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WOODY HARRELSON was catapulted to fame on television's long running hit "Cheers", but has more recently earned acclaim for his work on the big screen in a number of diverse roles.

In 1994 he delivered a compelling performance as a media­hyped serial killer in Oliver Stone's "Natural Born Killers." He had earlier won praise from the critics and audiences for his work opposite Wesley Snipes in the smash hit comedy "White Men Can't Jump." He re­teamed with Snipes in the action thriller, "Money Train." Additional credits include "Indecent Proposal," "Doe Hollywood," "L.A. Story," "Wildcats," and "Kingpin."

He has recently starred in Michael Cimino's "Sunchaser" and as the owner of Hustler magazine in "The People vs Larry Flynt," directed by Milos Forman for which he was nominated for an Academy Award. He just completed shooting "The Thin Red Line" for director Terence Malick and "The Hi­Lo Country" for director Stephen Frears.

On television, he gained international recognition as the affable bartender Woody Boyd on the award winning comedy "Cheers." During his eight year run on the show, Harrelson received an Emmy Award and American Comedy Award for his performance.

Harrelson is also an accomplished stage actor and has appeared in theater productions in L.A., San Francisco and off­Broadway.


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