George Clooney Biography

George Clooney was born on May 6, 1961 in Lexington, Kentucky, although when he was very young his family moved to Cincinnati, where his father worked as a television presenter. That’s where George Clooney began to do his artistic first steps, with small roles on television where Dad Clooney worked. At the age of 21, he went to Hollywood to try his luck as an actor. His first works were small appearances in television series, some of them not even known. Soon he began to be known, and the roles offered to him increased in quality, making appearances in series such as ‘Look who’s talking’, ‘A crime has been written’ or ‘The golden girls’. So it went on until 1994 when he was offered his first really important role: He had to play Dr. Douglas Ross, in the series ‘ER’, a role with which he really became famous. From the series ‘Urgencias’ offers began to rain down on him to work on the big screen.

The first of them was that of director Robert Rodríguez, who offered him the leading role in ‘Open until dawn’, where he worked withQuentin Tarantino Of course, he didn’t think twice and accepted the role. Subsequently, he worked with Michelle Pfeiffer in ‘An Unforgettable Day’ and then took a role in ‘Batman and Robin’. In 1997 he worked in the film ‘The Peacemaker’ and a year later he played a thief in ‘A Very Dangerous Romance’, along with Jennifer Lopez He also acted in ‘The Thin Red Line’ and in ‘Three Kings’. In 2000 he starred in ‘The Perfect Storm, where he played the role of the captain of a fishing boat that is caught in a duel with a great storm. His last works to date have been ‘O, Brother’ and ‘Oceans Eleven’, a remake of the film ‘The gang of eleven’, by Frank Sinatra in which he plays a robber who plans the simultaneous robbery of three casinos in Las Vegas.

Updated: November 9, 2020 — 9:20 am

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