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NAT WOLFF (Isaac) is defining himself as one of the industry's premier young faces-to-watch. The actor/musician/composer/singer-songwriter was a co-lead in Palo Alto, directed and adapted by Gia Coppola from James Franco's collection of short stories. The film premiered at The Venice Film Festival in August 2013, and Toronto International Film Festival in September 2013. That same year, Wolff starred in the coming-of-age comedy Behaving Badly, opposite teen sensation Selena Gomez.

Wolff appeared in director Josh Boone's Stuck In Love, about an author (Greg Kinnear) who is estranged from his ex-wife (Jennifer Connelly), and coping with the coming-of-age of his teen kids (Wolff and Lily Collins) over the course of one tumultuous year. The film premiered to rave reviews at the 2012 Toronto Film Festival and was purchased by Millennium Entertainment. Wolff's performance was a standout, with IndieWire naming him one of their "10 Faces to Watch."

Previously, he appeared alongside Tina Fey and Paul Rudd in the romantic comedy Admission. Other previous film credits include the rom-com New Year's Eve (2011), Toronto Film Festival comedy-drama Peace, Love and Misunderstanding opposite Jane Fonda, Catherine Keener and Elizabeth Olsen (2011), as well as the TV movie special Mr. Troop Mom (2009).

In 2005, Wolff gained overnight recognition after starring in and providing lead vocals, instrumentation and lyrics for the musical comedy film The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, which garnered the Audience Award for Family Feature Film at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Following the tremendous success of The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, Nickelodeon piloted the spin-off television series The Naked Brothers Band (2007-2009), which earned Wolff a Broadcast Music Incorporated Cable Award for composing the series' music, two Young Artists' nominations, one Kids' Choice Award nomination for Best TV Actor and one Best Band nomination at The Australian Kids Choice Awards.

Wolff's musical talents contributed to the show's two soundtrack albums and the single "Crazy Car," which reached #23 on the Top 200 Billboard Charts. He and his brother later formed a duo band called Nat & Alex Wolff, and released their first studio album, Black Sheep, in 2011.

Wolff currently resides in New York City with his actress-mother, Polly Draper, and jazz pianist-father, Michael Wolff. His hobbies include playing basketball and writing music.


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