Jack Nicholson video

that include selections from his best creations as "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)", "The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981)", "Terms of Endearment (1983)", "Batman (1989)", "Hoffa (1992)", Wolf (1994), "The Crossing Guard (1995)", "As Good as It Gets (1997)", "Something's Gotta Give (2003)", "Anger Management (2003)", "The Bucket List (2007)".


John Joseph "Jack" Nicholson was born in St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City, the son of a showgirl, June Frances Nicholson who had married Italian American showman Donald Furcillo six months earlier in Elkton, Maryland, on October 16, 1936. Nicholson was brought up believing that his grandparents, John Joseph Nicholson and Ethel May Rhoads were his parents. Nicholson only discovered that his "parents" were actually his grandparents and his sister was in fact his mother in 1974, after a journalist for Time magazine who was doing a feature on Nicholson informed him of the fact. Nicholson has stated he does not know who his father is, saying "Only Ethel and June knew and they never told anybody". Jack Nicholson grew up in Neptune City, New Jersey. He was raised in his mother's Roman Catholic religion. Nick, as he was known to his high school friends, attended nearby Manasquan High School, where he was voted "class clown" by the Class of 1954. When Nicholson first came to Hollywood, he worked as a gofer for animation legends William Hanna and Joseph Barbera at the MGM cartoon studio. Seeing his talent as an artist, they offered Nicholson a starting level position as an animation artist. However, citing his desire to become an actor, he declined. 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.
Nicholson is a fan of the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Lakers.


"You only lie to two people in your life: your girlfriend and the police."
"If you get an impulse in a scene, no matter how wrong it seems, follow the impulse. It might be something and if it ain't take two!"
"I was particularly proud of my performance as the Joker. I considered it a piece of pop art."
"Just because you're a perfectionist doesn't mean you're perfect."
"For a long time, I was afraid to be alone. I had to learn how to be alone. And there are still times when I think, Uh-oh! I gotta talk to somebody here or I'm gonna go crazy! But I like to be alone. Now I do. I really do. There's a big luxury in solitude."
"My only emotion is gratitude, literally, for my life."
"My motto is: more good times."
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2010  "How Do You Know" as Charles
2007  "The Bucket List" as Edward Cole
2006  "The Departed" as Frank Costello
2003  "Something's Gotta Give" as Harry Sanborn
2003  "Anger Management" as Dr. Buddy Rydell
2002  "About Schmidt" as Warren Schmidt
2001  "The Pledge" as Jerry Black
1997  "As Good as It Gets" as Melvin Udall
1996  "Mars Attacks!" as President James Dale Art Land
1996  "The Evening Star" as Garrett Breedlove
1996  "Blood and Wine" as Alex Gates
1995  "The Crossing Guard" as Freddy Gale
1994  "Wolf" as Will Randall
1992  "Hoffa" as James R. 'Jimmy' Hoffa
1992  "A Few Good Men" as Col. Nathan R. Jessep
1992  "Man Trouble" as Eugene Earl Axline, aka Harry Bliss
1990  "The Two Jakes" as J.J. 'Jake' Gittes
1989  "Batman" as Joker Jack Napier
1987  "Ironweed" as Francis Phelan
1987  "Broadcast News" as Bill Rorich
1987  "The Witches of Eastwick" as Daryl Van Horne
1986  "Heartburn" as Mark Forman
1985  "Prizzi's Honor" as Charley Partanna
1983  "Terms of Endearment" as Garrett Breedlove
1982  "The Border" as Charlie Smith
1981  "Reds" as Eugene O'Neill
1981  "The Postman Always Rings Twice" as Frank Chambers
1980  "The Shining" as Jack Torrance
1978  "Goin' South" as Henry Lloyd Moon
1976  "The Last Tycoon" as Brimmer
1976  "The Missouri Breaks" as Tom Logan
1975  "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" as R.P. McMurphy
1975  "The Fortune" as Oscar Sullivan aka Oscar Dix
1975  "Tommy" as The Specialist
1975  "Professione: reporter" as David Locke
1974  "Chinatown" as J.J. Gittes
1973  "The Last Detail" as SM1 Billy 'Bad Ass' Buddusky
1972  "The King of Marvin Gardens" as David Staebler
1971  "A Safe Place" as Mitch
1971  "Carnal Knowledge" as Jonathan
1970  "Five Easy Pieces" as Robert Eroica Dupea
1970  "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever" as Tad Pringle
1970  "The Rebel Rousers" as Bunny
1969  "Easy Rider" as George Hanson
1968  "Psych-Out" as Stoney
1967  "Hells Angels on Wheels" as Poet
1967  "The Shooting" as Billy Spear
1965  "Ride in the Whirlwind" as Wes
1964  "Back Door to Hell" as Burnett
1964  "Flight to Fury" as Jay Wickham
1964  "Ensign Pulver" as Dolan
1963  "The Terror" as Lt. Andre Duvalier
1963  "The Raven" as Rexford Bedlo
1962  "The Broken Land" as Will Brocious
1960  "Studs Lonigan" as Weary Reilly
1960  "The Wild Ride" as Johnny Varron
1960  "The Barbara Stanwyck Show 1 episode,
1960  "The Little Shop of Horrors" as Wilbur Force
1960  "Too Soon to Love" as Buddy
1958  "The Cry Baby Killer" as Jimmy Wallace

