Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Humpday Hottie!!

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Happy Humpday!

Today's HOT hottie is..............



Date of Birth
6 May 1961, Lexington, Kentucky, USA

Birth Name
George Timothy Clooney

Gorgeous George

5' 11" (1.80 m)

Mini Biography

Born in Lexington, Kentucky, as son of Nick Clooney, a TV newscaster of many years, who hosted a talk show at Cincinnati and often invited George into the studios already at the age of 5. Avoiding competition with his father, he quit his job as broadcast journalist after a short time.

Studied a few years at Northern Kentucky University. Failed to join the Cincinnati Reds baseball team. He came to acting when his cousin, Miguel Ferrer, got him a small part in a feature film. After that, he moved to L.A. in 1982 and tried a whole year to get a role while he slept in a friend's closet. His first movie, together with Charlie Sheen, stayed unreleased but got him the producers' attention for later contracts.
IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Zoerner

Talia Balsam (15 December 1989 - September 1993) (divorced)

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Often plays scoundrels that are likable and have redeeming qualities.

His movies often reflect his liberal political beliefs.



Best man at the wedding of Richard Kind.

Tried out for a position on the Cincinnati Reds baseball team.

He says he will never get married again, nor have any children, but Michelle Pfeiffer and Nicole Kidman both bet $10,000 each that he would be a father before he turned 40. They were both wrong, and each sent him a check. He returned the money, betting double or nothing that he won't have kids by age 50.

Waged war against the paparazzi by boycotting "Entertainment Tonight" (1981), the sister show of "Hard Copy" (1989), which had filmed Clooney without his permission.

Was voted "Sexiest Man Alive" by People Magazine. [1997]


Was voted "Best Dressed Male Television Star." [1997]

Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the "50 Most Beautiful People in the World." [1996]

Owned a pet pig named Max, given to him by Kelly Preston, for eighteen years. Max died on December 1, 2006.

Studied acting at The Beverly Hills Playhouse.

Coincidentally, his first steady TV role was in the medical sitcom "E/R" (1984) that was based in Chicago and co-starred Elliott Gould, Mary McDonnell and Jason Alexander. Ten years later it would take another TV series "ER" (1994) (also based in Chicago) to finally launch him into the galaxy of superstardom.

He was talk-show host Rosie O'Donnell's very first guest when her TV show debuted.

Committed to O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) before even reading a script.

Reportedly got into a fistfight with Three Kings (1999) director David O. Russell on the set. Russell had yelled and derided a few extras out of frustration and Clooney didn't appreciate it. Russell has since said, "I wouldn't make another George Clooney movie if they paid me $20 million."

Good friends with actor Mark Wahlberg.

Dated Renee Zellweger and Mariella Frostrup.

First cousin once removed of Gabi Ferrer.

One of People Magazine's "Top 50 Bachelors" (2002).

He got his start in a movie starring his cousin, Miguel Ferrer. Later, after Clooney had established himself on "ER" (1994), Ferrer made a guest appearance on the very first show. George's aunt, Rosemary Clooney, made guest appearances on two shows the first month "ER" (1994) aired.

Ranked #29 in Premiere's 2003 annual Power 100 List.

Is the sixth actor to play Batman.

No. 3 of 10 Top Sexiest Men in People magazine. (2003)


His voice was dubbed for the singing moments in O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000).

Heads his own film and television production company, Maysville Pictures.

Was the second man, after Richard Gere, to make an appearance on the cover of Vogue magazine.

Ranked #16 on VH1's "100 Hottest Hotties."

He loves the show "South Park" (1997). He got a hold of Trey Parker, the creator of the series, and asked for a part in an episode. He was given the role of "Sparky," the gay dog.

Is of Irish-American descent.

At 43, he was voted sexiest male celebrity in a 'Naughty Forties' poll conducted for UK television station FX.

Shared an L.A. home with Kelly Preston when both were struggling actors.

Auditioned five times for Ridley Scott for the role of J.D. in Thelma & Louise (1991), a role that ultimately went to future friend Brad Pitt and catapulted Pitt to super-stardom.

He loves beer. He does voiceovers for Budweiser TV commercials and allegedly had a beer keg installed in his dressing room during filming of Ocean's Eleven (2001).

