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Nicola Peltz Biography
Nicola Peltz is an American actress. Peltz’s breakthrough role came when she played Katara in the 2010 film The Last Airbender. She also co-starred as Bradley Martin in the A&E drama series Bates Motel from 2013 to 2015.
Nicola starred as Tessa Yeager in the fourth Transformers film, Transformers: Age of Extinction in 2014.
Nicola attended Rye Country Day School and later attended the Professional Children’s School along with Nat Wolff where she graduated in 2013.
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Nicola Anne Peltz was born on January 9, 1995 in Westchester County, New York. She is 23 years old as of 2018.
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She was born to Claudia a former model and Nelson Peltz a billionaire businessman. Peltz has four older brothers , two younger brothers, and an older sister. Nicola has two half-siblings from her father’s previous marriages.Nicola Peltz
Two of her brothers are ice hockey defenceman Brad Peltz and actor Will Peltz. Nicola’s father is of Austrian-Jewish and Russian-Jewish descent, while her mother has Italian, German, Welsh, and English ancestry. The New York Times has described her as “compassionate leaders of the New York Jewish community”.
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Peltz is in a relationship with LANY frontman, Paul Klein. She was previously in a relationship with model Anwar Hadid from December 2016 until May 2018.
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Sources told Us Weekly in June 2016 that Justin and Nicola Peltz had been having sleepovers at his Beverly Hills home since meeting at an album release party in Toronto. The singer and the actress were spotted on several dates, but the rumored relationship apparently faded out.
Nicola Peltz Career
When she was 12, Peltz acquired an agent and by age 13 she was starring in a Manhattan Theatre club production of Blackbird alongside Jeff Daniels.
Nicola made her film debut as Mackenzie in the Christmas comedy Deck the Halls in 2006. She then co-starred as Becki in the comedy film Harold in 2008. In June 2008, Peltz appeared in the music video for Miley Cyrus’ single “7 Things”.
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Two years later, Nicola portrayed Katara in the fantasy adventure film The Last Airbender in 2010 which was directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The Last Airbender was universally panned by critics, particularly for Peltz-who is Caucasian-starring as Katara, who in the TV series was originally Inuit.
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Nicola began appearing as part of the main cast in A&E’s drama-thriller series Bates Motel in 2013. In the series, she portrays Bradley Martin, a love interest for the young Norman Bates, alongside co-stars Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga. Nicola left the main cast following the second episode of the second season, but later returned as a guest star for the final three episodes of the third season. She appeared in 14 episodes total.
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She was cast as one of the lead characters, Tessa Yeager, in the fourth Transformers film Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) on March 26, 2013.
She also starred as Kate Miller, opposite Ben Rosenfield and Grant Gustin, in the teen drama film Affluenza in 2014. Nicola walked the runway for Alexander Wang’s last fashion show for Balenciaga at Paris Fashion Week in October 2015. She also joined the cast of the dark comedy film Youth in Oregon (2016). She played Annie Gleason, the daughter of Billy Crudup and Christina Applegate’s characters. She appeared in the music video for Zayn Malik’s single “It’s You” in February 2016.
Nicola has been cast as Chrissy Monroe in the Hulu drama series When the Street Lights Go On which is based on a Black List script of the same name. Peltz appeared in Alex Pettyfer’s directorial debut film Back Roads, and is also set to star alongside Thomas Mann in the sci-fi film Our House which is directed by Anthony Scott Burns.
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Nicola Peltz Net Worth
The American actress has an estimated net worth of $50 million.
Nicola Peltz Height
Nicola stands at a height of 1.66 m.
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Nicola Peltz Interview
Published; June 5, 2014
CHRIS WALLACE: These Transformers movies are a giant, global phenomenon. Is this a childhood dream come true?
NICOLA PELTZ: I have six brothers and one sister. I grew up playing ice hockey, a total tomboy, and that’s what I thought I was going to do—be an ice-hockey player.
WALLACE: Well, you’re built for it.
PELTZ: Clearly. [laughs] But then I did an acting class at my school and really liked it. When I was 12, I got a manager, but my mom was against it. It took a lot of convincing. But when I got a job at Manhattan Theatre Club, I think she saw how passionate I was about it and that I worked really hard—and now she’s super supportive.
