But it turns out his personal life and relationships are just as prolific as his cowboy adventures, and maybe even more. With a slew of romantic partners and an impressive set of future cowboys and cowgirls, Eastwood turns out to be quite the family man. Keep reading for a glimpse into this man’s convoluted family tree.
Clint Eastwood has 8 children to carry his supreme genes on this earth. One of those children he only got to know when she was 34 years old! Those children all have Eastwood as their father, but don't necessarily share the same mother. So it's fair to say that this family isn't the most simple in the world of Hollywood.
Clint Eastwood's many romantic partners and busy career didn't keep him from doing his best as a father. His children are now all grown up and have glamorous careers befitting members of the house of Eastwood. It's tricky to know where to start when telling the story of the Eastwood family.
An Early Start
The earliest known romantic relationships we know Clint Eastwood was involved in were in his teenage years. We have to go all the way back to when he was just in high school. There was the classic girl next door when he was 14 years old.
The relationship that followed this one was a little less classic — at 19 years old, Eastwood had his first stalker. Her name is unknown, but according to an Us Weekly interview from the 80s, she was 20-something and worked as a school teacher. The two dated for a while, after which she threatened to harm herself if he broke up with her. Yikes!
Marrying Margaret Johnson
Clint Eastwood's first marriage to Margaret (Maggie) Johnson is a story of love at first sight. The couple met in 1953, when Maggie was working as a secretary and Clint was still struggling to make it big in Hollywood. They were set up on a blind date by a mutual friend, and from that moment on, they knew they were meant to be together.
However, while Maggie was Clint's first wife, she was far from being his only romantic partner. Despite their initial connection, their marriage did not last forever, and they did not exactly have the happy ending that you would dream of in a marriage.
All Good Things End
Clint Eastwood and Margaret Johnson's whirlwind romance resulted in their marriage less than a year after their first date. The couple appeared to have a happy relationship and went on to have two children together, Alison and Kyle. However, there were issues bubbling below the surface of their marriage that would eventually lead to their divorce.
Clint Eastwood's other romantic relationships and a secret child he had fathered caused tension in their relationship. Despite the challenges that they faced, Clint Eastwood and Margaret Johnson remained committed to their family and continued to co-parent their children after they had already separated.
To say that Clint Eastwood's marriage to Margaret Johnson had a rocky start would be the understatement of the century. According to film historian Richard Schickel, Clint believes that he and Johnson were too young to get married and should have waited until they were more established.
It appears that Clint Eastwood's habit of having affairs with his castmates started in 1955, two years after he got married. He had a tiny uncredited role in "Star in the Dust," a film starring Mamie Van Doren. The two met on set and had a closer-than-castmates kind of relationship if you know what we mean.
Mamie Van Doren is far from being the only woman to have had a relationship with Clint Eastwood while he was still married to Johnson. Not limited to just castmates, Clint's extramarital partners put together could populate a small, self-sustaining village. OK, maybe we are exaggerating a little - but still, he got around a lot in his heyday!
His record includes athletes (competitive swimmer Anita Lohest), journalists (food critic Gael Greene), models (Cathy Reghin, Briget Byrne), and other showbiz women such as singer Keely Smith, and actresses Catherine Deneuve, Susan St. James, and Jill Banner. As we already hinted, Clint had his hand in many different honey pots!
Meeting Roxanne Tunis
Clint Eastwood and Roxanne Tunis shared a romantic relationship that lasted for a staggering 14 years. They first crossed paths on the set of the popular Western TV series "Rawhide," where Eastwood portrayed the character of Rowdy Yates and Tunis served as a dancer and stuntwoman.
Their chemistry was undeniable, and it wasn't long before they became romantically involved. Although their relationship was an open secret on the set of "Rawhide," it is said that Eastwood's then-girlfriend, Maggie, had no idea about it. Despite the challenges of keeping their romance under wraps, Eastwood and Tunis continued to see each other, and their relationship lasted for over a decade.
First Time Father
Clint Eastwood and Roxanne Tunis's relationship was not just an affair. They had a child together, a daughter named Kimber Lynn, who was born before Eastwood's legal marriage to Maggie Johnson. Kymber Lynn's arrival marked Eastwood's first experience of fatherhood. However, the birth of his child was kept a secret from the public for many years.
