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George Clooney

George Clooney was born on May 6, 1961 to Nina and Nick Clooney, a journalist. His aunt was the legendary singer-actress Rosemary Clooney. The future Oscar winner was raised in Kentucky and Ohio, and initially went to college to be a journalist like his father.

He went on to study acting at the Beverly Hills Playhouse, and scored roles on “The Facts of Life,” “Roseanne” and “Sisters.” Clooney’s breakout came in 1994 when he was cast on the medical drama “ER.” He remained with the show for five seasons as his fame steadily grew, earning two Emmy and three Golden Globe nominations.

Clooney was already making movies before leaving “ER,” starring in such films as “One Fine Day,” “The Peacemaker,” “Out of Sight,” and “Batman & Robin.” Following “ER,” Clooney focused exclusively on the big screen, with the 2000s bringing flicks like “The Perfect Storm,” “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” (for which he won a Golden Globe), and the “Ocean’s Eleven” films.

In 2005, Clooney appeared in “Syriana,” for which he won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar and a Golden Globe. That same year, he directed, produced, and starred in “Good Night, and Good Luck,” which earned him Best Director and Best Screenplay nominations at the same Academy Awards.

Clooney’s next Oscar nod came for 2007’s “Michael Clayton,” the same year he directed “Leatherheads.” More Oscar nominations followed for 2010’s “Up in the Air” and 2011’s “The Descendants,” the latter of which led to a Golden Globes win. He also received an Academy Award screenplay nomination for “The Ides of March.”

The star’s second Oscar win, however, finally came in 2013 when “Argo” won Best Picture. As producer, Clooney got to take home one of the statues. Later that year he starred opposite Sandra Bullock in the critically-acclaimed “Gravity,” and in 2014, he wrote, directed, and starred in the less well-received movie, “The Monuments Men.” In early 2015, he received the Cecil B. DeMille award at the Golden Globes for lifetime achievement.

Clooney has balanced his screen work with his passion for activism, and has frequently used his celebrity to raise awareness of certain causes, such as the crisis in Darfur and earthquake disaster relief in Haiti. His love life, however, has garnered even more interest. Following a short marriage to Talia Balsam from 1989 to 1993, Clooney dated (and eventually dumped) a string of beautiful women, earning him the title of Hollywood’s top bachelor.

But Clooney’s playboy lifestyle came to a screeching halt when he met Amal Alamuddin, a human rights lawyer, in 2013. They became engaged in early 2014, and had a star-studded wedding in Venice later that year.

George Clooney “Dumped” Amal On “Eve Of Their Anniversary”?

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George Clooney Dumped Amal Anniversary

George Clooney did NOT “dump” his wife Amal “on the eve of their one-year anniversary,” despite a 100 percent wrong report. Gossip Cop can correct the story.

George Clooney And Amal Celebrate First Wedding Anniversary After Year Of Wrong Rumors (PHOTOS)

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George Clooney Wedding Anniversary


George Clooney and his wife Amal are celebrating their first wedding anniversary on Sunday, and so Gossip Cop decided to look back at a few of the outrageous rumors about the newlyweds that we exclusively corrected during Year One of their marriage.

Halle Berry, Tobey Maguire, Naomi Watts, George Clooney Read “Mean Tweets” On ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ (VIDEO)

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Jimmy Kimmel Mean Tweets


Jimmy Kimmel’s “Mean Tweets Week” continued on Thursday with Halle Berry, Tobey Maguire, Naomi Watts and George Clooney reading out loud rude comments written about them on Twitter. Watch the video here!

George Clooney: Donald Trump Is “Intolerant” And “Idiotic”

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George Clooney called Donald Trump “intolerant” and “idiotic” on Saturday. The actor went after the Republican presidential frontrunner while promoting the movie The Brand Is Crisis at the Toronto International Film Festival.

George Clooney “Very Concerned” About Amal’s Safety During President Nasheed Case In Maldives (VIDEO)

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George Clooney Concerned Amal


George Clooney revealed in an extended clip from the premiere of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” that he’s very concerned about wife Amal’s safety while she’s currently working in the Maldives. Amal, a renowned civil rights lawyer who specializes in international law, traveled to the South Asian country to lobby for the release of imprisoned ex-President Mohammed Nasheed. Watch the video here.

George Clooney Promotes Fake Movie On “Late Show With Stephen Colbert” (VIDEO)

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George Clooney Fake Movie Stephen Colbert


George Clooney appeared as the first-ever guest on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Tuesday, but because the actor didn’t have an actual movie to promote, he decided to play clips from a fake one called Decision Strike. Watch the funny video here!

George Clooney NOT Pitching ‘Judge Judy’-like Show For Amal, Despite Report

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George Clooney Judge Judy Amal


George Clooney is not pitching a “Judge Judy”-like court TV show for wife Amal, despite an absurd new report from one of this week’s tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this story.

Amal Clooney “Actor’s Wife”: Associated Press Slammed For Tweet About Human Rights Lawyer (PHOTOS)

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Amal Clooney Actor's Wife Associated Press


The Associated Press is getting slammed for sending a tweet that referred to Amal Clooney as “actor’s wife,” despite her successful career as a human rights lawyer. See screengrabs and reactions here.

Amal Clooney NOT A “Hollywood Phony,” Despite Report

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Amal Clooney Hollywood George


Amal Clooney is not “another Hollywood phony,” despite an absurd new story. Gossip Cop can correct a number of inaccuracies posted in a new webloid report that wrongly goes after lawyer wife of George Clooney.

George Clooney NOT “Blaming” Amal For Ruining Prospective Political Career, Despite Report

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George Clooney Politics Amal


George Clooney is not “blaming” his wife Amal for ruining a prospective political career, despite a new report that’s riddled with one inaccuracy after another. Gossip Cop can correct this claim.

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