Alfre Woodard young
November 8, 1952
5 ft 3 in | 160 cm
40-29-39 in | 102-74-99 cm
68 kg | 150 pounds
9 US | 39 EU
Alfre Woodard was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on November 8, 1952, is an American hot actress. Young Alfre Woodard began her acting career in theater, in Washington (1974). She made her big screen debut in drama thriller movie Remember My Name (1978) in role as Rita Co-worker. Her breakthrough performance came as Beatrice "Geechee" in drama movie Cross Creek (1983), for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
She won an Golden Globe Award for her role as Eunice Rivers Laurie in the HBO television drama war movie Miss Evers' Boys (1997) opposite Laurence Fishburne. She played Miriam Sharpe in superhero film Captain America: Civil War (2016).
Star Trek: First Contact (1996) science fiction opposite Patrick Stewart
Beauty Shop (2005) comedy with Queen Latifah
Take the Lead (2006) drama dance with Antonio Banderas
How to Make an American Quilt (1995) drama opposite Winona Ryder and Jared Leto
Primal Fear (1996) neo-noir crime thriller with Richard Gere and Edward Norton
K-PAX (2001) science fiction mystery with Kevin Spacey and Jeff Bridges
12 Years a Slave (2013) period drama opposite Chiwetel Ejiofor and Brad Pitt
Annabelle (2014) supernatural horror in role as Evelyn
Heart and Souls (1993) fantasy comedy drama opposite Robert Downey Jr.
Mississippi Grind (2015) drama with Ryan Reynolds
Love & Basketball (2000) romantic drama with Sanaa Lathan
Crooklyn (1994) drama directed by Spike Lee
Blue Chips (1994) sport drama with Shaquille O'Neal and Nick Nolte
The Singing Detective (2003) musical crime comedy with Robert Downey Jr. and Mel Gibson
Burning Sands (2017) drama opposite Trevor Jackson
She was inducted into Oklahoma Hall of Fame, in 2014.
Was a cheerleader in high school.
She is a supporter of LGBT rights.
She married writer Roderick Spencer in 1983, they have two adopted children.
Lives in Santa Monica, California.
You very seldom see a picture where you watch the process of falling in love.
I think people need to understand that with plays and with cinema, when you hear about it, call and get a ticket then or go and see it then. It's especially with the play, which I can do because it's a limited run.
When you feel a connection, a gut connection, a heart connection, it's a very special thing. What's familiar to everyone is watching people falling in love; it doesn't happen on screen that often. People fall in lust, then they're suddenly together.
Everyone has the impulse to be elite.
Television studios bet the farm on reality shows, where they didn't need any actors and movie studios had no plans for any quality movies that required the presence of me.
Does my character hate Bree? Well, let's just put it this way. Bree hasn't seen the last of me. I gave that drunk gal a ride home a few episodes ago and she turned on me!
Just because I really am a housewife and a mom, I don't get to watch television.