• Jacelyn Reeves is a retired flight attendant and the ex-lover of Clint Eastwood with a net worth of over $3 million
• She is American, of White Caucasian ethnicity and raised in Seattle, Washington State
• She and Clint had two children, Scott and Kathryn Eastwood
• Clint Eastwood is an Academy-Award-winning director, producer and actor with a net worth of $375 million
• Scott and Kathryn are both involved in the film industry with Scott being an actor and Kathryn a writer and actress


Who is Jacelyn Reeves?

Jacelyn Ann Reeves was born on 21 December 1951 under the sign of Sagittarius, in Seattle, Washington State USA, of British, Dutch and German descent. She is a 68-year-old retired flight attendant, but probably best recognized for being romantically involved with the legendary filmmaker and actor Clint Eastwood.

How rich is she, as of now? Jacelyn Reeves Net Worth

As of early 2020, Jacelyn Reeves’ net worth is estimated at over $3 million, earned largely from her successful career as a flight attendant, and also through the support of her famous ex-lover and father of her children, Clint Eastwood, who has an impressive net worth of $375 million. Her son, Scott Eastwood, has a net worth of $10 million, while her daughter, Kathryn Eastwood, has a fortune of over $1 million.

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Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education

Jacelyn Reeves spent her early years in her hometown of Seattle, where she was raised by her parents, any information about whom, her early life and education, she has never revealed to the media. She is an American by nationality, and her ethnicity is White Caucasian.

Professional Career

After she completed her studies, Jacelyn Reeves applied for a job at an airline company to work as a flight attendant. She got the job and spent several years working at the company, based in Washington D.C. Because of the nature of her job, Jacelyn has travelled all around the world and visited various places.

Relationship with Clint Eastwood

In the mid-1980s, Jacelyn spend a night in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, waiting for her next flight. During that visit, she went out for a drink at the Hog’s Breath Inn, a bar which was owned by Clint Eastwood. They met and developed a relationship, even though he was attached to actress Sondra Locke at the time. However, the couple dated from 1984 to 1988, but hid their relationship until it was uncovered in the publication ‘The Star’ in 1990.

Mother of Two Children

Jacelyn and Clint are the parents of two children. She gave birth to their first child, a son named Scott Clinton Reeves, in March 1986, while their second child, a daughter named Kathryn Ann Reeves, was born in February 1988. Following their break-up, Jacelyn had to leave her job to focus on bringing up her children on her own, since they were neglected by Clint Eastwood as he claimed that they were not his; he eventually accepted them and gave them his last name.

Many years later, she tied the knot with a man, known in public as Private Bell. Her residence is in Hawaii.

Clint Eastwood Short Wiki/Bio

Clinton Eastwood, Jr. was born on 31 May 1930 under the sign of Gemini, in San Francisco, California USA to Clinton Eastwood, Sr. and Ruth Wood. He is the elder brother of Jeanne Bernhardt. He went to Piedmont Middle School, and then attended Piedmont High School and transferred to Oakland Technical High School.

Worldwide Recognition

Clint Eastwood’s breakthrough came in 1959, when he was chosen to play Rowdy Yates in the TV western series “Rawhide”, which lasted until 1965. During the 1960s, Clint came to prominence with the role of the Man with No Name in the “Dollars” trilogy of spaghetti Westerns directed by Sergio Leone, including the film titles – “A Fistful Of Dollars”, “For A Few Dollars More”, and “The Good, The Bad And The Ugly”.

Between 1971 and 1988, he featured as Inspector Harry Callahan in the “Dirty Harry” franchise. During the same period, he landed the role of Philo Beddoe in the comedy “Every Which Way But Loose” (1978), and its sequel entitled “Any Which Way You Can” (1980).