WALLACE: Six brothers. Were they very protective of you over boys?
PELTZ: Oh my God, ridiculously protective. Some brothers more than the others, but I definitely go to them for advice. I’ll always be the baby in the family. I’m the youngest sister, but growing up with so many boys, it makes you tough. You get teased. There’s no tiptoeing around each other. You say it the way it is; you’re honest.
WALLACE: The previous female Transformers stars are, shall we say, very pinup-y. Are you comfortable with sex-symbol-dom?
PELTZ: I play a daughter, so this one is different. She is younger than the other Transformers girls. Rosie [Huntington-Whiteley, star of Transformers: Dark of the Moon] was about 24, and I play 16 or 17. My character is still in high school. She’s not allowed to have a boyfriend. It’s a father-daughter story.
WALLACE: You are playing these daughters who are on a cusp—they’re awakening. Kate, for example, the girl in Affluenza, is she a man-eater or a lost little girl?
PELTZ: You look at her and you think, “Oh my God, she should be the happiest girl in the world.” She has everything she wants but she’s so unhappy. I guess I am most attracted to a character-driven role that’s different from me. Kate and Bradley, from Bates Motel—you think they should be happy and put together, and you see them go home and see how broken they are inside. In the second season of Bates, Bradley goes to the mental hospital and goes off the wall. I filmed that while we were shooting Transformers, so it was fun to go back and forth, from Vancouver to Chicago, running from robots one day, and then, “Okay, now I’m going to kill myself.”
WALLACE: Affluenza is sort of a modern Gatsby story on Long Island. Is it at all similar to the world where you grew up in upstate New York?
PELTZ: You can definitely relate. You see people, you judge. It’s just the human thing to do—good or bad, it’s a fact. Like when you get a coffee at Starbucks and the person is rude to you. My mom always says, “Yeah, but you don’t know what kind of day they’re having.” You don’t know the backstory, and that’s why it’s so fun to be an actor and to get into the backstory.
WALLACE: Kate is sort of dating two guys—actually, I don’t know what she’s doing.
PELTZ: I don’t know what she’s doing either. Crazy Kate. [laughs]
WALLACE: So it’s not like you disapprove, but you’re not for dating two guys?
PELTZ: Personally? No guys. I’m not dating anyone.
PELTZ: I’m too busy right now. There’s too much drama involved in all of that. Can you imagine dating two guys?
WALLACE: Well, Vancouver and Chicago. It happens—set romances.
PELTZ: [laughs] Exactly. My friends ask me for advice about guys, because I have so many brothers and I see what guys go through. And there’s just this stage in a guy’s life where they need to be free and have fun and just be independent and enjoy their life. And, no offense, boys are more immature than girls. Knowing that and not wanting any BS in my life—not having time for it—you just have to be smart about it. Obviously, if you’re really attracted to someone and you’re in love with them, that’s fine. But I see all my brothers and how they act and … to be picky is good.
WALLACE: Do you like the process of auditioning?
PELTZ: There are good and bad things to it. You have to get used to the word no. I hear no all the time. When I was going into acting, my mom said, “You can’t let that faze you. And if it does faze you, if you start getting upset if people say no, that’s it—pull the plug.”
WALLACE: Did you ever lie on your acting résumé?
PELTZ: Not exactly but, when I was 12, I had the résumé with the picture on the back, and mine had such weird things. For talents, my mom wrote “bungee jumping” because I did it at a mall once.
WALLACE: That counts.
PELTZ: I remember going into the audition, and they were like, “Oh wow, you bungee jump professionally?” I was like, “No, I just did it in a mall.” And they kind of got offended. “Sorry!” It also said I played tennis. I had played tennis once in my life.
WALLACE: Do you go to parties and stuff?
PELTZ: Yeah! I’m still a 19-year-old girl. I have friends, and being with them is enough for me. I don’t need to do something crazy.
WALLACE: Are you envious of friends your age? Do you wish you were doing more normal things?
PELTZ: My best friend is in her first year of college, and she always tells me, “Oh, I wish you could be at the same school with me.” But when you have your passion, you never even think about other things. It’s tunnel vision. You go until you get it. Or maybe that’s just me.