Received the first "Spirit of Independence Award" of the Los Angeles Film Festival and Find Independent (FIND). [June, 2005]

He and his Ocean's Eleven (2001) and Ocean's Twelve (2004) co-stars, Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt and Elliott Gould, and Bruce Willis who did a cameo in Ocean's Twelve as himself, all have guest-starred on the TV show "Friends" (1994), though not in the same episodes.

Appears on the cover of the first Men's Vogue. (2005)

After an accident on the set of his movie Syriana (2005), he suffered from back pain, bad headaches, and memory loss. After several spine surgeries, he fully recovered and is fine now. [October 2005]

Sought the role of Jack in Sideways (2004). However, the film's director, Alexander Payne, felt that he was too big a star, and turned him down in favor of Thomas Haden Church.

Owns a villa in Laglio at Lake Como, Italy, where he lives several months of the year.

As of 2006, he is the only regular cast member from "ER" (1994) to win an Oscar (for Best Supporting Actor in Syriana (2005)).

Was originally to star in Jack Frost (1998) but chose to do Batman & Robin (1997) instead. His part went to Michael Keaton, who had previously starred as Batman in Batman (1989) and in Batman Returns (1992).

He auditioned for the role of Mr. Blonde/Vic Vega in Reservoir Dogs (1992), but was turned down.

People Magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive". [2006]

His famed "Roman haircut" was actually an accident. While filming From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), he wanted to make his character Seth Gecko look really crazy with a chopped off hairstyle. But the haircut became popular and turned into a positive.

Suffered from Bell's palsy for a time while he was in high school.

Although he grew up working in tobacco fields, Clooney disliked the smell and never took up smoking. His parents were non-smokers, although many of his aunts and uncles did.

Helped celebrate a plan to rebuild a hospital in hurricane-devastated Louisiana alongside former President George Bush [George H. W. Bush]. The pair appeared outside the courthouse in Cameron Parish, the only surviving building in the town following Hurricane Rita. Bush presented local officials with a check for $2 million from the Bush-Clinton Katrina fund. The money will help run South Cameron Memorial Hospital once it has been rebuilt. Former "ER" (1994) star Clooney quipped, "There is good news in all of this, which is that when the hospital gets up and running, I will not be doing any of the medical procedures" (20 December 2006).

Least favorite movies from his filmography include: Batman & Robin (1997), The Peacemaker (1997), etc. [2008]

Personal favorite movies from his filmography include: Out of Sight (1998), Three Kings (1999), O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000), Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005), etc. [2008]

His palatial villa overlooking Italy's Lake Como comprises 15 rooms, a wine cellar, and a master bedroom suite atop three floors. In his garage Clooney keeps his collection of Piaggio motorbikes. Docked at his pier is a Colombo classic powerboat.

His favourite song is "Destnation Moon" by Dinah Washington and his favourite novel is Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace".

His production company, Section 8 Productions, is named after Jamie Farr's "M*A*S*H" (1972) character "Maxwell Q Klinger" (Klinger tried to get out of the army via a section 8).

Lives in Los Angeles, California.


Personal Quotes

I don't like to share my personal life... it wouldn't be personal if I shared it.

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) bombed. But I can take it. Most of the films I've done haven't done particularly well. I'm surprised I'm continuing to work.

Directing is really exciting. In the end, it's more fun to be the painter than the paint.

I don't believe in happy endings, but I do believe in happy travels, because die at a very young age, or you live long enough to watch your friends die. It's a mean thing, life.

I doubt anybody gets taken seriously for very long. I'll be on some reality show in about six years going, Hey, I had a great year in 2006.

You never really learn much from hearing yourself talk.

We're the ones who talked about AIDS when it was just being whispered. And we talked about civil rights when it wasn't really popular. This academy - this group of people - gave Hattie McDaniel an Oscar in 1939 when blacks were still sitting in the backs of theaters. I'm proud to be a part of this academy, proud to be part of this community, and proud to be out of touch.

You can only get so far without discernible talent - then you either work, or use cheap publicity tricks to keep the public's attention. Paris (Hilton) has no reason to complain if she is on the end of bad publicity.

On who will win the Best Actor Oscar in 2008: "If you want my honest opinion, I think it's going to be Daniel Day-Lewis [for There Will Be Blood (2007)]. He sort of irritates all of us because he's so good. I'll tell you right now, I don't like him!"

