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  Jack Nicholson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
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.
Nicholson's longest relationship was for 17 years to actress Anjelica Huston, the daughter of the legendary director John Huston.
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 Jack Nicholson - MSN Encarta
Jack Nicholson, born in 1937, American motion-picture actor, writer, director, and producer, known for his enigmatic, faintly menacing grin and his skill in portraying nonconformist loners.
Nicholson was born in Neptune, New Jersey, and entered show business at a young age, working as an office boy at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) studios, then finding roles in theater productions and in television soap operas.
Nicholson made his film debut with the lead role in a low-budget film by American director and producer Roger Corman, Cry Baby Killer (1958), but he had mostly minor roles for the next few years, often as 1960s counterculture types.
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 Jack Nicholson Relationships
Jack Nicholson tends to withhold and clamp down on many of his feelings and his needs for nurturing and security, perhaps feeling they are unacceptable or will never be satisfied.
Jack Nicholson enjoys a partner who is dynamic and alive, someone with a strong independent streak, and he does not like things to become too peaceful or predictable in the love arena.
Jack Nicholson tends to be on the defensive and fear rejection and lack of acceptance.
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 Jack Nicholson
Nicholson thought he had a fairly normal upbringing, with a hard-working mother and a hard-drinking father who sometimes took young Jack to the movies, sometimes to the bar.
Nicholson later had a 17-year romance with Anjelica Huston, who repeatedly looked the other way while he wandered, but she finally ended their relationship when Nicholson told her he had impregnated his daughter's best friend, Rebecca Broussard.
In 1997, Nicholson was sued by prostitute Christine Sheehan, who alleged that Nicholson had refused to pay for services rendered and had instead assaulted her, and repeatedly smashed her head onto the floor of his Hollywood home.
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 The Tim Burton Collective - Jack Nicholson
Nicholson’s performance In the film was absolutely riveting from beginning to end and many consider it to be the finest of his career.
Nicholson showed off his acting prowess yet again in “The King of Marvin Gardens’” gripping first five minutes; with the camera on close-up and the background completely dark, Nicholson delivers a powerful monologue, grabbing a hold of the audience right from the outset.
Jack entered the 90’s as a bona fide Hollywood icon, but that didn’t seem to slow him down one bit as he continued to tackle risky roles for one so established in the industry.
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 AskMen.com - Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicholson has been an actor for decades and throughout his storied career, he has become an undisputed screen icon.
Jack Nicholson cut his teeth in 1960s B-movies before moving on to genre-defining films like Easy Rider and Chinatown in the late '60s and early '70s, and then reached the height of success nearly 30 years ago with his Best Actor Oscar for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.
Jack Nicholson was born John Joseph Nicholson on April 22, 1937, in Neptune, New Jersey.
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 Jack Nicholson Biography
Nicholson's upbringing was strange - he would not discover HOW strange till he was well into his thirties.
Nicholson's mother, June, was a highly talented dancer and showgirl who, by the age of 17, was already making a name with the renowned Earl Carroll Dancers (her stage-name was June Nilson).
Nicholson's movies have taken over $1.25 billion at the box-office, but the figure that's most often quoted is the $60 million he received from his share of 1989's Batman.
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 Jack Nicholson
Jack Nicholson has been nominated for 12 Academy Awards, and he's won three times: for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975, from the book by Ken Kesey), for Terms of Endearment (1984), and for As Good As It Gets (1997, with Helen Hunt).
Nicholson is a prominent fan of the Los Angeles Lakers...
Jack Nicholson - Jack Nicholson actor, director, producer Born: 4/22/1937 Birthplace: Neptune, New Jersey Academy...
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 Jack Nicholson | Biography (born 1937)
Nicholson actually wrote the latter film, the clearest early sign of his ambition to be involved in the conception and creation of pictures.
Nicholson depicts a lonely, introverted host on late-night radio: the artist as depressive, hoping to crystallize life's anguish, but despairing of his own-happiness.
Nicholson had a 17 year relationship with actress Anjelica Huston which ended in 1990 after Rebecca Broussard was carrying his child.
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 Young Jack Nicholson: Auspicious Beginnings
Nicholson] (a comic invention of June's) and June, sitting on the sideboard of an imposing automobile of the era.
