Nat Wolff, born on December 17, 1994, started his career as an actor with a minor role in his mother’s play “Getting Into Heaven.” He has quickly become an overall force to reckon with in the entertainment industry. He attained recognition for the musical comedy “The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie” and contributed immensely to making the Netflix movie “Death Note” a massive success. Join us as we celebrate his special day.
Nathaniel Marvin Wolff
December 17, 1994
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Nathaniel Marvin Wolff, also known as Nat Wolff, is a household name in the entertainment industry. His singing talent and charming looks have won the hearts of millions worldwide. He was born on December 17, 1994, in Los Angeles, California. He is of mixed ethnicity. He’s the son of Michael Wolff and Polly Draper. He was raised with a younger brother, Alex, a musician and songwriter. Nat started his career quite early on. At the age of five, he started writing his own songs and formed a band called The Silver Boulders with his best friends. On his birthday, Nat raised over $46,000 for the children of the New York firefighters squad who were involved in the 9/11 attack, by performing his composition, ‘Firefighters.’ In 2003, Nat began his acting career with a minor role in his mother’s play “Getting Into Heaven” and in 2004 he featured in the off-Broadway production “Heartbeat to Baghdad” at the Flea Theater.
He gained recognition starring in and contributing to the musical comedy “The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie,” directed by his mother. He received awards for composing the series’ music; he earned two nominations for the Young Artist Award. He wrote the ‘Crazy Car’ song at the age of six, which went on to hit #83 on the top 100 Billboard chart, making him the youngest person to ever compose a charting song. He composed the song ‘Yes We Can’ for President Barack Obama in 2009. In 2010, Wolff was featured in the play “What Would Woody Do?” at the Flea Theater, a play created by his brother. Wolff then starred in the Nickelodeon T.V. special “Mr. Troop Mom”. He also had a small role in the 2011 romantic comedy “New Year’s Eve.” In 2013, Wolff featured in “Admission” and starred in “Behaving Badly,” a comedy movie in 2014. He went on to win two Teen Choice Awards in the same role-playing. He landed a lead role playing the character of Quentin “Q” Jacobsen in the movie “Paper Towns,” an adaptation of the John Green novel. In 2017, Wolff landed a role in the movie “Death Note,” a Netflix film based on a manga series of the same name. He also featured in “Home Again,” a romantic comedy film. In 2019, he appeared in “Good Posture,” directed by Dolly Wells, and also featured in “Mortal” in 2020, directed by André Øvredal.
Nat Wolff is currently single. He was previously in a relationship with Bella Thorne, but they broke up. He began dating Miranda Cosgrove in 2009. His relationship with Cosgrove ended in 2011. He entered yet another romantic relationship with Margaret Qualley in 2012, which unfortunately broke in 2014. In 2015, there were rumors about him dating Ashley Benson and Suki Waterhouse. However, there still isn’t any proof that he is in a relationship as of 2022.
He begins his acting career as he lands a minor role in his mother's play "Getting Into Heaven."
He features in the off-Broadway production "Heartbeat to Baghdad" at the Flea Theater.
He composes ‘Yes We Can’ in honor of President Barack Obama, which earned him a phone call from the president.
He lands a lead role playing the character of "Q" Jacobsen in the movie “Paper Towns,” an adaptation of the John Green novel.
Why We Love Nat Wolff
He is outspoken about his political views
Wolff and his brother Alex use their platform to bring attention to the causes that matter to them. They also make their political positions very clear.
He is good at what he does
Wolff has demonstrated great talent and skill in various entertainment industries. He has earned several awards as a result of his hard work.
He’s a Beatles fan
Wolff has been a big fan of the Beatles' music. He most especially loves the work of Paul McCartney.
5 Surprising Facts
He doesn’t have a personal social media
He is active on social media, but he shares the account with his brother, Alex.
He could’ve been Spider-Man
He was considered for Spider-Man in “Captain America: Civil War” and in the subsequent films, but the role was given to Tom Holland.
He is obsessed with movies
He has admitted in an interview that he watches movies obsessively; he said he sees it as highly educational.
He started acting in the theater
He started his acting career when he was cast in "Getting Into Heaven," an off-Broadway production at the Flea Theater.
He enjoys complex characters
He loves taking on challenges and he sees playing complex characters as the biggest challenge.
Nat Wolff FAQs
Are Alex and Nat Wolff twins?
Nat and Alex are not twins.
Do Nat and Alex Wolff have the same parents?
Nat and Alex have the same parents: Micheal Wolff and Polly Draper.
What is Nat Wolff doing now?
Nat Wolff has a flourishing acting career.
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