|Birth Name||Nathaniel Marvin Wolff|
Nathaniel Marvin Wolff (or simply Nat Wolff) was born on December 17, 1994 in Los Angeles, California. He is an actor and musician, known for The Naked Brothers Band (2007), Paper Towns (2015), and Death Note (2017).
Nat and his younger brother Alex were very young when they came up with the name "The Naked Brothers Band" in the bathtub. Nat later formed the band The Silver Boulders in pre-school with his friends, but the band's name was reverted back to it's original title. He was the lead singer-songwriter and keyboardist of The Naked Brothers Band alongside Alex as drummer. They both wrote and preformed songs while potraying fictional characters for the mockumentary series of the same name on Nickelodeon, and released two albums for their respective seasons under the Nickelodeon/Columbia label []: The Naked Brothers Band (2007) and I Don't Want To Go to School (2008)
After the series cancellation in 2009, the band split up and the two brothers became their own group called Nat and Alex Wolff. Since then, one studio album has been released under their current label, Saddleup Records: Black Sheep (2011), and another soundtrack once again released under the Nickelodeon/Columbia label Throwbacks (2013), the latter being the previously unreleased soundtrack to the third and final season of the Naked Brothers Band TV series. An EP, Public Places, was released in 2016.
Wolff was young when he begged his mom to be a child actor. As a result, he was allowed to record his own mini-sitcom called Don't Eat Off My Plate. His career as an actor began Off-Broadway at The Flea Theater with a minor role in his mother's play Getting into Heaven (2003) and Heartbeat to Baghdad (2004). After gaining recoginition in the Hamptons International Film Festival for his lead role in The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie (2005), he then went to reprise his role for The Naked Brothers Band TV series (2007-2009), a series about the band's misadventures continuing after the movie where he wrote and preformed more songs alongside his brother Alex.
After the TV series ended, Wolff went to have a successful acting life in the following decade. Today, he is most notably known for starring in the John Green film adpations The Fault in Our Stars (2014) and Paper Towns (2015), and as well as the Netflix adaption Death Note (2017). In 2018, he starred alongside Draper and Wolff in Stella's Last Weekend.