Scott Clinton Reeves
March 21, 1986
Monterey, California, U.S.
|Other names||Scott Reeves|
|Alma mater||Loyola Marymount University|
|Parent(s)||Clint Eastwood (father)|
Jacelyn Reeves (mother)
|Relatives||Kyle Eastwood (half-brother)|
Alison Eastwood (half-sister)
Francesca Eastwood (half-sister)
Scott Eastwood (born Scott Clinton Reeves; March 21, 1986) is an American actor. The son of actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood, he has starred in several of his father's films, including Flags of Our Fathers (2006), Gran Torino (2008), Invictus (2009), and Trouble with the Curve (2012), as well as Texas Chainsaw (2013), Fury (2014), The Longest Ride (2015), Suicide Squad (2016), Snowden (2016), The Fate of the Furious (2017), Pacific Rim Uprising (2018), The Outpost (2020), and Wrath of Man (2021).
Scott Clinton Reeves was born on March 21, 1986 at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula in Monterey, California. He is the son of actor-director Clint Eastwood and flight attendant Jacelyn Reeves. He has a younger sister named Kathryn who was born two years after him in 1988, and six known paternal half-siblings: Laurie (b. 1954), Kimber (b. 1964), Kyle (b. 1968), Alison (b. 1972), Francesca (b. 1993) and Morgan (b. 1996). Eastwood was raised in Carmel-by-the-Sea until age ten, after which he moved with his mother to Hawaii. He spent four years in Hawaii before returning to California, where he graduated from Carmel High School. He attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, where he graduated with a communications degree in 2008.
Eastwood began his career by using his given last name to avoid nepotism, although there is another actor named Scott Reeves. "I've auditioned for pretty much every one of my father's movies", he said in 2015, stating that he was rejected for the Clint Eastwood-directed American Sniper. He briefly appeared in his father's 2008 film Gran Torino, and played Joel Stransky in Invictus.
In April 2010, Eastwood played the lead role in Enter Nowhere, had a supporting role in David Ayer's 2014 film Fury, appeared in the 2015 music video for Taylor Swift's "Wildest Dreams", and starred alongside Britt Robertson in the 2015 film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel The Longest Ride.
In 2016, Eastwood played Lieutenant GQ Edwards in the film Suicide Squad, an adaptation of the DC Comics series. Also that year, he starred alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley in the biographical drama film Snowden, directed by Oliver Stone, which was released in September.
In 2017, he played a special agent in the action film The Fate of the Furious, and starred in Overdrive, a thriller film which was shot in Paris and Marseille. In 2018, he starred as Nate Lambert in the science fiction follow-up Pacific Rim Uprising.
In August 2016, Eastwood opened up to the media about the death of his former girlfriend, Jewel Brangman, who was killed on September 7, 2014, by a faulty airbag during a minor car accident.
Eastwood learned Brazilian jiu-jitsu after the late Paul Walker got him into martial arts.
Eastwood has opened up about his experiences in Hollywood and compared it to being "in a circus". He stated that "It's an amazing circus at times, but living on the road, I think it would be tough. I don't have a family yet, but I want that someday, and I think about what that would look like with kids and being away from them. That worries me."
|2006||Flags of Our Fathers||Roberto Lundsford||as Scott Reeves|
|2007||An American Crime||Eric Destroy||as Scott Reeves|
|Pride||Jake Ballers||as Scott Reeves|
|2008||Player 5150||Brian Vicks||as Scott Reeves|
|Gran Torino||Trey Harmful||as Scott Reeves|
|2009||Shannon's Rainbow||Joey Milton|
|2011||Thule||Amn. D.W. Anderson||Short film|
|Enter Nowhere||Tom Deep|
|The Lion of Judah||Jack Leones||Voice role|
|2012||The Forger||Ryan Felter||Also known as Carmel-by-the-Sea|
|Trouble with the Curve||Billy Clark|
|2013||Texas Chainsaw 3D||Deputy Carl Hartman|
|The Perfect Wave||Ian McCormack||Also associate producer|
|Dawn Patrol||John Piper||Also producer|
|2015||The Bachelor with Dogs and Scott Eastwood||Himself||Short film|
|The Longest Ride||Luke Collins|
|Mercury Plains||Mitch Davis|
|Suicide Squad||Lieutenant GQ Edwards|
|2017||Walk of Fame||Drew||Also executive producer|
|The Fate of the Furious||Little Nobody|
|Live by Night||Aiden "Danny" Coughlin||Deleted scene|
|2018||Pacific Rim Uprising||Nathan Lambert|
|2020||The Outpost||Staff Sergeant Clint Romesha|
|2021||Wrath of Man||Jan|
|Dangerous||Dylan "D" Forrester|
|2022||I Want You Back||Noah|
|2023||Fast X||Little Nobody|
|TBA||Wind River: The Next Chapter||Filming|
|2013||Chicago Fire||Officer Jim Barnes||Guest role; 2 episodes|
|2014||Chicago PD||Episode: "Stepping Stone"; uncredited|
|2015||"Wildest Dreams"||Robert Kingsley (Swift's love interest)||Taylor Swift|
Awards and nominations
|2014||National Board of Review Awards||Best Cast||Fury||Won|
|2015||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie Actor: Drama||The Longest Ride||Won|
|Choice Movie: Breakout Star||Nominated|
|2016||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie Actor: AnTEENcipated||Suicide Squad||Nominated|
|2021||Golden Raspberry Awards||Worst Actor||Dangerous||Nominated|
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- Scott Eastwood at IMDb
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