SCOTT EASTWOOD (Carl) was born in Monterey, California but spent the majority of his grade and high school years in Hawaii with his mom and younger sister. While growing up in Hawaii, Scott learned the true meaning of "Aloha" and learned to enjoy the very simple things in life: Pop Warner football, surfing, swimming, fishing, and just about any ocean-related activity known to man. Whether Scott was getting up at 5:30 AM to hit the surf or just sitting on the beach at sunset with a fishing pole, his life revolved around the ocean. From an early age, Scott always excelled in drama. After spending summers with his father and then eventually living with him, Scott felt compelled to pursue a career in acting. Thanks to his father's love of jazz, Scott also learned to play the saxophone at an early age while always being encouraged to stay in shape.
Growing up with his mother, Scott always had someone he knew would go to bat for him and when staying with his father, Scott could count on someone to "kick his ass." Scott's second mom has always been the voice of reason and sense of humor between the two.
Scott has been fortunate to have great friends and special aunties and uncles along the way, all of whom have played a role in making Scott the individual he is today.
Scott recently completed shooting TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE and EPIC. In addition, Scott appeared in INVICTUS, GRAN TORINO, the World War II drama, FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS, along with, AN AMERICAN CRIME, and the swimming movie, PRIDE.