George Clooney's Biography

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George Clooney

About

  • Born
    06 May 1961
  • Died
  • Sex
    Male
  • Nationality
    USA
  • Citizen
    American

Biography


George Timothy Clooney was born on May 6, 1961, in Lexington, Kentucky. The future Hollywood star's family has had to make frequent moves because of his father's job. George Clooney is a descendant of Abraham Lincoln.

Clooney's mother, Nina Bruce, is a former beauty queen, and his father, Nick, a journalist and political scientist from Kentucky. Clooney was raised in an Irish Catholic family. Clooney went to Blessed Sacrament School in Kentucky for the first time. He spent part of his childhood in Ohio, visiting Columbus St. Michaels and St. Susanna School in Mason. In high school, Clooney acquired Bell's Stroke, a genetic disease transmitted by his father. For almost a year, half of his face was paralyzed. His left eye was closed, he could not eat and drink properly, and he received the nickname "Frankenstein". "It was the worst time of my life, you know how cruel the kids can be. I was constantly ridiculed, but this ordeal made me stronger, ‘Clooney told The Mirror magazine in 2003. Clooney visited Northern Kentucky University and the University of Cincinnati in 1979-1981 but did not complete the brief. The first time George appeared in front of the video camera was at the age of five, during a father's show. At a young age, George dreamed of becoming a professional baseball player but quit the sport after failing to join the Cincinnati Reds baseball team. George had been studying at the University of Northern Kentucky for several years, but soon dropped out and decided to become an actor. Finally, his parents moved to Augusta, Kentucky, where Clooney attended Augusta High School. He asserted that he only received a "4" and "5" grades at school. [4] Despite his close affiliation with show business, George's family did not encourage his choice. George made his living in Hollywood by selling insurance business and even women's shoes. As a result, George is supported by his cousin, Miguel Ferrer, who offered him a secondary role in his film, though the film was never released. In 1982 Clooney moved to Los Angeles, where countless castings and rehearsals began.

Career


Early Roles


George has begun filming in various soap operas and movies. Ahead of him was the great fame and staggering success. In 1994, Clooney was cast in the ambulance series. A few years later, in 1999, George left the series. In any case, Clooney didn't have to regret leaving the series, as he was invited to several major Hollywood projects at once. He has also starred in The Facts of Life. Clooney also plays the detective Bobby in a part of the "Golden Girls" series. One of his notable breakthroughs was in the role of Roseanne, a secondary character, in which he played the lead role of the protagonist, Booker Brooks, followed by a starring role in the film Baby Talk, and later as an attractive detective. in soap operas. In 1988, Clooney played a secondary role in the return of Tomato Killers.
 

Initial success


Clooney reaches a stellar start when he stars in the cast of Doctor Daga Ross in the NBS Ambulance television drama, where he starred in 1994 and 1999, returning once to play the role of fifteen and at the same time serial star. Clooney was also Deborah Leon's partner in the production of Mirador Entertainment. Clooney began filming and also starred in "Ambulance," but his first major role was in "From Sunset to Dusk", directed by Robert Rodriguez. The first success is followed by others, the next successful movie with Michelle Pfeiffer in "A Wonderful Day" and Nicole Kidman in "The Peacemaker". Subsequently, Clooney was selected for the role of Batman (replacing Wells Kilmer, who in turn replaced Michael Keaton) in the highly acclaimed Batman and Robin movie, but was named Clooney's "waste of money". In 1988, Clooney starred in Out of View. It was the first of many to be shot by director Steven Soderbergh. He has also starred in the film "Three Kings", which is about the end of the final week of his contract with Ambulance.
 