Jack Nicholson has been nominated for Academy Awards twelve times. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor twice, for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and for As Good as It Gets. He won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for the 1983 film Terms of Endearment. He is tied with Walter Brennan for most acting wins by a male actor (three), and second to Katharine Hepburn for most acting wins overall (four). He is also one of only two actors nominated for an Academy Award for acting (either lead or supporting) in every decade since the 1960s (the other one being Michael Caine). He has won seven Golden Globe Awards, and received a Kennedy Center Honor in 2001. In 1994, he became one of the youngest actors to be awarded the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award.

About Schmidt (2002) $10,000,000
The Pledge (2001) $10,000,000
As Good as It Gets (1997) $15,000,000
Wolf (1994) $13,000,000
Hoffa (1992) $10,000,000
A Few Good Men (1992) $5,000,000
Batman (1989) $60,000,000 (total earnings)
The Witches of Eastwick (1987) $6,000,000
The Missouri Breaks (1976) $1,250,000 + 10% of all gross receipts above $12.5m
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) $1,000,000 + 15% gross
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970) $12,500

Jack Nicholson children
Jennifer Nicholson (b. 1963) with Sandra Knight; Caleb (b. 1970) with Susan Anspach; Honey Hollman (b. 1981) with Danish supermodel, Winnie Hollman; Lorraine Nicholson (b. 1990) and Raymond (b. 1992) with Rebecca Broussard.
Jack Nicholson and the women who have marked his life
He has been romantically linked to numerous actresses and models, including Sandra Knight, Winnie Hollman, Anjelica Huston, Rebecca Broussard, Michelle Phillips, Christine Salata, Louise Fletcher, Bebe Buell, Marie Helvin, and Lara Flynn Boyle. Nicholson's longest relationship was for 16 years with actress Anjelica Huston, from 1973 to 1989.
Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher
Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher

Jack Nicholson and Marie Helvin
Jack Nicholson and Marie Helvin

Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston
Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston

Jack Nicholson and Christine Salata
Jack Nicholson and Christine Salata

Jack Nicholson and Rebecca Broussard
Jack Nicholson and Rebecca Broussard

Jack Nicholson and Lara Flynn Boyle
Jack Nicholson and Lara Flynn Boyle
Jack Nicholson, 2008
Jack Nicholson, 2008

Sandra Knight
Sandra Knight (b. 1940) was married with Jack Nicholson (1962 - 1968), had a daughter Jennifer Nicholson (b. 1963)

Jennifer Nicholson
Jennifer Nicholson (b. 1963), daughter of Jack Nicholson and Sandra Knight

Anjelica Huston
Anjelica Huston (b. 1951) lived with Jack Nicholson 16 years, from 1973 to 1989

Winnie Hollman
Winnie Hollman (b. 1963) had a relationship with Jack, one children together, Honey Hollman (b. 1981)

Rebecca Broussard
Rebecca Broussard (b. 1963) had a relationship with Jack Nicholson, two children together, Lorraine Nicholson (b. 1990) and Raymond Nicholson (b. 1992)

Lorraine Nicholson
Lorraine Nicholson (b. 1990), daughter of Jack Nicholson and Rebecca Broussard