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Common misspelling: Jack Nicolson; Jack Nicholsen; Jack Nickelson


Given Name

Date of Birth

Birth Place

John Joseph Nicholson April 22, 1937 New York, New York
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The following biography is from Wikipedia.org “The Free Encyclopedia.”


John Joseph "Jack" Nicholson (born April 22, 1937) is a highly successful, iconic American method actor known for his often dark-themed portrayals of neurotic characters.


He has been nominated for an Academy Award twelve times (winning 3 of them), more than any other male actor, and second only to Meryl Streep (who has 13 nominations and 2 wins) in total nominations. He is tied with Walter Brennan for most wins by a male actor, and second to Katharine Hepburn for most acting wins overall (Hepburn had 4).


He has also won seven Golden Globe Awards and he received a Kennedy Center Honors in 2001.


Nicholson was born at Bellevue Hospital Center in New York City to June Frances Nicholson (alias June Nilson), a showgirl of English and Irish descent who had previously married an Italian-American showman Donald Furcillo (stage name Donald Rose) six months earlier in Elkton, Maryland, on October 16, 1936. Elkton was a town known for its "quickie" marriages. However, Furcillo was already married, and, although he offered to take care of the child, June's mother Ethel insisted that she bring up the baby, partly so that June could pursue her dancing career. Jack was brought up believing his grandparents Joseph (a department store window dresser in Asbury Park, New Jersey) and Ethel May Nicholson (a hairdresser and beautician and amateur artist in Neptune, New Jersey) were his parents. He attended high school at nearby Manasquan High School, where a drama award was ultimately named in his honor. Nicholson only discovered that his parents were actually his grandparents and his sister was in fact his mother in 1974 after being informed by a Time Magazine journalist who was doing a feature on him, while he was filming The Fortune with Stockard Channing. By this time both his mother and grandmother had died (in 1963 and 1970, respectively). Nicholson has stated he does not know who his father is, saying "Only Ethel and June knew and they never told anybody". Although Donald Furcillo claimed to be Nicholson's father and to have committed bigamy by marrying June, biographer Patrick McGilligan, who wrote Jack's Life (published in December 1995) asserted that Eddie King, June's manager, may be the father and other (see [1]) sources have suggested that June Nicholson was unsure of who the father was. Jack Nicholson has chosen not to have a DNA test or to pursue the matter. Although Nicholson is personally anti-abortion, he is pro-life: "I'm very contra my constituency in terms of abortion because I'm positively against it. I don't have the right to any other view. My only emotion is gratitude, literally, for my life." Nicholson told Vanity Fair in 1992 that he did not believe in God.[2]


In his adult personal life, Nicholson has been notorious for his inability to "settle down". He has four children by three different mothers despite only being married once (Jennifer Nicholson with former wife Sandra Knight, Caleb Goddard with Susan Anspach, his Five Easy Pieces co-star, and Lorraine and Raymond Nicholson with Rebecca Broussard). He has been romantically linked to numerous actresses and models for decades. Nicholson's longest relationship was for 17 years to actress Anjelica Huston, the daughter of the legendary director John Huston. However, the relationship ended when the news reported that Rebecca Broussard had become pregnant with his child.




Acting career

Nicholson started his career as an actor, writer, and producer, working for and with Roger Corman. This included his screen debut in The Cry Baby Killer (1958), where he played a juvenile delinquent who panics after shooting two other teenagers, The Little Shop of Horrors (1960), in which he had a small role as a masochistic dental patient, another small role in The Raven (1963) and The Terror (1963), co-starring then-wife Sandra Knight.


His work on the LSD-fueled screenplay for 1967's The Trip, which starred Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, led to his first big break in Easy Rider (1969). Nicholson played hard-drinking lawyer George Hanson, for which he received his first Oscar nomination.



A Best Actor nomination came the following year for his persona-defining role in Five Easy Pieces (1970), which includes his famous chicken salad dialogue about getting what you want. Also that year, he appeared in the movie adaptation of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever as Daisy Gamble (Barbra Streisand)'s stepbrother.


More of his earlier film roles include Hal Ashby's The Last Detail (1973), Roman Polanski's Chinatown (1974), and Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980).


