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SCOTT EASTWOOD INTERVIEW

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Scott Eastwood was born in Carmel, California, but spent the majority of his school years in Hawaii, with his mother, Jacelyn, and younger sister, Katie, and learned the meaning of "Aloha," enjoying the simple things in life: Pop Warner football, surfing, swimming, fishing, and just about anything that involved the ocean.

From an early age, Scott always excelled in drama. After spending summers with his father, Clint, and then eventually living with him, Scott felt compelled to pursue a career in acting. Thanks to his father's love of jazz, he learned to play the saxophone at an early age, while always being encouraged to stay in shape. Scott graduated from Loyola Marymount University with a degree in communications.

For only being 25 years old, Scott has had amazing opportunities to travel, and has already been all over the world, from South Africa to Australia, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Iceland, Europe, Canada, and many other places, developing invaluable experiences and life-long relationships.

Scott recently completed feature films, "Epic," and "Enter Nowhere," as well as "Carmel," with Alfred Molina, Hayden Panettiere, and the great Lauren Bacall. He has appeared in Clint Eastwood's "Invictus," "Gran Torino," and "Flags of Our Fathers," as well as "An American Crime." He was cast as the lead, 'Deputy Carl Hartman,' in the upcoming "Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D," which is envisioned to be a trilogy role.

Scott credits his family and great friends for making him the man he is today.

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