Born Clinton Eastwood Jr., May 31st, 1930, to Ruth and Clinton Eastwood in San Francisco, California.
Drafted into the Army.
Marries Maggie Johnson in December after being discharged from the Army.
Universal Studios signs him to a 6 month contract.
Acts on the television series "Rawhide", which runs for 7 years.
Stars in "A Fistful of Dollars", directed by mentor Sergio Leone.
"For A Few Dollars More" is released, continuing Eastwood's role as The Man With No Name.
Finishes off Sergio Leone's western trilogy with the now legendary "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly."
Forms Malpasso, his own production company. Stars in his first US feature, "Hang 'Em High."
Makes his first film with mentor Don Siegel, "Two Mules for Sister Sara"
Stars in "Kelly's Heroes" and "Two Mules For Sister Sara," both which open on the same night.
Directs his first film, "Play Misty For Me." Stars in "Dirty Harry"
His daughter, Alison, is born. President Nixon appoints him to the National Council on the Arts.
Directs and stars in "High Plains Drifter" Also stars in "Magnum Force" and directs "Breezy."
Named #1 box office attraction for the third year in a row.
Films "The Outlaw Josey Wales" and the third Dirty Harry installment, "The Enforcer."
Stars in the comedy "Every Which Way but Loose."
Stars in "Firefox" and "Honky Tonk Man" in the same year as he divorces his wife, Maggie.
Films "Sudden Impact," the fourth Dirty Harry film, which features the catch phrase, "Go ahead, make my day!"
Films "Pale Rider" in the same year as an "Amazing Stories" TV episode for Steven Spielberg.
Elected Mayor of Carmel, CA and releases "Heartbreak Ridge."
Films "The Dead Pool", the final Dirty Harry film. Directs the critically acclaimed "Bird."
"The Unforgiven," unarguably his masterpiece wins several Academy Awards, including Best Director.
Directs and co-stars in "The Bridges of Madison County."
Marries Dina Ruiz and, also, receives the American Film Institute Life Achievement Award.
Directs "Absolute Power" and "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil."