|Net Worth||$12 Million|
|Profession||United States of America|
|Date of Birth||Mar 21, 1986 (36 years old)|
Scott Eastwood Net Worth:
What is the net worth of Scott Eastwood?
Scott Eastwood is an American actor with a $12 million dollar net worth. Son of Clint Eastwood, he has appeared in “Flags of Our Fathers”, “Gran Torino”, and “Invictus”. Among his other cinematic credits are Fury, The Longest Ride, Suicide Squad, The Fate of the Furious, The Outpost, and Wrath of Man.
Childhood and Education
Scott Eastwood was born as Scott Clinton Reeves in Monterey, California on March 21, 1986. His father is the actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood, and his mother is flight attendant Jacelyn Reeves. Kathryn is Eastwood’s younger sister, and he is reported to have six half-siblings through his father: Laurie, Kimber, Kyle, Alison, Francesca, and Morgan. He was reared at Carmel-by-the-Sea until the age of ten, following which he went with his mother to Hawaii, where he spent four years. Eastwood then relocated to California, where he attended Carmel High School. In 2008, he graduated from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles with a degree in communications.
Beginning of Film Career
Eastwood began his cinematic career under his given surname, Reeves, to escape the disadvantages of nepotism. His first five credits were the war picture “Flags of Our Fathers” directed by his father, the criminal drama “An American Crime,” the biographical film “Pride,” the crime film “Player 5150,” and his father’s drama “Gran Torino.” Due to the existence of another actor named Scott Reeves, Eastwood opted to adopt his father’s surname to avoid potential confusion. In 2009, he participated in the family film “Shannon’s Rainbow” as well as his father’s biographical sports movie “Invictus.”
Continue Film Career
In the 2011 psychological thriller “Enter Nowhere,” Clint Eastwood, four strangers from various eras are locked in a Polish woodland lodge. In the film, Eastwood co-starred with Sara Paxton, Christopher Denham, and Katherine Waterston. In 2011, he also provided his voice for the animated Christian children’s film “The Lion of Judah.” Eastwood then acted in the art forgery thriller “The Forger” and the sports film “Trouble with the Curve” alongside his father. He then portrayed Deputy Carl Hartman in the horror film “Texas Chainsaw 3D.” Subsequently, Eastwood had a significant year in 2014, starring in three films. In “Fury,” a film about World War II, he performed a supporting part with Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, Jon Bernthal, Michael Pea, Shia LaBeouf, and Jason Isaacs. In the biographical drama “The Perfect Wave,” Eastwood played surfer-turned-minister Ian McCormack in a larger role. In the suspense film “Dawn Patrol,” he portrayed a surfer with Rita Wilson, Kim Matula, and Chris Brochu.
In 2015, Eastwood continued to appear in starring roles. In the Nicholas Sparks adaption “The Longest Ride,” in which he portrayed professional bull rider Luke Collins against Britt Robertson’s art student Sophia Danko, his first film of the year was released. Eastwood then portrayed a former soldier of Union General Sherman’s army in the revisionist Western thriller “Diablo,” which also starred Walton Goggins, Camilla Belle, and Danny Glover. Last but not least, he featured in the action picture Mercury Plains. Subsequently, Eastwood portrayed a Navy SEAL Lieutenant in the DC Comics superhero picture “Suicide Squad,” in which he had supporting parts. In 2017, he appeared in two action films: “The Fate of the Furious” and “Overdrive,” in which he portrayed one half of a brotherly international car thieves team. The science-fiction monster sequel “Pacific Rim: Uprising,” the war film “The Outpost,” the action thrillers “Wrath of Man” and “Dangerous,” and the Amazon romantic comedy “I Want You Back,” starring Charlie Day, Jenny Slate, Manny Jacinto, and Gina Rodriguez, are among Eastwood’s other film credits.
Additional Media Appearances
Although Eastwood is predominantly a film actor, he has also featured in a number of other mediums. He had cameo appearances on the procedural dramas “Chicago Fire” and “Chicago PD” in 2013 and 2014, respectively. Later, in 2015, he portrayed Taylor Swift’s love interest Robert Kingsley in the “Wildest Dreams” music video.
Eastwood previously dated Jewel Brangman, who was died in 2014 in a car accident caused by a defective airbag. In 2016, he disclosed this tragedy to the media. Later, Eastwood began a relationship with wellness expert Maddie Serviente.
The late Paul Walker introduced Eastwood to the martial art of Brazilian jiu-jitsu, which he practices as a hobby.
In 2018, Eastwood acquired an unique home on a ridge in Encinitas, California, for $2.68 million. The 3,700-square-foot residence features four bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths. The inside contains vaulted and beamed ceilings and a master bedroom, while the outdoors offers a covered sun terrace, a patio, a fire pit, and manicured grounds with a swimming pool.