Scott Eastwood

Birth Name: 
Scott Clinton Reeves
Short bio: 

Scott Eastwood (born March 21, 1986) is an actor and model. He has appeared in the films Flags of Our Fathers (2006), Gran Torino (2008), Invictus (2009), The Forger (2012), Trouble with the Curve (2012), and Fury (2014). He co-starred in the 2013 horror film Texas Chainsaw 3D, and starred in the romantic film The Longest Ride (2015) with Britt Robertson. He is the youngest son of award winning actor-director Clint Eastwood.

Twitter: 
@ScottEastwood
Contact:Mailing: 

Scott Eastwood
United Talent Agency
9336 Civic Center Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3604

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Submitted by Josephine Miller (not verified) on

My granddaughter is a big fan of Scott Eastwood and I had a life size cutout of Scott at her sweet 16 party and she loved it. Would love to get an autograph picture from Scott to her. Any way this can happen? Thank you and look forward to hearing back.

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Submitted by Cory on

Josephine,

If you want to get an autograph from a celebrity, you will need to contact a representative of theirs (usually their talent management agency or team or record label depending on what the celebrity does). To request an autograph from Scott Eastwood, write down the address listed above in his bio and contact info. You will need two large envelopes; I recommend getting 8"x10" and 11"x13" envelopes. The 8x10 will be the envelope which will transport the autograph back to you. Put your home address in the top left corner and in the center of the envelope. I also recommend writing "Do Not Bend" in large letters on the back and in normal-sized letters along the left and right edge of the front. On the 11x13, put your home address in the top left corner and the agency's address in the center. I recommend typing a letter with a brief message and then requesting an autograph. It is fairly common for celebrities to have 8x10 autographed photos available for this request, but adding a blank card to be used to autograph doesn't hurt. You may want to include a small folder or cut out a couple of 8x10 pieces of cereal box to serve as padding for an autographed photo. While it is possible to mail objects to get autographed, such requests are complicated to do and the potential of your object being lost is very high.

Now...off to the post office. You will want to get the weight of all of the stuff you are mailing: both envelopes, your letter requesting an autograph, along with any padding, cards, or whatever is being shipped. I would then round up by 10 cents or so how much it would cost to send that through the US Postal Service and put that much in stamps on your self-addressed envelope. Put everything you are sending inside the large envelope. Seal it up. Put the appropriate amount of postage on the envelope and send off. For some peace of mind, you may want to pay the extra money to send certified mail, which provides you with a tracking code which usually will provide you will info on where the letter is on its way to its destination.

If you aren't up for doing the above, I do offer a service of mailing off autograph requests for folks with FanMailDelivery.

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