In 1989, the National Enquirer published an article that revealed the existence of Kimber Lynn, and the story sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry. Although Eastwood was initially tight-lipped about the revelation, he eventually confirmed the news and acknowledged Kimber Lynn as his daughter.
Dating Sondra Locke
Sondra Locke was a talented actress who met Clint Eastwood in 1972. They started dating but took things slowly, and it wasn't until three years later that they moved in together. The couple shared a home in Sherman Oaks, which was the same house where Eastwood had previously lived with his first wife, Maggie.
However, the living arrangements proved challenging for Locke, as Eastwood was still legally married to Maggie at the time. The house held many memories for Eastwood, and Locke felt like she was living in Maggie's shadow. As a result, Locke asked Eastwood to find a new home where they could start fresh and build a life together without the weight of the past.
Maggie Johnson was not thrilled with the idea of Sondra Locke living in their former home. She did not want Locke to come anywhere near her property and even hesitated to let her meet her children. As a result, Eastwood and Locke decided to move into a new house in Bel-Air, which required significant renovations that would take three years to complete.
During the renovation process, the couple moved from one property to another, spending time in Sun Valley, Idaho, and Tiburon, California, among other places. Despite the challenges they faced, Locke and Eastwood's relationship endured, and they continued to work together in the film industry.
Remember how we said we will get to Johnson and Eastwood's separation? Here is where we keep our promise. Clint and Maggie legally separated in 1978 and got officially divorced in 1984, reportedly resulting in Maggie getting 25-30 million dollars out of the settlement.
Apparently, Sondra was also legally married during her relationship with Clint. But things were different in her case. She and her legal husband, artist Gordon Anderson, were only married on paper. Anderson was gay and had a live-in male partner of his own. A court testimony says that this marriage was an arrangement of convenience and never consummated.
Sondra Locke and Clint Eastwood had different views on having children. Locke wanted to start a family, but Eastwood was not interested. During their relationship, Locke became pregnant twice, and both times, Eastwood reportedly pressured her to have an abortion. As a result, Locke eventually decided to have her tubes tied to prevent any future pregnancies.
This issue, along with Locke's marriage to Gordon Anderson, were among the primary reasons for the couple's eventual separation. Despite their differences, Locke and Eastwood continued to work together on several films together, although their relationship would be strained in the years to come.
Although Eastwood and Locke were never officially married, their 14-year-long relationship was said to be monogamous (for the most part anyway) and committing. "I truly believed that Clint and I did not need papers to validate the commitments we had made to each other," said Sondra. But things changed for them.
They sadly parted ways in 1989, and while they were never married, their separation was a lot like legal divorce, with a palimony lawsuit that dragged on for a long time. It's amazing to think that Eastwood was able to juggle these marital issues while still staying so busy in Hollywood.
Getting Together With Jacelyn Reeves
Another one of Clint Eastwood's many relationships is with Jacelyn Reeves. There are very little known details about their relationship, but some information did slip out. Reeves met Eastwood back in the 1980s when she was a flight attendant based in Hawaii and he was still involved with Sondra Locke.
The two reportedly met at the Eastwood-owned inn called the Hog's Breath and soon enough, they started a relationship together. During this time period, the couple had two children — Kathryn and Scott, who were kept secret for decades until the mid-2000s. And as secrets go, that's a pretty big one to keep for so long.
Leading a Double Life
When Locke found out about Eastwood's relationship with Reeves she was furious. One of the most divisive aspects of their relationship was the subject of having children. And while Locke had her tubes tied, she was livid thinking of him having children with another woman.
"My mind was still searching to get all his actions lined up," said Locke, "For at least the last four years, Clint had been living this double life, going between me and this other woman, and having children with her. Two babies had been born during the last three years of our relationship, and they weren't mine."
Relationship With Frances Fisher
It looks like Eastwood likes to have souvenirs from productions he's participated in, and that those souvenirs often include a female castmate. Yet another romantic partner of Eastwood's is actress Frances Fisher who first met him when they did the film "Pink Cadillac" together in 1989.
They had a secret, non-exclusive affair, but it became serious and public two years later. Fisher moved in with Eastwood in 1990, did another movie with him ("Unforgiven") in 1992, and they had a daughter together, Francesca, in 1993. While neither of them were married at the time, they never got married to each other.
