Kimber Eastwood

Birth Name: Kimber Lynn Eastwood

Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States

Date of Birth: June 17, 1964

*father – English, Scottish, Irish, smaller amounts of German and Dutch, remote Welsh
*mother – Italian

Kimber Eastwood is an American actress, producer, and makeup artist. She is the daughter of actress and dancer Roxanne Tunis and actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood (Clinton Eastwood). Among her half-siblings are jazz bass musician and actor Kyle Eastwood and actress and filmmaker Alison Eastwood; actor and model Scott Eastwood; actress, model, and television personality Francesca Eastwood; and actress Morgan Eastwood.

Kimber’s paternal grandfather was Clinton Eastwood (the son of Burr Eastwood and Jesse Mabel Anderson). Clinton was born in San Francisco, California. Burr was the son of Asa Bedesco/Bodisco Eastwood and Emily/Emma “Mabel” Young. Jesse was the daughter of Matthew Anderson, who was Scottish, and of Lois/Louise Sabra/Helen A. Gaskill.

Kimber’s paternal grandmother was Margaret Ruth “Betty” Runner (the daughter of Waldo Errol Runner and Virginia May McClanahan). Margaret was born in Alameda County, California. Waldo was born in Buena Vista, Chaffee, Colorado, the son of Charles Claude “C.C.” Runner and Sophia Aurelia Bartholomew. Virginia was the daughter of James William McClanahan and Matilda Belle “Mattie Bell” Boyle; Matilda’s parents were John Pearis Boyle and Eliza D. Patterson.

Kimber’s maternal grandfather was Frank Tunis (the son of Pietro Trunzo and Theresa Costa). Frank was born in Pennsylvania. Pietro was born in San Mango d’Aquino, Catanzaro, Calabria, Italy. Theresa was the daughter of Italian parents, Antonio Costa and Rose C. Muzzarella, who was also from San Mango d’Aquino, Catanzaro.

Kimber’s maternal grandmother was named Theresa. Theresa was born in Pennsylvania, to Italian parents.

Sources: Genealogies of Kimber Eastwood –

Genealogies of Kimber’s father –

Genealogy of Kimber’s paternal grandmother, Margaret Ruth Runner –

Kimber’s maternal uncle on the 1930 U.S. Census –

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