Nathaniel Marvin Wolff born December 17,  is an American actor, musician, and singer-songwriter. He gained recognition for composing the music for The Naked Brothers Band — , a Nickelodeon television series he starred in with his younger brother Alex that was created by their actress mother Polly Draper. He later became known for his lead role in the film Paper Towns , and other films such as Admission , Behaving Badly , and Palo Alto , each of which premiered in Wolff also co-starred in the highly successful theatrical film, The Fault in Our Stars before portraying Ed in the film Ashby in He and his younger brother starred in the film, Stella's Last Weekend that is written and directed by their mother, who also starred in the film.
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They were rumoured to be growing close last month, after he split from his long-term model girlfriend Taylor Bagley over the summer. The Arctic Monkeys rocker, 32, looked utterly smitten as he smooched and chatted to Louise, who is a dead ringer for his ex of five years, Alexa Chung. The pair looked to be getting on famously, laughing away as they chatted while sipping on cocktails at the luxury hotel. Louise went for a quintessentially French vibe in a chambray sundress teamed with pumps, a beret and a blazer slung over her shoulders. Alex, meanwhile, stuck to his signature retro look in a pale pink shirt tucked into high-waisted trousers and leather boots. Things only recently ended with Taylor so he isn't rushing into anything serious. Her friends know he is exactly her type so she is obviously very happy they have grown close.
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Activists proudly marched in their undies as they took to the streets of Melbourne for the sixth day of demonstrations. Look at all those lovely bods! The semi-naked protesters waved flags emblazoned with hourglasses - a symbol of time running out - as painted slogans on their bodies told the world to "act now" on climate change. Others covered themselves in what looked like blood and oil and scrawled "Business as usual" on their stomachs, as a challenge to the world's governments and corporations to do more. Australia's sunny protest contrasted with those in rainy London , where campaigners battled dreary weather to plan actions and marches across the capital.