Head Over Heels
Just like so many other women over the last 50+ years, it seems that Eastwood's irresistible charm got to Fisher as well. When asked about her relationship with Clint, she said she thought this one was for good, not realizing that he's had a similar effect on many other women.
And once again, Eastwood was having babies all over the place and furthermore, he was keeping these births a secret for professional reasons. When Frances got pregnant with Francesca, the thing was kept secret for 6 months since Clint didn't want the issue to take attention away from his Oscar race.
Witnessing the Miracle of Life
Francesca is the daughter of actor and director Clint Eastwood and actress Frances Fisher. While Eastwood was already a father of six when Francesca was born, he had never been present for the birth of any of his previous children. Francesca's birth was a significant moment for him as a father.
However, his relationship with Reeves was short-lived, and they broke up two years after Francesca was born. Frances was deeply affected by the breakup and had believed that the relationship would last. Despite the circumstances, Francesca has grown up to have a close relationship with her father and siblings and has pursued a career in acting and modeling.
Breaking up With Frances
It appears that Clint Eastwood's difficulty in remaining faithful was what brought on the termination of his relationship with Frances Fisher when everything was said and done. Apparently, he was seeing Jacelyn Reeves secretly while still involved with Fisher, and the whole thing came to her knowledge. Clearly, this was going to take a turn for the worse.
In 1995, Clint and Frances put an end to their 14-year-long relationship. Fisher grieved over the relationship for two years before being able to move on. She has had no known relationships after this one. Because let's face it, nothing after Clint is going to be an upgrade, right?
Wait, Another Surprise Child?
In 1993, shortly before Francesca was born, a rumor surfaced, stating that Eastwood has a child he was unaware of — a woman from Washington who was looking for her biological parents and claimed that Eastwood was her father. In the years following the rumor, no concrete evidence emerged to confirm or refute the woman's claim.
The rumor, however, continued to circulate in the media, with some sources suggesting that the woman had taken a DNA test that showed a high probability of paternity, while others dismissed the claim as baseless. To this day, the alleged love child remains a mystery, and Eastwood has never publicly addressed the rumor or acknowledged the woman's claim.
Marrying Dina Ruiz
After sowing some wild oats, having children, affairs, and dating around (sometimes simultaneously), Eastwood felt like it was finally the right time to settle down once again. This time, he had fallen head over heels for the news reporter Dina Ruiz. It turns out that she is 35 years his junior.
Ruiz and Eastwood first met at an interview in 1993 and it seems like sparks flew between them immediately. Just three years later, the couple agreed to "put a ring on it" and the rest, as they say, was history. Their wedding was held in Las Vegas on the Shadow Creek Golf Course. Their daughter, Morgan, was born three years later.
More Screen Time
Dina Ruiz appeared in "Blood Work" and "True Crime," two of Eastwood's films, and then went on to star in a Kardashian-like reality TV show on E! network. The show was called "Mrs. Eastwood & Company" and it chronicled the day-to-day life of her, her daughter Morgan, and her stepdaughter, Francesca.
Clint Eastwood would make occasional appearances on the show from time to time, as did Jade Berti, Dina's sister-in-law and granddaughter of comedian Groucho Marx. It wasn't exactly the most enthralling reality TV show to ever come out, but hey, it's an Eastwood family, and we're all here for it.
Nothing Lasts Forever
When Ruiz came for an interview on the talk show "Chelsea Lately," she spoke about her relationship with Eastwood and made a remark on how Hollywood marriages tend to end in divorce. Little did she know, she was predicting her own future.
After being married for several years and having a child together, many thought this relationship was going to work. The two, however, separated after ten years of marriage. While the reasons for their breakup are a little unclear, it seemed that Eastwood was happy with the reality show documenting their life and it coincided with the breakdown in their marriage.
After breaking up with Ruiz, Eastwood has been reported to have other relationships, mostly with women much younger than himself. There was Erica Tomlinson-Fisher, a photographer 41 years younger than him, and Christina Sandera, a restaurant hostess 33 years younger than him. He even went public with the latter at the 2015 Oscars.
None of those women had children with him. Well, none that we know of, at least. And when it comes to Eastwood, if there is anything we learned, is to expect the unexpected. Not to mention the fact that these were the women that he has publically dated. There could have been more...
