Scott Eastwood

Actor Scott Eastwood was the son of actor and director Clint Eastwood. Born on March 21, 1986 as the result of a tryst between his father and flight attendant Jacelyn Reeves, Eastwood spent most of his childhood in Hawaii. After graduating high school in 2003, Eastwood appeared in minor roles in many of his father's films, including the World War II drama "Flags of Our Fathers" (2006), the character study "Gran Torino" (2008), and the sports drama "Invictus" (2009). He has also taken on larger roles in smaller films, such as the thriller "Enter Nowhere" (2011) and the TV movie "Shelter" (2012). Expressing a desire to emulate his father, whom he physically resembled, Eastwood took on macho roles, playing a surfer in both "The Perfect Wave" (2013) and "Dawn Patrol" (2014). He had a brief recurring role as Officer Jim Barnes on the procedural drama "Chicago Fire" (NBC 2012- ) and its spinoff "Chicago PD" (NBC 2013- ), but soon his film career began taking off. Following supporting roles in the horror reboot "Texas Chainsaw 3D" (2013) and the Brad Pitt World War II drama "Fury" (2014), Eastwood starred in the Nicholas Sparks romance "The Longest Ride" (2015) and the western-set thriller "Diablo" (2016). He next worked with Oliver Stone in a supporting role in the biopic "Snowden" (2016) and co-starred in the DC Comics ensemble blockbuster "Suicide Squad" (2016), playing Lt. GQ Edwards. That same year, it was announced that he had joined the cast of the ongoing "Fast and the Furious" franchise, co-starring in "Fast 8" (2017).