According to RadarOnline.com, Clint Eastwood, the well-known tough guy of Hollywood, has not been seen in public for 408 days, leading to concerns about his health. His extended absence from the limelight has sparked fears that his once famously robust health may have deteriorated.
Reportedly, the 92-year-old actor, who had previously stated in late spring that he had no intentions of retiring, has only two minor projects in post-production, where he plays himself, and no other projects in development.
Moreover, the iconic actor, who played the character of Dirty Harry, has not been seen publicly in photographs since February 6, 2022, when he was spotted at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am tournament held at Pebble Beach Golf Club, which he cherishes.
According to sources, Clint Eastwood did not attend the tournament this year, which is only the second time he has skipped it since 2012.
Despite his son Scott, aged 37, participating in the event held at a course situated less than three miles away from Clint’s residence in Carmel, CA, famously known for his role in “Gran Torino.”
A source revealed that Clint Eastwood has always been healthy, active, and full of vitality despite his advancing age. However, his recent absence from the public eye has raised concerns among many people in Hollywood about his well-being.
The source commented that it is difficult to picture Clint in anything other than a fit and healthy state, but the reality is that Father Time eventually catches up with everyone.
According to a physician who has not treated Clint Eastwood, the actor’s health appears to be declining.
The physician noted that Eastwood’s upper back has a deep curve, indicating weak bones or significant osteoporosis, which is a common age-related condition where bone density decreases.
The physician also mentioned that bone loss is a natural part of aging.
Clint Eastwood, a five-time Oscar winner, was last seen in the 2021 Neo-Western drama Cry Macho. The film performed poorly both critically and at the box office, with a return of only $16 million out of the $33 million spent on its production.
Somebody has seen Clint… just not talking… hope Clint is OK… but 92 is getting ‘up there’…
Wherever Clint is you know he’s ‘Giving em hell’. You were the best there Harry Calahan!