NICK NOLTE (Earl Moss) is an accomplished actor, a two-time Academy Award nominee, and producer with his own production company, Kingsgate Films. Nolte will next be seen in director James Ivory's "The Golden Bowl," in which he co-stars with Uma Thurman and Jeremy Northam. Nolte also recently reteamed with director Alan Rudolph to film "Investigating Sex," in which he will star opposite Neve Campbell and Robin Tunney. Other recent films include "Affliction," for which he received Academy Award, Golden Globe and Independent Film nominations for Best Actor; Oliver Stone's "U-Turn," co-starring Sean Penn and Jennifer Lopez; "Afterglow," produced by Robert Altman; William Friedkin's "Blue Chips) " and "Jefferson In Paris," in which he portrayed Thomas Jefferson. He has also earned critical acclaim for his performances in "I'll Do Anything;" "Lorenzo's Oil," co-starring Susan Sarandon; "Down and Out in Beverly Hills;" "48 Hours" with Eddie Murphy; "Under Fire;" "Extreme Prejudice;" Martin Scorsese's "Cape Fear," and "New York Stories;" and "The Prince of Tides," in which he starred opposite Barbra Streisand and received a Golden Globe Award and an Oscar nomination for Best Actor. Mr. Nolte spent 14 years in thcatre prior to landing his breakthrough role in the legendary television series, "Rich Man, Poor Man," and the film "Who'll Stop The Rain." Some of his favorite works include playwright William Inge's THE LAST PAD, and PICNIC, directed by James Gammon. Future projects include "Best Of Enemies," a film based on the true story of a relationship between a Klansman and a militant African-American woman in South Carolina in the early Sixties.