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WOODY HARRELSON (Galaxia) received an Academy Award® nomination as Best Actor for his portrayal of outlandish publisher Larry Flynt in The People Vs. Larry Flynt. He also won an Emmy Award for playing the lovable bartender Woody Boyd on the hit series "Cheers." During his eight seasons on "Cheers," Harrelson moved deftly between comedy and drama in his choice of film roles.

He made his motion picture debut in Wildcats, which also featured Wesley Snipes, with whom he co-starred in his breakthrough film role in Ron Shelton's White Men Can't Jump. Harrelson and Snipes also appeared together in Money Train, and Harrelson worked again with Shelton on Play it to the Bone co-starring Antonio Banderas. Harrelson received critical acclaim for his portrayal of the homicidal Mickey Knox in director Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers. He was part of the ensemble in Terence Malick's The Thin Red Line. Other starring roles include Edtv for director Ron Howard, Indecent Proposal with Demi Moore and Robert Redford, The Hi Lo Country for director Stephen Frears, Doc Hollywood, L.A. Story, Sunchaser, The Cowboy Way, Scorched, Kingpin, Welcome to Sarajevo, Palmetto and Wag the Dog.

In 2001, he returned to television for a guest-starring role on the hit sitcom "Will and Grace."


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