Nicholson earned his first Academy Award for Best Actor for portraying Randall P. McMurphy in Miloš Forman's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975). His Academy Award for Best Actor was matched with the Academy Award for Best Actress given to Louise Fletcher for her portrayal of Nurse Ratched. His next Oscar, the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, came for his role in Terms of Endearment (1983).


The 1989 Batman movie, where Nicholson played The Joker, was an international smash hit, and a lucrative percentage deal earned Nicholson about $50 million.


For his role as hotheaded Col. Nathan R. Jessep in A Few Good Men (1992), a movie about a murder in a US Marine Corps unit, he received yet another nomination by the Academy. This film contains Nicholson's "You can't handle the truth!" scene, which has since become widely known and imitated Template:Citation Needed.


Nicholson would go on to win his next Best Actor Oscar for his role as Melvin Udall, the neurotic author, in the romance As Good as It Gets (1997). Nicholson's Oscar was matched with the Academy Award for Best Actress honor for Helen Hunt as a Manhattan waitress drawn into a love/hate friendship with Udall, a frequent diner.


In About Schmidt (2002), Nicholson portrayed a retired Omaha, Nebraska insurance man who questions his own life and the death of his wife shortly afterward. The deeply emotional, slow film stands in sharp contrast to many of his previous roles.


In the comedy Anger Management, he plays an aggressive therapist assigned to help overly pacifist Adam Sandler.


His most recent film is the 2003 Something's Gotta Give as an aging playboy who falls for the mother (Diane Keaton) of his young girlfriend.


Not all of Nicholson's performances have been well-received. He was nominated for Razzie Awards as worst actor for Man Trouble (1992) and Hoffa (1992). His portrayal of the American President in Mars Attacks (1996) was widely criticised for being over-the-top and unfunny [citation needed].


Nicholson will return to villainous form as a tough Boston Irish Mob boss presiding over Matt Damon and Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's The Departed (2006).


Preceded by:

Cesar Romero Actors to portray the Joker

1989 Succeeded by:

Mark Hamill



Nicholson is also a well-known and highly visible fan of the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers; he has courtside seats. It is in his contract that he does not film movies during Lakers games. When he is at a televised Lakers game, he is invariably sought out for celebrity camera shots during one or more breaks in the game. While he used to be often accompanied by a girlfriend, he can usually be seen with one of his young children now.

In 1998, after Nicholson visited Cuba and had a three hour conversation with Fidel Castro, he told Daily Variety: "He is a genius". According to former Cuban intelligence officer Delfin Fernandez, Nicholson's hotel room was bugged with both video and audio recording devices at the instruction of Castro.

He was asked, along with Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman to play Al Pacino's famed role of Michael Corleone in The Godfather.

He is known to his friends as Pickles.

He was friends with famous Gonzo Journalist Hunter S. Thompson, who has a humorous account of himself pranking Jack Nicholson at his home by placing a thawing elk's heart on his doorstep, playing sounds of a recorded pig slaughter, and firing guns in the air, in his last book before he died: Kingdom of Fear.

Nicholson's height is 174 cm (5 ft 8.5 in).

Nicholson had a role in the Monkees' history, co-writing the screenplay for their movie Head (1968) with producer Bob Rafelson (storylines coming from a weekend of brainstorming with the band, Rafelson and partner Bert Schneider), and assembling its soundtrack album. He also makes a cameo appearance in Head, as a production assistant. Rafelson, Schneider, and Nicholson would next work together on Easy Rider.

When Oona O'Neill Chaplin saw Nicholson in the film Reds, where he portrayed her estranged father Eugene O'Neill, she wrote him a letter saying "Thanks to you, I now can love my father". Nicholson has said that "that is the best compliment I ever got".

According to movie producer Robert Evans in the E! True Hollywood Story on Nicholson, Evans was looking to get Chinatown off the ground and they were in need of a male actor. Evans was intent on finding an unknown who could play the role when Nicholson stepped into an office to deliver a package. When Nicholson departed the office with his devilish grin, it caught Evans' eye who went right after Nicholson and told him about Chinatown with an offer of US$10,000 to star in the film. Nicholson told Evans that he was paying alimony along with a child to support, if the producer could raise it to US$15,000. Evans offered him US$12,500, and Nicholson hugged Evans right on the spot.

