On June 7, George Clooney accepted the American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Making his debut on television in 1978, George has been awarded with three Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awards. The list of his achievements does not end here, the actor became became the 46th recipient of the AFI honour at the ceremony. George Clooney has worked in a number of films which include, 'Out of Sight', 'Three Kings', 'O Brother', 'Where Art Thou?', 'The Ocean’s trilogy', 'Michael Clayton', 'Up in the Air', 'The Descendants', 'Gravity' and 'Hail, Caesar!' Not only is he a great actor but also a splendid director. He has directed movies like, 'Confessions of a Dangerous Mind', 'Good Night', and 'Good Luck and The Ides of March'.
George said, “I am very proud of the changes I am seeing in this industry. They're much overdue" he said during his acceptance speech. He thanked his parents, who were present, calling them "two of the most ethical people I know. Their example was always due north. I thought you couldn't have it all. I thought if you had a successful career you couldn't have one great love and then I met Amal.” Nick Clooney introduced his son, George Clooney as, “a man of the movies and a citizen of the world.”