircleBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004Movies for Grownups AwardAARP Movies for Grownups AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004Silver CondorArgentinean Film Critics Association AwardsBest Foreign Film (Mejor Película Extranjera)Mystic River (2003)
2004AFI AwardAustralian Film InstituteBest Foreign FilmMystic River (2003)
2004ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Motion PictureMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Cast EnsembleMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004BodilBodil AwardsBest American Film (Bedste amerikanske film)Mystic River (2003)
2004Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004Critics Choice AwardBroadcast Film Critics Association AwardsBest ComposerMystic River (2003)
2004COFCA AwardCentral Ohio Film Critics AssociationBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004DavidDavid di Donatello AwardsBest Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)Mystic River (2003)
2004DGA AwardDirectors Guild of America, USAOutstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesMystic River (2003)
2004Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsMotion PictureMystic River (2003)
2004Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsDirectorMystic River (2003)
2004IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Director (Miglior regia)Mystic River (2003)
2004Sierra AwardLas Vegas Film Critics Society AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest PictureMystic River (2003)
2004OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2004OFCS AwardOnline Film Critics Society AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2003VVFP AwardVillage Voice Film PollBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2003WAFCA AwardWashington DC Area Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2003ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest Motion PictureMystic River (2003)
2003ACCAAwards Circuit Community AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
2003Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalMystic River (2003)
2003Screen International AwardEuropean Film AwardsMystic River (2003)
2003Golden SchmoesGolden Schmoes AwardsBest Director of the YearMystic River (2003)
2001Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorSpace Cowboys (2000)
2001Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest DirectorSpace Cowboys (2000)
2001Blockbuster Entertainment AwardBlockbuster Entertainment AwardsFavorite Action Team (Internet Only)Space Cowboys (2000)
1999People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite All-Time Movie Star
1996CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorThe Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1996CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)The Bridges of Madison County (1995)
1994Silver RibbonItalian National Syndicate of Film JournalistsBest Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)Unforgiven (1992)
1993PGA AwardPGA AwardsOutstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesUnforgiven (1992)
1993OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Actor in a Leading RoleUnforgiven (1992)
1993BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest DirectionUnforgiven (1992)
1993BAFTA Film AwardBAFTA AwardsBest FilmUnforgiven (1992)
1993CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest ActorUnforgiven (1992)
1993CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest PictureUnforgiven (1992)
1993CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorUnforgiven (1992)
1991CFCA AwardChicago Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorWhite Hunter Black Heart (1990)
1990Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalWhite Hunter Black Heart (1990)
1989CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Foreign Film (Meilleur film étranger)Bird (1988)
1988Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalBird (1988)
1987People's Choice AwardPeople's Choice Awards, USAFavorite All-Around Male Entertainer
1985Palme d'OrCannes Film FestivalPale Rider (1985)
1978Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst On-Screen CoupleEvery Which Way But Loose (1978)
1971Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsStar, Male10th place.
1970Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsAction PerformanceWhere Eagles Dare (1968)
1970Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale Star9th place.
1968Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale Star8th place.

2nd Place Awards

2010Gold Derby AwardGold Derby AwardsCreative Person of the Decade
2006LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2005COFCA AwardCentral Ohio Film Critics AssociationBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005DFWFCA AwardDallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005ICS AwardInternational Cinephile Society AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004Seattle Film Critics AwardSeattle Film Critics AwardsBest MusicMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004SEFCA AwardSoutheastern Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2004COFCA AwardCentral Ohio Film Critics AssociationBest ScoreMystic River (2003)
2004LAFCA AwardLos Angeles Film Critics Association AwardsBest DirectorMystic River (2003)
1993NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest ActorUnforgiven (1992)
1992NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorUnforgiven (1992)
1988NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorBird (1988)
1968Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsAction PerformanceIl buono, il brutto, il cattivo (1966)
1967Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsMale New Face

3rd Place Awards

2009NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest ActorGran Torino (2008)
2008NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest ActorGran Torino (2008)
2006NYFCC AwardNew York Film Critics Circle AwardsBest DirectorLetters from Iwo Jima (2006)
2005NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest ActorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
2005NSFC AwardNational Society of Film Critics Awards, USABest DirectorMillion Dollar Baby (2004)
1971Golden LaurelLaurel AwardsBest Action PerformanceTwo Mules for Sister Sara (1970)

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