“You lucky, lucky spoilt brat”: Scott Eastwood Revealed His Inner Clint Eastwood After Getting Punched by Own Father for a Terrible Mistake

Scott Eastwood Revealed His Inner Clint Eastwood After Getting Punched by Own Father for a Terrible Mistake
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Scott Eastwood is an up-and-coming actor who has delighted the audience with his cinematic skills since following his actor-director, father Clint Eastwood, steps into the movie business. The 37-year-old star has a charming personality and has steadily established himself as a leading man in the industry. He has led a fruitful career and starred in several big-budgeted movies, allowing him to display his acting chops. 


His extraordinary spread of performances across all genres of projects has gained him the attention of Hollywood heavyweights. However, despite being born to one of the most successful stars of American cinema, the actor once claimed that his father made him work for everything, for which he is grateful. 

The Snowden actor previously narrated an intriguing anecdote of his teenage years and recalled that at age 16, he went partying with his younger sister and left her alone to get a beer with his friends. Eastwood added that when his father found out about it, he punched him and warned to not to repeat this mistake.


Scott Eastwood Reveals His Father Clint Eastwood Once Punched Him

Scott Eastwood with father and sister
Scott Eastwood with his father and sister.

Scott Eastwood is undoubtedly one of the most talented actors in the new crop of stars in the industry today. Having started his career at a young age, he has proved he can do anything he puts his heart and mind into. Before pursuing acting, the actor attended Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and completed his graduation with a communications degree.

Eastwood got his first significant role as Lieutenant GQ Edwards in the 2016 superhero film Suicide Squad. Since then, he has played intriguing roles and worked with acclaimed directors, including his award-winning actor-director father, Clint Eastwood. The 93-year-old legendary actor has eight children, and few of whom are following his footsteps into showbiz, like Scott Eastwood. 

In a candid interview with GQ, The Outpost movie star shared an intriguing anecdote from his teenage years. He shared that he once took his younger sister to a house party when he was 16 and his sister was 14. Eastwood claimed that he left her alone at the party while enjoying a beer with his friends, adding later when his father found out, he slammed him against the wall.


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Scott Eastwood Claims His Father Gave Him an Ultimatum After That Incident

Scott Eastwood and Clint Eastwood
Scott Eastwood and Clint Eastwood in their first interview together

During his candid conversation with the outlet, he recalled the incident and said it was very old-school of his father, Clint Eastwood, for smacking him for leaving his younger sister alone at the party. He shared:

“I had taken my younger sister, who was like, 14, to this party. I left, maybe to go get a beer with the guys. And I left her, and I didn’t think about it at the time. Later, Dad found out that I’d left her there.”

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The actor added that, later, when his father found out, he punched him,

“He popped me and said, ‘You don’t ever leave your sister at a party. EVER.’ And it was very old-school, very old-school of him. He wasn’t afraid. None of this new-age bullshit where you can’t even smack the kid because everyone’s afraid of being judged or whatever. That wasn’t the way that shit went down in that family… If you did something wrong, you were going to get punished. I learnt quickly – you don’t do that.”

Scott Eastwood
Scott Eastwood

When asked what pisses him off, Eastwood replied,

“Complainers, whiny little f**king brats. You just really want to knock them out and be like, ‘You lucky, lucky, spoilt brat. You’re full of yourself. You’re so lucky. I would love nothing more than to knock you out, to show you how much of a little brat you’re being.”

Scott Eastwood has starred in iconic movies like The Longest Ride, Suicide Squad, Snowden, The Fate of the Furious, and Pacific Rim Uprising.


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Source: GQ


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