Nick Cassavetes's personal life has always been surrounded by controversies, including July 2012's controversy when he was defending himself from incest & his linked in gay marriage. Married twice with one subsequent divorce, Nick was initially married to Isabelle Rafalovich. Nick married Isabelle in 1985 & together welcomed their two daughters, named Virginia Sara in 1986 & Sasha in 1988, which was before divorcing her. Later, Nick took actress Heather Wahlquist as his second wife & is happily married to her ever since.
A man of dashing personality and great acting ability, Nick Cassavetes is an illustrious personality in America, who has established himself as successful actor, filmmaker and screenwriter. Earlier, as a child actor, Nick had starred in two of his father's movie, including 1970's "Husbands" & 1974's "A Woman Under the Influence". In his adult career, Nick has appeared in movies, including "Face/Off", "The Astronaut's Wife", "The Wraith", "Backstreet Dreams", "Class of 1999 II: The Substitute", and among others. Moreover, Nick has also directed several successful movies, including "She's So Lovely", "My Sister's Keeper", "John Q", "Alpha Dog", "Unhook the Stars" and "The Notebook". Also had adapted screenplay for "Blow", Nick has also written the dialogue for Justin Timberlake's music video "What Goes Around… Comes Around". Nick has also appeared in fifth season of World Poker Tour (WPT) Invitational, finishing at fifth place. Additionally, Nick has also starred on fifth season of The Game Show Network's "High Stakes Poker". Also a renowned television personality, Nick has also appeared as himself in seventh season of HBO's "Entourage" & as well in a cameo appearance as Tattoo Joe in "The Hangover: Part II".
Born as Nicholas David Rowland Cassavetes, the child of Greek-American film director & actor John Cassavetes & his actress spouse Gena Rowlands, Nick's birth took place in New York City, United States, on May 21st, 1959. As both of his parents were from entertainment industry, Nick had his upbringing surrounded by film industry, initiating acting career wasn’t his first choice, and he first attended Syracuse University on basketball scholarship. However, Nick's athletic career efficiently ended by injury, after which he decided to rethink his aspiration of becoming actor & ultimately joined the American Academy of Dramatic Arts located in New York.
Globally renowned veteran actor, director and screenwriter Nick Cassavetes is best known for appearing in movies, like "Backstreet Dreams", "Face/Off", "The Wraith", "Class of 1999 II: The Substitute", and many others.