Turns out, Clint Eastwood's son Scott not only inherited his father's passion for acting but his good looks too. In the October issue of Town & Country magazine, the 27-year-old talked about his burgeoning career and his famous father -- and, of course, showed off his rugged good looks. Click to learn more about the actor (and to drool over a few photos!).
Like his dad, Eastwood oozes testosterone and has developed his own brand of booze, Eastwood Whiskey. The spirit is distilled from water on the family's land in Carmel, Calif. "The only way to drink it," he told the magazine, "is neat."
|Earning His Stripes|
Eastwood, whose mother is Jacelyn Reeves, insists that his father didn't do him many favors in the industry. "People assumed that I would have everything handed to me, but that couldn't be further from the truth," he said. "I was on my own just doing the grind." (For more about Clint Eastwood's women, click here.)
|Need a Hand (Or Two)?|
Eastwood is a handy guy. As an rising actor, he often took on odd jobs to earn money. Among his part-time gigs? Working construction, bartending and valeting cars.
|Ready to Make a Splash|
In the past, Eastwood has appeared in several of his dad's movies ("Flags of Our Fathers," "Gran Torino" and "Trouble with the Curve"), but now he's moving on to bigger roles in "The Perfect Wave," "Dawn Patrol" and "Fury," alongside Brad Pitt.
|Steering His Own Ship|
Like his famous father, Eastwood is ready to move into big roles. "I want to be a man's man -- not a kid actor or a glitzy pop star but a no-bulls**t leading man," he told the magazine.
|A Low-Key Guy|
Eastwood may attract the attention of the ladies, but don't expect him to hit up Hollywood hotspots to pick up starlets. He owns his own bar, Saddle Bar, in Solana Beach, Calif. "I'm not a club kind of guy," he said. "Dive bars are much more my thing. They're no-nonsense."