Jack Nicholson Is Scared Being A Ladies' Man Has Left Him To Die Alone

by Madeline Concannon

Imagine having the entire world know about all of your dating flaws.

In fact, that's Jack Nicholson's real life, and he's not into it.

In a recent interview with Closer magazine, the actor opened up about how his reputation as a womanizer left him with the likely fate of dying alone.

He said,

I would love that one last romance, but I'm not very realistic about it happening. What I can't deny is my yearning.

However, the 77-year-old actor told the magazine he feels uncomfortable approaching women in public at his age.

Nicholson continued,

They think of my reputation – Jack the Jumper – so I'm damned by what women think... I'm definitely still wild at heart, but I've struck biogravity.

The actor isn't a stranger to serious relationships, though: He was married to actress Sandra Knight from 1962 to 1968, and they have a daughter, Jennifer.

His ex-wife described him as “a doting dad" and "the sweetest father," and she said he is especially fond of his grandchildren.

In addition to Knight, Nicholson had a long-term relationship with Anjelica Huston, and he described the time following their breakup, caused by a string of affairs, as the “toughest period of [his] life.”

He said,

I have had everything a man could ask for but no one could say I'm successful with affairs of the heart.

Jack Nicholson, I'm here to tell you we're all rooting for you.

Citations: Jack Nicholson I Am Single and Lonely and Likely to Die Alone (The Telegraph )