Piercing eyes: Clooney prefers a few physical features on women, one of them being incredibly piercing eyes.Preston, Roberts, Theron, Lucy Liu and Canalis all share the striking eyes trait.4.Attention seeking: When you’re with Clooney, all attention is on him.
But don’t plan on starring in a movie alongside George to win his affection.
It appears he doesn’t date his co-stars – at least, not during filming.3.
Coincidentally one of his earliest roles came in a short-lived medical sitcom called E/R (not to be confused with the rather more famous ER) and perhaps it was experiencing more than a decade of plugging away in small roles before finding fame that has kept the actor remarkably grounded with a great line in self-deprecating quips. Commenting on his role in 1997 flop Batman And Robin, he noted: “I wasn’t the greatest Bat.
Rubber and me just didn’t get along too well.” He always appears to be the charismatic joker, whether he’s planting whoopie cushions on the set of ER (“Hey, funny’s funny.
Celine Balitran (France), Mariella Frostup (Norway) and Canalis (Italy) are just a few of his “foreign affairs.”2.
Big name actress: One of the most successful men in Hollywood would surely be attracted to an equally successful actress.
Part of the attraction, no doubt, lies in the fact that Clooney appears to be temptingly available, his first and only marriage - to actress Talia Balsam - being already over by the time he shot to fame as Dr Doug Ross in the American hospital drama ER.
That was 1994 and by then Clooney - the son of a beauty queen and the former news anchor Nick Clooney - was already in his 30s.
And rightfully so, since both understand the demands and stresses that come with the job.
Clooney’s past women have resumes almost as impressive as his; just take a look at Julia Roberts, Charlize Theron, Kelly Preston and Renee Zellwegger.
Apparently she's moved on to dating a promoter and was spotted around Las Vegas with her new man last weekend.