NICK NOLTE - With the ability to masterfully portray a
wide range of roles, Nick Nolte has built an impressive career
in films. He can currently be seen opposite Julie Christie in
Alan Rudolf's "Afterglow," in which he plays a repair
contractor entangled in various marital and romantic dilemmas.
Nolte made his feature film debut in "The Deep" opposite
Jacqueline Bisset, and went on to play a diverse range of characters.
In his early career, he took on the roles of a drugsmuggling
Vietnam veteran in "Who'll Stop The Rain," a disillusioned
football star in "North Dallas Forty" and a reclusive
marine biologist in "Cannery Row."
He went on to play such memorable characters as the philosophical
vagrant in "Down and Out in Beverly Hills, u the tough bumsout
cop in "48 Hours" and the excon fumed playwright
In recent years, Nolte has received critical success with films
such as "The Prince of Tides," in which he starred opposite
Barbra Streisand, and received an Oscar nomination and won the
Golden Globe for Best Actor, "Lorenzo's Oil," costarring
Susan Sarandon, Martin Scorsese's thriller "Cape Fear"
and "Jefferson In Paris."
His other film credits include "Mulholland Falls," "Mother
Night," "Three Fugitives," "I Love Trouble"
with Julia Roberts, "Blue Chips" directed by William
Friedkin and "I'll Do Anything" written and directed
by James L. Brooks.
Nolte will once again be working with director Alan Rudolf on
his next film "Breakfast of Champions."
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