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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. In an Entertainment Weekly interview, Reubens said he is currently working on a few television and movie ideas, and that Hollywood, he hopes, has not seen the last of Reubens or his alter-ego, Pee-wee. The son is an actor. On March 22, 2004, child pornography charges against him were dropped after he pleaded guilty to a "separate misdemeanor obscenity charge.". Nolte had a son with Rebecca Linger, Brawley King Nolte. Public news stories concerning his case cast doubt upon the suggestion that Reubens intentionally acquired child pornography, as he stated that he was a collector of "erotic artwork" and he had a sizable collection with samples dating back to the 18th century. Nolte has an older sister, Nancy, who is the executive for Red Cross. Reubens was recently arrested (2002) in connection to an investigation involving child pornography and actor Jeffrey Jones, though these charges are pending as his case has not come to trial.

He is currently divorced. In 2001, Reubens announced plans for bringing Pee-wee Herman back for another film or two. He has been involved with Shelia Page, Karen Louise Eklund, Sharyn Haddad, Debra Winger, Vicki Lewis, and Rebecca Linger. Reubens has been a member of the Church of the SubGenius since 1981, though the Church has stated that he still owes them $10 in membership fees. Nick is staying youthful by a regiment of vitamins and eating organic food only. He also hosted a short-lived TV game show based on the popular computer game You Don't Know Jack. He still smokes cigarettes. Reubens continues to appear in film and on television, with appearances in Batman Returns, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Everybody Loves Raymond, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Murphy Brown, Mystery Men, and Blow.

Tests showed the influence of GHB. Reubens appeared as Pee-wee for the last time in the 1991 MTV Video Music Awards, where he was given a standing ovation. Pee-Wee asked the audience, "Heard any good jokes lately?". He received help at the Silver Hill Hospital in Connecticut after being arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in Malibu, CA. Reubens made a deal with the Sarasota County court: in exchange for a fine and a few public service announcements, Reubens was given a clean record. Nolte had a drug problem, but a subsequent rehabilitation helped his career. The news media went into a frenzy and the scandal marked the near death of the character "Pee-wee Herman." Although the series "Pee-wee's Playhouse" had already ended by that time, CBS dropped the reruns of Pee-wee's Playhouse from their lineup. 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. On July 26, 1991, Reubens was arrested in Sarasota, Florida for allegedly exposing himself in an X-rated adult movie theater.

Nolte has been a heavy drinker. In 1988, Reubens reprised the role of Pee-wee Herman in a sequel to Pee-wee's Big Adventure, titled Big Top Pee-wee. According to a written note owned by Richard Donner Nolte was first choice to play Superman in the 1978 film. "Pee-wee" was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He is known for his trademark athleticism and gravel-voiced characters. The show was enormously popular with children, as well as young adults who often partied all night and remained awake through the morning specifically to view the program. Diversity of character is Nolte's signature of his film career. The show starred Pee-wee living in a wild and wacky house, full of talking chairs, animals, robots, and other puppet and human characters.

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. The following year, Pee-wee (along with Hartman) found a home on the small screen with the Saturday morning children's program Pee-wee's Playhouse on the American CBS network. In 1962, Nolte was given five years probation for selling fake draft cards. Hartman and Reubens co-wrote the script for Pee-wee's Big Adventure and in 1985 the film was directed by Tim Burton. After training, Nolte spent years travelling the country and working in regional theaters. presented him with a refurbished 1940s Schwinn; Reubens then abandoned the Pee-wee Herman script he was writing in favor of one about Herman's love for his bike and his efforts to locate it once it's stolen. He attended the Pasadena Playhouse and Stella Adler's Academy in Los Angeles. Warner Bros.

He then started his career in theatre. set, Reubens noticed that most of the people rode around on bicycles, and asked when he would get his. He eventually dropped out due to unsatisfactory grades. While on a Warner Bros. He also attended Eastern Arizona College, in Thatcher, Arizona and Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona. He also appeared in Cheech and Chong's Nice Dreams in 1981, and Meatballs Part II in 1984 with Misty Rowe. He attended Arizona State University on a football scholarship. In 1980, Reubens landed a small role in the film, The Blues Brothers.

He attended high school at Benson High School and Westside High School, both in Omaha. His stage show was immortalized by HBO when The Pee-wee Herman Show was aired in 1981. His maternal grandmother ran the student union at Iowa State University. Originally, Reubens imbued "Pee-wee" with a sexuality that was later toned down as the character made the transition from raucous night club to children's television. His maternal grandfather did agricultural research at Iowa State University, invented the hollow-tile silo and was prominent in early aviation. Instead, he started a stage show with the Herman character. His paternal grandfather was a German farmer with farm in Iowa. Reubens auditioned for Saturday Night Live the season that Eddie Murphy started, but wasn't accepted into the cast.

His mother, Helen Nolte, was a department store buyer. Pee-wee was an eccentric man-child with a perpetually giddy disposition. His father was also an All-American candidate at Iowa State in 1934. He also forged a significant friendship and working relationship with Hartman, with whom he developed the "Pee-wee Herman" character. His father, Frank Nolte, was an itinerant irrigation pump salesman. Reubens wrote sketches and developed his improvisational skills. He was born in Omaha, Nebraska. He soon joined the L.A.-based improvisational comedy team The Groundlings for 6 years, working with Bob Mc Clurg, John Paragon, Susan Barnes, and Phil Hartman.

Nicholas King Nolte (born February 8, 1941) is an American model, actor, and producer. In the 1970s, Reubens performed at local comedy clubs and made four guest appearances on The Gong Show. Paul Reubens (born Paul Rubenfeld on August 27, 1952, in Peekskill, New York), is an American actor, writer, and comedian, best known professionally for his character "Pee-wee Herman".

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