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Nathaniel Marvin Wolff (born December 17, 1994 in Los Angeles, California) is an actor, singer-songwriter, composer, and keyboardist.


Nat Wolff is the lead singer/songwriter and keyboardist, and his brother Alex is the drummer, co-founder of the Nickelodeon television series The Naked Brothers Band.

Nat stars in the Nickelodeon television series The Naked Brothers Band. Based on a comedic interpretation of the brothers' lives, the TV series began as The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie, an independent documentary/mockumentary film written, directed, created, and executive produced by Polly Draper.

Nat kept putting signs on his door: "I want to be a child actor!", but Draper refused to at first because she wanted her kids to have a normal life. So to please him, she let him film his own sitcom, called, Don't Eat Off My Plate. Then Draper changed her mind and let him become a child actor, and decided to make a movie about her kids' band, which they formed in pre-school with their best friends.[1]

He gained notice in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks when he held his birthday party at a fire station and performed a self-written song, "Firefighters" (later retitled, "Rosalina" for The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie).

Nat says:[2]

I always loved it. I love the Beatles. I know every Beatles song. I wanted to be like them. It's all based on reality. It's not like work. It's things we might say or do or want to say or do. I like the feeling of creating something that wasn't there. If we have another season, I'm totally getting ideas.

He has performed Off Broadway in Getting Into Heaven with Cooper Pillot, written by Draper. He also starred inThe Heart of Baghdad.[2]

Nat is believed to be the youngest person to write a hit pop song, Crazy Car, composed when he was 6.

Personal life

He is the son of actress, screenwriter, producer, and director Polly Draper and jazz pianist-composer-bandleader Michael Wolff. His younger brother is actor/drummer Alex Wolff. His family is culturally Jewish. In his free time he likes to play basketball, write music and play with their family dog E.T.[3]

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