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NICK NOLTE is one of the most versatile leading players in films today. Demonstrating his wide range as a performer, Nolte has in recent years successfully added to his list of credits such films as Jefferson in Paris, in which he portrayed Thomas Jefferson, Martin Scorsese's thriller Cape of Fear and The Prince of Tides, a performance which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, as well as an Oscar nomination.

Nolte's career was launched by his performance in the landmark television series "Rich Man, Poor Man." Following its success, Nolte starred opposite Jacqueline Bisset in The Deep. Since then, he has appeared in numerous films, including such titles as Blue Chips, The Player, Lorenzo's Oil, Sidney Lumet's Q&A, Martin Scorsese's segment in New York Stories, Three Fugitives, Extreme Prejudice, Down and Out in Beverly Hills and Cannery Row.

More recently, Nolte starred in Afterglow, U-turn and Nightwatch. Nolte will soon be seen in Alan Rudolph's filmed version of Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s The Breakfast of Champions and The Best of Enemies. This year, Nolte starred in Affliction, which was produced through Nolte's Kingsgate Films, with Nolte executive producing, as well as Terence Malick's The Thin Red Line. For his performance in Affliction, Nolte received a Golden Globe nomination and Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.

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