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Nick Nolte

Nicholas King Nolte (born February 8, 1941) is an American model, actor, and producer. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. His father, Frank Nolte, was an itinerant irrigation pump salesman. His father was also an All-American candidate at Iowa State in 1934. His mother, Helen Nolte, was a department store buyer.

His paternal grandfather was a German farmer with farm in Iowa. His maternal grandfather did agricultural research at Iowa State University, invented the hollow-tile silo and was prominent in early aviation. His maternal grandmother ran the student union at Iowa State University

He attended high school at Benson High School and Westside High School, both in Omaha. He attended Arizona State University on a football scholarship. He also attended Eastern Arizona College, in Thatcher, Arizona and Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona. He eventually dropped out due to unsatisfactory grades. He then started his career in theatre. He attended the Pasadena Playhouse and Stella Adler's Academy in Los Angeles. After training, Nolte spent years travelling the country and working in regional theaters. In 1962, Nolte was given five years probation for selling fake draft cards.

He has a lengthy screen career, including parts in B-movies and television films. Nolte was starred in over 40 films playing a wide variety of characters. Diversity of character is Nolte's signature of his film career. He is known for his trademark athleticism and gravel-voiced characters. According to a written note owned by Richard Donner Nolte was first choice to play Superman in the 1978 film.

Nolte has been a heavy drinker. Katharine Hepburn remarked about him falling down drunk in every gutter in town, to which Nolte replied, "I've got a few to go yet." He has been working on achieving sobriety since 1990. Nolte had a drug problem, but a subsequent rehabilitation helped his career. He received help at the Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut after being arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in Malibu, CA. Tests showed the influence of GHB. He still smokes cigarettes. Nick is staying youthful by a regiment of vitamins and eating organic food only.

He has been involved with Shelia Page, Karen Louise Eklund, Sharyn Haddad, Debra Winger, Vicki Lewis, and Rebecca Linger. He is currently divorced. Nolte has an older sister, Nancy, who is the executive for Red Cross. Nolte had a son with Rebecca Linger, Brawley King Nolte. The son is an actor.

Nick Nolte currently resides in Malibu, California.

Quotes

"Early on in my film career, when I started getting interviewed, I decided I was going to lie to the press, since I didn't think I had anything to say that was really of value. Over the years, I've just lied about a lot of things...I've sometimes found it a little difficult to know who I am. And when the media insisted on finding out, I just flat-out told a lot of different stories. When I did North Dallas Forty, I invented this history that I'd played college football. One year, I told some reporter that my first wife, who I had recently divorced, had been a high-wire performer in the circus. It ended up in a national magazine. She called me up and said, "Nick, why would you say a thing like that?"
- Nick Nolte
"Oh, the Wild Man. Yeah. I might have cultivated that for awhile. It doesn't necessarily make good press, but it gives them something to go by."
- Nick Nolte

Awards

1991 - Los Angeles Film Critics Association: Best Actor, The Prince of Tides
1991 - Golden Globe: Best Actor in a Motion Picture (Drama), The Prince of Tides
1992 - Chosen as People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive
1998 - New York Film Critics Circle - Best Actor, Affliction
1998 - National Society of Film Critics - Best Actor, Affliction

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Nick Nolte currently resides in Malibu, California.
. The son is an actor. Through the use of computer graphics, footage of him as a young man was integrated into the 2004 film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow in which Olivier "played" the villain. Nolte had a son with Rebecca Linger, Brawley King Nolte. Fifteen years after his death, Olivier once again received star billing in a movie. Nolte has an older sister, Nancy, who is the executive for Red Cross. The Laurence Olivier Awards, organised by The Society of London Theatre, were renamed in his honour in 1984.

He is currently divorced. Lord Olivier is interred in Westminster Abbey, London, England. He has been involved with Shelia Page, Karen Louise Eklund, Sharyn Haddad, Debra Winger, Vicki Lewis, and Rebecca Linger. He died in Steyning, West Sussex, England, from complications of a neuromuscular disorder and cancer at the age of 82. Nick is staying youthful by a regiment of vitamins and eating organic food only. As a result between 1973 and 1986 when his health gave out he did many films and TV specials on a 'paycheck' basis on the condition that he would not have to promote the film on release. He still smokes cigarettes. After the opening of the National Theatre Olivier became concerned that he had not done enough to provide for his family after he died.

Tests showed the influence of GHB. He was created a Knight Bachelor in 1947, and a life peer in 1970 (the first actor to be accorded this distinction) as Baron Olivier, of Brighton in the County of Sussex, and was admitted to the Order of Merit in 1981. He received help at the Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut after being arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in Malibu, CA. He won both Best Actor and Best Picture (as the producer) for Hamlet in 1949, and two honorary Oscars (1947, for Henry V; 1979). Nolte had a drug problem, but a subsequent rehabilitation helped his career. Among his honours are 10 Oscar nominations. Katharine Hepburn remarked about him falling down drunk in every gutter in town, to which Nolte replied, "I've got a few to go yet." He has been working on achieving sobriety since 1990. In his book "Melting the Stone: A Journey Around My Father", Olivier and Plowright's son, Richard, described Laurence as being more interested in his work than in his children, and would actually become depressed when he didn't have a job.