He lived by friend Danny DeVito in the same New Jersey neighborhood during their early years. When the two were working on One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Nicholson immediately identified DeVito as a fellow resident from Asbury Park, New Jersey, their hometown and became close friends. The basis for DeVito's decision to play the Penguin in Batman Returns was partly influenced by Nicholson's advice. Nicholson's participation in Batman (1989) was one of Hollywood's most lucrative roles – his share of the film's profits netted him somewhere in the neighborhood of $50,000,000 to $60,000,000 US dollars.

The late Batman creator Bob Kane had recommended Nicholson for the Joker for years prior to his being cast as the Joker for the 1989 film.

The sardonic sailor character Shipwreck from GI Joe: A Real American Hero animated series of the 1980s was partly based on Nicholson (and partly based on Popeye the Sailor Man).

Whenever he's asked what he'll do when he retires from acting. He answers "Well hopefully, go to heaven".

Makes it a must never to do Disney movies, especially animated movies, as he knows the story, the songs and dialogue will always outshadow any actor's performance.

Is a fan of professional wrestling. Some of his favorites include Harley Race, Ric Flair and John Cena

Is a discreet fan of Doctor Who

Nicholson is one of only two actors to be nominated for an Academy Award for acting (either lead or supporting) in every decade since the 1960s. The other is Michael Caine.



Year Film Role

2006 The Departed Frank Costello (post production)

2003 Something's Gotta Give Harry Sanborn

2003 Anger Management Dr. Buddy Rydell

2002 About Schmidt Warren R. Schmidt

2001 The Pledge Jerry Black

1997 As Good as It Gets Melvin Udall

1996 Mars Attacks! President James Dale

Art Land

1996 The Evening Star Garrett Breedlove

1996 Blood and Wine Alex Gates

1995 The Crossing Guard Freddy Gale

1994 Wolf Will Randall

1992 Hoffa James R. 'Jimmy' Hoffa

1992 A Few Good Men Col. Nathan R. Jessep

1992 Man Trouble Eugene Earl Axline

aka Harry Bliss

1990 The Two Jakes Jake Gittes


1989 Batman The Joker/

Jack Napier

1987 Ironweed Francis Phelan

1987 Broadcast News Bill Rorich

1987 The Witches of Eastwick Daryl Van Horne

1986 Heartburn Mark Louis Forman

1986 Elephant's Child Narrator

1985 Prizzi's Honor Charley Partanna

1983 Terms of Endearment Garrett Breedlove

1982 The Border Charlie Smith

1981 Reds Eugene O'Neill

1981 The Postman Always Rings Twice Frank Chambers

1980 The Shining Jack Torrance

1978 Goin' South Henry Lloyd Moon


1976 The Last Tycoon Brimmer

1976 The Missouri Breaks Tom Logan

1975 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Randle Patrick McMurphy

1975 The Fortune Oscar Sullivan

1975 Tommy The Specialist

1975 Professione: reporter

aka The Passenger David Locke

1974 Chinatown Jake 'J.J' Gittes

1973 The Last Detail Billy 'Bad Ass' Buddusky

1972 The King of Marvin Gardens David Staebler

1971 A Safe Place Mitch

1971 Carnal Knowledge Jonathan Fuerst

1970 Five Easy Pieces Robert Eroica Dupea

1970 On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Tad Pringle

1970 The Rebel Rousers Bunny

1969 Easy Rider George Hanson

1968 Psych-Out Stoney

(co-director, producer)

1968 Head "Production Assistant" (cameo)

(also screenplay and soundtrack)

