Alex Wolff And His Siblings Nat Wolff Were Born To Their Parents Michael Wolff and Polly Draper

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Alex Wolff siblings include brother Nat Wolff who is an actor and producer. Alex and Nat Wolff were born to their parents Michael Wolff and Polly Draper.

Alex was born on November 1, 1997, in New York City, New York, United States. He is an actor and musician. He gained popularity after co-starring with his older brother Nat in Nickelodeon.

At six, Wolff made his acting debut in the 2005 film The Naked Brothers. He provided lyrics, vocals, and instruments for the film and the series; their father produced and directed the music.

He played a small child in Fall Out Boy's song video The Take Over, The Breaks Over in 2007. He appeared in the independent drama Coming Through the Rye in 2015.

In 2016, he appeared as a supporting actor in My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 and as terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the drama Patriots Day. Wolff was honored with the Auteur Award at the San Diego International Film Festival on October 11, 2018.

Alex Wolff Has A Brother

Alex Wolff siblings Nat Wolff is an actor and musician. Alex is three years older than his older brother Nat.

Nat was born in Los Angeles, California, whereas Alex was born in Manhattan, New York City.

Nat (left) and Alex (right) with their dog Stella
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Their maternal grandpa is William Henry Draper III, a venture capitalist, and civic activist. The brothers are also the nephews of venture entrepreneur Timothy C. Draper and the cousins of actress Jesse Draper.

Nat Wolff

Nat Wolff was born in Los Angeles, California, on December 17, 1994. Nat is an actor and musician from the United States. He gained fame after making music for The Naked Brothers Band.

Following the end of the Nickelodeon series in 2009, Wolff and his brother established the music duo Nat & Alex Wolff, who released the album Black Sheep in 2011.

Later, he was recognized for his lead role in the 2015 picture Paper Towns as Quentin, as well as other films such as Admission as Jeremiah, Behaving Badly as Rick Stevens, and Palo Alto as Fred, all of which debuted in 2013.

Nat photoshoot for Euphoria Magazine with photographer Jerry Maestas
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He and his younger brother featured in Stella's Last Weekend, a 2018 film produced and directed by their mother. In 2003, he played a minor role in his mother's play Getting Into Heaven, and in 2004, he had a small part in The Flea Theater's Off-Broadway production of Heartbeat to Baghdad.

Wolff has also appeared in the Nickelodeon television film special Mr. Troop Mom. Following The Fault in Our Stars, Wolff featured in Paper Towns, his second cinematic version of a John Green novel.

He portrayed Quentin "Q" Jacobsen, an adolescent in love with his neighbor. Wolff appeared in the Netflix feature Death Note as Light Turner, based on the novel of the same name, in addition to the romantic comedy Home Again in 2017.

Their Parents Have Different Backgrounds

Alex Wolff parents are Polly Draper and Michael Wolff. Michael and Polly are also actors and producers in the movie industry.

Polly and Michael got married in 1992. The couple has been married for 31 years. They had two sons together. Polly was previously married to Kevin Wade, an American screenwriter and television producer, for eight years.

Alex parents Polly and Michael Wolff
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The pair does not have any children together. Alex's dad father is Jewish, while their mother has a Christian background. The two brothers were brought up as culturally Jewish.

Polly Draper

Polly Draper is an actor, producer, director, and writer from the United States. Polly was born in Gary, Indiana, on June 15, 1955. Her parents were William Henry Draper III and Phyllis Culbertson.

Draper began her career in acting in 1980 with the off-Broadway production of Split, which opened in New York. William Henry Draper Jr., her grandpa, was a financier and ambassador. 

Draper has two siblings, Rebecca and Tim, both entrepreneurs. The actor obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University in 1977 and her Master of Fine Arts degree from Yale School of Drama.

Polly is an actress and mother of two adult children
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Her performance in ABC's TV drama Thirtysomething initially gained her recognition. She gained even more popularity with her Nickelodeon musical comedy, The Naked Brothers Band, which she created and produced.

Draper featured in and supplied lead vocals for the play Getting into Heaven after special roles in the dramas Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Monk in 2002. She next portrayed the part of Nina in the Broadway show Brooklyn Boy.

She has also won several awards at film festivals, such as the Grand Prize at the San Antonio Film Festival and the Bronze Gryphon award for her accomplishments in the American entertainment business.

Polly was married to scriptwriter and producer Kevin Wade from 1983 to 1990. She later married Michael Wolff, a musician, with whom she had two boys, Alex and Nat.

She is active on Instagram under the name @therealpollydraper, with 63 followers and 409 posts.

Michael Wolff

Michael Wolff is a jazz pianist, composer, and actor from the United States. From 1989 through 1994, he led the band on The Arsenio Hall Show. Michael was born on July 31, 1952, in Victorville, California. Wolff was raised in a Jewish household.

Marvin Wolff, his father, is a doctor. Wolff's mother remarried doctor Neal Blumenfeld. Wolff attended the University of California, Berkeley, after graduating from high school before switching to the University of California, Los Angeles.

Michael began learning classical piano at the age of eight. When he was nine, his parents migrated to Berkeley, California, and he began playing the drums at twelve.

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Wolff dropped out of college to join Cal Tjader's band in 1972. Other notable performers include Frank Sinatra, Warren Zevon, Bobby McFerrin, Thad Jones, Sonny Rollins, Wayne Shorter, and Jean-Luc Ponty. Wolff was hired as Nancy Wilson's musical director in 1978.

He composed music for the films Who's the Man? The Tic Code and Made up, as well as composing and acting in other films. Wolff co-starred with his kids in the Nickelodeon television series The Naked Brothers Band, serving as co-executive producer and music supervisor.

Draper developed, executive produced, scripted, and filmed the show. As per his website, Wolff is a member of the jazz and contemporary music faculty at The New School.

Michael is active on Instagram under the name @michaelwolffmusic. He has 2108 followers and 179 posts.