Daughter Kimber Lynn Eastwood
Born in 1964, Kimber Lynn is the daughter of Roxanne Tunis, a former actress, dancer, and stuntwoman who had a long-term relationship with Clint Eastwood. While she briefly tried her hand at acting, her true passion lies in makeup artistry. Over the years, she has established herself as a highly skilled makeup artist and has worked on numerous film and television productions.
Her most notable work, however, has been on the long-running game show "Wheel of Fortune," where she has served as a makeup artist for over 400 episodes. Lynn's talent and dedication have made her a respected figure in the entertainment industry, and she continues to thrive in her chosen profession.
Kymber Lynn's Career
In addition to her work as an actor and makeup artist, Kymber Lynn has also made a name for herself as a producer. In 2014, she produced her first feature film, "Rapture," a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller that garnered critical acclaim. Since then, she has produced several other projects, including the 2018 short film "Piggy," which she also directed.
Like her father, Clint Eastwood, Kymber Lynn has been married multiple times. She has a son named Clinton from her first marriage to Anthony Gaddie. Kymber is currently married to producer Shawn Midkiff, and the couple has been together for over a decade.
Son Kyle Eastwood
Kyle Eastwood, the son of Clint Eastwood, has also made a name for himself in show business, albeit in a different capacity. Born in 1968, Kyle is a talented jazz musician who has released nine studio albums and contributed music to several of his father's films, including "Mystic River" and "Gran Torino."
Despite initially considering a career in acting and attending film school for two years, Kyle eventually followed his passion for music and pursued it wholeheartedly. With a career spanning over three decades, Kyle has established himself as one of the most accomplished jazz bassists of his generation. He has collaborated with numerous acclaimed artists and has performed in some of the world's most prestigious music venues.
Kyle Eastwood holds a special place in Clint Eastwood's heart as he is the first child that the iconic actor and director had within marriage. In addition to Kyle, Clint and Maggie had a daughter named Alison. Kyle has now started his own family and has a daughter named Graylen Spencer Eastwood, who is also carving out a successful career in the entertainment industry.
At the age of 26, Graylen is an established rock musician and has performed at various venues across the country. The Eastwood family's love for music seems to run in the blood, with both Kyle and Graylen showcasing their musical talents on different stages.
Daughter Alison Eastwood
Today, Kyle's little sister, Alison, is not so little anymore. As she nears her fifties, she has done a lot in her life. She modeled a little when she was younger (including a feature in Playboy Magazine), but with her father as a role model, Alison is an accomplished actress too.
Alison also owns a clothing line named Eastwood Ranch Apparel. As an actress, Alison got to co-star in "The Mule," one of her father's films. And just like daddy, Alison tried her hand behind the scenes as well and directed films and the TV show "Unleashed." Like father, like daughter.
Alison Eastwood, Clint Eastwood's daughter, has followed in her father's footsteps and established herself as a philanthropist and animal lover. She has been married twice, with her current husband being artist Stacy Poitras. Prior to that, she was married to actor Kirk Fox for a year.
Apart from her personal life, Alison is deeply involved in animal rescue and welfare. She founded "The Eastwood Ranch Foundation," a non-profit organization that rescues pets from pounds and shelters and provides them with medical care, food, and a safe haven. The foundation also offers educational programs and initiatives to promote animal welfare and raise awareness about animal rights.
Son Scott Eastwood
Scott Eastwood, the son of Clint Eastwood and Jacelyn Reeves, has inherited not only his father's good looks but also his exceptional acting talent. With roles in blockbusters such as "Suicide Squad" and "Pacific Rim: Uprising," Scott has become a prominent name in Hollywood.
Scott's first on-screen appearance was in 2006, where he played a small role in "Flags of Our Fathers," one of his father's movies. In addition to Scott, Clint and Jacelyn had a daughter named Kathryn. Scott is known for his charming personality and impressive acting skills, and he has quickly become one of the most sought-after actors in the industry.
Scott Eastwood was confident enough in his own abilities as an actor when he was first starting out. He did not even take his father's name for the first few years of his career because he wanted to be seen as an actor in his own right. We get the logic, but ultimately, it wasn't necessary to make such a move.
He did, however, work with his father in 2008 on the set of "Gran Torino." After the film was released, Scott began getting acting credits as Scott Eastwood, and he's been adding acting credits to his resume ever since.
