Nicholas Hammond Biography
Nicholas Hammond is an American actor and writer best known for his role as spiderman in the series, The Amazing Spider-Man. He was born on May 15th, 1950 in Washington DC.
He is the son to Colonel Thomas West Hammond Jr. and his wife, Eileen Hammond. He has an elder brother, David, who was born in 1946. His father died in 1970.
Nicholas Hammond Age
He was born on May 15th, 1950 in Washington DC. He is 68 years old as of 2018.
Nicholas Hammond Wife
He was married to Laura Soli in 1980 but they divorced in 1984. He then moved to Australia in the mid-1980s and he is currently living in Sydney with Australian actress, Robyn Nevin. The two are just close friends.
Nicholas Hammond Acting Career
Hammond was 11 years of age when he made his acting presentation in the Broadway play The Complaisant Lover, in 1961. Simultaneously, he started to go for the 1963 film Lord of the Flies, which denoted his film debut.
After this, Hammond made what was to be his most noticeable screen job for a long time as Friedrich von Trapp (the senior of the two young men) in 1965 hit The Sound of Music.
Hammond’s next acting job came in 1970 when he showed up in Conduct Unbecoming. This was his first job as a grown-up. In 1972, Hammond showed up as Peter Linder in Skyjacked. In 1973, he showed up on The Brady Bunch, in season 4, scene #090, “The Subject Was Noses”, as the secondary school hunk Doug Simpson who loses enthusiasm for Marcia after her terrible football mishap. That year, he likewise showed up The Waltons scene, “The Townie”, as Theodore Claypool, Jr.
Subsequent to making the change from adolescent to youthful driving man, he spent a few seasons in daytime cleansers, for example, General Hospital. He additionally showed up on numerous TV programs of the 1970s, including Hawaii Five-O.
In the late 1970s, Hammond re-joined individual The Sound of Music alumna Heather Menzies (who played Louisa von Trapp) for one scene of the TV adjustment of Logan’s Run. He likewise added to The Sound of Music Family Scrapbook.
From 1977 to 1979, Hammond assumed the job for which he is maybe best known, as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the TV arrangement The Amazing Spider-Man.
Hammond depicted his way to deal with the character: “I enjoyed taking a dream saint and making him acceptable as an individual. I made it obvious going into it that I wasn’t keen on accomplishing something that was only a camp joke.”
The arrangement disclosed sporadically on CBS, with 13 scenes airing more than two seasons. A pilot motion picture showed up in the fall of 1977, with the arrangement returning as a mid-season swap for five scenes in the spring of 1978.
While the show did well in the evaluations, CBS was reluctant to focus on an ordinary timeslot because of its generally feeble appearing in the rewarding grown-up statistic. The subsequent season disclosed six scenes, each an hour-long, in the fall of 1978 and winter of 1979, with a last two-hour scene in the mid-year of that year.
In spite of the fact that Hammond played Peter Parker in the TV arrangement, in the majority of the scenes where Spider-Man is seen performing stunts or without exchange, a trick twofold was recorded by a second camera unit.
After the Spider-Man arrangement finished, Hammond visitor featured on various top of the line TV shows of the mid-1980s, including The Love Boat, Magnum, P.I., Murder, She Wrote, and he assumed repeating jobs on Falcon Crest and Dallas.
In the wake of being given a role as yachtsman Dennis Conner in the 1986 Australian TV miniseries The Challenge, about the 1983 America’s Cup challenge, Hammond enjoyed the nation so much that he chose to remain. He later turned into an Australian native and has from that point forward showed up in a few TV miniseries recorded in Australia.
Among these was a significant job as an American WW-II official situated in Far North Queensland, in the major miniseries Fields of Fire, arrangement I and II, set in the stick fields of tropical Australia.
