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His father, Ira Owens Beaty, had studied for a Ph D in educational psychology and worked as a teacher and school administrator, in addition to dealing in real estate. One film that had an important early influence on him was The Philadelphia Story (1940), which he saw when it was re-released in the 1950s.
Beatty's elder sister is the actress, dancer and writer Shirley Mac Laine. He noticed a strong resemblance between its star, Katharine Hepburn, and his mother, in both appearance and personality, saying that they symbolized "perpetual integrity." He did remake Love Affair in 1994, in which he starred alongside Annette Bening and Katharine Hepburn.
This made him ineligible for the draft and any military service.
Beatty started his career making appearances on television shows such as Studio One (1957), Kraft Television Theatre (1957), and Playhouse 90 (1959).
Among his favorite TV shows in the 1950s was the Texaco Star Theatre, and he began to mimic one if its regular host comedians, Milton Berle.
Beatty produced, co-wrote and acted in Shampoo (1975), directed by Hal Ashby, which was nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Original Screenplay, as well as five Golden Globe Awards, including Best Motion Picture and Best Actor.
At age 29, Beatty produced and acted in Bonnie and Clyde, which would be released in 1967.