George Timothy Clooney, born on May 6, 1961 in Lexington, Kentucky is a film director, producer, screen writer and actor. George has received three Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awards. Clooney is also a political activist and is one of the United Nations Messengers of Peace.
Clooney graduated from Augusta High School but did not finish college. He sold men's suits and cut tobacco for a living until his first role in a TV series Centennial (1978). He acted in The Facts of Life, The Golden Girls and a semi-regular role in the sitcom Roseanne. He had a part in the movie the Return of the Killer Tomatoes. In 1994 Clooney portrayed Dr. Doug Ross in the NBC production ER. Clooney starred in From Dusk till Dawn, plus One Fine Day, and the Peacemaker. He was cast as Batman in Batman and Robin in 1997 and concluded the 1990s by acting in Three Kings.
Clooney starred in The Perfect Storm and O Brother, Where Art Thou? He then played the main part in Ocean's Eleven and Ocean's Twelve in 2004, plus Ocean's Thirteen in 2007. In 2006 Clooney starred in Syriana. While on set he suffered an accident which left him with a brain injury. To make up for this injury he won the Oscar for his role.
Michael Clayton in 2007 gave Clooney another nomination for an Academy Award and he began directing Leatherheads. In 2011 Clooney starred in The Descendants and won critical praise for his role. Clooney won an Academy Award for Best Picture for his production work on Argo. Clooney is the only person in Academy Award history to be nominated for awards in six different categories. Currently you can see Clooney in Gravity and he is producing August: Osage County.
Clooney has been married and divorced once and is seen with many beautiful women on his arm. There are still questions surrounding Clooney concerning his sexual orientation, but he maintains his privacy.