Nick Nolte

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Nick was born under the official name Nolte, Nicholas King on February 8th, 1941. He has been a credited actor since the 1977 film The Deep.

Nick Nolte is among a small handful of elite super star actors with global appeal. He has starred in twelve films including the 1999 comedy film Simpatico as the character Vincent Webb, the 1998 drama movie The Thin Red Line playing Lt. Col. Gordon Tall and the 1997 drama release Affliction cast as Wade Whitehouse.

Nick has made such a successful career in supporting roles, that it actually surpasses most leading actor's careers. He has appeared in twenty-one films including: the 2014 action film Noah as the character Samyaza, the 2013 action movie Parker playing Hurley and the 2011 comedy release Arthur cast as Burt Johnson.

Nick Nolte has earned salaries up to $7,000,000 for his acting. His most commercially successful project to date has been the 2006 adventure film Over the Hedge, which brought in $155,000,000 at the box office.

In 1997 Nick Nolte produced his first movie, the drama film Affliction. Since then he went on to produce the comedy film Investigating Sex in 2002.

Nick is a cultural icon, having been featured on the cover of at least one magazines, captured in more than three pictorials, interviewed in over eight publications and featured in eighteen magazine articles. He has been the subject of at least one book.He has been the subject of at least one biographical film.

As an actor Nick Nolte has been recognized by the Academy of Motion Pictures Art and Sciences on three occasions. His first nomination was for Best Actor In A Leading Role for his portrayal of Tom Wingo in the 1991 film The Prince of Tides. Nick Nolte was also nominated for Best Actor In A Leading Role for his role as Wade Whitehouse in the 1998 movie Affliction and Best Actor In A Supporting Role for his role as Paddy Conlon in the 2011 movie Warrior .


" If you feel you have a film that's valid, you stick your @#$*! on the line.


In 1962, Nolte was given five years probation for selling fake draft cards.
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