Who is Clytie Lane?

Nick Nolte is one of the most honored actors of Hollywood, especially for the film “The Prince of Tides”, for which he won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, and a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor, among other projects. He has been married four times, and his fourth wife is Clytie Lane. The two married in 2016 and have a daughter together, Sophia Lane, born on the 3rd October 2007. Clytie is a former actress, noted for her role as Cheryl in the film “Coffee Date” back in 2006.

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Clytie Lane.

Posted by Dasarath Das on Thursday, March 23, 2017

Clytie Lane Age, Childhood, and Education

Clytie has been somewhat secretive about her past, and all we know is that she was born in England and holds British citizenship. Her birth date is yet to be revealed, but according to reports, she is in her late 30s or early 40s. We can only wait for her confirmation about her age.

Career

Clytie isn’t one of those celebrities that have a rich career, like her husband. Instead, she is a one-time actress, and since then has been focused on raising her and Nick’s child.

The actress appeared in the romantic comedy film “Coffee Date”, directed and written by Stewart Wade, and starring Jonathan Bray, Jonathan Silverman, and Wilson Cruz.

Relationship with Nick Nolte, Daughter, Marriage

Clytie and Nick met for the first time in 2003, and after a few months their relationship became romantic. Four years later, the couple welcomed their daughter Sophie, who weighed seven pounds thirteen ounces at birth. Now, Sophie is a 12-year-old who is enjoying all the perks of being the daughter of celebrity parents. Clytie and Nolte married after a 13-year relationship and living together.

Nick Nolte and Clytie Lane

Nick Nolte Bio

Born Nicholas King Nolte on the 8th February 1941, in Omaha, Nebraska USA, he is the son of Franklin Arthur Nolte and Helen, who worked as a department store buyer and would later start her own antique shop. Nick is of English, German, Scottish, Scots-Irish, and Swiss-German ancestry, and is the younger child in the family, as he has an older sister, Nancy.

His educational years were troublesome; he first studied at Westside High School, but then transferred to Benson High School.

However, he got expelled from the latter for having beer on him in the football team’s locker room during a practice session. He eventually matriculated in 1959, and subsequentlychanged several colleges and universities several times, before his poor dedication towards academic studies and greater interest in sports ended his education.

Career Start

Before he earned a spot on television, Nick travelled the US, honing his skills in acting schools, including Stella Adler Academy. He spent three years at the Old Log Theater in Minnesota, and also worked as a model throughout the late ‘60s and early ‘70s.

His on-screen debut was in a minor role in the TV series “Death Valley Days” (1969), and after a set of support roles in the early ‘70s, he secured the part of Tom Jordache in the TV mini-series “Rich Man, Poor Man” in 1976. From then on, his acting skills started to get appraised, and before the decade ended, he starred in films “The Deep”, “Who’ll Stop the Rain”, and “North Dallas Forty”. Nick continued into the ‘80s, and became a star in Hollywood with roles in “48 Hrs.” (1982), then “Under Fire” (1983), and “Down and Out in Beverly Hills” (1986), among others.

The ‘90s and Recent Work

In the ‘90s, Nick Nolte’s name emerged as one of the more famous actors, helped in 1992 by being named the Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine, but it was the film “The Prince of Tides”, next to Barbara Streisand, that made him a global star. He won several awards for his work on the film, and continued on quite successfully, first with “Cape Fear”, also released in 1991, then in the drama “Lorenzo’s Oil” (1992), and in 1997 starred in the romantic comedy-drama film “Afterglow”, with Julie Christie and Lara Flynn Boyle.

He finished the decade with two successful films – “Affliction”, and “The Thin Red Line”, released in 1997 and 1998, respectively.

His career entered a downfall in the early 2000s, caused by his legal problems and alcohol addiction. Nevertheless, he bounced back in 2004 with the film “Hotel Rwanda”, and the comedy film “Tropic Thunder” (2008). He has since made a complete comeback, especially with the film “Warrior” (2011), then as Richard Graves in the TV series “Graves” (2016-2017), and most recently he featured in the film “Angel Has Fallen” (2019).

Nick Nolte Personal Life, Net Worth

Nick has had a few ups and downs in his career; he was sentenced to 45 years in prison for selling counterfeit documents, but the sentence was suspended, as he elected to serve in the military, during the Vietnam War. He has battled with alcohol addiction, and was even caught driving under the influence, for which he received three years probation, during which time he had to test for alcohol and drugs on call.

To speak of his love life, he has three marriages behind him; he was first married to Sheila Page from 1966 until 1970, and then Sharyn Haddad, from the 10th May 1978 until the 16th February 1984.

He has one child, a son named Brawley Nolte with his third wife, Rebecca Linger, with whom he was married from 1984 until 1994.

Nick has also had affairs with actresses Debra Winger and Vicki Lewis.

Nick’s net worth is estimated at $75 million, as of late 2019, earned through his successful career as an actor, during which he’s featured in more than 100 films and TV series.

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Benjy is currently a reporter for BiographyPedia based in Adelaide, Australia. Prior to joining BiographyPedia in July 2019, he was a Bizarre TV reporter and theatre critic at TheSun. Benjy has also written for DailyMail and TMZ. Benjy studied journalism at Goldsmiths University of London, graduating in 2009. You can contact him at [email protected]

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