James Woods Actor

James Woods is a 75 years old actor from United States of America from Vernal, Utah. He was born on April 18, 1947 in Vernal, Utah as James Howard Woods.

James Woods

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Biography

James Howard Woods is an American film stage and television actor. After his first Golden Globe nomination for a breakthrough role in The Onion Field Woods starred in Once Upon a Time in America the Oliver Stone films Salvador and Nixon Ghosts of Mississippi and in the legal series Shark. He has won three Emmy Awards – for television movies Promise and My Name Is Bill W. and for the animated series Hercules. He has been nominated twice for an Academy Award.
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His real name:
Birth name of James Woods is James Howard Woods
Is James Woods still alive?

Yes, James Woods is still alive Last check: 1 year ago

James Woods net worth

He has a net worth of 10 million dollars.

Works

James Woods Movies (104)

There are 104 movies of James Woods.

His first feature film was Scary Movie 2 (2001, as Father McFeely). He was 54 when he starred in this movie. Since 2001, he has appeared in 104 feature films. The last one is The Gift of Love (1978). In this movie, we watched him in the Alfred Browning character .

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James Woods movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films he starred in are as follows:

James Woods TV Shows (30)

His first TV Show was Hallmark Hall of Fame (1951).

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Awards (4)

Awarded Daytime Emmy Award , awarded Theatre World Award in 1971 , nominated Academy Award for Best Actor , nominated Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in 1995 ,

Education

He graduated from Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

What is James's zodiac sign?

James Woods zodiac sign is aries.

When is Woods's next birthday?

James Woods was born on the , which was a Friday. He will be turning 76 in only 199 days from today (01 October, 2022).

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