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