Knowledge Identifier: +Clint_Eastwood
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1930.
Countries: United States (65%), (8%), United Kingdom (6%)
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Scott Brady - In 1958, he played the lead role of Sergeant Matt Blake to Clint Eastwood's third billing as Keith Williams in "Ambush at Cimarron Pass", a film which Eastwood is quoted as having called "probably the lousiest western ever made
John Erwin - From 1959 to 1965, he starred as Teddy in the Television Western "Rawhide", the show which launched Clint Eastwood's career
Charles Marquis Warren - In 1959 he became producer and occasional writer and director for the series "Rawhide" starring Eric Fleming and Clint Eastwood
John Russell (actor) - Throughout the 1960s to the 1980s, he returned to secondary roles, appearing in more than twenty films, including three directed by his friend Clint Eastwood
While separated from Johnson, Eastwood had an affair with dancer Roxanne Tunis, with whom he had his first child, Kimber; he did not publicly acknowledge her until 1996.
Susan Clark - Clark had leading roles in several films, including "Coogan's Bluff" with Clint Eastwood in 1968, "Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here" with Robert Redford in 1969, "Valdez Is Coming" with Burt Lancaster in 1971, "Night Moves" with Gene Hackman in 1975, the disaster film "Airport 1975", and another disaster film "City on Fire" with Barry Newman, Leslie Nielsen and Shelley Winters
Herman Miller (writer) - Miller was responsible for the story of the 1968 feature film "Coogan's Bluff" starring Clint Eastwood
Warner Bros. - Although movie audiences had shrunk, Warner's new management believed in the drawing power of stars, signing co-production deals with several of the biggest names of the day, among them Paul Newman, Robert Redford, Barbra Streisand, and Clint Eastwood, carrying the studio successfully through the 1970s and 1980s
Don Rickles - In 1970, Rickles had a notable role as the con man Sgt. Crapgame in the hit film "Kelly's Heroes" with Clint Eastwood
Joyce Jameson - In the 1970s, Jameson had notable roles in films such as "Death Race 2000" playing Grace Pander and she appeared in the 1976 Clint Eastwood western "The Outlaw Josey Wales" as Rose, further illustrating that her acting spanned a great number of genres
Paul Frees - Frees provided the voice-over for the trailer to the 1971 Clint Eastwood thriller, "Play Misty for Me"
Pamelyn Ferdin - Her character Amy in the 1971 film "The Beguiled" turns against the Clint Eastwood character after he kills her pet turtle
He next starred in the loner Western Joe Kidd, based on a character inspired by Reies Lopez Tijerina who stormed a courthouse in Tierra Amarilla, New Mexico, in June 1967.
Ford Torino - The 1972 Ford Gran Torino Sport SportsRoof was featured in the movie "Gran Torino", directed by and starring Clint Eastwood
Robert Urich - Urich made a noteworthy screen appearance opposite Clint Eastwood in the 1973 Dirty Harry film "Magnum Force" playing a vigilante motorcycle-patrol police officer
Richard Long (actor) - A few years after her husband's death in 1974, Corday's friend Clint Eastwood offered her a chance to return to filmmaking with a role in his 1977 film "The Gauntlet"
Mara Corday - A few years after her husband's death in 1974, Corday's friend Clint Eastwood offered her a chance to return to filmmaking with a role in his 1977 film "The Gauntlet"
Eastwood entered a relationship with actress Sondra Locke in 1975, and they lived together for fourteen years despite the fact that she remained married to her gay husband, Gordon Anderson.
Asa Earl Carter - Clint Eastwood directed and starred in a 1976 film adaptation of "Josey Wales", retitled "The Outlaw Josey Wales" after the book was sent to his offices by Carter as an unsolicited submission and Eastwood's partner read and put his support behind it
Mel Tillis - He achieved another No. 1 in 1978 with "I Believe In You" and again in 1979 with "Coca-Cola Cowboy", which was put in the Clint Eastwood movie "Every Which Way but Loose", in which he made a cameo appearance
Snuff Garrett - In 1978, Garrett produced the country-oriented soundtrack of Clint Eastwood's "Every Which Way but Loose", which appeared on Garrett's latter-day label, Viva Records
Eastwood starred in the atmospheric thriller Escape from Alcatraz in 1979, the last of his films to be directed by Don Siegel.
