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Nat Wolff net worth:
$3 Million

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Nat Wolff Net Worth $3 Million Dollars

Nat Wolff was born in Los Angeles, California, and grew up in New York City. He started to teach himself how to play the piano when he was four years-old, and was writing his own tunes by age five. He began his first band in elementary school. He first rose to national recognition in the film, “The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie”. The film won numerous honors at film festivals, and was eventually purchased by Nick, who turned it into a show. As well as appearing on the show, Nat Wolff also wrote music and lyrics for the series. His tune, “Crazy Car”, written when he was six, reached #23 on the Billboard Hot 200.

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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015CinemaCon AwardCinemaCon, USARising Star· Cara Delevingne
2014Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Movie: Scene StealerThe Fault in Our Stars (2014)
2014Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Movie: ChemistryThe Fault in Our Stars (2014)· Shailene Woodley
· Ansel Elgort
2007BMI Cable AwardBMI Film & TV AwardsThe Naked Brothers Band (2007)· Alex Wolff (music by/lyrics by/performer)
· Michael Wolff (music producer/music supervisor)
2005Audience AwardHamptons International Film FestivalFamily Feature FilmThe Naked Brothers Band: The Movie (2005)· Polly Draper
· Alex Wolff
· David Levi (david julian levi)
· Joshua Kaye
· Thomas Batuello

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Summer Movie Star: MalePaper Towns (2015)
2014Halfway AwardInternational Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)Best Supporting ActorPalo Alto (2013)
2014Young Hollywood AwardYoung Hollywood AwardsBreakthrough Actor
2010Young Artist AwardYoung Artist AwardsBest Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young ActorThe Naked Brothers Band (2007)
2009Blimp AwardKids' Choice Awards, USAFavorite Television ActorThe Naked Brothers Band (2007)
2009Young Artist AwardYoung Artist AwardsBest Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young ActorThe Naked Brothers Band (2007)
2008Young Artist AwardYoung Artist AwardsBest Young Ensemble Performance in a TV SeriesThe Naked Brothers Band (2007)· Alex Wolff (starring/music written and performed by)
· Thomas Batuello (ensemble cast)
· Allie DiMeco (ensemble cast)
· David Levi (ensemble cast)
· Qaasim Middleton (ensemble cast)
· Cooper Pillot (ensemble cast)

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1His favorite movie is Taxi Driver (1976).
2Through his mother, Nat is a descendant of Francis Cooke (c. 1583-1663), a Mayflower passenger, and captain Joseph Weld (1599-1646), one of the founders of the prominent Weld family of Massachusetts. Among Joseph Weld's other descendants are 68th Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld and actress Tuesday Weld.
3On his father's side, he is the grandson of Marvin Lee Wolff, a doctor, and Lise Bertha Silverman, a social worker. On his mother's side, he is the grandson of William Henry Draper III, a venture capitalist who headed the United Nations Development Programme, and Phyllis Culbertson, a Peace Corps administrator. His maternal great-grandfather, William Henry Draper II, was a banker, diplomat, and army officer.
4His father is of Russian Jewish, Polish Jewish, and German Jewish descent. His mother has English, German, some Scottish, 1/256 Portuguese, and distant French, Jersey (Channel Islander), and Welsh, ancestry. Nat's paternal grandparents were from Shelby, Mississippi and New Orleans, Louisiana, respectively, while Nat's maternal grandparents were born in New York.
5Member and band leader of Naked Brothers Band.
6Favorite baseball team is the New York Yankees.
7Favorite basketball team is the Los Angeles Lakers.
8He is a Sagittarius.
9Favorite hobby is playing piano.
10His favorite football team is the New York Giants.
11His favorite sport is basketball.
12Jesse Draper from the The Naked Brothers Band (2007) is Nat's real-life cousin.
13Nat has been writing songs since the age of 5.
14Nat occasionally plays the guitar.
15He and his family live in New York.
16Nat composes songs for The Naked Brothers Band (2007).
17David Levi, a cast member on The Naked Brothers Band (2007), has known Nat since they were about 4 years old.
18Has written over 170 songs.
19Nat is a regular at the Improv Comedy Club.
20"Rosalina" was originally called "Firefighters," which was a song dedicated to 9-11.
21He wrote, directed, and produced a short film titled "Don't Eat off My Plate" starring his parents in the summer of 2005.
22The first song he wrote was titled "Momma Don't Let Me Cry".
23He grew up attending private school in New York City.
24Son of Polly Draper and Michael Wolff.
25Brother of Alex Wolff.

