Cleo Rose Elliott Wiki Bio
Cleo Rose Elliott was born in Malibu, California USA, on 17 September 1984 – her zodiac sign is Virgo and she holds American nationality. She is a musician and model, but who is perhaps known best for being the daughter of famous American actor and actress Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross.
Childhood and education
Cleo was raised an only child in Malibu by her parents, and although she is the daughter of famous actors, she was more interested in music while growing up.
She attended Malibu High before switching to Colin McEwan High School ,at which she was quite popular mostly because of her parents. and upon matriculating in 2002, she enrolled at Joanne Baron/D. W. Brown Acting Studio in Santa Monica, from which she graduated in 2006.
She launched her modelling career in 2003, and appeared in the show “Sexyhair”, following which Cleo was featured in various fashion magazines, including “The Malibu Times”.
She was taught singing and songwriting by the famous Charity Chapman, who helped her to join the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP), and to meet music producer Bobby Harby. With Bobby’s help, Cleo released her debut album “No More Lies” in 2008.
Nothing about her later career is known.
Love life and relationships
Cleo prefers to keep the details of her love life to herself, but it’s widely known that she’s in a relationship with Randy Christopher Bates, a non-celebrity man who seems to be a lot older than her. The two have shared numerous pictures of themselves together on Instagram, and have recently become engaged.
Randy was once a drug addict, but now appears to be interested in mountain biking, and has been a cyclist since a very early age. He mostly enjoys going off-road, and judging by their pictures, Cleo often keeps him company. Randy is a huge fan of tattoos and has many inked onto his chest, arms and back.
Cleo hasn’t mentioned any other men she has perhaps been with, so as of February 2021, she is engaged to Randy Christopher Bates, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
In March 2011, Cleo took a pair of scissors and threatened to kill her mother; she chased her around the house, and after Katharine tried to call the police, Cleo cut the ‘phone wires and threatened to poke Katharine’s eyes out.
The situation was somehow handled, but Katharine was granted a restraining order against her daughter, stating that Cleo was also abusive and violent in the past, but that the family tried to hide it.
Hobbies and other interests
Cleo likes to attend concerts and festivals and enjoys listening to rock and metal music the most. Some of her favorite bands are Iron Maiden, Guns ‘n’ Roses and Metallica.
She is keen on travelling, and has been keeping her father company during most of his movie events. Cleo has visited many US states, and has also travelled overseas on multiple occasions, visiting European countries France and England.
She is a dog-lover but has no pets.
Cleo was once physically active, and took great care of her weight because of her modelling career, however, it appears that she no longer cares about this, as she has gained many pounds since her modelling days.
She is keen on watching movies – her favorite actor and actress are Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Angelina Jolie, and a couple of her favorite films are “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”, “Central Intelligence” and “San Andreas”.
Age, height and net worth
Cleo’s age is 36. She has long blonde hair which she has dyed numerous colors including pink, red and green, and her eyes are brown. She’s 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall, while she weighs around 145lbs (65kgs). As of February 2021, Cleo’s net worth has been estimated at $1.5 million, her father’s at over $10 million, and her mother’s at around $5 million.
Who is Sam Elliott?
Samuel Pack ‘Sam’ Elliott was born in Sacramento, California USA, on 9 August 1944 – his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He has won many awards, and has been nominated for two Golden Globes, two Primetime Emmys and an Oscar.
He was raised alongside his older sister Glenda in Sacramento, by their father Henry Nelson who was a predator control specialist, and their mother Glynn Mamie who taught at a high school. When Sam was 13, the family moved to Portland in Oregon where he attended the David Douglas High School, and upon matriculating in 1962, he enrolled at the University of Oregon from which he dropped out, but he then enrolled at Clark College and completed a two-year course.
One of his first roles was in an episode of the legal series “Judd, for the Defense”, and he then appeared in the western movie “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”, the series “Mission: Impossible”, and the western movie “I Will Fight No More Forever”.
Sam became popular in the US after he starred as Sam Damon in the mini-series “Once an Eagle” in 1976 and 1977, and went on to appear in many popular movies, such as the 1985 biographical drama “Mask” which starred him and Cher, the 1995 drama “Buffalo Girls”, and the 1998 crime comedy “The Big Lebowski”. Sam can also be seen portraying General Thaddeus Ross in the 2003 superhero movie “Hulk”.
A couple of his most recent roles have been in the 2017 comedy movie “The Hero”, the 2018 adventure drama “The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot”, and the 2018 musical romantic drama “A Star Is Born”.
He is also a popular voice actor, who has collaborated with companies such as Dodge, Kinney Drugs and the American Beef Council. His voice can also be heard in commercials for the beer Coors and The Ram Trucks.
Who is Katharine Ross?
Katharine Juliet Ross was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 29 January 1940 – her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. Just as her husband, she has been nominated for many awards including an Oscar, two Golden Globes and a BAFTA.
Katharine was raised an only child in Los Angeles, by her mother Katherine Mullen who was a housewife, and her father Dudley Tying Ross who was in the US Navy. She spent her teenage years riding horses, and attended Las Lomas High School from which she matriculated in 1957. Katharine then enrolled at Santa Rosa Junior College, and there appeared in the play “The King and I” which made her drop out of college and move to San Francisco to practice acting. She enrolled at The Actors Workshop, staying there for three years during which she appeared in various plays including “The Balcony”, in which she could’ve been seen nude.
In 1960 aged 20, Katharine married Joel Fabiani but they divorced two years later. In 1964 she married John Marion, and was in the same year cast to appear in the play “King Lear”. She launched her career on TV by appearing in one or two episodes of various series, such as “The Lieutenant”, “The Virginian” and “Run for Your Life” – her debut film appearance was in the 1965 American Civil War movie “Shenandoah”. She divorced her second husband in 1967, and became famous in the same year after her portrayal of Elaine Robinson in the romantic comedy movie “The Graduate” which starred Dustin Hoffman, and follows a girl who falls in love with a man who was previously in a relationship with her mother. For her performance, Katharine was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, and won her first Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year.
Katharine Ross and Sam Elliott have been married since 1984…
Katharine went on to marry Conrad Hall in 1969, and the same year was acclaimed for her part in “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”. She then took some time away from the film industry, but still appeared in a couple of movies such as the 1972 “Get to Know Your Rabbit” and the 1974 “Chance and Violence”. She divorced her third husband in 1973, and then in 1975 starred in the critically acclaimed satirical horror “The Stepford Wives”, which won her a Saturn Award for Best Actress. After the shooting was completed, Katharine married her fourth husband Gaetano ‘Tom’ Lisi whom she divorced in 1979, then in May 1984 she married her fifth and husband Sam Elliot, apparently fifth time lucky.
One of Katharine’s most notable later roles was in the 2001 critically acclaimed science fiction psychological thriller “Donnie Darko”, while a couple of her following roles in movies were in the 2007 drama “Eye of the Dolphin”, the 2015 comedy “Slip, Tumble & Slide” and the 2017 comedy “The Hero”.
She is also an author, having published several children’s books.