Birth Name: Ian Anthony Eastwood
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Date of Birth: April 16, 1993
Ethnicity: Italian (one quarter), English, Scottish, German, possibly other
Ian Eastwood is an American actor, dancer, choreographer, and director.
Ian’s paternal grandfather was named Anthony Eastwood. Anthony was born in Wirral, Cheshire, England, to a mother surnamed Baker.
Ian’s paternal grandmother was Carolyn Adrienne Boyd (the daughter of John Berney Boyd and Lillis Adrienne Bugh). Carolyn was born in Ohio. John was born in Ohio, the son of Robert Vincent Boyd and Viola Gillespie. Lillis was born in Ohio, the daughter of Benton D. Bugh and Sarah Clementine Cromer.
Ian’s maternal grandfather was Philip/Phillip J. Latoria (the son of Michaelangelo/Michael “Mike” Latoria and Rose “Rosie” Scavia/Scava). Philip was born in Illinois, to Italian parents, from Carbonara di Bari, Apulia.
Ian’s maternal grandmother was Bernice Theresa Schuh (the daughter of Henry Rene Schuh and Julia Ceisel/Celsel/Zeisel). Bernice was born in Illinois. Henry was born in Châtenois, Alsace, France. Julia was born in Austria-Hungary.
Sources: Obituary of Ian’s paternal grandfather, Anthony Eastwood – http://legacy.com
Obituary of Ian’s paternal grandmother, Carolyn Adrienne (Boyd) Eastwood – http://legacy.com
Obituary of Ian’s maternal grandmother, Bernice Theresa (Schuh) Latoria – http://legacy.com
>Italian parents, from Carbonara di Bari, Apulia.
Oops wrong celebrity, meant to post on Mădălina Diana Ghenea.
He looks like Noah Centineo (curiously both have Italian ancestry but neither look Italian).
Is Gillespie really more Scottish than Irish? I’ve always associated the name with the Irish, but I have no idea beyond my personal experience with people with those surnames.
It’s both. Looks like it’s mostly concentrated in Ulster, and many people in Ulster are of Scottish descent, so it’s hard to say if those people in Ireland are actually Irish or Scots-Irish.
Europeans are a large degree descendant from Anatolian and Mid East Farmers, they replaced the WHG in North of Europe. Even Ancient Irish were Mid East mostly in origin and still are.
STOP spamming these pages with this irrelevant ——–.
@Lee, I am curious if you agree with this attached article about Turkish farmers. https://www.irishcentral.com/roots/new-study-claims-that-irishmen-descended-from-turkish-farmers-83217437-237788351
That is not a news. It has just changed the terminology, Anatolian Neolithic Farmers would be more accurate (Turkey is a recent invention). That is the source of Mediterranean influence throughout the British Isles.