Clint Eastwood at the World premiere of ‘The Mule’ held at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, USA on December 10, 2018.
Unlike his character The Man with No Name, Clint Eastwood is a legendary star with a name that’s celebrated around the world.
Emblematic of masculinity in his films, Eastwood’s charm and ruggedly handsome features captured the hearts of millions of fans. And though the star is aging, he is a beloved actor with a devoted tribe who love him.
After concerns that Eastwood set off into the blazing sunset, he recently re-appeared again while directing his upcoming movie, Juror #2, a thriller that some say is his swan song.
When his last film, Cry Macho, bombed at the box office, Clint Eastwood–who turned 93 on May 31–is hoping for one final box office hit, should this be his last, before aging hindres his ability to perform completely
Oftentimes seen on screen with a broad-brimmed hat resting on his head, the legendary Eastwood was launched into stardom with his stellar performances in Westerns.
Earning five Academy Awards and Golden Globes as both a director and actor, Eastwood had his big break in 1959 with the western drama series, Rawhide as cattle driver Rowdy Yates. Eastwood played Rowdy for seven seasons in the show that ended in 1965.
In the mid 1960’s, Eastwood became an international superstar with his performance as The Man with no Name, the poncho-wearing cowboy in Sergio Leone’s Dollars Trilogy of Spaghetti Westerns (westerns filmed in Europe).
The three films were Fistful of Dollars (1964), For a Few Dollars More (1965) and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966), introducing Eastwood as the tough guy gunning down the bad boys.