Nicholson, the news of June's pregnancy was a devastation, the overwhelming shame of illegitimacy, the years of hard work and sacrifice dreaming for her daughter, the years of lessons, her own dreams for herself submerged as she fought for her children.
And so it was to come as a stunning revelation, Jack reeling, still reeling from the deceit, the pain of it, and something broke apart in his heart, Jack grappling still grappling with the shock to this hard day.
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 Jack Nicholson's Biography
Nicholson was offered the part as Michael Corleone in THE GODFATHER (1972), but turned it down and it went to Al Pacino, was asked to play Johnny Hooker in THE STING (1973), and turned it down as well and it went to Robert Redford.
Nicholson’s long relationship with Anjelica Huston ended after she learned that he had an affair with actress Rebecca Broussard, and that Rebecca was carrying his child.
Nicholson has been in the Hollywood limelight for over 30 years now, maybe it is his wild, untamed, charming and clever personaltiy – both on and off the screen – that has made him the icon that he is.
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 Kennedy Center: Biographical information for Jack Nicholson
The roles have spanned most genres, but Nicholson invests each of his characters with humanity and intelligence, and his presence in every film is riveting.
He is a star, with irresistible charm and personality, but also an artist, with a seemingly effortless technique, a willingness to place the demands of the dramatic truth over concern for his own vanity, and a limitless devotion to the job at hand.
Jack Nicholson's achievement consists of some of the finest work in cinema.
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 Jack Nicholson / About Schmidt
Jack Nicholson sits like a king in his throne room as he holds court with the press, wowing them with his enigmatic charm and grace.
Nicholson laughs and concedes, "I didn't identify with THAT part of it." But as he also adds, "I think I could understand it.
He admits that most of it is fiction, but as to how he would LIKE to be seen, the actor, always fresh with the one-liners and that trademark killer smile, cannot resist an appropriate response.
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 Jack Nicholson pictures, photos, wallpapers, desktop themes, posters, music, videos, DVDs, and memorabilia
Jack Nicholson (born John Joseph Nicholson, April 22, 1937) is a highly successful American method actor.
Nicholson is also a well-known and highly visible fan of the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers.
Jack had a 17 year relationship with actress Anjelica Huston which ended in 1990 after Rebecca Broussard was carrying his child.
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 Jack Nicholson - TrikiWiki
Born as John Joseph Nicholson on 22 April 1937 in Neptune, New Jersey, USA - illegitimate son of Donald Furcillo, the son of Italian immigrants, and June Nicholson, whose father, Jack, was Irish and mother, Ethel May, was of Dutch descent.
Jack had a 17 year relationship with actress Anjelica Huston, it ended in 1990 after Rebecca Broussard got pregnant with his child.
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 Jack Nicholson
Nicholson was a 32-year-old veteran of low-budget movies, most of them produced by Roger Corman, when he captured the attention of Hollywood and film audiences in the cult hit EASY RIDER (1969).
Nicholson's breakthrough role established an instant rapport with both male and female filmgoers and set a pattern which many subsequent parts would follow: beneath the exterior of a normal nerd existed the heart and soul of a maniac.
Nicholson is known as an actor's actor, a professional who takes on unlikely and challenging roles.
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 Jack Nicholson unofficial fansite
On a separate note, Jack has been mentioned as scheduled to attend Tony Bennet's 80th Birthday Gala in November, it will be a concert to raise money for the Hole in the Wall camps a charity that Jack Nicholson has worked with before.
The celebrity golf event Jack hosted last year was for the same charity which was set up originally by Paul Newman and is to help children with debilitating diseases have a better quality of life.
I have added Jack Nicholson's upcoming film The Departed to the film section as it is only 7 weeks now till the film will be in theaters, Oct 6.
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 Jack Nicholson News
Oscar-winning actor Jack Nicholson plays a South Boston mobster with a brutally kinky side in Martin Scorsese's new film, The Departed.
JACK NICHOLSON gave such a raunchy performance during a saucy sex scene for new movie THE DEPARTED, his co-star is desperate to romance him in real life.
