Jack Nicholson is Seen For The First Time in Two Years, And It Doesn’t Look Good

What’s going on with Jack Nicholson?

He’s become a recluse and his friends are really worried about him. He won’t leave his house. Is it a phobia, mental illness, sickness, or perhaps fear? 

Whatever the case may be, Jack hasn’t been seen in pubic in two years… 

Until now. 

Jack was spotted on his balcony for the first time in two years, and truth be told, he doesn’t look so well. 

Jack looks unkept and very tired… but in all fairness, he is 85-years-old.

Daily Mail reported that Jack Nicholson has been seen for the first time in 18 months, hanging out on the balcony of his infamous Mullholland Drive compound in Beverly Hills.

The three-time Oscar winner's disheveled appearance comes after multiple reports suggested the star's pals were concerned he would die alone, in a similar manner to his former next door neighbor and fellow screen legend Marlon Brando. 

Nicholson, 85, is arguably La La Land's most famous bachelor. He was married for four years prior to making it in Hollywood. His most famous romance with Angelica Houston ended nearly 25 years ago. 

The Shining star was last seen in October 2021 alongside his doppelganger son, Ray, sitting courtside watching his beloved LA Lakers. Ray, 31, is one of the few people that Nicholson keeps in contact with, according to reports. 

On Thursday, Nicholson was pictured enjoying the fresh air overlooking Franklin Canyon Reservoir. He wore a loose-fitting pale orange shirt and baggy sweatpants as he leaned up against a balcony railing on the crisp morning outing. 


Nicholson took turns sitting and standing while enjoying the Los Angeles morning. In video exclusively obtained by DailyMail.com, birds could be heard chirping while he tapped on the balcony railings. 

At one point, the One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest star keenly observed a helicopter flying overhead. 

'He's made it clear his home is his castle. But people just wish he'd come out of the house and pop up to tell them how — or at least reassure folks he's OK,' an unnamed friend told Radar Online in January. 

'Jack's in touch with certain relatives — especially Ray, his protégé, who he's so proud of — but his socializing days are long gone,' they added. 

I have a feeling that he got spooked after COVID and just retired into his “safe space.” Sadly, this happened to a lot of people. 

That is the power of the media's fear mongering and propaganda.

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