Nick Loeb – Biography of Nick Loeb

Nicholas Mears, better known as Nick Loeb He was born in the United States on August 2, 1975. His father is John Langeloth Loeb Jr and his second wife Meta Matindell Harrsen. His father was the United States ambassador to Denmark during the years 1981 and 1983 and a year later, he was a delegate to the United Nations.

After his parents’ divorce, little Nick who was only one year old was raised by his father on New York’s Upper East Side. He attended Lomis Chaffee School.

However, a tragedy would pass through his life, when in 1996 her mother killed her third husband Jeff Bauer and then he took his own life.

Despite the terrible event, Nick continued with his higher education and in 1998 he obtained a bachelor’s degree in management and finance from Tulane University.

Upon completion of your university studies worked for mike nichols in the film Primary Colors in the studio of his uncle Universal Studios and later he was a producer and actor in The Smokers, where there were actors such as Phillips Busy, Dominique Swain and Tora Birch.

Next to Barbra Streisend produced the PBS documentary The Century Living. Later, he moved to Florida and worked with Lehman Brothers to later found Carbon Soluciones Latina, a company that offers advice and services to corporate and government clients.

In 2006 he created the Loeb Food company and years later he founded the Crunchy Condimentos Company, which sells crunch onion, an onion with fried stuffing, a product that became very popular in more than 17,000 locations.

For 2008 he was co-president of finance and was as participant for Rudy Giuliani’s presidential campaign and then he served as a Republican receiving the support of Giuliani.

In the first moment, Loeb wanted to run for the United States SenateBut because his health was affected by injuries sustained in a 2010 car accident, he changed his mind.

Loeb married Swedish model Anna Pettersson, but they later divorced. Then he got engaged to the Colombian actress SofĂ­a Vergara.