Born In: Monterey, California, United States
Scott Clinton Reeves, better known as Scott Eastwood, is an American actor and model. He is the son of famous actor-director Clint Eastwood, whom he closely resembles. For the first few years of his film career, he went by his mother’s last name in order to avoid nepotism. In fact, his father’s name was not mentioned on his birth certificate. He finished his degree in communications and did a few part time jobs before launching himself into his acting career. He made his film debut with a role in ‘Flags of Our Fathers,’ directed by Clint Eastwood. In 2010, he got a break when he landed the lead role in the film ‘Enter Nowhere.’ In recognition of his work, he was awarded the ‘National Board of Review Award’ for ‘Best Cast’ for ‘Fury’ and ‘Teen Choice Award’ for ‘Choice Movie Actor: Drama’ for ‘The Longest Ride.’ He met with a car accident which resulted in the death of his ex-girlfriend Jewel Brangman. The incident was a setback to his personal life. Though he prefers to keep his personal affairs under wraps, he was rumored to be dating Halston Sage.
Also Known As: Scott Clinton Reeves
father: Clint Eastwood
mother: Jacelyn Reeves
Born Country: United States
U.S. State: California
education: Loyola Marymount University
awards: Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Drama
Scott was born on March 21, 1986, in Carmel, Monterey County, California, USA, to actor and director Clint Eastwood and flight attendant Jacelyn Ann Reeves. He is the fifth child of his father’s eight children. Initially, he went by his mother’s name as his father’s name was omitted from his birth certificate.
Scott Eastwood took up odd jobs as bartender, construction worker, and car park valet before his acting career gained momentum. He even seriously considered becoming a fire-fighter before establishing himself as an actor.
Scott Eastwood started his career in films with his mother’s last name in order to avoid nepotism. He was rejected for a role in ‘American Sniper’ which was directed by his father.
He landed the lead role in the film ‘Enter Nowhere’ in 2010. He then went on to play a supporting role as ‘Deputy Hartman’ in the horror film ‘Texas Chainsaw 3D.’ He also acted in David Ayer’s 2014 film ‘Fury’ where he appeared as ‘Sergeant Miles’ alongside Brad Pitt.
In 2015, he appeared in the music video for Taylor Swift's ‘Wildest Dreams’ and starred alongside Britt Robertson in the romantic drama film adaptation of the novel ‘The Longest Ride’ by Nicholas Sparks. In ‘The Longest Ride,’ he played the lead role of ‘Luke Collins.’
In 2018, he was cast to play ‘Staff Sergeant Clint Romesha’ in Rod Lurie's war drama film ‘The Outpost.' In 2019, he was cast to play an important role in Guy Ritchie's action thriller film ‘Cash Truck.'
In his initial films, ‘Flags of Our Fathers’ (2006), ‘Pride’ (2007), and ‘Gran Torino’ (2008), he was credited as Scott Reeves.
In 2015, Scott Eastwood was seen in Taylor Swift’s music video ‘Wildest Dreams’ where he played her love interest. He has also been featured as a model for the fragrance ‘Cool Water’ by ‘Davidoff.’
Scott won the ‘National Board of Review Award’ for ‘Best Cast’ for ‘Fury’ in 2014. He won the ‘Teen Choice Award’ for ‘Choice Movie Actor: Drama’ for ‘The Longest Ride’ in 2015.
Scott Eastwood has always had a lot of respect and regard for his father whom he considers a great professional. His mother was his closest friend and confidant.
Scott Eastwood is known for his love for traveling and wizardry at chess. While filming ‘Pacific Rim: Uprising’ in Australia, he engaged in a variety of activities, such as surfing, hanging around with kangaroos, and checking out restaurants. His shirtless photographs from his visit to Australia were made famous by his fans.
Scott Eastwood has English, German, Irish, Scottish, and Dutch ancestry.
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