• Morgan Eastwood is the daughter of director/actor Clint Eastwood and news anchor Dina Ruiz.
• She has an estimated net worth of over $1 million, mostly from bequests from her father.
• She grew up in an unusual family situation due to the many relationships and children her father had with other women.
• She made a cameo appearance in Clint’s film «Changeling» in 2008.
• She is highly active on social media and has a rumored boyfriend, though she has denied those rumors.
Known for movies
Who is Morgan Eastwood?
Morgan Eastwood was born on 12 December 1996, in Los Angeles, California, USA, and is as yet best known for being the daughter of director/actor Clint Eastwood. Her father is indeed famous for appearing in or directing numerous high profile films throughout his career of over 60 years.
The Riches of Morgan Eastwood
How rich is Morgan Eastwood? As of late-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is over $1 million, mostly as a result of bequests from her father. As she is still just 21, as is yet to really embark on her career, it is likely that her wealth may eventually increase.
Early Life and Cameos
Morgan is the daughter of Clint Eastwood and news anchor Dina Ruiz, who were married from 1996 to 2013. Despite the fame that her father’s career brought, Morgan lived in a relatively normal environment, though her family situation was quite unusual due to the many relationships and children her father had with other women. She grew up with half siblings including Francesca Eastwood, Kathryn Eastwood, Scott Eastwood and Alison Eastwood.
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— Morgan Eastwood (@MorganEastwood) November 4, 2016
All of Clint’s children including Morgan would be involved in his work in some shape or form. In 2008, she made a cameo appearance in one of Eastwood’s films entitled “Changeling”, which starred Angeline Jolie and is based on real life events, particularly the 1928 Wineville Chicken Coop Murders. In the film, the main character is reunited with her son who she realizes is not really her missing child, but when she tries to contest the situation, she is billed as delusional and mentally unfit. The film received a lot of critical acclaim, and is included in the list of one of Clint’s more popular works.
Clint Eastwood initially found popularity as Rowdy Yates in the ‘50s and ‘60s TV western series “Rawhide”, which has continued to the present day, initially as an actor including playing anti-hero Harry Callahan in five “Dirty Harry” films, his roles lead him to become an icon of masculinity. He later forayed into directing work and created numerous award-winning films including “Million Dollar Baby” for which he won Academy Awards for Best Director as well as Best Picture. He also won the same awards for his work in and on “Unforgiven”. Other films he’s worked on include “Gran Torino”, “Mystic River”, “Letters from Iwo Jima” and “Invictus”.
He’s been known to star in most of the films he produces and directs, though there are several exceptions. Most of his work has received Academy Award nominations, and one of his recent projects “American Sniper” set numerous box office records. His films are also very popular in other countries, particularly in France where he was awarded a Legion of Honour and the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. Most of his films are created with his own production company called Malpaso Productions, which produced all but four of his American films. He has also been awarded the Italian Venice Film Festival Golden Lion for lifetime achievement.
In 2012, Morgan’s popularity would increase when she was cast in the reality documentary television series entitled “Mrs. Eastwood & Company”, which featured her alongside her mother Dina. She is also joined in the show by Francesca Eastwood who is Clint’s stepdaughter from his previous relationship with Frances Fisher. The show follows the family as they try to make things work living in their Carmel-by-the-Sea, California mansion. Dina and Francesca also manage a six person a cappella group called Overtone. The show only lasted for a season, with each cast member then returning to the normal flow of their lives.
According to recent reports, Morgan focused on her education, and after matriculating from high school, she enrolled into Loyola Marymount University located in Marina Del Ray, California, studying film, screenwriting, television and media. Unlike most of her siblings, she decided not to pursue a career in acting aside from her cameo roles, but on a directing career similar to that of her father’s current endeavors. According to her, she is interested in animated film productions, along with other major films that have piqued her interest over the years.
Personal Life and Social Media
For her personal life, not much is known in terms of Morgan’s romantic relationships; she has alluded to boyfriends in the past though none of them have ever attracted public attention. Similar to numerous children of acting families, she is highly active online through accounts on social media, on both Instagram and Twitter to which she posts a lot of personal photos including trips with family as well as friends. Many fans state that she looks just like her mother, and there have been pictures of her with a rumored boyfriend, though she has denied those rumors.
|Changeling||2008||Girl on Tricycle|
|Million Dollar Baby||2004||Little Girl in Truck|
|Johnny Mercer: The Dream’s on Me||2009||TV Movie documentary performer: «This Time the Dream’s on Me»|
|Mrs. Eastwood & Company||2012||TV Series||Herself|
|Johnny Mercer: The Dream’s on Me||2009||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia