In 2010, he starred in his brother's play What Would Woody Do? Wolff co-starred in the comedy film Admission (2013), Palo Alto (2013), and the comedy film Behaving Badly (2014).

"This is going to sound crazy, because she's the biggest super star in the world -- I had never heard of her," Wolff told MTV News.

"She just came in to audition and she was unbelievable. She's perfect for that role." "Paper Towns" is the second John Green novel to become a film -- following close on the heels of smash-hit "Fault In Stars" -- and pulls together a lot of the same team from that film: Wolff (who played a supporting role in "Fault"), as well as Scott Neustadter and Michael H.

Wolff's other film credits include appearing in the Nickelodeon television film special Mr.

Troop Mom (2009), the romantic comedy New Year's Eve (2011), and the independent comedic drama Peace, Love & Misunderstanding (2011).

The benefit concert was a success; it raised over $46,000 and was donated to the children of New York City Fire Department's Squad 18.

Alex eventually joined the band as the drummer; both boys were emboldened by The Beatles.The series earned him one BMI Cable Award for composing the series' music, as well as two Young Artist Award nominations and one KCA nomination for Best TV Actor.The show produced two soundtrack albums and the single "Crazy Car" reached #23 on the Billboard 200.The film was bought by Nickelodeon as the pilot to the television series of the same name (2007–09) which was created, written, produced and directed by his mother, while his father co-starred and produced and supervised the music.Moreover, Nat's younger brother was featured in the ensemble cast and also wrote and performed the music.He portrayed Light Turner in the Netflix adaptation of Death Note (2017).