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Dina Eastwood
Born Dina Ruiz
July 11, 1965 (1965-07-11) (age 44)
Castro Valley, California
Spouse(s) Clint Eastwood
(1996-present, 1 child)

Dina Ruiz Eastwood (born July 11, 1965) is a news anchor for KSBW-TV in the Salinas valley and Monterey peninsula area of central California.

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Private life

She was born in Castro Valley, a city within the East Bay area of California. Her father was of Black and Japanese background, and her mother of Welsh, English and German descent.[1] Ruiz, who graduated from Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California, anchored Newsline for Ohlone College Television, then majored in Radio/TV at San Francisco State University.[1]

She married actor/director Clint Eastwood. She is 35 years his junior. The couple has one daughter, Morgan (born December 12, 1996). They were married on March 31, 1996, in Las Vegas when Eastwood surprised her with a private ceremony at a home on the Shadow Creek Golf Course.[2]

Dina is currently chair of The California Museum for History, Women and the Arts Board of Trustees. Has served in this position for five years.

Career

She subsequently has acted in two of his films, True Crime (1999) and Blood Work (2002).

San Francisco State University Alumni Hot Shots (2009).[3] She was a former co-host of the TV show Candid Camera.

She was previously a KNAZ-TV news anchor in Flagstaff, Arizona.

References

  1. ^ a b Brett Wilbur (2007). "Dina Eastwood Prefers Substance Over Style". Carmel Magazine. http://www.carmelmagazine.com/archive/07sp/dina-eastwood.shtml. Retrieved 2008-12-05. 
  2. ^ Susan Marg (2004). Las Vegas Weddings: A Brief History, Celebrity Gossip, Everything Elvis, and the Complete Chapel Guide. Harper & Brothers. pp. 127. ISBN 978-0060726195. 
  3. ^ http://www.sfsu.edu/~hotshots/journalism.html

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