Clint Eastwood’s net worth is up there with other legendary actors, directors, producers, and musicians. And he deserves it, after more than six decades in the entertainment industry.

Find out about Clint Eastwood's net worth, how he made it, and how his career has evolved with blockbuster films, critically acclaimed movies, and multiple awards. We’ll also look at his most popular films, production company, music and advertising endorsements, and property investments.

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What is the Net Worth of Clint Eastwood?

According to various sources, Clint Eastwood's net worth is estimated to be $375 million which he earned from being an actor, film director, film producer, composer, and entrepreneur. 

Clint Eastwood's Net Worth$375 million
Full nameClinton Eastwood Jr.
Gender Male 
Date of BirthMay 31, 1930
Place of BirthSan Francisco, Ca. U.S.A.
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Citizenship United States of America
EthnicityEnglish, Scottish, Irish
Profession Actor, film director, film producer, composer, politician, entrepreneur, investor

Who is Clint Eastwood?

Clinton Eastwood Jr. is an American actor, film director, and more. After a successful role in the Western TV series Rawhide, Eastwood rose to international fame with a role as the Man with No Name in Sergio Leone's Dollars Trilogy during the mid-1960s. His role as Harry Callahan in the five Dirty Harry films defined his success as an actor throughout the 1970s and 1980s and made him an enduring cultural icon of masculinity and several awards.  

Early life 

Clint Eastwood Jr. was born in San Francisco on May 31,1930, to Ruth (1909–2006) and Clinton Eastwood Sr. (1906–1970).

While his father was a migrant factory worker, his mother was employed at a factory. 

Clint Eastwood attended Piedmont Middle School, he was held back due to poor grades. He also went to summer school and attended Piedmont High School but was expelled for riding a bike on the school’s field and causing damage. 

Eastwood transferred to Oakland Technical High School and was scheduled to graduate in January 1949, but it is unclear if he did.

After high school, Clint Eastwood did various odd jobs, such as a lifeguard, paper carrier, forest firefighter, and golf caddy. 

When he turned 20, Eastwood tried enrolling at Seattle University in 1951, but instead, he was called for military duty at the Army Special Services during the Korean War.

Early career 

Eastwood’s lucky break came when he was in the Army and met Chuck Hill, who had contacts in the entertainment industry.

Hill introduced Eastwood to Irvine Glassberg, a director of photography, who, in turn, introduced him to director Arthur Libin. 

Libin, who thought Eastwood had good looks, and a movie star appearance, instantly saw potential in him and suggested he take acting classes. He began going on auditions starting with the film Revenge of the Creature (1955) and Tarantula (1955).

Eastwood landed his first big role in the western comedy Ginger Rogers, which led him to land a few other parts. 


In 1959, Eastwood became cast in the CBS TV series Rawhide, where his career took off. Cast as Rowdy Yates, the show ran for 6 seasons setting Eastwood up as a star of the old west.

His other 1950s movies and films that helped him raise his career include:

  • Never Say Goodbye (1955) - a minor uncredited role
  • Law Man (1955)
  • Allen in Movieland (1955)
  • The First Traveling Saleslady (1956) - a leading role
  • Reader's Digest (1956)
  • Escapade in Japan (1957)
  • Reader's Digest (1957)
  • Death Valley Days (1957)
  • Navy Log (1958)
  • Maverick (1958)
  • Lafayette Escadrille (1958)
  • Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)

Stable Career

In the 1960s, Clint Eastwood went on with acting but also made his directorial debut. His first movie to direct was Play Misty For Me (1971). This film wasn't a commercial success but proved Eastwood was more than just an actor.

Before directing the movie, Clint had appeared in other movies like Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970), Kelly's Heroes (1970), and The Beguiled (1971). Eastwood’s other career-defining films in the 1960 and 1970s included: 

  • A Fistful of Dollars (1964)
  • For a Few Dollars More (1965)
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)
  • The Witches (Le Streghe, 1967)
  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1967)
  • Hang 'Em High (1968)
  • Where Eagles Dare (1968)
  • Paint Your Wagon (1969)
  • Dirty Harry (1971) (his most memorable character) 
  • Joe Kidd (1972)
  • High Plains Drifter (1973)
  • Breezy (1973)
  • Magnum Force (1973) - a sequel to Dirty Harry
  • Hereafter (2010)
  • The Mule (2018) 


Eastwood's biggest commercial successes came in the late 1970s and in the 1980S. His adventure comedies Every Which Way But Loose (1978) and sequel Any Which Way You Can (1980) were his greatest commercial success films. Other popular films that gave him great commercial success were: 

  • The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
  • Escape from Alcatraz (1979)
  • Firefox (1982)
  • Tightrope (1984)
  • Pale Rider (1985)
  • In the Line of Fire (1993)
  • Gran Torino (2008)

The film, Million Dollar Baby (2004) remains his finest film of all time and earned him rave reviews, with a major box office success and several awards, including the Academy Awards. 

