Nathaniel Marvin Wolff is an American actor and singer. He was credited with composing the music for The Naked Brothers Band, a Nickelodeon television series that he performed with his brother Alex, created by their mother, actress Polly Draper. The father of jazz pianist Michael Wolff is a co-producer of the series' soundtrack albums The Naked Brothers Band and I Don't Want to Go to School, both No. 23 in the Billboard Charts Top 200. After the Nickelodeon series ended, Wolff and his brother formed the musical duo Nat & Alex Wolff, and they released the Black Sheep album in 2011. He was later known as the lead role in the movie Paper Towns., And other films such as Admission, Behaving Badly and Palo Alto, which premiered in 2013. Wolff also starred in the blockbuster theatrical film The Fault in Our Stars, before playing Ed in the film. Ashby in 2015. He played the role of Light Turner in the Netflix adaption of Death Note.
|Born||Nathaniel Marvin Wolff, December 17, 1994, Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Parent(s)||Michael Wolff, Polly Draper|
|Relatives||Alex Wolff (brother)|
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Actor and singer who first rose to fame as a member of The Naked Brothers Band with his younger brother Alex. He portrayed Isaac in the 2014 film The Fault in Our Stars and Quentin in the 2015 film Paper Towns, both based on novels by John Green.
He wanted to be a child actor from a very young age.
He achieved widespread recognition from his work on the Nickelodeon TV show The Naked Brothers Band. He also starred in Netflix's Death Note.
His mother, Polly Draper, is an accomplished actress who has been nominated for an Emmy Award. His father Michael is a jazz pianist.
He had a small appearance in the film New Year's Eve, which featured many Hollywood stars, including Halle Berry.
- Members of the band Naked Brothers
- Singing American children
Latest information about Nat Wolff updated on June 20 2021.