Nolte has been a heavy drinker. He was reportedly also intimate with playwright Noel Coward. According to a written note owned by Richard Donner Nolte was first choice to play Superman in the 1978 film. Danny Kaye was attached to Larry far earlier than I," poking fun at Spoto's claim that Kaye and Olivier were lovers. He is known for his trademark athleticism and gravel-voiced characters. Plowright said "I have always resented the comments that it was I who was the homewrecker of Larry's marriage to Vivien Leigh. Diversity of character is Nolte's signature of his film career. Leigh named Plowright as co-respondent in her divorce, also on grounds of adultery.

He has a lengthy screen career, including parts in B-movies and television films. Nolte was starred in over 40 films playing a wide variety of characters. Esmond named Leigh as co-respondent in her divorce on grounds of adultery. In 1962, Nolte was given five years probation for selling fake draft cards. Olivier married Joan Plowright on March 17, 1961. After training, Nolte spent years travelling the country and working in regional theaters. They were divorced on December 2, 1960. He attended the Pasadena Playhouse and Stella Adler's Academy in Los Angeles. Finally divorced by their respective spouses, they married on August 31, 1940 at San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara, with Katharine Hepburn as the maid of honour.

He then started his career in theatre. By 1938, he had embarked on a torrid affair with Vivien Leigh, who was also married. He eventually dropped out due to unsatisfactory grades. On July 25, 1930, he married Jill Esmond, whom Olivier biographer Donald Spoto described as "a diffident lesbian." They had one son, Tarquin, and were divorced on January 29, 1940. He also attended Eastern Arizona College, in Thatcher, Arizona and Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona. He was founding director (1962-1973) of the National Theatre of Great Britain for which he recieved his peerage. He attended Arizona State University on a football scholarship. His film breakthrough was his portrayal of Heathcliff in Wuthering Heights in 1939.

He attended high school at Benson High School and Westside High School, both in Omaha. His stage breakthrough was in Noel Coward's Private Lives (in 1930), and in Romeo and Juliet (in 1935) alternating the roles of Romeo and Mercutio with John Gielgud. His maternal grandmother ran the student union at Iowa State University. It was his father, a clergyman, who decided that Laurence - or Kim as the family called him - would become an actor. His maternal grandfather did agricultural research at Iowa State University, invented the hollow-tile silo and was prominent in early aviation. He attended the Central School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art. His paternal grandfather was a German farmer with farm in Iowa. Laurence Olivier was born in Dorking, Surrey.

His mother, Helen Nolte, was a department store buyer. Laurence Kerr Olivier, Baron Olivier, OM (May 22, 1907 - July 11, 1989) was an English actor and director, esteemed by many as the greatest actor of the 20th century. His father was also an All-American candidate at Iowa State in 1934. Lost Empires - 1986. His father, Frank Nolte, was an itinerant irrigation pump salesman. Peter the Great - 1986. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. The Ebony Tower - 1984.

Nicholas King Nolte (born February 8, 1941) is an American model, actor, and producer. The Last Days of Pompeii - 1984. King Lear - 1984. A Talent for Murder - 1984. Wagner - 1983.

Johnson - 1983. Halpern and Mr. Mr. A Voyage Round My Father - 1982.

Brideshead Revisited - 1981. Daphne Laureola - 1978. Come Back, Little Sheba - 1977. Jesus of Nazareth - 1977.

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - 1976. The Collection - 1976. Love Among the Ruins - 1975. The World At War - 1974.

The Merchant of Venice - 1973. Long Day's Journey Into Night - 1973. David Copperfield - 1969. Male of the Species - 1969.

The Power and the Glory - 1961. The Moon and Sixpence - 1959. John Gabriel Borkman - 1958. Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow - 2004 (via computer-manipulated stock footage).

War Requiem - 1989. Wild Geese II - 1985. The Bounty - 1984. The Jigsaw Man - 1983.

Clash of the Titans - 1981. Inchon - 1981. The Jazz Singer - 1980. Dracula - 1979.

A Little Romance - 1979. The Boys from Brazil - 1978 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. The Betsy - 1978. A Bridge Too Far - 1977.

The Seven-Per-Cent Solution - 1976. Marathon Man - 1976 - Oscar nomination: Best Supporting Actor. The Rehearsal - 1974. Lady Caroline Lamb - 1972.

Sleuth - 1972 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. Nicholas and Alexandra - 1971. Three Sisters - 1970. Battle of Britain - 1969.

The Dance of Death - 1969. Oh! What a Lovely War - 1969. The Shoes of the Fisherman - 1968. Romeo and Juliet - 1968.

Khartoum - 1966. Othello - 1965 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. Bunny Lake Is Missing - 1965. Uncle Vanya - 1963.

Term of Trial - 1962. Spartacus - 1960. The Entertainer - 1960 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. The Devil's Disciple - 1959.

