American reporter & TV news anchor, Dina Eastwood is well-known for starring in the American reality documentary television series, ‘Mrs. Eastwood & Company.’ Also, she is popular as the ex-wife of American actor, filmmaker, musician, and political figure Clint Eastwood.

American reporter, Dina Eastwood
Caption: American reporter, Dina Eastwood

Is Scott Fisher, Dina Eastwood Husband? First Marriage Failed 

American correspondent Eastwood has been married twice in her life. Dina Eastwood married her first husband Clint Eastwood on March 31st, 1996. They met during a meeting for KSBW-TV. Clint was attracted by Dina & He said;
"The huge doe eyes. She's a direct sort of individual. It's something you can't place since it's pheromones or something. So we got hitched, and we had a kid." 
From their married life, she became the mother of a daughter Morgan Eastwood. Her daughter Morgan born on December twelfth, 1996. Also, she resembles her well-known mother and likes to invest her free energy with her mom. Finally, Dina's divorce with Clint on October 22nd, 2013 parted their life.

After separation, Dina married her 2nd husband Scott Fisher who is a former basketball player & currently working as a basketball coach. Dina and Scott wedded in July 2016 from that point forward they are living respectively joyfully. The columnist looks truly upbeat and happy with her life. She is an astonishing lady, a capable journalist, a delightful mother, and a glad spouse. Dina devoted her life to working and made mind-boggling progress.

Parents of Reporter Dina Eastwood 

Born to father Michael Ruiz, and mother Mary Lou Ruiz as Dina Marie Ruiz on July 11, 1965, in Castro Valley, California, US. Her dad is an instructor and mother a saleswoman.  Having an American nationality, Dina is of mixed ethnicity. Her mom is of English, Irish, and German plunge and Hawaiian, Japanese, African, American (father's side) roots. 

She enlisted at Mission San Jose High School situated in Fremont, California. Then she went to Ohlone College in 1983. In Ohlone College Television, she makes a big appearance as the TV anchorperson. She attended Arizona State University situated in Tempe for quite a while. Dina finished her graduation acquiring a degree in broadcast correspondences from the 'San Francisco State University' in the year 1988.

What is the Net Worth of Dina Eastwood? 

From her professional career, she has gathered a gigantic amount of cash. She has earned millions throughout the long term work career. Dina Eastwood has an estimated net worth of $20 million. She has been gathered worth from her unscripted television arrangement on the E! channel entitled Mrs. Eastwood and Company.

Her ex-husband Clint Eastwood has an estimated net worth of $375 million. Also, he has a huge land portfolio in California remembering his 15,000 square foot domain for Carmel-by-the-Sea, a 6,136 square foot home in Bel Air, the 1,067 sections of land Rising River Ranch in Burney. Additionally, he has a 1.5-section of land oceanfront property in Maui and a 5,700 square foot house in Sun Valley, Idaho.


In the year 1990, she joined 'KNAZ-TV' as a columnist and later began filling in as a commentator. She took retirement from KSBW to commit more opportunities to her significant other and recently conceived girl in 1997. At that point, she hosts of the 'California Teachers Association' created TV program, 'A Quest for Excellence,' in the year 1998.

She highlighted in the 1999 secret show, 'Genuine Crime,' coordinated by her then-spouse, Clint Eastwood, included her in the short part of a journalist. She co-facilitated the Episode #7.1 of the mainstream and long-running American concealed camera unscripted television arrangement, 'Authentic Camera' in 2003.

On November 11, 2013, Dina moored the 5 pm report for a little while. At that point, she highlighted in the featuring part of Vanessa Reeve on craftsmanship fabrication named 'The Forger,' coordinated by Lawrence Roeck. One of her most prominent tasks was the American reality narrative TV arrangement, 'Mrs. Eastwood and Company." Now she is a contributing supervisor for 'Golf Digest Women' and functions as the leading group of two or three non-benefit good cause.