George Clooney is optimistic about the future, in spite of the US presidential election and the COVID 19 pandemic.
The American film star Clooney is politically committed to the United Nations, worked on the crisis region Darfur in Sudan and fights for climate protection. He is married to successful human rights lawyer Amal Clooney and the two have had twins since 2017.
George Clooney was born on May 6, 1961 in Lexington, Kentucky, the son of a talk show host and journalist and a beauty queen. His breakthrough came in the early 1990s, as Doug Ross in the hospital series “Emergency Room”.
After that, he became one of the most successful actors, producers and directors in Hollywood. As a producer, he won an Oscar for “Argo” and as a supporting actor for “Syriana”.
In the film “The Midnight Sky” released on Wednesday, George Clooney plays a scientist in the Arctic, who wants to prevent a space mission from returning to earth, after a worldwide catastrophe threatens the end of mankind.
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