|Full Name||Honey Hollman|
|Father Name||Jack Nicholson|
|Mother Name||Winnie Hollman|
|Sibilings||Jennifer Nicholson, Lorraine Nicholson, Ray Nicholson and Caleb James Goddard|
|Filmography||Empire North and Go' aften Danmark|
Honey Hollman is an actress famous for Empire North and Go’ aften Danmark. She is also popular as a star kid of an American filmmaker and actor, Jack Nicholson. Likewise, her mother Winnie Hollman is also one of the notable actresses of Hollywood industry.
Honey Hollman was born in 1981 in Denmark. She holds a Danish nationality and belongs to the Caucasian ethnicity.
She is the daughter of the celebrity parents Winnie Hollman, and Jack Nicholson. Well, this celebrity child has altogether four half-siblings, Ray Nicholson, Jennifer Nicholson, Lorraine Nicholson.
Honey is the daughter of Jack and Winnie. Both of her parents are from the entertainment industry. Her father is a famous actor as well as a film director. Likewise, her mother is also a popular actress. She was raised by her single mother but still shares a good and close bonding with her dad and half-siblings.
The 38-year-old Honey Hollman, as of 2019, is probably single. She is mysterious when it comes to her private life so, she keeps her life low profile.
Hollman rarely makes public appearances and that creates curiosity among the public. With limited information, we can only assume her being single as there are no reports of her dating or married life.
Honey Hollman enjoys an impressive net worth through his career. According to some sources, the average salary of an actor in the USA is $50,313 per year with $1,015 bonus, $54,000 commission, and $850 profit sharing.
Honey might receive a similar amount from her acting career. Additionally, she earns from advertisements, endorsements deal, and commercial.
On the other hand, her father, Jack has a net worth $400 million.
Hollman has followed her parents’ path and decided to make her career in the acting field. She is popular for her appearances in Empire North and Go’ aften Danmark.