His character spoke to the gentler side of the way of life conflict among Australians and Americans. He had a featuring job as Sir Ivor Creevy-Thorne in Mirror, Mirror, an Australia/New Zealand expanded miniseries (a total story of 20 serialized scenes, with cliffhangers between every one of the scenes).
Hammond likewise visitor featured in different Australian TV arrangement, including sarcastic TV projects, for example, BackBerner and CNNNN, the sci-fi program Farscape, and sensational arrangement, for example, The Flying Doctors, MDA, and the Australian/USA co-generation Mission: Impossible (which was shot in Australia).
In 2005, Hammond depicted TV maker Aaron Spelling in Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure, a fictionalized TV motion picture dependent on the creation and off camera generation of Dynasty.
Hammond is an author for Australian TV, having composed both the miniseries A Difficult Woman and the TV motion picture Secret Men’s Business.
In 2009, he made his coordinating presentation with Lying Cheating Bastard, a play he co-composed with performer James Galea. In 2019 he depicted executive Sam Wanamaker in the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.
Nicholas Hammond Movies And TV Shows
- Lord of the Flies
- The Sound of Music
- Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me
- Cherry Blossoms
- Spider-Man Strikes Back
- Spider-Man: The Dragon’s Challenge
- Emerald City
- Beyond My Reach
- Black Cobra 2
- Paradise Road
- Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles
- The Rage in Placid Lake
- The Saviour
- Turkey Shoot
- The BBQ
- Ladies in Black
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
- The Defenders
- Soldier in Love
- Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones
- The Brady Bunch
- The Waltons
- Double Solitaire
- Sorority Kill
- Dirty Sally
- Lucas Tanner
- Rich Man, Poor Man
- Law of the Land
- Hawaii Five-O
- The Fantastic Journey
- The Oregon Trail
- Eight Is Enough
- Logan’s Run
- The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries
- The Amazing Spider-Man
- The Martian Chronicles
- The Love Boat
- The Manions of America
- Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color
- The Adventures of Pollyanna
- Falcon Crest
- Magnum, P.I.
- Crazy Like a Fox
- Murder, She Wrote
- General Hospital
- The Challenge
- Cyclone Tracy
- The Flying Doctors
- Mission: Impossible
- Trouble in Paradise
- Frankie’s House
- The Feds: Terror
- Irresistible Force
- The Damnation of Harvey McHugh
- Mirror, Mirror
- 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
- 13 Gantry Row
- Tales of the South Seas
- On The Beach
- The Lost World
- Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story
- Future Tense
- Always Greener
- CNNNN: Chaser Non-Stop News Network
- Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure
- The Jesters
- Climb Every Mountain
Nicholas Hammond Spiderman
He played the role of Peter Parker/Spiderman in the TV series, The Amazing Spiderman, from 1077-1979. The series was on air on CBS with 13 episodes airing over 2 seasons. A man receives superhuman power when bitten by a radioactive spider.
First episode date: 14 September 1977
Based on: Spider-Man; by Stan Lee; Steve Ditko
Production locations: Los Angeles, New York City
Nicholas Hammond Sound of Music
He played the character role of Friedrich von Trapp in this 1965 movie. A tuneful, heartwarming story, it is based on the real-life story of the Von Trapp Family singers, one of the world’s best-known concert groups in the era immediately preceding World War II. Julie Andrews plays the role of Maria, the tomboyish postulant at an Austrian abbey who becomes a governess in the home of a widowed naval captain with seven children and brings a new love of life and music into the home.
Initial release: 2 March 1965 (New York City)
Director: Robert Wise
Screenplay: Ernest Lehman, George Hurdalek
Nicholas Hammond Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
He portrays Sam Wanamaker in this 2019 movie. In 1969 Los Angeles, a former Western star and his longtime stunt double struggle to find success in a Hollywood that they don’t recognize anymore.
Initial release: 26 July 2019 (USA)
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Budget: $95–100 million
Screenplay: Quentin Tarantino
Production companies: Sony Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Heyday Films, Polybona Films