On NBC, Scott Eastwood, the actor who is also the son of Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood, was interviewed about his new movie “The Longest Ride.”
Eastwood explained just what a great dad Clint is, and how he helped him become the man he is today. His father always told him to “be humble about [what you do], and be a good guy and tell the truth.”
When asked if there was pressure to become an actor, Scott replied: [Dad] didn’t care what I did. He didn’t care if I was a plumber or if I was an actor. Whatever you do just do it well. He grew up in an era when men were sort of men. I can’t thank him enough.
More young people today could use such wise fatherly advice.