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Nick Nolte is known as an American actor, producer, and author. He is most famous for his roles in 48 Hrs., Graves, and Angel Has Fallen.

Background and Age

Nicholas King Nolte was born on February 8, 1941 in Omaha, NE. Nolte spent quite a bit of his youth moving from town to town with his family. Eventually, they settled back in his local Omaha, Nebraska, where he was dynamic in high school sports. He went to Arizona State University on a football scholarship yet failed out after one semester. Nolte proceeded to go to a few unique schools, however, he never earned a degree. In the mid-1960s, he arrived in California and took difficult work in Los Angeles. It was about this time he initially got intrigued by theater, and he started his stage career at the Pasadena Playhouse. In 1963 he joined a performance center gathering in Phoenix. For the following decade, Nolte performed with repertory organizations, going all through the United States.

Marriage, Wife, and Kids

Nolte has been married multiple times in his career. He was recently married to Sheila Page. They were married from November 1966 to 1970. From May 1978 to February 1984, he was married to Sharyn Haddad. He was also married to Rebecca Linger from February 1984 to 1994. The pair has one youngster from this marriage, Brawley Nolte. He has also dated Karen Louise Ecklund, Jacqueline Bisset, Kate Jackson, Debra Winger, and Vicki Lewis.

Nolte is as of now married to actress Clytie Lane. They have a little girl from this marriage, Sophie Lane. The pair got married in September 2016.

Career and Net Worth

In 1973 Nolte came back to Los Angeles with playwright William Inge's The Last Pad in the wake of completing a fruitful run of the play in Phoenix. The production gathered incredible praise, and Nolte was before long offered roles on-screen. After a string of little parts in TV series and made-for-TV motion pictures, he made his previously attributed big-screen appearance in Return to Macon County (1975), a film about racing that was the continuation of Macon County Line (1974). While the film was by and large panned by pundits, Nolte earned some commendation for his acting aptitudes. He got his next large break in 1976, when he featured as revolutionary Tom Jordache in the TV miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man. Nolte's heartfelt depiction of the dejected fighter won him basic recognition and push him into the spotlight.

In December 2019, The Mandalorian was released on Disney + to rave surveys. Nolte stars on the show as Kuiil.

Date modified: May 14, 2020
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