Francesca Fisher-Eastwood is known to many as the daughter of celebrity
parents Clint Eastwood and Frances Fisher. She received a Young Artist
nomination for her performance in her father's film, “True
Crime” (1995). Previously, she appeared with her mother in
“The Stars Fell on Henrietta” (1995).
On Christmas morning, 2001, Francesca and her mother narrowly missed a
house fire that consumed their house. Francesca climbed out her bedroom
window and leapt into the arms of her mother and a neighbor, and was
brought to hospital for smoke inhalation treatment. Frances was also
treated for burns on her hands. Her father flew in to visit her in the
hospital and personally thanked her rescuers.
Childhood and Family:
Francesca Ruth Fisher-Eastwood was born on August 7, 1993, in Reading,
California. She is the daughter of legendary filmmaker and actor Clint
Eastwood and his former companion actress Frances Fisher (together from
1990 to 1995). Francesca has six paternal half-siblings: Kimber
Eastwood, Kyle Eastwood, Alison Eastwood, Scott Eastwood, Kathryn
Eastwood and Morgan Eastwood. Her nickname is Frannie.
The Stars Fell on Henrietta
At age 2, Francesca Fisher-Eastwood made her first taste in front of
the cameras when she was cast in the supporting role of Mary Day in the
film “The Stars Fell on Henrietta” (1995), starring her
mother and produced by her father. She resurfaced four years later with
a notable turn as Kate Everett in the box office bomb “True
Crime” (1999), which was directed by and starring her father. The
role brought her a Young Artist nomination for Best Performance in a
Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Under.