As a director, Eastwood did some works where he did not act, such as: 

  • Mystic River (2003)
  • Letter from Iwo Jima (2006)
  • Changeling (2008)
  • Invictus (2009)
  • American Sniper (2014)  

What are the sources of income for Clint Eastwood?

Clint Eastwood has multiple sources of income that contribute to his net worth, including acting, movie directing, production, TV, and entrepreneurship.

1. Acting: $40 million

Eastwood has earned millions for his performances over the years, with an estimated $40 million from his acting career alone. He has starred in numerous movies, including box office hits such as Rawhide, Dirty Harry, Gran Torino, and Million Dollar Baby.

He’s had several notable incomes from acting since his debut. 

  • First contract earned him $100 per week. 
  • Rawhide - $750 an episode in the first.
  • Rawhide - $119,000 an episode as severance pay in later seasons.
  • A Fistful of Dollars - $15,000 in wages for 11 weeks' work, with a bonus of a Mercedes-Benz car on completion. 
  • Hang 'Em High (1968) -  $400,000 and 25% of its net box office 
  • Coogan's Bluff (1968) - $1 million
  • Where Eagles Dare (1968) - $750,000
  • Any Which Way But Loose - $12 million 
  • City Heat (1984) - $5 million
  • In the Line of Fire (1993) $7 million 

2. Production Company: $40 million

Eastwood founded his production company, Malpaso Productions, in 1967. The company has produced many of his films and movies for other directors, becoming Eastwood’s significant source of his wealth, valued at $40 million. 

Beginning with the thriller Play Misty for Me, Eastwood has directed over 30 films, including action films, Westerns, musicals, and dramas. He’s among the few top Hollywood actors to become a commercially successful director. 

Since 1967, Eastwood's Malpaso Productions has produced all but four of his American films.  

Eastwood also directed films in which he did not appear, such as Mystic River and Letters from Iwo Jima, for which he received Academy Award nominations.

3. Property Investments: $20 million

Eastwood has invested in multiple properties over the years, contributing about $20 million to his overall net worth. Some of his property investments include:

  • A 15,0000 sq. ft. ranch in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
  • A  6,136 square foot home in Bel Air
  • A home in Hawaii
  • A 1,067-acre Rising River Ranch in Burney
  • A home next to his primary Bel Air residence
  • A 1.5-acre oceanfront property in Maui 
  • A 5,700 sq. ft. house in Sun Valley, Idaho 

4. Music and Advertising Endorsements: $2 million

Eastwood is also a musician interested in jazz — particularly bebop, blues, country, western and classical music. He has also appeared in advertisements for brands such as Chrysler and American Express, earning him additional income. 

He composed the film scores of Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Flags of Our Fathers, Grace Is Gone, Changeling, Hereafter, J. Edgar, and In the Line of Fire. He co-wrote Why Should I Care with Linda Thompson and Carole Bayer Sager.

5. Pebble Beach Investment 

In the late 1990s, when the Pebble Beach Golf Links was put up for sale, Peter Ueberroth got wind of it and reached out to Clint Eastwood Richard Ferris to buy it. These three ponied up $20 million for their share of the investment, and with 132 private minority investors, they raised about 4820 million and bought the property. Three decades later, the value of their investment had tripled.

Clint’s Politics

Eastwood is a former Republican who has long been interested in California politics. He is currently a registered Libertarian. He won the election as the nonpartisan mayor of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, in April 1986, earning $200 per month but donating to the Carmel Youth Center.  


How much is Clint Eastwood's net worth?

Clint Eastwood's net worth is estimated to be $375 million. 

How much did Clint Eastwood make from his acting career?

In the first acting contract, Eastwood earned $100 per week. 

What genre of films does Clint Eastwood specialize in?

Eastwood has worked in multiple genres but is most well-known for his work in Western and action movies.

What are some of Clint Eastwood's box-office hits?

Some of Eastwood's most successful movies at the box office include Dirty Harry, In the Line of Fire, Gran Torino, and Million Dollar Baby.

What awards has Clint Eastwood won?

Eastwood has won multiple awards, including:

  • Four Academy Awards
  • Four Golden Globe Awards (won Best Director, 2004)
  • A Grammy Award

Does Clint Eastwood own any real estate?

Yes, Eastwood owns multiple properties, including a ranch in Carmel, California, and a home in Hawaii.

How has Clint Eastwood's acting ability evolved over time?

Over the years, Clint Eastwood's acting ability has evolved, demonstrating his versatility as an actor. While he is still known for his tough-guy roles, he has shown his softer side in movies such as Bridges of Madison County and The Mule.

What sources does Clint Eastwood use to maintain his wealth?

In addition to his sources of income mentioned above, Eastwood has made wise investment choices over the years, including investing in stocks and real estate. He also owns the Mission Ranch Hotel and Restaurant in Carmel, which adds to his income.


Clint Eastwood is a Hollywood icon who has significantly impacted the entertainment industry over the years. His net worth of $375 million is a testament to his success as an actor, director, producer, and musician. With his production company and various investments, Eastwood has proven to be a savvy businessman, and his wealth will likely continue to grow in the years to come.

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