Inside George Clooney’s Home

Hosts Charlie Rose and Lara Logan launch "Person to Person" from New York City with a visit to the Los Angeles home of big screen idol George Clooney. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Hosts Charlie Rose and Lara Logan launch "Person to Person" from New York City with a visit to the Los Angeles home of big screen idol George Clooney. (credit: CBS News)
George Clooney had just won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in "The Descendants" when "Person to Person" came to visit. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney George Clooney had just won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in "The Descendants" when "Person to Person" came to visit. (credit: CBS News)
Clooney even opened his refrigerator which was full of juice and salads.  The actor said he wanted to start the new year eating better. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney even opened his refrigerator which was full of juice and salads. The actor said he wanted to start the new year eating better. (credit: CBS News)
The actor bought the house when he was starring in the TV show ER. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney The actor bought the house when he was starring in the TV show ER. (credit: CBS News)
Clooney reacts to getting his microphone adjusted by the "Person to Person" crew.  The actor splits his time between this home and his summer home in Lake Como, Italy. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney reacts to getting his microphone adjusted by the "Person to Person" crew. The actor splits his time between this home and his summer home in Lake Como, Italy. (credit: CBS News)
During the tour, Clooney talked about growing up in Ohio and Kentucky.   His dad was a TV news anchor. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney During the tour, Clooney talked about growing up in Ohio and Kentucky. His dad was a TV news anchor. (credit: CBS News)
The actor talked about wanting to be a baseball player as a kid.  But admitted his position would have most likely been "the bench." (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney The actor talked about wanting to be a baseball player as a kid. But admitted his position would have most likely been "the bench." (credit: CBS News)
Clooney counts these neckties belonging to President John F. Kennedy as some of his most treasured positions. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney counts these neckties belonging to President John F. Kennedy as some of his most treasured positions. (credit: CBS News)
The actor's bar is decorated with "Ocean's Eleven" pictures from both his version and the Frank Sinatra flick. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney The actor's bar is decorated with "Ocean's Eleven" pictures from both his version and the Frank Sinatra flick. (credit: CBS News)
Also on the bar: a personalized bottle of Maker's Mark etched with a picture of the Kentucky-born actor. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Also on the bar: a personalized bottle of Maker's Mark etched with a picture of the Kentucky-born actor. (credit: CBS News)
A model of Mr. Fox, the Clooney-voiced character from the film "The Fantastic Mr. Fox" sit atop the bar. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney A model of Mr. Fox, the Clooney-voiced character from the film "The Fantastic Mr. Fox" sit atop the bar. (credit: CBS News)
Clooney has an interest in journalism inspired by his father's career.  The actor wrote and directed "Good Night, and Good Luck" about Edward R. Murrow because his father admired him.  Murrow was the original host of "Person to Person." (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney has an interest in journalism inspired by his father's career. The actor wrote and directed "Good Night, and Good Luck" about Edward R. Murrow because his father admired him. Murrow was the original host of "Person to Person." (credit: CBS News)
Clooney showed off an autographed photo of himself with network news anchors, from left, Tom Brokaw, Walter Cronkite, Brian Williams, Dan Rather, and Barbara Walters. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney showed off an autographed photo of himself with network news anchors, from left, Tom Brokaw, Walter Cronkite, Brian Williams, Dan Rather, and Barbara Walters. (credit: CBS News)
The actor displays an old record by his aunt, legendary singer Rosemary Clooney.  He says "she was a big, big, big part of our lives." (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney The actor displays an old record by his aunt, legendary singer Rosemary Clooney. He says "she was a big, big, big part of our lives." (credit: CBS News)
Clooney showed off his impressive wine cellar. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney showed off his impressive wine cellar. (credit: CBS News)
Clooney says one of his favorite things to do is watch movies in his screening room. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney says one of his favorite things to do is watch movies in his screening room. (credit: CBS News)
The actor installed a 3D project recently, but wasn't sure he could get used to the glasses. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney The actor installed a 3D project recently, but wasn't sure he could get used to the glasses. (credit: CBS News)
Clooney with his rescue dog, Einstein. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Clooney with his rescue dog, Einstein. (credit: CBS News)
Before Einstein, Clooney had a pet pig for 18 years named Max. (credit: CBS News)
At Home With George Clooney Before Einstein, Clooney had a pet pig for 18 years named Max. (credit: CBS News)

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