Scott Eastwood Does Spot-On Impression of Dad Clint Eastwood While in Cowboy Costume
By Jackie Willis
Scott Eastwood has already won Halloween and we're still two weeks away from Oct. 31.
The 30-year-old actor brilliantly channeled his father Clint Eastwood's The Man With No Name character from the 1967 film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, when he showed up to Hilarity for Charity's 5th Annual Los Angeles Variety Show: Seth Rogen's Halloween on Saturday night in Hollywood, California, which raised over $1.6 million to help families affected by Alzheimer's.
Even Scott himself was impressed with his clever costume. "It's pretty good. My stylist, Jeanne Yang, put it together in a little bit of a lickety-split," the Fast 8 star told ET's Ashley Crossan at the event. "I told her, 'Hey, by the way, I need a costume for tomorrow night.' She just magically made this happen."
Not only was he the spitting image of his father, Scott was also pretty good at impersonating the 85-year-old actor for ET. Paying homage to another one of his dad's classic roles, Scott quoted the 1971 movie Dirty Harry, saying, "I know what you're thinking, 'Did he fire six shots or only five?'"
In a recent interview with GQ Australia, Scott opened up about the relationship he shares with his famous father. "As a younger kid there was kind of an aura of greatness. Like, he’s my hero," the actor recalled. "Now, I think every opportunity is an opportunity to hear another good story."