Nick Clooney


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Nick Clooney

How Old Is Nick Clooney? Nick Clooney Birthday

Nick Clooney was born on January 13, 1934 and is 88 years old now.

Birthday: January 13, 1934
How Old - Age: 88

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Nicholas is alive and kicking and is currently 88 years old.
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Nick Clooney does not have the coronavirus. We haven't heard any unfortunate news about Nick Clooney having the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Is Nick Clooney's father, Joseph Andrew Clooney, dead or alive?

Joseph Andrew Clooney's information is not available now.

Is Nick Clooney's mother, Marie Frances Guilfoyle, dead or alive?

Marie Frances Guilfoyle's information is not available now.

Nick Clooney's sisters :

Nicholas has 2 sisters:
  • Nick Clooney's sister, Betty Clooney, died on August 6, 1976 as he was 45 years old. His cause of death was brain aneurysm.

  • Nick Clooney's sister, Rosemary Clooney, died on June 29, 2002 as he was 74 years old. His cause of death was lung cancer.

Nick Clooney - Biography

Nicholas Joseph "Nick" Clooney is an American journalist, anchorman, and television host. He is the brother of singer Rosemary Clooney and the father of actor/director/producer, George Clooney.
Clooney ran as a Democrat in the 2004 election for a seat in the House of Representatives representing Kentucky's 4th Congressional District. His opponent for the open seat was Republican Geoff Davis. Clooney was recruited to run by Ken Lucas, the outgoing Democratic congressman who had held onto the conservative district with his moderate views. With his name recognition and well-publicized endorsement from Lucas, Clooney was a big favorite to keep the seat in Democratic hands.

Early in 2004, Davis fought through a (sometimes rough) three-way Republican primary. Despite a commanding early lead, when the national media began to report on the electoral contest (due to his famous son George Clooney), his Republican opponents began using the phrase "Hollywood vs the Heartland" to describe the race. Clooney's lead began to disappear and he was dealt a blow when both The Kentucky Enquirer and the Community Press newspapers endorsed Davis.
Clooney lost 44% to 54%. During his concession speech, he said his short career in politics was over. He went back to writing a column for The Cincinnati Post three times a week, covering a wide range of topics, until the Post's discontinuation at the end of 2007.