Eastwood directed the 1980 comedy Bronco Billy as well as playing the lead role in alongside Locke, Scatman Crothers, and Sam Bottoms.
Norman Lumsden - He branched out into films during the 1980s, notably appearing in Clint Eastwood's 1990 film "White Hunter, Black Heart
Michael Currie (actor) - Later that year, he starred in the Clint Eastwood movie "Firefox" and co-starred with Eastwood in the 1980 comedy film "Any Which Way You Can"
Charles B. Pierce - Pierce continued directing films into the 1980s, when he wrote the story for the Clint Eastwood film "Sudden Impact"
Everett McGill - Korean War - After coming into the public eye in 1981 for his role as the rugged caveman leader Naoh in "Quest for Fire", McGill appeared in "Silver Bullet", a 1985 werewolf movie inspired by a Stephen King short story; the Korean War battle epic "Field of Honor" and the Clint Eastwood war film "Heartbreak Ridge" in 1986; and in the 1989 installment of the James Bond franchise "Licence to Kill"
In 1982 Eastwood directed and starred alongside his son Kyle in Honkytonk Man, based on the eponymous Clancy Carlile's depression-era novel.
Tracey Walter - He appeared in a small role with Clint Eastwood in the 1982 film "Honkytonk Man" and has coined the phrase "Right Cheer" while playing a service station attendant as well as "Make 'Em Bounce" from the movie "Raggedy Man"
Jimmie Rodgers (country singer) - The 1982 film, "Honkytonk Man", directed by and starring Clint Eastwood was loosely based on Rodgers' life
Marsha Mason - However, she co-starred with Clint Eastwood in the 1986 film "Heartbreak Ridge", which was fairly well received and a commercial success
The African Queen was shot in Zimbabwe in the summer of 1989. The film received some critical attention but with only a limited release earned just $8.4 million.
Eastwood directed and starred in White Hunter Black Heart, an adaptation of Peter Viertel's roman à clef, about John Huston.
Legacy of Kain - Silicon Knights conceptualized Kain, a vampire antihero inspired by Clint Eastwood's "Unforgiven", as an atypical "gray" protagonist, neither good nor evil, despite being advised in 1993 that such a character would not appeal to gamers
At the May 1994 Cannes Film Festival Eastwood received France's Ordre des Arts et des Lettres medal on March 27, 1995, he was awarded the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award at the 67th Academy Awards.
Timothy Olyphant - In 1995 he landed his first TV role in a pilot for a remake of the series "77 Sunset Strip", produced by Clint Eastwood
Meryl Streep - In 1995, Streep played opposite Clint Eastwood in the love story "The Bridges of Madison County"
Irene Kral - She became more famous posthumously when Clint Eastwood used her recordings in his 1995 movie "The Bridges of Madison County"
As well as directing the 1997 political thriller Absolute Power, Eastwood once again appeared alongside co-star Gene Hackman.
John Berendt - Midnight was adapted into a 1997 film, directed by Clint Eastwood, receiving mixed reviews
Donald Sutherland - He played an ageing but enthusiastic astronaut in 2000's "Space Cowboys", co-starring with director Clint Eastwood
Jon Hamm - In 2000 he made his feature film debut in Clint Eastwood's space adventure, "Space Cowboys"
Governor Schwarzenegger appointed Eastwood to the California Film Commission in April 2004.
Jay Baruchel - In 2004, Baruchel played boxing hopeful Danger Barch in Clint Eastwood's "Million Dollar Baby", which received an Oscar for Best Picture the following year
Hilary Swank - Swank again won the Best Actress Oscar, and another Golden Globe, for playing a female boxer in Clint Eastwood's 2004 film "Million Dollar Baby", a role for which she underwent extensive training in the ring and weight room gaining 19 pounds of muscle aided by professional trainer Grant L Roberts
Eastwood and Shriver supported a 2006 lawsuit to block the toll road and urged the California Coastal Commission to reject the project, which it duly did in February 2008.
