Film acting debut, "Revenge of the Creature"
Appeared on the anthology series "The West Point Story" (CBS 1956-1957; ABC 1957-1958)
Starred as Rowdy Yates on popular TV Western "Rawhide" (CBS)
Delivered breakthrough screen role as the man with no name in the Sergio Leone directed "A Fistful of Dollars"
Re-teamed with Leone for the sequel "For a Few Dollars More"
First film with director Don Siegel, "Coogan's Bluff"
Made singing debut in the film musical "Paint Your Wagon"
Starred opposite Shirley MacLaine in "Two Mules for Sister Sara," directed by Siegel
Directed first film, a documentary short about the filming of "The Beguiled" (1971)
Made feature directorial debut with "Play Misty For Me"; also starred
First played the role of detective Harry Callahan in "Dirty Harry" after Frank Sinatra turned down the part
Starred in title role of "Joe Kidd"
Directed William Holden and Kay Lenz in "Breezy"; first directing assignment in which he did not also act
Reprised Harry Callahan in "Magnum Force"
Moved production company, Malapaso Co. to Warner Bros. on a "handshake deal"
First of six films with off-screen companion Sondra Locke, "The Outlaw Josey Wales"
Third outing as Callahan in "The Enforcer"
Teamed with an orangutan in the comedy "Every Which Way But Loose"
Sang on the soundtrack to "Bronco Billy"; also starred in and directed
Producing debut, "Firefox"; also starred in and directed
Last feature with Sondra Locke, "Sudden Impact"
Earned critical praise for playing a troubled police detective in "Tightrope"; also produced
Made TV directorial debut with an episode of NBC's "Amazing Stories" entitled "Vanessa in the Garden"; story by Steven Spielberg
Won a landslide victory as mayor of Carmel, CA; served for two years
First credit as an executive producer, "Thelonius Monk: Straight, No Chaser"
Helmed "Bird," the biopic of jazz legend Charlie Parker
Portrayed a John Huston-like film director in "White Hunter, Black Heart"; also produced and directed
Re-established his superstar status and won widespread acclaim with "Unforgiven"; film won the Best Picture and Best Director Oscar
Had the Clint Eastwood Scholarship Award named after him by Warner Bros.
Documentary "Clint Eastwood ¿ The Man From Malpaso" aired on Cinemax
Played an aging Secret Service agent in "In the Line of Fire"
Teamed with Kevin Costner in the taut "A Perfect World"; also directed and composed a song for the soundtrack
Launched the record label, Malpaso Records; first project was the soundtrack for "The Bridges of Madison County"; also directed and co-starred with Meryl Streep
Produced "The Stars Fell on Henrietta" featuring Frances Fisher and Robert Duvall
Portrayed a thief who becomes embroiled in a murder with political overtones in "Absolute Power"
Directed (also produced) the film adaptation of "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"; co-starred his daughter Alison Eastwood
Directed and starred in "True Crime" about a journalist who becomes convinced a man on Death Row is innocent; also produced
Teamed with James Garner, Tommy Lee Jones and Donald Sutherland for the sci-fi adventure "Space Cowboys"; also produced and directed
Was subject of documentary "Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows," directed by David Ricker; screened at Venice Film Festival
Starred in and directed "Blood Work"
Directed Sean Penn and Kevin Bacon in the film adaption of "Mystic River"; received Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for Best Picture and Best Director; was nominated by the Directors Guild of America for Outstanding Directorial Achievement
Produced, directed, starred in and composed the music for "Million Dollar Baby" starring Hilary Swank and Morgan Freeman; nominated for Golden Globes for Best Picture and Best Original Score; earned an Oscar nomination for Best Actor
Helmed the WWII drama "Flags of Our Fathers," which centered around the six men that raised the American flag at the Battle of Iwo Jima; received one of two Golden Globe nominations for Best Director
Directed "Letters from Iwo Jima," the companion piece to the Iwo Jima drama "Flags of Our Fathers," told from the Japanese viewpoint; received Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Director and an Oscar nomination for Best Picture
Composed the score for "Grace is Gone" starring John Cusack; earned Golden Globe nominations for Best Original Score and Best Original Song for a Motion Picture
Directed the period thriller "Changeling," starring Angelina Jolie; also scored the music; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Score
Helmed and starred in drama "Gran Torino"; earned a Golden Globe nomination for performing the title song
Directed Morgan Freeman as former South African President Mandela in "Invictus," about the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Director
Executive-produced "Johnny Mercer: The Dream's On Me" for TCM, which earned an Emmy nomination in 2010 for Outstanding Nonfiction Special
Directed the film "Hereafter," which told three parallel stories about three people affected by death in different ways
Directed and produced biographical drama "J. Edgar," starring Leonard DiCaprio
Starred as a retiring baseball scout in drama "Trouble with the Curve"; first acting role in a film he did not direct since 1993's "In the Line of Fire"