Had I not got the Thursday night ten o'clock slot at "ER" (1994), if they'd put us on Friday night, then I wouldn't have a film career. That's luck, not my own genius, though I like to think it was.

I'd rather have a rectal examination on live TV by a fellow with cold hands than have a Facebook page!

I never wear makeup for movies and now it's starting to show. It's funny, because most male actors work with actresses who are considerably younger. But earlier in my career I was working with a lot of actresses who were my age or older so people always thought I was older anyway; and now I'm going through this thing with people thinking I'm about 60. But I'm kind of comfortable with getting older because it's better than the other option, which is being dead. So I'll take getting older.



# Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009) (voice) .... Mr. Fox
# The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009) .... Lyn Cassady
# Up in the Air (2009/I) .... Ryan Bingham
... aka "Mileage, My Life" - Japan (English title)
# "ER" .... Dr. Doug Ross (109 episodes, 1994-2009)
- Old Times (2009) TV episode .... Dr. Doug Ross
- Such Sweet Sorrow (2000) TV episode (uncredited) .... Dr. Doug Ross
- Responsible Parties (1999) TV episode (voice) (uncredited) .... Dr. Doug Ross
- The Storm: Part 2 (1999) TV episode .... Dr. Doug Ross
- The Storm: Part 1 (1999) TV episode .... Dr. Doug Ross
(104 more)
# Burn After Reading (2008) .... Harry Pfarrer
# Leatherheads (2008) .... Jimmy 'Dodge' Connelly
# Michael Clayton (2007) .... Michael Clayton
... aka "Fixer" - Japan (English title)
# Ocean's Thirteen (2007) .... Danny Ocean
# The Good German (2006) .... Jake Geismer
# Syriana (2005) .... Bob Barnes
# Good Night, and Good Luck. (2005) .... Fred Friendly
# Ocean's Twelve (2004) .... Danny Ocean
# Intolerable Cruelty (2003) .... Miles
... aka "Divorce Show" - Japan (English title)
# Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over (2003) .... Devlin
... aka "Spy Kids 3: Game Over" - USA (video title)
# Solaris (2002) .... Chris Kelvin
# Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) .... Jim Byrd
... aka "Confession" - Japan (English title)
# Welcome to Collinwood (2002) .... Jerzy
# Ocean's Eleven (2001) .... Danny Ocean
... aka "11" - USA (promotional abbreviation)
... aka "O11" - USA (informal short title)
# Spy Kids (2001) .... Devlin
# The Perfect Storm (2000) .... Captain Billy Tyne
... aka "Perfect Storm" - Japan (English title)
# O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) .... Everett
... aka "Oh, Brother!" - Japan (English title)
# Fail Safe (2000) (TV) .... Col. Jack Grady

# Three Kings (1999) .... Archie Gates
# South Park: Bigger Longer & Uncut (1999) (voice) .... Dr. Gouache
... aka "South Park" - International (English title) (short title)
... aka "South Park: BLU" - USA (promotional abbreviation)
... aka "South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut" - USA (closing credits title)
# The Thin Red Line (1998) .... Capt. Charles Bosche
# Out of Sight (1998) .... Jack Foley
# "Murphy Brown" .... Doctor #2 (1 episode, 1998)
- Never Can Say Goodbye: Part 2 (1998) TV episode .... Doctor #2
# The Peacemaker (1997) .... Lt. Col. Thomas Devoe
# "South Park" .... Sparky the Dog (1 episode, 1997)
- Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride (1997) TV episode (voice) .... Sparky the Dog
# Batman & Robin (1997) .... Batman / Bruce Wayne
# One Fine Day (1996) .... Jack Taylor
# From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) .... Seth Gecko

Awards and Nominations

Has been nominated 4 times for Oscar!! (Up in the Air, Michael Clayton, Syriana, Good Night and Good Luck) and won 1 for Best Performance by Actor in Supporting Role for Syriana.

Has been nominated 8 times for a Golden Globe!! (Up in the Air, Michael Clayton, Syriana, Good Night and Good Luck, O Brother Where Art Thou?, and 3 times for his role in ER!) and won O Brother... and Syriana.

Nominated 10 times for SAG Award!! (Up in the Air, Michael Clayton, Good Night, and Good Luck, Syriana, and 6 times for ER, 4 times as Ensemble and 2 times as Best Male Actor). He won it four times as Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in Drama Series for ER!

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