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In 2013, Clooney received an Academy Award for Best Picture for producing , which Clooney starred in and directed.
The following year, Clooney received the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Cecil B.
In middle school, however, Clooney struggled with his talent for expression when he developed Bell's palsy, which causes partial facial paralysis. He dropped out of school in 1981, without a thought as to what he would do next.
Clooney stuck around the Cincinnati area for a while, finding work as a shoe salesman and, later, as a farmhand picking tobacco.
Clooney worked steadily in Hollywood, but he had yet to land a significant career breakthrough.
Feeling that he was always on the cusp of something bigger, something greater, Clooney found his situation difficult. "I was making a couple of hundred grand a year, which is beating all the odds, so you don't really think things are going terribly. [But] I wished I was doing better projects, and I didn't think I was going to get that chance.". Doug Ross, a caring pediatrician and a notorious ladies man, in the ensemble drama, which also featured Anthony Edwards, Julianna Margulies, and Sherry Stringfield.
Bush as President in 2000, the actor was also an early opponent of the Iraq War, and later called the president "dim" in a 2003 interview.There, despite some name recognition, the Clooneys led a fairly modest life.They were a close-knit family, with Nick Clooney making sure to carve time out of his busy schedule in Cincinnati to be home in the evenings for dinner.Due to the nature of his father's work, George Clooney and his older sister, Ada, moved several times to various locations throughout Kentucky and Ohio with their parents.In 1974, they settled down for good in a rambling, old Victorian home in downtown Augusta, Kentucky, a small town on the Ohio River about an hour south of Cincinnati.