Hollywood superstars LEONARDO DiCAPRIO and JACK NICHOLSON had a nasty shock during a recent round of golf - when a wild bobcat appeared from out of nowhere.
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 The Jack Nicholson Picture Pages
Nicholson, famous for his shark's grin and sunglasses, has drifting in the movie scene since the 1950s and continues to thrive in later films such as About Schmidt (2002), Anger Management (2003) and Something's Gotta Give (2003).
Jack Nicholson, nicknamed classic bad boy, has been involved with several actresses, notably his 17-year-relationship with actress Anjelica Huston (born on July 8, 1951) and Susan Anspach (born on November 23, 1942).
Nicholson achieved his first break costarring with Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda in the film Easy Rider (1969), for which he was nominated for his first Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.
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 As Good As HE Gets
Jack Nicholson is easily the hippest, wildest, and most talented actor of his generation.
Jack has 3 movies that was ranked in the top one hundred greatest movies of all time.
Jack Nicholson was born in New York City, NY on April 22nd 1937.
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 Amazon.com: As Good As It Gets: DVD: James L. Brooks,Jack Nicholson,Helen Hunt,Greg Kinnear,Cuba Gooding Jr.,Skeet ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
For all of its conventional plotting about an obsessive-compulsive curmudgeon (Jack Nicholson) who improves his personality at the urging of his gay neighbor (Greg Kinnear) and a waitress (Helen Hunt) who inspires his best behavior, this is one of the sharpest Hollywood comedies of the 1990s.
Nicholson could play his role in his sleep (the Oscar he won should have gone to Robert Duvall for The Apostle), but his mischievous persona is precisely necessary to give heart to his seemingly heartless character, who is of all things a successful romance novelist.
Nicholson's interpretation of Udall's incredibly complex character is superb while Helen Hunt's portrayal of a desperately lonely waitress who's inextricably drawn to him and Greg Kinnear's portrayal of a gay artist struggling to come to terms with his sexuality and Udall's incessant verbal abuse are believable and beautifully touching.
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Basically the idea is that you have free reign to do anything with any image (within site guidelines) so long as Jack Nicholson appears in the image in some form or another.
Jack was invited to watch the launch of Friendship7 with JFK.
In this photo we see that Jack's only interest was making love to the cameras while JFK interest was in the launch.
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 HSX Prediction Market: StarBonds® : Jack Nicholson
Perhaps the most charismatic actor to ever step in front of the camera, Jack Nicholson is not so much a legend as he is an icon.
Nicholson began his career under B-movie king Roger Corman, before achieving cult status with the 1969 film Easy Rider.
Nicholson continued his reign through the 1990s with two Oscar nominations, including his most recent Best Actor win, for 1997's As Good as It Gets.
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 Jack Nicholson Collection: Chinatown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Set in pre W.W.II California, CHINATOWN stars Jack Nicholson as J. Gittes, a private detective who specializes in capturing unfaithful spouses on film.
Nicholson breathes life into this film from the very first moment.
SYNOPSIS: Private eye J.J. Gittes (Jack Nicholson) stumbles upon intricate dirty dealings in the Los Angeles waterworks and for that he ends up with stitches in his nostril over which he wears a large bandaid for most of the movie.
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 AskMen.com - Jack Nicholson pics
Jack Nicholson's career began to pick up momentum after his turn in 1969's Easy Rider, alongside Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper.
For many an actor, an Academy Award is a career peak, but for Nicholson, this Oscar was only the beginning of achievements that have yet to let up.
In 1999, Nicholson began a relationship with The Practice's Lara Flynn Boyle, which has since been off and on.
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 Urban Legends Reference Pages: Movies (You Don't Know, Jack)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
  At age 37 Jack Nicholson discovered that the woman he'd always thought his sister was actually his mother.
In preparation for a cover story on Nicholson, a Time magazine reporter phoned Nicholson to check on the extraordinary information that had been unearthed: Jack's "sister" June was in fact Jack's mother, and a man claiming to be his father was alive and well in Ocean Grove, New Jersey.
Nicholson had spent his life up to age 37 assuming that his biological mother, June, was his sister, and that his maternal grandmother, Ethel May, was his mother.
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