1I'm a huge Nirvana fan.
2There's no master plan; I'm just going with what I'm inspired to do and what I get asked to do, and luckily the things I've been the most passionate about, I've gotten to do. And a lot of times I've gone up for movies that I didn't really care that much about, and I never got that.
3Paul McCartney and The Beatles in general are my idols. And I love Sting. I got to meet Sting. That was really cool. Dustin Hoffman is my favorite actor. Also, I think of Magic Johnson as an idol.
4I can play a bunch of instruments but drums? My brother's a drummer and I've always been jealous that he's such a good drummer. I always try to play but it's always kinda just bashing. I can keep time but no one really wants to hear me play drums.
5I have learned a lot from jazz. I compare good acting to jazz music. The more you study and prepare as an actor, the more equipped you are to live in the moment. Just like the gifted musicians in my dad's quartet, it takes a courageous actor to be free.
6Paul Rudd is too perfect. He's super talented, super nice and super calm. I just think he's a robot.
7I would not describe myself as an avid jazz fan and I am not a jazz musician myself. However, that is not to say that jazz does not play a vital and important role in my life.
8Now, everybody knows my music. So that's really cool. A lot of kids know it. Now, when I go to a sports game, everybody knows my name.
9I think Paul Weitz is a really amazing director, obviously with tons of acclaim and stuff, but I still think he is underrated. And I think he's amazing to work with, so I was super lucky.
10It's just become such a business, getting into college. I see that a lot in my friends, their parents were so on top of them about getting into an Ivy League school since they were so young, they were just drilled and drilled and drilled, to the point that they just don't know why they want to go.
11I had parents in the business and they made sure that the art was the biggest concern.
12If I'm not doing anything, I get really antsy and bored.
13I love James Taylor, Jeff Buckley, Elliott Smith and Nine Inch Nails.
14Jazz is a constant theme in my life. My father is a jazz pianist, and from an early age I have been surrounded by it.
15I've been playing my instrument since I was about three or four. That's when I started banging around on the piano, trying to be like The Beatles.
16I've been kind of lucky. I've always just kind of followed whatever my passion was, and that seems to have led me to better places than if I had followed some career trajectory, which I wouldn't even know how to start.
17When romance is done well in a movie, it's awesome.
18Jazz is smooth and cool. Jazz is rage. Jazz flows like water. Jazz never seems to begin or end. Jazz isn't methodical, but jazz isn't messy either. Jazz is a conversation, a give and take. Jazz is the connection and communication between musicians. Jazz is abandon.
19I think as long as I have a creative outlet, I'm happy.
20It's jarring to go from one amazing experience to another that feels ordinary. I don't quite know how to explain it. You see the uniqueness of what you've been doing, and disassociating yourself from it and going back to the 'normal' life is tough.
21I think music is my favorite thing to do, but I go through periods where I think differently.
22Every single movie I go up for I'm just checking the phone to see if the e-mail's come in, to see if I got the part yet, which makes me more anxious.
23I have very weirdly realistic dreams where it could be real life, except it's not.
24'Holes' was my favorite book ever. So you know when you love a book and you hear it's being made into a movie and it makes you a little annoyed at first? But I would've loved to play the Shia LaBeouf role in that movie when I was younger. I just wanted to be the rebellious kid on the old digging camp.
25I feel like all the parts are seniors in high school and seventh graders, and I think I kinda skipped that awkward stage by not working those years.

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