The Prince and the Showgirl - 1957. Richard III - 1955 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. The Beggar's Opera - 1953. Carrie - 1952.

The Magic Box - 1951. Hamlet - 1948 - 2 Oscars: Best Actor, Best Picture; also nominated for Best Director. The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fifth with his Battell at Agincourt in France - 1944 - 2 Oscar nominations: Best Actor, Best Picture (also Academy Honorary Award). This Happy Breed - 1944.

The Demi-Paradise - 1943. Forty-Ninth Parallel - 1941. That Hamilton Woman - 1941. Pride and Prejudice - 1940.

21 Days - 1940. Rebecca - 1940 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. Wuthering Heights - 1939 - Oscar nomination: Best Actor. Q Planes - 1939.

The Divorce of Lady X - 1938. Fire Over England - 1937. As You Like It - 1936. Conquest of the Air - 1936.

Moscow Nights - 1936. No Funny Business - 1933. Perfect Understanding - 1933. Westward Passage - 1932.

Potiphar's Wife - 1931. The Yellow Ticket - 1931. Friends and Lovers - 1931. Too Many Crooks - 1930.

The Temporary Widow - 1930. Filumena - 1980 (director). Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead - 1967-8 (producer, director). The Tumbler - 1960 (director).

Venus Observed - 1952 (producer and director). Romeo and Juliet - 1940 (also acted, composed, produced, and designed). Romeo and Juliet - 1940 (also producer, composer, director, and designer). Venus Observed - 1952 (producer and director).

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead - 1967-8 (producer, director). Antony and Cleopatra - 1952 (also acted). Daphne Laureola - 1950 (producer). Romeo and Juliet - 1940 (also acted, composed, directed, and designed).

Becket - 1960-1. The Entertainer - 1958. Antony and Cleopatra - 1952 (also producer). The Critic - 1946.

Oedipus Rex - 1946. Uncle Vanya - 1946. King Henry IV, Part II - 1946. King Henry IV, Part I - 1946.

Romeo and Juliet - 1940 (also producer, composer, director, and designer). No Time for Comedy - 1939. The Green Bay Tree - 1933. Private Lives - 1931.

Murder on the Second Floor - 1929. Time (as hologram) - 1986. Tribute to the Lady - 1974. The Party - 1973.

Saturday, Sunday, Monday - 1973. Long Day's Journey Into Night - 1971. The Merchant of Venice - 1970. Home and Beauty - 1969.

A Flea in her Ear - 1967. The Dance of Death - 1967. Love for Love - 1965. The Master Builder - 1964.

Othello - 1964. The Recruiting Officer - 1963. Uncle Vanya - 1963. Semi-Detached - 1962.

Rhinoceros - 1960. Titus Andronicus - 1957. The Entertainer - 1957. The Sleeping Prince - 1953.

The Sid Field Tribute - 1951. Antony and Cleopatra - 1951. Caesar and Cleopatra - 1951. Venus Observed - 1950.

Antigone - 1949. Richard III - 1949. The School for Scandal - 1949. King Lear - 1946.

Oedipus & The Critic - 1945. Henry IV Part 2 - 1945. Henry IV Part 1 - 1945. Uncle Vanya - 1945.

Richard III - 1944. Arms and the Man - 1944. Peer Gynt - 1944. Elsie Fogerty Jubilee Matine - 1942.

Henry V (scene) - 1942. Here's To Our Enterprise - 1938. Coriolanus - 1938. The King of Nowhere - 1938.

Othello -1938. Macbeth - 1937. Henry V - 1937. Twelfth Night - 1937.

Hamlet - 1937. Bees on the Boatdeck - 1936. Romeo and Juliet - 1935. Golden Arrow - 1935.

The Down and Outs Matinee - 1935. Notices (sketch) - 1935. November Afternoon (sketch) - 1935. Ringmaster - 1935.

The Winning Post - 1934. November Afternoon (sketch) - 1934. A Kiss for Cinderella - 1934. Journey's End - 1934.

Theatre Royal - 1934. Queen of Scots - 1934. Biography - 1934. The Rats of Norway - 1931.

Some Other Private Lives (sketch) 1930. Private Lives -1930. After All - 1930. 100 Not Out (sketch) 1930.

The Last Enemy - 1929. The Stranger Within - 1929. Paris Bound - 1929. The Circle of Chalk - 1929.

Prize Giving at Woodside House School (sketch) - 1929. Beau Geste - 1929. Journey's End - 1928. The Dark Path - 1928.

Paul Among The Jews - 1928. Bird in Hand - 1928. The Taming of the Shrew - 1928. Harold - 1928.

Back to Methuselah - 1928. Macbeth - 1928. The Adding Machine - 1928. The Song - 1926.

The Merchant of Venice - 1926. The Marvellous History of Saint Bernard - 1926. The Cenci - 1926. Oedipus Tyrannus - 1926.

Henry VIII - 1925. Henry IV Part 2 - 1925. The Merry Wives of Windsor - 1924.

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