Date of Birth:
8th of February, 1941
Source of wealth:
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Nick Nolte net worth: $75 million
A renowned American actor and comedian with gravel voice and handsome looks, Nick Nolte has gained fame appearing in different TV shows.
Born in 1941, this man conquered the movie industry with such projects as «48 Hours», «The Prince of Tides» and «Down and Out in Beverly Hills» becoming an owner of numerous awards and considerable incomes.
Now the net worth of Nick Nolte is estimated at over $75 million and still these numbers are growing. What led this talented man to his stardom?
Source of wealth: movies
From the very start of his professional career Nolte played with media lying about his biography and private life. He attended university in Arizona demonstrating his talent in football and then headed to LA to learn acting.
In 1976 Nick debuted in the TV series «Rich Man, Poor Man» and also made a few notable performances on the screen in «Heartbeat» and «Who’ll Stop the Rain». Soon after that happened his breakthrough in the comedy «48 Hours». Thus, the incomes of Nick Nolte and his popularity started growing.
In 1986 the actor appeared in «Down and Out in Beverly Hills» and «The Prince of Tides» projects that made his even more popular. But what movies made him that wealthy?
Nick Nolte starred in such profitable films as
«The Company You Keep» ($6, 2 million),
«Asthma» ($3, 8 million of income),
«Noah» ($3, 2 million),
«The Trials of Cate McCall» ($4, 6 million)
«Gracepoint» TV series ($4, 2 million).
All of them significantly influenced the current net worth of Nick Nolte making it reach the number of $75 million.
Nolte caught public’s attention with such small projects as «Affliction» and «Afterglow» and for the latter got his second nomination for Oscar. He also appeared in a range of other projects including «The Golden Bowl» and «Off the Black». So what is his actual annual salary?
Nick Nolte Salary
As different sources inform, the celebrity earns around:
- $9, 1 million annually,
- $758 400 per month,
- $190 000 weekly,
- approximately $27 000 a day.