John Joseph "Jack" Nicholson (born April 22, 1937) is an American retired actor, director, producer and writer. He started out as a writer and part-time actor. He became a star in 1969 when he had a small part in the movie Easy Rider. He has won three Oscars, for As Good as it Gets, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and Terms of Endearment. He is one of the fans for Los Angeles Lakers. Nicholson is one of only two actors who have been nominated for an Academy Award for acting in every decade from the 1960s to 2000s; the other is Michael Caine. Nicholson received the Cecil B. DeMille Award in 1999. He has won seven Golden Globe Awards. He received a Kennedy Center Honor in 2001. Nicholson dropped out from the remake movie Toni Erdmann.
|Occupation||Actor, director, producer, screenwriter|
(m. 1962-1968, divorced)
|Children||6, including Lorraine Nicholson|
Nicholson was born at Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune City, New Jersey  , He is son of showgirl June Frances Nicholson.
Nicholson has been linked to many actresses and models, including Michelle Phillips, Bebe Buell and Lara Flynn Boyle. He had a intimate relationship with Anjelica Huston from 1973 to 1989. The relationship ended when the media reported Rebecca Broussard was pregnant with their child. Nicholson and Broussard had two children together, Lorraine and Raymond. Nicholson's other children are Jennifer (born with Sandra Knight) and Honey Hollman (born with Winnie Hollman). Susan Anspach says that her son, Caleb Goddard, was fathered by Nicholson. He is not sure that he is the father. Nicholson describes himself as a "lifelong Irish Democrat", although he says he supports every President, and he is staunchly pro-life. He is Roman Catholic. In 2020, Nicholson endorsed Bernie Sanders's second presidential campaign for the 2020 nomination.
|1958||The Cry Baby Killer||Jimmy Wallace||Jus Addiss|
|1960||Too Soon to Love||Buddy||Richard Rush|
|The Wild Ride||Johnny Varron||Harvey Berman|
|The Little Shop of Horrors||Wilbur Force||Roger Corman|
|Studs Lonigan||Weary Reilly||Irving Lerner|
|1962||The Broken Land||Will Brocious||John A. Bushelman|
|1963||The Raven||Rexford Bedlo||Roger Corman|
|The Terror||Andre Duvalier||Roger Corman|
|Thunder Island||None||Jack Leewood||Writer|
|1964||Flight to Fury||Jay Wickham||Monte Hellman||Also writer|
|Back Door to Hell||Burnett||Monte Hellman|
|Ensign Pulver||Dolan||Joshua Logan|
|1966||The Shooting||Billy Spear||Monte Hellman|
|1967||The St. Valentine's Day Massacre||Gino, Hit Man||Roger Corman||Uncredited|
|Hells Angels on Wheels||Poet||Richard Rush|
|The Trip||None||Roger Corman||Writer|
|Head||Movie Director in Restaurant||Bob Rafelson||Uncredited cameo;|
Also producer and writer
|1969||Easy Rider||George Hanson||Dennis Hopper|
|1970||On a Clear Day You Can See Forever||Tad Pringle||Vincente Minnelli|
|The Rebel Rousers||Bunny||Martin B. Cohen|
|Five Easy Pieces||Robert Eroica Dupea||Bob Rafelson|
|1971||Carnal Knowledge||Jonathan Fuerst||Mike Nichols|
|A Safe Place||Mitch||Henry Jaglom|
|Drive, He Said||None||Himself||Producer and writer|
|1972||The King of Marvin Gardens||David Staebler||Bob Rafelson|
|1973||The Last Detail||Signalman 1st Class Billy L. "Badass" Buddusky||Hal Ashby|
|1974||Chinatown||J. J. "Jake" Gittes||Roman Polanski|
|1975||The Passenger||David Locke||Michelangelo Antonioni|
|The Fortune||Oscar Sullivan||Mike Nichols|
|One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest||Randle Patrick "Mac" McMurphy||Miloš Forman|
|Tommy||The Specialist||Ken Russell|
|1976||The Missouri Breaks||Tom Logan||Arthur Penn|
|The Last Tycoon||Brimmer||Elia Kazan|
|1978||Goin' South||Henry Lloyd Moon||Himself|
|1980||The Shining||Jack Torrance||Stanley Kubrick|
|1981||The Postman Always Rings Twice||Frank Chambers||Bob Rafelson|
|Reds||Eugene O'Neill||Warren Beatty|
|1982||The Border||Charlie Smith||Tony Richardson|
|1983||Terms of Endearment||Garrett Breedlove||James L. Brooks|
|1985||Prizzi's Honor||Charley Partanna||John Huston|
|1986||Heartburn||Mark Forman||Mike Nichols|
|1987||The Witches of Eastwick||Daryl Van Horne||George Miller|
|Broadcast News||Bill Rorich||James L. Brooks||Cameo|
|Ironweed||Francis Phelan||Héctor Babenco|
|1989||Batman||Jack Napier / The Joker||Tim Burton|
|1990||The Two Jakes||J. J. "Jake" Gittes||Himself||Also producer|
|1992||Man Trouble||Eugene Earl Axline / Harry Bliss||Bob Rafelson|
|A Few Good Men||Colonel Nathan R. Jessup||Rob Reiner|
|Hoffa||James R. "Jimmy" Hoffa||Danny DeVito|
|1994||Wolf||Will Randall||Mike Nichols|
|1995||The Crossing Guard||Freddy Gale||Sean Penn|
|1996||Blood and Wine||Alex Gates||Bob Rafelson|
|The Evening Star||Garrett Breedlove||Robert Harling|
|Mars Attacks!||President James Dale / Art Land||Tim Burton|
|1997||As Good as It Gets||Melvin Udall||James L. Brooks|
|2001||The Pledge||Jerry Black||Sean Penn|
|2002||About Schmidt||Warren R. Schmidt||Alexander Payne|
|2003||Anger Management||Dr. Buddy Rydell||Peter Segal|
|Something's Gotta Give||Harry Sanborn||Nancy Meyers|
|2006||The Departed||Francis "Frank" Costello||Martin Scorsese|
|2007||The Bucket List||Edward Cole||Rob Reiner|
|2010||I'm Still Here||Himself||Casey Affleck|
|How Do You Know||Charles Madison||James L. Brooks|
- ↑ McDougal, Dennis (October 2007). Five Easy Decades: How Jack Nicholson Became the Biggest Movie Star in Modern Times. Wiley. p. 7. ISBN 978-0-471-72246-5.
- ↑ Kroll, Justin (7 February 2017). "Jack Nicholson, Kristen Wiig to Star in 'Toni Erdmann' Remake (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Penske Business Media, LLC. Retrieved 8 February 2017.
- ↑ Epting, Chris (2009-06-04). The Birthplace Book: A Guide to Birth Sites of Famous People, Places, & Things. Stackpole Books. ISBN 978-0-8117-4018-0.
- ↑ Von Strunckel, Shelley (June 23, 2006). "What the Stars say about them — Jack Nicholson and Susan Anspach". The Sunday Times. UK. p. 36.
- ↑ http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v120/BPorg/jack/magz/84rs6.jpg
- ↑ AP, Dan Steinberg / (20 December 2007). "Jack Nicholson goes public with his politics". TODAY.com. Archived from the original on 20 February 2019. Retrieved 11 February 2019.
- ↑ "10 Pro-Life Celebrities Who Aren't Afraid to Speak Up". Crosswalk.com. Retrieved 2023-03-10.
- ↑ "Which 2020 Democrat Has the Best Celebrity Endorsements?". Slate Magazine. 2020-01-21. Retrieved 2020-01-23.