Jack Nicholson: From B Movies to Decades on the A List

Jack Nicholson was born on this day in 1937 in Neptune City, New Jersey. Beginning with a string of low budget films with director Roger Corman, Nicholson broke through with “Easy Rider” in 1969. The most nominated male in Academy history, he has won the Oscar three times: for “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”, “As Good as it Gets” and “Terms of Endearment”. Nicholson has also won six Golden Globe Awards and was a 2001 recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors.

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