Nat Wolff's Romantic History Includes Miranda Cosgrove, Margaret Qualley, and Grace Van Patten

Nat Wolff has been in the spotlight since the early years of his adolescence, starring alongside his brother Alex on Nickelodeon's hit series "The Naked Brothers Band." After the show came to an end in 2009, Wolff went on to further his career with roles in films like "The Fault in Our Stars," "Paper Towns," "Palo Alto," and more. Wolff has also continued working on music with his younger brother under their band name Nat & Alex Wolff. They recently dropped a new single titled "Head's on Loose."

While juggling his career, Wolff β€” who is set to star as Craig in Prime Video's new series "The Consultant" out Feb. 24 β€” has also been involved in his fair share of public romances. In the late 2000s, he dated fellow Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove. While their teen romance fizzled out after some time, Wolff has since been linked to a handful of other celebs, including Grace Van Patten and Margaret Qualley.

Keep reading for a look at the actor's dating history over the years.

Miranda Cosgrove
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Miranda Cosgrove

Wolff and Cosgrove were rumored to have dated at the height of both of their Nickelodeon careers in 2008. But Cosgrove told TigerBeat in 2010 that she and Wolff were "only friends." However, in a 2011 interview with Seventeen (via People), Cosgrove opened up about going through a rough breakup. While she didn't name Wolff specifically, many speculated her heartbreak was due to their reported split.

"I've only had one serious boyfriend, but we dated for three years," the "iCarly" actor said at the time. "We broke up not that long ago. He's the one guy I really, really liked. People say they have that one person they never forget β€” I feel like that. Even though we don't talk too much anymore, he'll be the one who got away."

Margaret Qualley
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Margaret Qualley

While the exact years of Wolff's relationship with Qualley remain unknown, the two made their red carpet debut as a couple at the 2014 premiere of "The Fault in Our Stars." In a 2016 interview with Vs. Magazine, Qualley spoke about how she visited Wolff on the set of Gia Coppola's indie "Palo Alto."

The following year, Qualley confirmed she and Wolff had broken up when he was referred to as her "ex-boyfriend" in an interview with British Vogue. That same year, Qualley and Wolff also starred together in the 2017 horror film "Death Note."

Suki Waterhouse
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Suki Waterhouse

Wolff and Waterhouse sparked romance rumors in 2015 after they were photographed at a The Strokes concert in London. The following night, the actor was spotted sneaking out of Waterhouse's home in photos obtained by the Daily Mail. However, their romance appeared to be short-lived as they split after a few weeks, according to Elle.

Bella Thorne
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Bella Thorne

Wolff and Thorne were the talk of the town when they were spotted sharing a hug after dining together in Los Angeles in February 2017, per the Daily Mail. However, it's still unclear if they were romantically involved or simply hanging out as friends.

Grace Van Patten
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Grace Van Patten

Wolff and Van Patten dated from 2017 to 2021. The "Tell Me Lies" actor confirmed their relationship in December 2017 when she shared a sweet birthday tribute for Wolff on Instagram, writing, "Happy birthday handsome πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™."

In addition to attending several red carpet events together, they starred alongside each other in 2019's "Good Posture." The last time they were spotted together was at the premiere of Amazon Studios's "Panic" in May 2021, and while they never publicly announced their breakup, Van Patten has since moved on with her "Tell Me Lies" costar Jackson White.