1967 Hells Angels on Wheels Poet

1967 The St. Valentine's Day Massacre Gino, Hitman


1967 The Shooting Billy Spear

1967 The Trip (screenplay)

1965 Ride in the Whirlwind Wes

1964 Back Door to Hell Burnett

1964 Flight to Fury Jay Wickham

1964 Ensign Pulver Dolan

1963 The Terror Lt. Andre Duvalier

1963 The Raven Rexford Bedlo

1962 The Broken Land Will Brocius

1960 Studs Lonigan Weary Reilly

1960 The Little Shop of Horrors Wilbur Force

1960 Too Soon to Love Buddy

1960 The Wild Ride Johnny Varron

1958 The Cry Baby Killer Jimmy Wallace


Academy Awards and nominations

1969 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Easy Rider

1970 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Leading Role - Five Easy Pieces

1973 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Leading Role - The Last Detail

1974 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Leading Role - Chinatown

1975 - Won - Best Actor in a Leading Role - One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

1981 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Reds

1983 - Won - Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Terms of Endearment

1985 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Leading Role - Prizzi's Honor

1987 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Leading Role - Ironweed

1992 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Supporting Role - A Few Good Men

1997 - Won - Best Actor in a Leading Role - As Good As It Gets

2002 - Nominated - Best Actor in a Leading Role - About Schmidt

Preceded by:

Louis Gossett, Jr.

for An Officer and a Gentleman Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor


for Terms of Endearment Succeeded by:

Haing S. Ngor

for The Killing Fields

Preceded by:

Art Carney

for Harry and Tonto Academy Award for Best Actor


for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Succeeded by:

Peter Finch

for Network

Preceded by:

Geoffrey Rush

for Shine Academy Award for Best Actor


for As Good As It Gets Succeeded by:

Roberto Benigni

for Life is Beautiful


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1958 1960 1960 1960 1960


The Cry Baby Killer The Wild Ride Too Soon to Love The Little Shop of Horrors Studs Lonigan


Jimmy Wallace Johnny Varron Buddy Wilbur Force Weary Reilly


1962 1963 1963 1964 1964


The Broken Land The Raven The Terror Ensign Pulver Flight to Fury


Will Brocious Rexford Bedlo Lt. Andre Duvalier Dolan Jay Wickham


1964 1965 1967 1967 1967


Back Door to Hell Ride in the Whirlwind The Shooting Hells Angels on Wheels The St. Valentine's Day Massacre


Burnett Wes Billy Spear Poet Gino, Hit Man


1968 1969 1970 1970 1970


Psych-Out Easy Rider The Rebel Rousers On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Five Easy Pieces


Stoney George Hanson Bunny Tad Pringle Robert Eroica Dupea


1971 1971 1972 1973 1974


Carnal Knowledge A Safe Place The King of Marvin Gardens The Last Detail Chinatown


Jonathan Fuerst Mitch David Staebler Billy "Bad Ass" Buddusky Jake 'J.J.' Gittes


1975 1975 1975 1975 1976


Professione: reporter Tommy The Fortune One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest The Missouri Breaks


David Locke The Specialist Oscar Sullivan aka Oscar Dix Randle Patrick McMurphy Tom Logan


1976 1978 1980 1981 1981


The Last Tycoon Goin' South The Shining The Postman Always Rings Twice Reds


Brimmer Henry Lloyd Moon Jack Torrance Frank Chambers Eugene (Gene) O'Neill


1982 1983 1985 1986 1986


The Border Terms of Endearment Prizzi's Honor Elephant's Child (TV special) Heartburn


Charlie Smith Garrett Breedlove Charley Partanna Narrator Mark Louis Forman


1987 1987 1987 1989 1990


The Witches of Eastwick Broadcast News Ironweed Batman The Two Jakes


Daryl Van Horne Bill Rorich Francis Phelan Joker (Jack Napier) Jake Gittes


1992 1992 1992 1994 1995


Man Trouble A Few Good Men Hoffa Wolf The Crossing Guard


Eugene Earl Axline, aka Harry Bliss Col. Nathan R. Jessep James R. "Jimmy" Hoffa Will Randall Freddy Gale


1996 1996 1996 1997 2001


Blood and Wine The Evening Star Mars Attacks! As Good as It Gets The Pledge


Alex Gates Garrett Breedlove President James Dale/Art Land Melvin Udall Jerry Black


2002 2003 2003 Coming 2006 Coming 2007


About Schmidt Anger Management Something's Gotta Give The Departed The Bucket List


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