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|Birth date:||November 8, 1952|
|Birth place:||Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.|
|Height:||5' 3½" (1.61 m)|
|Education:||Kelley High School, in Tulsa, Boston University|
|Spouse:||Roderick Spencer (m.1983-)|
|Children:||Mavis Spencer, Duncan Spencer|
|Parents:||Constance Woodard, Marion H. Woodard|
|Awards:||NAACP Image Awards, Independent Spirit Award, Golden Globe, Emmy, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Emmy Award (2003)|
|Nominations:||Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|Movies:||“Remember My Name” (1978), “Cross Creek” (1984), “Grand Canyon” (1991), “Heart and Souls” (1993), “How to Make an American Quilt” (1995), “Star Trek: First Contact” (1996), “So B. It” (2016), “Burning Sands” (2016)|
|TV shows:||“Hill Street Blues” (1983), “LA Law” (1986), “Miss Evers' Boys” (1997), “Desperate Housewives”, “My Worst Enemy” (2008), “Three Rivers” (2009–2010), “Luke Cage” (2016–present)|
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Alfre Woodard Net Worth $13 Million
Alfre Woodard is an actress from the US who works on the television, stage and movies. Born on November 8th 1952, AlfreWoodard native place is Tulsa, Oklahoma. Woodard’s net worth amounts to $13 Million. Alfre has been performing as an actress for at least three decades now — since 1978. Over time, AlfreWoodard work has been highly acclaimed in many productions. Alfre’s performance in the movie “Cross Creek” got her a nomination at the Academy Awards (1983) for the Best Supporting Actress.
Then became popular due to her well-crafted roles in movies like “Cross Creek” and “Passion Fish”. Then received a Golden Globe nomination too because of this picture. “The Winter’s Tale” was another landmark for her. She won the award for the very best performer, and additionally for her characters in the television series “Desperate Housewives” and “Betty Applewhite”. Alfred Woodard has additionally done several stage shows like Map of the World, Drowning Crow and Me and Bessie.
Woodard is the creator of “Artists for a New South Africa” and is also serving as a board member. As a social activist, she’s expanded her support to same sex marriage. The board plays an active part in the Democratic Party at the same time.