Nat Wolff Biography
Nat Wolff ( Nathaniel Marvin Wolff) is an American actor, musician, and singer-songwriter known for composing the music for The Naked Brothers Band (2007-2009). He won the 2017 BMI Cable Award.
Nat Wolff Age
He was born on December 17, 1994, in Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Nat Wolff Height
He stands at a height of 1.85 m.
Nat Wolff Family | Parents | Young
His father’s name is Michael Wolff, a jazz pianist and his mother’s name is Polly Draper, an actress and movie director who created the Nickelodeon TV series The Naked Brothers Band. Nathaniel’s younger brother is called Alex Wolff, an actor just like he is, a musician and songwriter.
Nat Wolff And Alex Wolff
Nathaniel and his brother Alex Wolff both star in the Nickelodeon Television series that their mother created called The Naked Brother’s Band. Besides that, they starred in the 2018 film, Stella’s Last Weekend that is written and directed by their mother, who also starred in the film.
Nat Wolff Dating
In 2015, he was romantically involved with Suki Waterhouse. The two were seen together severally attending concerts and having fun. In 2018, he was dating Grace Van Patten and later he dated Miranda Cosgrove. He was rumored to be dating Ashley Benson in 2015 since they were spotted together walking and holding hands after leaving The Wayfarer in New York City. He is dating Sarah Margaret Qualley.
By age five, Wolff had begun composing his own melodies, and when he was in preschool, he built a band called The Silver Boulders with his closest companions. Their dad recounts Nat training himself to play major and minor harmonies on the piano when he was four years of age. Whenever Nat and his more youthful sibling Alex were babies, they emerged from the bath yelling: “We’re the naked brothers’ band!”
He started his acting profession Off-Broadway with a minor role in his mom’s play Getting Into Heaven (2003) and in the Off-Broadway creation of Heartbeat to Baghdad (2004), both at The Flea Theater. He later gained recognition, at nine years old, for featuring in, contributing lead vocals, instrumentation, and verses for the 2005 melodic satire movie The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, which was composed and coordinated by his mom, and acquired the Audience Award for a Family Feature Film at the Hamptons International Film Festival. The series earned him one BMI Cable Award for composing the series’ music.
His unreleased tune “Yes We Can”, to pay tribute to President Barack Obama, was heard by the President and his two daughters who appreciated it and called him. He went on appearing in several films including the Nickelodeon television film special Mr. Troop Mom (2009), the romantic comedy New Year’s Eve(2011), and the independent comedic drama Peace, Love & Misunderstanding (2011).
H won the 2014 Teen Choice Award under the Choice Movie: Scene Stealer and the Choice Movie: Chemistry category and the 2015 CinemaCon Awards under the Rising Star Category.
Nat Wolff Movie
Nat Wolff 2019 | Now
- Good Posture as Jon
- The Kill Team as Adam Winfeld
- Mortal as Eric
- Body Cam as Danny
- Stella’s Last Weekend as Jack
- Rosy as Doug
- Leap! as Victor
- Death Note as Light Turner
- Home Again as Teddy Dorsey
- In Dubious Battle as Jim Nolan
- Grandma as Cam
- Ashby as Ed Wallis
- Paper Towns as Quentin “Q” Jacobsen
- The Intern as Justin
- The Fault in Our Stars as Isaac
- Behaving Badly as Rick Stevens
- Admission as Jeremiah Balakian
- The Last Keepers as Simon
- Palo Alto as Fred
- Stuck in Love Rusty as Borgens
- New Year’s Eve as Walter
- Special Things To Do as Cliff Finley
- Peace, Love & Misunderstanding as Jake Hudson
- The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie Nat Wolff / Himself
Television | Tv Shows
He starred in The Naked Brothers Band from 2007 to 2009 as Nat Wolff/ Himself, the same role he starred with in Mr. Troop Mom (2009) and he starred in Room 104 (2017) as Elder Joseph
Nat Wolff Net Worth
From his career as a great movie actor, he has acquired an estimated net worth of about 3 million dollars.
Nat Wolff Death Note
He stars as Light Turner.
Nat Wolff The Fault In Our Stars
He stars as Isaac.
Nat Wolff Stuck In Love
He stars as Rusty Borgens.
Nat Wolff Paper Towns
He stars as Quentin “Q” Jacobsen. His role earned him a nomination in the Teen Choice Award under the Choice Summer Movie Star: Male category in 2014.