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Judd Nelson

American actor
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Net worth 2018: $8 Million
Residence: Portland, Maine, United States
Country: United States
BirthDay: 28 November 1959
Height: 1.78 m
Education: Haverford College

Judd Nelson was bornon 28 November 1959 in Portland, Maine, United States, American, is American actor. Born in a generation where heroes were credited with fame, Judd Nelson altered the belief with his antihero and bad guy image. Nelson secured the love of the audience for playing the character of a baddie or villain in the films. Raised in a privileged Jewish family, Nelson originally did not intend to take up acting as a profession. He instead had enrolled at the prestigious Haverford College to attain a degree in philosophy. However, destiny had other plans in store for him. He was bit by the acting bug when he accompanied his friend who was auditioning for a role. Though Nelson got his first break with the film, ‘Making the Grade’, he gained the star status in the subsequent ventures, ‘The Breakfast Club’ and ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’. For the next two decades, he appeared in films of varying genres such as comedy, drama, thriller, psychological suspense movies and so on. He is best noted for his antihero flicks, his intense stare and dark smoldering looks adding a sense of credibility to his characters. Other than films, he has been featured in numerous television series. Lately, he has even authored books. To know more about his life and works, read through the following lines.


$8 Million


He gave a voice-over for the films, ‘Ben 10, 000’ and ‘Ben 10 Omniverse’Other than films, he ventured into the arena of books and came up with four releases with Kindle in 2013 titled ‘The Power of Speech’, ‘Nine of Diamonds’, ‘The Gig’ and ‘Water Music’


In 2012, he played the role of Headmaster Nash in the live-action feature film ‘Bad Kids Go to Hell’


He was also seen reprising his role of John Bender in an episode of ‘Family Guy’In 2009, he reprised his role of Rodimus Prime in the film ‘Transformers Animated’


In 2000, he starred in the psychological thriller, ‘Cabin by the Lake’


From mere acting, he extended his artistic endeavours and served as the writer, producer and actor in the thriller, ‘Every Breath’In 1996, he was cast in a significant role in the NBC television sitcom; ‘Suddenly Susan’


In 1994, he starred in four movies of varying genres


From 1991 to 1993, he appeared in a couple of movies, such as ‘The Dark Backward’, ‘New Jack City’, ‘Primary Motive’ and ‘Entangled’


His perfect portrayal of the character in the same earned him Golden Globe Award nominationHe wrapped up the decade on a strong note with impressive performances in William Lustig thriller, ‘Relentless’, Adam Rifkin’s road drama, ‘Never on Tuesday’ and Tommy Chong’s ‘Far Out Man’The year 1990 saw him play a full-fledged role in the World War II drama ‘Hiroshima: Out of the Ashes’


Year 1987 witnessed the release of the hit miniseries, ‘Billionaires Boys Club’ a courtroom thriller based on actual events


In 1984, he made his debut as an actor in the film, ‘Making the Grade’


Eventually, he moved to Manhattan in 1980 to take up an acting course with Stella Adler Conservatory

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