Born Nicholas Kim Coppola in 1964, Nicolas Cage is a nephew to legendary director Francis Ford Coppola.
After changing his name in his late teens, Cage landed a small part in 1982's teen classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Since then he has starred in many Hollywood hits, including 1987's Raising Arizona, 2000's The Family Man and 2002's Adaptation.
He won an Oscar for his role as a Elvis impersonator in 1995's Leaving Las Vegas. Cage took his love of Elvis to an all-new level when he married the King's daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, in 2002. They divorced in 2004.
Cage also was married to Patricia Arquette. The two divorced in 2001 after six years of marriage.
He's currently married to Alice Kim and they have a son, Kal-El, born in 2005.