A Proper Movie Star
Scott Eastwood is a rising star in Hollywood, with impressive roles in blockbusters such as "The Fate of the Furious" and "Pacific Rim: Uprising." Although his professional career is booming, he keeps his personal life private. Not much is known about his romantic life except for his past relationship with Jewel Brangman, who tragically passed away in a car accident in 2014.
Despite his success, Scott remains humble and dedicated to his craft. He has been praised for his acting abilities and his commitment to his roles, and he continues to work hard to establish himself as one of Hollywood's most talented actors.
Daughter Kathryn Eastwood
Kathryn Reeves is a talented writer and actress, known for her captivating performances and compelling storytelling skills. Born as the daughter of Jacelyn Reeves and the younger sister of Scott Eastwood, Kathryn has always been passionate about the world of entertainment. Over the years, Kathryn has made a name for herself in Hollywood by writing two successful screenplays, "Virus of the Dead" (2015) and "American Virus" (2018).
Her unique storytelling style has been appreciated by audiences and critics alike. Apart from writing, Kathryn is also a talented actress who has appeared in several movies such as "Mr. and Mrs. Muse: Retribution", "House Slave", and Clint Eastwood's musical drama "Jersey Boys" from 2014.
Daughter Francesca Eastwood
The young Francesca Eastwood is a true glamour girl like her parents who came before her. Her first on-screen appearance was in the 1995 film "The Stars Fell on Henrietta" when she was just two years old. And despite taking a break from the spotlight between 1999 and 2014, she has been landing some great acting roles.
Her first big role was Olivia Jones in the TV show "Oh, You Pretty Things!", and she has been going strong ever since. Her latest role was in the film “Awake” from 2019. Francesca's mother is Frances Fisher, who's been involved with Eastwood in the 90s.
Francesca's Love Life
Francesca Eastwood made headlines at a young age when she got briefly married to Jordan Feldstein, the brother of popular actor Jonah Hill, when she was just 20 years old. However, their marriage lasted only for a week, and they eventually annulled it. Francesca is also known for her appearances on reality shows such as "Mrs. Eastwood & Company" and "The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition."
In 2018, Francesca welcomed her first child, a son named Titan, with her partner, actor Alexander Wraith. Despite the brief episode in her personal life, Francesca has continued to make a name for herself in the entertainment industry with her stunning looks and impressive acting skills.
Daughter Morgan Eastwood
Morgan Eastwood, the only daughter of legendary actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood and his former wife, news anchor Dina Ruiz, has had a taste of the entertainment industry from a young age. Like her siblings, she too had small acting roles as a child, with her first one being in the 2008 movie "Changeling."
Despite being only 23 years old, Morgan has already made a mark in the industry, thanks to her impressive acting skills and stunning looks. However, she prefers to keep her personal life away from the public eye, and there is very little information available about her private life.
Morgan Eastwood has had a brush with the entertainment industry since childhood. Despite having only a few mini-roles as a kid in movies such as "Million Dollar Baby," Morgan's performances were praised by critics and audiences alike. As an adult, Morgan's only acting job was in the short film "I See You" in 2019.
However, she has been in the limelight through her appearances on the reality show "Mrs. Eastwood & Company." The show followed the lives of Morgan, her mother, and her half-sister, Francesca. Apart from her interest in acting, Morgan is also interested in social media, fashion and modeling.
Daughter Laurie Murray
Laurie Murray, the daughter of Clint Eastwood, had a unique journey when it came to her relationship with her father. Her existence was kept a secret from Clint until she was 34 years old, making her the oldest child that the actor knew of, but the last one to join his complex family tree.
Despite the unusual circumstances surrounding her birth and upbringing, Laurie reconnected with Clint many years ago and has been a part of his life ever since. However, it was only in 2018 that Laurie's story became known by the public, attracting attention from fans and the media alike.
Laurie's emergence into the public eye has been a gradual process, with the media and fans alike eagerly tracking the elusive daughter of Clint Eastwood. Despite growing up in the shadow of her father's fame, Laurie managed to keep a low profile for many years, staying out of the spotlight and leading a relatively private life.
However, in recent years, she has become more comfortable with stepping out into the public eye, often appearing at red-carpet events with her father and other members of their family. With her quiet grace and understated beauty, Laurie has quickly become a fan favorite, and many are eager to see what the future holds for this rising star.
How Did People Not Notice?
