Sharyn Haddad: Everything About Nick Nolte’s Ex-Wife

Sharyn Haddad: Everything About Nick Nolte's Ex-Wife

Who is Sharyn Haddad?

Sharyn Haddad is an author and a former dancer, well known for being the ex-wife of famous American actor Nicholas King Nolte. The couple met at a renowned restaurant disco in 1977 and married on May 10, 1978. While together, the couple never had any children.

Sharyn was born to a small family in Rhode Island, United Kingdom. According to her official website, she was raised by her parents, together with her two siblings, a brother and a sister.

In terms of formal education, Sharyn first attended Rhode Island College, where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She later went to University of Rhode Island, where earned her second degree in Adult Eduaction.

Currently, Sharyn Haddad works as an author, and also a lecturer at Community College of Rhode Island, as a lecturer in both Psycology and English. She spent her free time writing and also telling stories of her life as a young girl.

Sharyn Haddad can be described as an average-height lady, quite slim and beautiful, with short brownish hair, which complements her stunning brown eyes. She is a lady of style with a natural talent for dancing.

Sharyn Haddad has two children

As per a biography on Sharyn’s official website, it is revealed that after her divorce from Nicholas Nolte, she went ahead to get married for the second time. Though no information was revealed about her current husband, the two love birds are known to have been married for thirty-six years now. This union of Sharyn and her second husband, has produced two children, a daughter and a son.

Nicholas, on the other hand, had a son and daughter with his third wife, Rebecca Linger, with a son named Brawley, born in 1986, and a daughter in 1983, whose name was not disclosed. Nicholas also had another daughter with his current wife, Clytie Lane, named Sophia, born in 2007. Exact details about his children are nearly impossible due to a personal decision to keep their lives off the media.

Nick Nolte: Sharyn Haddad’s Ex-husband

Sharyn Haddad’s ex-husband, Nicholas King, was born in Omaha, Nebraska, on February 8, 1941. Franklin Arthur Nolte, his father, was a farmer’s kid (1904–1978) who ran away from home, almost dropped out of high school, and lettered in football three times at Iowa State University (1929–1931). His mother, Helen, co-owned an antique business and transitioned from buying at department stores to dealing in antiques.

His father was German. Matthew Leander King, Nolte’s maternal grandfather, developed the hollow-tile silo and took part in early flight. At Iowa State University, his maternal grandmother oversaw the student union. Nancy, his elder sister, is working as a Red Cross executive.

In Waterloo, Iowa, Nolte went to Kingsley Elementary School. He attended Westside High School in Omaha, where he played on the football team as the kicker. He went to Benson High School as well, but was dismissed after being found drinking beer during practice after disguising it before. He attended Pasadena City College in Southern California, Arizona State University in Tempe (on a football scholarship), Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, and Phoenix College in Phoenix after graduating from high school in 1959.

Sharyn’s ex-husband, Nicholas King, earned letters at Eastern Arizona as a tight end and defensive end in football, a basketball forward, and a baseball team catcher. After dropping out of school due to poor results, he started a serious career in theater. Sharyn Haddad’s ex-husband, Nicholas King, worked at Omaha’s Brewery while he was in college. Nolte spent several years touring the nation and performing in regional theater, including three years at the Old Log Theater in Minnesota, after stints at the Pasadena Playhouse and the Stella Adler Academy in Los Angeles.

Sharyn Haddad’s ex-husband, Nicholas King, has won a Golden Globe Award and been nominated for three Academy Awards and a Primetime Emmy Award for his leading man performances in dramas and romantic comedies. Nolte initially gained notoriety for his part in the ABC miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man (1976), for which he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. For his work in The Prince of Tides (1991), he received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama. For The Prince of Tides (1991), Affliction (1998), and Warrior (2011), he garnered three Academy Award nods.

Along with Teachers (1984), some of his other well-known films include Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986), Lorenzo’s Oil (1992), The Thin Red Line (1998), The Good Thief (2002), Hulk (2003), Jefferson in Paris (1995), Hotel Rwanda (2004), The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008), Tropic Thunder (2008), Over the Hedge (2006), Another 48 Hours (1990), Cape Fear (1991), and The Company You Keep (2001).

Among Nolte’s notable television appearances are the Fox miniseries Gracepoint (2014), the Disney+ series The Mandalorian (2019), the HBO series Luck (2011–2012), and the Peacock crime drama Poker Face (2023). He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Musical or Comedy for his work as President Richard Graves in the Epix comedy Graves from 2016 to 2017.