Career in films


After leaving Ambulance, Clooney was a star in many Hollywood films such as "Ideal Storm" and "Oh, Where Are You, Brother?" In 2001, he re-started working with Steven Soderbergh on the film "Eleven Friends of the Ocean". The film raised $ 444 million worldwide. He also played "Twelve Friends of Auschwitz" in 2004 and "Twelve Friends of Auschwitz" in 2007. In 2001, George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh created "Section Eight", and in 2002, Clooney starred in "Solaris," a film directed by the Soderburgers again. Clooney's directorial debut became "Confession of a Dangerous Man", which premiered in 2002. Although the movie didn't raise much money, viewers liked Clooney's game a lot. In 2005, Clooney took a lead role in the film "Syriana", which was partly based on the biography of Robert Bayer, an agent of the Central Intelligence Agency, and memories of his work. That year he starred in "Good Night and Success", a story about the oral disputes of 1950s journalist Edward Menroy, and the script was written by Joseph McCarthy. Both films were well received, making a lot of noise and had a pretty big budget. At the Oscars in 2006, he was nominated for three categories as director and screenwriter for "Good Night and Success", and for "Syriana" he received the title of "Best Male Actor".
Clooney appears in Soderbergh's "Good German" Noire. The events of the film take place in Germany after World War II. Clooney also received the "Best Cinematography of America Award" in October 2006, awarding actors who made significant contributions to the art of cinematography. On January 22, 2008, Clooney was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for Michael Clayton but was selected by Daniel Day-Lewis (Oil). Following the success of "Good Night and Success," Clooney announced that he would begin to devote more time to directing. He said the filmmaker's work was "the best way to grow old." Clooney was also the director of the movie Love Outside the Rules, where he also played a leading role. In 2009, Clooney began working on his next project, "Crazy Special", directed by Clooney's friend Grant Khelsov. The film premiered in November 2009. Kevin Spacey and Evan McGregor also agreed to participate. The next project started by Clooney was the film "I Need Heaven" for which he received another Oscar nomination for Best Actor. The film was directed by Jenson Rayman, best known for his film Juno. In 2011 Clooney was a wealthy landlord of Meta King in Alexander Payne's The Descendants, for which he received numerous awards as well as a third Golden Globe Award. The actor was also nominated for an Oscar Fifth Prize.


Personal life


Before becoming famous in 1989, Clooney married actress Talia Balsam. But three years later, they are divorced, and Clooney declares that he will never get married and that the child does not want to. The actor has repeatedly been proclaimed the sexiest and most desirable man on the planet. At various times, George Clooney met actresses Julia Roberts, Renee Zellweger, model Cindy Crawford, and other beauties. In 2007, George had a passionate affair with former waitress Sarah Larson, and Clooney left his beloved in 2008. In the summer of 2011, Clooney announced that he was divorcing model Elizabeth Canalis. The couple met for two years and George even planned to have children, but later he broke ties. In the fall of 2012, he became aware of the split between his and athlete Cyber Sates, but in October the couple announced that they had moved to Clooney's home. In July 2013, the couple officially separated. He has been nominated for an annual Oscar six times but received only one of them in 2005 for Best Supporting Actress in the film Syriana.


Director


2002 - Confessions of a Dangerous Mind: A Dangerous Mind

2005 - "Unprepared" (soap opera)

2005 - Good Night and Good Luck

2008 - "Love outside the rules"

2011 - The Ides of March:

2014 - The Treasure Hunters The Monuments Men:
 

Awards


Oscar (Movie Award)

2006 - Best Male Actor - Movie Archive "Syriana"

2013 - Best movie - for the movie "Deal Argo"


Golden Globe Award


2001 - Best Male Role (Music or Comedy) - For Movie "Oh, Brother Where Are You?"

2003 - Best Supporting Actor - Movie for Syriana

2013 - Golden Globe Award for Best Male Role – drama
 

MTV Movie Awards


1996 - MTV's Best Breakthrough Year | - From Cinema to Sunset for Cinema
 
Review of the National Council in the United States

2002 - Special Prize for Cinema - Confessions in Dangerous Minds

2007 - Michael Clayton Award for Best Male Actor

2009 - Best Male Actor - For Movie "I'm In Heaven (movie)"

2011 - Best Male Actor - "Generations" for Cinema
 

Venice Film Festival


2005 - Golden Ornament Best Screenplay - "Good Night and Good Luck" for Cinema (Kheslov, Hrant)

2005 - International Critics 'Federation Award | Critics' Cinema - Good Night and Good Luck

2005 - Pazinetti Cup for Best Film - Good Night and Good Luck for Cinema

2005 - Human Rights Film Network Award - Special Reminder - Good Night and Success


European Film Awards


2005 - Best European Movie of the Year - "Good Night and Good luck"

Knight of Arts and Letters (France, 2007)


Most Inspiring George Clooney Quotes

 
“You need to have flopped quite a few times to get a sense of how little any of it has to do with you.”
 
“If we turn our heads and look away and hope that it will all disappear then they will – all of them, an entire generation of people. And we will have only history left to judge us.”
 
“You never really learn much from hearing yourself speak.”
 
“Art takes different forms… But it represents something that is basic in all of us—our history.”
 
“Failures are infinitely more instructive than successes.”
 
“You have only a short period of time in your life to make your mark, and I’m there now.”

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