Celebrity Pilots

August 20, 2011 by Post Team 

Celebrity PilotsCelebrity Pilots, Today is National Aviation Day, and what better way to celebrate looking at the famous drivers. Did you know that Tom Cruise was a real pilot, not unlike her role in “Top Gun”? Or Angelina Jolie learned to fly a plane for your child? Read the list below.

Dennis Quaid: He played a pilot in films like “Enemy Mine,” “The Right Stuff” and “Pandorum”. He learned to fly at an early age. It is also a musician and a scratch golfer.

Angelina Jolie: The super-hot espionage action “Salt,” learned to fly an aircraft for the birthday child. Jolie would go to an airfield with his son Maddox to see the planes. One day I made a promise that he would fly to him for his second birthday. And it fulfilled this promise, like any good mother would.

Clint Eastwood: Is it a surprise that this hard and rough Actor / director is a pilot? Eastwood got his license to fly a helicopter to avoid traffic studies.

Tom Cruise – Tom Cruise played a fictional fighter pilot in the movie “Top Gun”. But did you know that is a real pilot? Since its successful aviator film, which has been flying planes since the mid 1990′s. Cruise has chartered a private plane to get food and even his son Conner flying lessons. In the movie “Valkyrie,” Cruise flew the Boeing Stearman 1941.

Harrison Ford has been a pilot since the 1960′s and therefore one has played a good majority of his films. He played a space pilot named Han Solo in the original trilogy of Star Wars. As Indiana Jones that almost always ended in a plane … Indy and hates having to land. On one occasion, to lead an organization for young plane enthusiasts.

James Franco – performance, earning his doctorate, teaching college courses, flying, James Franco can do it all. Franco joined a WWI film “Flyboys.” There was a time before pre-filming and decided to get your license.

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