Academy-Award-winning Director

Clint started his career as a film director and producer, working on the 1992 revisionist western film “Unforgiven”, then the 2005 sports drama film “Million Dollar Baby”, for both of which he won Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Picture; he also starred in both films, which earned him nominations for an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He also earned two Academy Award nominations in the same categories for his work on the 2003 neo-noir mystery drama film “Mystic River” and the 2006 Japanese-language war film “Letters From Iwo Jima”.

Clint Eastwood

Clint’s other successful film titles include “The Bridges Of Madison County” (1995), “Gran Torino” (2008), and “American Sniper” (2014), among many others. Most recently, he featured as Earl Stone in the 2018 crime drama film “The Mule”. Furthermore, Clint Eastwood has produced almost all of the film titles he featured in through his own production company, Malpaso Productions.

Awards and Recognitions

Thanks to his accomplishments, Clint Eastwood was honored with the French Commander of the Order des Arts et des Lettres in 1994, and was then awarded with the Legion of Honor medal in 2007. In 2000, he became the winner of the Italian Venice Film Festival Golden Lion. Moreover, he served as Mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea between 1986 and 1988.

Personal Life

Clint Eastwood has married twice, and is the father of at least eight children with at least six different women. His first wife was Margaret Neville Johnson from 1953 until 1984 – they have two children, Kyle Eastwood and Alison Eastwood. He then dated Roxanne Tunis, with whom he has a daughter, named Kimber Eastwood. After dating actress Sondra Locke, Clint became the father of two children with Jacelyn Reeves, and then welcomed daughter Francesca Eastwood with actress Frances Fisher. He married TV news anchor Dina Ruiz in 1996, but they divorced in 2014; they are the parents of a daughter, named Morgan Eastwood. He is also the father of Laurie Murray, but the identity of her mother is unknown.

Scott Eastwood Short Wiki/Bio

Scott Clinton Reeves Eastwood was born on 21 March 1986 under the sign of Aries, in Monterey, California USA.

He attended Carmel High School, and upon matriculation enrolled into Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, from which he graduated with a BA degree in Communications in 2008.

Career Beginnings

In 2006, Scott Eastwood made his film debut as Roberto Lundsford in the war film “Flags Of Our Fathers”, followed by his portrayals as Trey in the 2008 drama “Gran Torino” and Joel Stransky in the 2009 biographical sports drama “Invictus”, all of which are directed by his father, Clint Eastwood. Scott’s first major role came in 2011, when he played Tom in Jack Heller’s psychological thriller “Enter Nowhere”, after which he landed the role of Ian McCormack in the 2014 biographical drama “The Perfect Wave”.

Rise to Fame

During the same year, he featured as John Piper in the thriller “Dawn Patrol”, for which he also served as a producer, and played Sergeant Miles in the war film “Fury”, jointly winning the 2014 National Board of Review Award for Best Cast. His next lead role came as Luke Collins in the neo western romantic drama “The Longest Ride”, based on the novel of the same title by Nicholas Sparks, which earned him the 2015 Teen Choice Award in the category of Choice Movie Actor: Drama. Scott then landed the role of Lieutenant GQ Edwards in the 2016 superhero film “Suicide Squad”, starring alongside Will SmithMargot Robbie and Jared Leto, and played Little Nobody in the eighth installment in The Fast Saga franchise, entitled “The Fate Of The Furious”, next to Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson. Most recently, Scott starred as Nate Lambert in the 2018 sci-fi action “Pacific Rim: Uprising”, directed by Steven S. DeKnight.

Kathryn Eastwood Short Wiki/Bio

Kathryn Ann Reeves Eastwood was born on 2 February 1988 under the sign of Aquarius, in Carmel, California USA. She is also involved in the film industry as an actress and writer. In 2014, Kathryn made her film debut in a small role in her father’s musical film “Jersey Boys”, after which she featured in such short film titles as “Mr. and Mrs Muse: Retribution”, “House Slave” and “Thick Water”. Moreover, Kathryn wrote and starred in the 2015 short action adventure “American Virus” and the 2018 horror film “Virus Of The Dead”.

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