Nat Wolff


Nathaniel Marvin "Nat" Wolff is an American actor, singer-songwriter, composer, keyboardist, and guitarist.

Date of birth

He was born on December 17, 1994.

Family

Wolff was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of jazz pianist Michael Wolff and actress Polly Draper, who starred in the television drama Thirtysomething and her screenwriting The Tic Code. He is the older brother of actor/musician and singer-songwriter Alex Wolff. His maternal grandfather is venture capitalist William Henry Draper III. His father is Jewish, while his mother is from a Christian background; Wolff was brought up with "respect for Jewish traditions."

Early life

When Wolff was young, he put signs on his bedroom door stating: "I want to be a child actor!" At first, his mother refused because she did not want her children exposed to stardom when they were young. As a result, Draper decided to appease Nat by letting him film his own sitcom called Don't Eat Off My Plate.


Education

Details regarding his education have not yet been published.

Love life

His love life is not yet publicly known.

Net worth

Not yet established.

Career 

He gained recognition for composing the music for The Naked Brothers Band (2007–2009), a Nickelodeon television series he starred in with his younger brother Alex that was created by their actress mother Polly Draper.

Wolff's jazz pianist father Michael Wolff co-produced the series' soundtrack albums, The Naked Brothers Band (2007) and I Don't Want to Go to School (2008), both of which ranked the 23rd spot on the Top 200 Billboard Charts.

Following the ending of the Nickelodeon series, Wolff and his brother formed the music duo Nat & Alex Wolff, and they released the album Black Sheep in 2011.

He later became known for his lead role in the film Paper Towns (2015), and other films such as AdmissionBehaving Badly, and Palo Alto, each of which premiered in 2013.

Wolff also co-starred in the highly successful theatrical film, The Fault in Our Stars (2014) before portraying Ed in the film Ashby in 2015. He portrayed Light Turner in the Netflix adaptation of Death Note (2017).

He and his younger brother starred in the 2018 film, Stella's Last Weekend that is written and directed by their mother, who also starred in the film.

In 2020, he portrayed the role of Danny Hollege in Body Cam film.

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Nat Wolff
First Name Nat
Surname Wolff
Born 17th December, 1994
Home City Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Current City