• January 14th, 2015

    Jack and his fear of being alone in Closer Weekly

    Jack and his fear of being alone in Closer Weekly

    Jack Nicholson rarely ventures out of his home these days, but he recently visited an exhibit of photographs of the ‘Rolling Stones’ at LA’s Taschen Gallery.

    While there, he kept a low profile. “He didn’t want to draw much attention,” artist Katrien Van der Schueren, an eyewitness, tells ‘Closer.’ “He wanted to be left alone.” But don’t mistake Jack for Greta Garbo: He ultimately doesn’t want to be alone. “I would love that one last romance,” he says. “But I’m not very realistic about it happening. What I can’t deny is my yearning.”

    Or his fear. Says a source closer to Jack, “He’s afraid of dying alone in that house,” a Mulholland Drive mansion that his children have been hoping he’ll sell. “They’ve been encouraging him to downsize and move into a more manageable place in Beverly Hills,” adds the source. “But he loves his old place in the Hollywood Hills.”

    Jack knows he may be fighting a losing battle with his solitary fate. “I’m definitely still wild at heart, but I’ve struck biogravity,” he says. “I can’t hit on women in public anymore. I didn’t decide this; it just doesn’t feel right at my age.” It’s the end of an epic era of womanizing for the famously hard-partying lothario. “If you dated Jack, you knew it would be an exciting experience filled with passion and fun,” says a friend. “But you also knew it would be short-lived.”

    Well, not always, Jack was married once, to Sandra Knight. “We had a very beautiful, sweet marriage,” Sandra exclusively tells ‘Closer’ of their 1962 to ’68 bond.

    To read the full story on Jack, pick up the new issue of ‘Closer Weekly,’ on newsstands now!
    (Photo Credit: Getty - Jack with his longtime love Anjelica Huston in January 1976.)

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Paola - Tuesday, 8th Dec 2015 @ 13:05


Sharyn Tadolini - Thursday, 22nd Oct 2015 @ 16:26

Strange you should feel that waydying alone. But, when I think about it, I pretty much feel the same way? I think that anyone, man or woman, over 60, that has "lived their life," loved much or given their heart over & over again, feels exactly the same.

Karen dempsey - Sunday, 27th Sep 2015 @ 06:22

Jesus you gave me perfection with Milos in cuckoos nest you won't die alone if you lay that oscarnext to you and know that was a perfect piece of work. Who wants to die laying next to mediocrity when ya got that. Thanks.

Barbara Pomposo - Monday, 20th Jul 2015 @ 21:23

DON'T sell the house!!!

nathan - Wednesday, 22nd Apr 2015 @ 03:58

Wish you many more happy returns of the day smile

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