Scott Eastwood, Clint Eastwood's Hunky Son, Wants "To Be a Man's Man," Models in Town & Country

Entertainment Sep. 17, 2013 AT 1:20PM
Scott Eastwood channels the leading men of the 1960s
Scott Eastwood in a photo for Town & Country's October 2013 issue Credit: Noe DeWitt

Let Us make your day. Introducing…Scott Eastwood, the 27-year-old son of Hollywood's standard-setting leading man extraordinaire Clint Eastwood. And from the looks of the photo spreads in Town & Country's October issue, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

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In the interview, which is accompanied by shots of the preternaturally handsome, self-described "man's man" modeling nautical fashion, the Monterey, CA native revealed his career goals: "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 shared. With an impressive roster of films that fit his macho requirements (including Dawn Patrol, a murder drama, and Fury, a WWII movie with Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf), it seems like he's well on his way to realizing his aspirations.

Credit: Noe DeWitt

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When he's not acting (or surfing or fishing), he's at Solana Beach's Saddle Bar, of which he's a co-owner. "I'm not a club kind of guy," he told the magazine. "Dive bars are much more my thing. They're no-nonsense."

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Just don't credit his good fortune to his Hollywood pedigree. (His mother is Jaclyn Reeves, a former flight attendant with whom Clint had two children; in all, the actor-filmmaker had seven kids with five different women.) Despite growing up on his father's film sets, the younger Eastwood has pursued non-acting jobs as a construction worker, a bartender, and a valet. "As a director and an actor, my dad's motto is 'Tell the truth.' The only way of doing that is having life experiences and being a storyteller," he explained.

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