The 2004 Oscars were a particularly special night for the Eastwood family, as they celebrated Clint's nomination for Best Director for "Mystic River." It was also a night of family reunions, as Laurie got to meet her paternal grandmother, Ruth Wood, for the first time.
As they walked the red carpet together, Laurie helped her elderly grandmother, who was in her nineties at the time, make her way into the event. Despite the significance of the moment, many in the media and the public seemed to overlook Laurie, mistaking her for a random attendee rather than the daughter of one of Hollywood's most iconic figures.
The revelation of Laurie's parentage came as a shock to both Clint and his family. The news was kept secret from the public until many years later when Laurie, as an adult, decided to search for her birth parents. With the help of a private investigator, she was able to locate her birth mother and eventually establish a relationship with Clint.
Although they were never able to fully make up for lost time, they did manage to reconcile and form a close bond. Despite the initial secrecy surrounding her birth, Laurie grew up loved and cared for by her adoptive parents, who provided her with a happy childhood.
Laurie decided to try finding her birth parents when she was in her 30s, hoping to reconnect with her biological roots, but she never imagined finding any shocking discoveries. When digging into her past, Laurie found out that she was born in Lakewood, Washington. And this wasn't all she would end up discovering.
She found the form her mother signed when giving her up for adoption. The mother wasn't interested in being contacted by her long lost daughter, but the name of the father listed on the form was surprisingly familiar. Based on what this article about, it should be no surprise by now that it was in fact Clint Eastwood.
A Warm Embrace
Upon learning the truth about her birth, Laurie was surprised to discover that her birth mother had filled out Clint Eastwood's name as the father on her birth certificate. She decided to reach out to him, not knowing what kind of response she would receive. To her delight, Clint was welcoming and receptive to the idea of having a new daughter.
According to a report by Daily Mail, he was warm and understanding towards Laurie, which was a relief for her. It's important to note that not all situations involving secret children and their biological parents have such a positive outcome, but Laurie was fortunate to have a loving and supportive response from Clint.
Not in It for the Money
Someone like Clint, who has had a past full of romantic adventures, might not be surprised to hear that they have a secret child. So it would stand to reason to think that people may have used that against him, hoping to make some money. But that definitely wasn't the case, as far as Laurie was concerned.
Yes, things weren't like that with Laurie at all. A family friend of Laurie's told Daily Mail that “Laurie and her family are wealthy in their own right,” and that she was just looking to reconnect. Maybe things would have been different if Laurie didn't have money. But whatever the case may be, she wanted to reconnect.
Laurie's life has taken many unexpected turns, but she has found happiness and stability in her marriage to Lowell Thomas (Toby) Murray. Toby is an heir to his family's timber business, which has been in operation for over a century, and the two share a deep connection and love for each other.
While some may speculate that Laurie's connection to a wealthy family played a role in her relationship with Toby, it's clear that their bond is built on mutual respect and affection. In addition to her husband, Laurie is also a proud mother to her children, Lowell Thomas and Kelsey Hayford.
Making up for Lost Time
Lowell Thomas, affectionately known as LT, has been able to establish a relationship with his grandfather, Clint Eastwood. According to a report by Daily Mail, LT shared that Clint did his best to make up for lost time and has been a great father to Laurie.
Not only that, but Clint has also been a wonderful presence in LT's life and has been kind and welcoming to LT and his family whenever they see him. For LT, having the opportunity to get to know Clint has been a special experience, and he is grateful to have a newfound family member in his life.
It appears that Laurie has won not only a good relationship with her long lost father and siblings. But she also managed to strike a bond with her grandmother — Clint's mother, Ruth. The two reportedly became pretty close before Ruth passed away in 2006.
As we previously wrote, they were seen together at the 2004 Oscars, two years before Ruth's passing. But according to a Daily Mail source, the two got together on multiple occasions and had a close relationship. Laurie would frequently go to her hope and the two would share stories with each other to make up for all the lost time.
The Joys of Fatherhood
You could easily base a soap opera on Clint Eastwood's love and his long line of romantic partners. As a father, however, he turns out to be a much stabler man than you would ever think. He was blessed with kids who were raised into good people and successful artists.
Most of them even follow his lead and establish careers as actors, directors, and producers. We can't wait for a mega-film produced by their legendary dad and featuring all of them. Whatever the case may be, the past has been epic, Clint's had an incredible life and career, and the future looks very bright for the Eastwood clan.