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Nick Nolte

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Nick Nolte is an American actor, comedian, producer, and voice artist. His net worth is calculated in $75 million. Nicholas King Nolte was born in Omaha, Nebraska (USA) on February 8th, 1941. He is the son of Helen King and the businessman Frank Nolte.


In his youth in Omaha he excelled in athletic activities, especially in football, obtaining a scholarship to go to study at the University of Arizona in Temple. This trajectory as athlete was truncated when he was expelled because of his mediocre qualifications.

After passing Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher and Phoenix College, Nolte decided to dedicate himself to the theatrical interpretation world, being educated in the Californian Pasadena City College. He later expanded studies in Los Angeles with Stella Adler.


After many stage performances and a wedding in 1966 with actress Sheila Page, Nick began appearing on the small and big screen in the early 1970s. Thus, in television could be seen in many telefilms and in series episodes like “Cannon” or “The Streets of San Francisco”. His first film title, uncredited, was Stan Dragoti’s western “Dirty Little Billy” (1972). Nolte achieved international fame thanks to the TV series “Rich Man, Poor Man” (1976), broadcast co-starring Peter Strauss.


His first starring role in a film was in “Return to Macon County” (1975), an action motion picture directed by Richard Compton. Featuring Don Johnson. Because of “Rich Man, Poor Man,” Nick became a television star, and made his film debut with “The Deep” (1977), an adventure film directed by Peter Yates and co-starring Jacqueline Bisset and Robert Shaw, ” “Who’ll Stop the Rain” (1978), a drama by Karel Reisz that featured the female lead of Tuesday Weld, or “North Dallas Forty” (1979), sports film directed by Ted Kotcheff.

In 1970 he divorced Sheila, and began to maintain a long relationship with Karen Louise Ecklund, that ended in 1977. A year later Nick married the dancer Sharon Haddah.


In the 80’s Nolte partnered with Eddie Murphy in Walter Hill’s hit detective comedy “48 Hrs.” (1982); He also co-starred with Ed Harris, Gene Hackman and Joanna Cassidy “Under Fire” (1983), political thriller directed by Roger Spottiswoode; He was main star along with Richard Dreyfuss, Paul Mazursky’s comedy “Down and Out in Beverly Hills” (1986); as well he starred in “New York Stories” (1989) starring the episode Martin Scorsese’s episode.


From the 90’s, his talent as an interpreter was recognized by his comrades, who nominated him to the Oscar as best actor for “The Prince of Tides” (1991), film directed and co-starred by Barbra Streisand. The award went to Anthony Hopkins for “The Silence of the Lambs”. Nolte won the Golden Globe, an award to which he had previously been nominated for “Weeds” (1987).

Other titles of interest shot in the last years of his extensive career by Nick Nolte, who has maintained a well-known addiction to drugs and alcohol throughout his life, were the remake “Cape Fear” (1991) Martin Scorsese, “Afterglow” (1997), drama directed by Alan Rudolph.

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Nick Nolte

Actor, Producer, Comedian, Voice actor
Date of Birth
Feb 08, 1941(83 years old)
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