Born: December 17, 1994
Date of Birth: December 17, 1994
Born in Los Angeles, California to an actress mother, Polly Draper, and a jazz pianist father Michael Wolff, it's clear where Nat Wolff gets his musical and acting talent. Born Nathaniel Marvin Wolff, he wears the titles of actor, singer/songwriter, pianist and guitarist.
When Nat was younger, he had a sign on his bedroom door saying: “I want to be a child star, Mom!” His mother disapproved the idea of her children being exposed to stardom at a young age, but let him film his own sitcom, titled Don’t Eat Off My Plate.
Nat began writing songs at the age of six and started his first band in pre-school. He started acting off-Broadway in a play written by his mother, followed by another play at the same theater. Alongside his younger brother Alex, he starred on Nickelodeon’s musical comedy series The Naked Brothers Band (2007 to 2009), created and produced by their mother and adapted from her mockumentary film, The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie (2005).
With his star on the rise, Nat played roles in several movies, including the independent comedy-drama Peace, Love & Misunderstanding (2011) starring Kyle MacLachlan and Catherine Keener. In the film, Nat played Keener’s nerdy son, whose time is dedicated to making his first film project. In the comedy-drama Stuck in Love (2012), starring Kristen Bell, Nat played Rusty, a 16-year-old hopeless romantic. In Admission (2013), Nat landed a bigger role alongside Tina Fey and Paul Rudd, playing Rudd’s gifted yet very unconventional student, and Tina Fey’s son, whom she gave up for adoption. He played a supporting role in The Fault in Our Stars (2014) and starred alongside Cara Delevingne in Paper Towns (2015). He also played a starring role in The Intern (2015).
Nat had the opportunity to act alongside Reese Witherspoon in the romantic comedy Home Again(2017), and also played a role in the Netflix original film Death Note (2017).
Shortly after, he worked on two action films, The Kill Team (2019) and Semper Fi (2019). Nat can soon be seen on the new CBS survival adventure series The Stand (2020), starring alongside James Marsden and Whoopi Goldberg.
A prolific musician, Nat has composed more than 170 songs.
Death Note (Netflix) (2017)
Home Again (2017)
The Intern (2015)
Paper Towns (2015)
The Fault in Our Stars (2014)
The Last Keepers (2013)
Behaving Badly (2013)
Palo Alto (2013)
Stuck in Love (2012)
New Year’s Eve (2011)
Peace, Love & Misunderstanding (2011)