Hollywood Symphony Orchestra - Composers represented in 2006 included Miklós Rózsa, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Maurice Jarre, Victor Young, Dimitri Tiomkin, Craig Armstrong, Clint Eastwood, Henry_Mancini, Elmer Bernstein, Dave Grusin, Alex North, John Scott, Sergei Prokofiev, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Max Steiner, Don Davis, Ernest Gold, Bernard Herrmann
Franklin Sousley - Franklin Sousley is featured in the 2006 Clint Eastwood film "Flags of Our Fathers", and was portrayed by American actor Joseph Michael Cross
Harlon Block - Harlon Block is featured in the 2006 Clint Eastwood film "Flags of Our Fathers", and was portrayed by American actor Benjamin Walker
Jason Gray-Stanford - He appeared in the 2006 Clint Eastwood film, "Flags of our Fathers" as Lieutenant Schrier
Jeremy Glazer - He appeared in the film "Letters from Iwo Jima" which was directed by Clint Eastwood in 2006 and "Save Me"
Ned Eisenberg - He has continued his film career; he appeared in Clint Eastwood's Academy *award-winning drama "Million Dollar Baby" and played the small but important role of photographer Joe Rosenthal in the 2006 film "Flags of Our Fathers", directed by Eastwood
Kazunari Ninomiya - He is a member of Japanese boy band Arashi and is best known to movie audiences for his portrayal as Private Saigo in the 2006 Clint Eastwood war film "Letters from Iwo Jima"
Adam Beach - In 2006, Beach portrayed Ira Hayes in Clint Eastwood's feature film "Flags of Our Fathers"
Ryan Phillippe - In 2006, Phillippe played real-life Navy corpsman John Bradley in the war film "Flags of Our Fathers", directed by Clint Eastwood and following the journey of the United States Marines who lifted the flag at the battle of Iwo Jima
Steven Spielberg - In 2006, Spielberg co-executive produced with famed filmmaker Robert Zemeckis a CGI children's film called Monster House, marking their eighth collaboration since 1990's Back to the Future Part III. He teamed with Clint Eastwood for the first time in their careers, co-producing Eastwood's Flags of Our Fathers and Letters from Iwo Jima with Robert Lorenz and Eastwood himself.
Melanie Lynskey - In 2006, she had a small but substantial role in Clint Eastwood's Oscar-nominated World War II drama "Flags of Our Fathers" and returned to New Zealand in late 2007 to a starring role in "Show of Hands", which premiered at the Montreal Film Festival in 2008, and earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the Qantas Television *awards
Michael Strank - Michael Strank is prominently featured in the 2006 Clint Eastwood movie "Flags of Our Fathers", where he is played by Canadian actor Barry Pepper
John Ford - The longer revised version of Directed by John Ford shown on Turner Classic Movies in November, 2006 features directors Steven Spielberg, Clint Eastwood, and Martin Scorsese, who suggest that the string of classic films Ford directed during 1936 to 1941 was due in part to an intense six-month extra-marital affair with Katharine Hepburn, the star of Mary of Scotland, an Elizabethan costume drama.
Bee Vang - He is the co-star of Clint Eastwood's 2008 film "Gran Torino", playing the character Thao Vang Lor
Brian Haley - In 2009 he played Clint Eastwood's discontented son Mitch in the *award winning movie "Gran Torino"
Richard Kind - He played the role of burnt spy Jesse's ex-boss, in three episodes of season 4 of "Burn Notice" as Marv, and had a small role in Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter", as Christos Andryo, in 2010
In January 2011, it was announced that Eastwood is in talks to direct Beyonce Knowles in a third remake of the 1937 film A Star Is Born.
Beyonce Knowles - In January 2011, it was announced that Knowles would appear in a remake of A Star Is Born, to be directed and produced by Clint Eastwood for Warner Bros.
During a speech at the 2012 Republican National Convention, Eastwood talked to an empty chair as if President Barack Obama were sitting in it
Amy Adams - In 2012, Adams portrayed Peggy Dodd in "The Master" and the daughter of Clint Eastwood's character in the baseball drama "Trouble with the Curve"
He and Sandera went public with their relationship at the 87th Academy Awards in February 2015