Nick Nolte is an American actor. He’s since ventured into producing. He started his career in the 1970s as an extra. His first credited role on the big-screen was in the 1974 film Death Sentence while his first starring role was in 1977’s The Deep. In the 1980s, he starred in the movies 48 Hrs., Teachers, Down and Out in Beverly Hills. In 1991, he starred in the film The Prince of Tides, which won him a Golden Globe for Best Actor. He was also nominated for an Academy Award. He later starred in the films Cape Fear, Lorenzo’s Oil, and The Thin Red Line. Later in the 2000s, he had notable performances in The Good Thief Hulk, Hotel Rwanda, and Tropic Thunder, among others. Recently, he starred in 2019’s Angel Has Fallen. He also starred as President Richard Graves in the TV series Graves and had a voice role in Disney+’s The Mandalorian.