Alfre Woodard Wiki/Bio, Age, Family, Education, Career

Alfre Woodard is a popular American actress, producer, and political activist who was born in November 8, 1952 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States and also raised in there. She is best known for her role in films such as Cross Creek, Miss Firecracker, Grand Canyon, Passion Fish, Primal Fear, Star Trek: First Contact, Miss Evers’ Boys, K-PAX, Radio, Take the Lead and The Family That Preys.

Date of Birth November 8, 1952
Age 71Years (as 2023)
Birthplace Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA
Occupation Actress, Producer, Political activist
Years active 1973-Present
Nationality American
Net Worth Not known

Family Members & Education –

Alfre was born in an American family in Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States and also brought up there by her parents.
She is the youngest of three children of a homemaker Constance Woodard and Marion H. Woodard, an interior designer. She was named by her godmother who claimed she saw a vision of Alfre’s name written out in gold letters.
Spouse/Ex : Roderick Spencer (M. 1983)
Children : Duncan Spencer, Mavis Spencer

Alfre Woodard competed on the track team and was a cheerleader for a private Catholic high school, Bishop Kelley in Tulsa. Graduating from high school in 1970, she moved to Boston, Massachusetts to attend Boston University. She graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in drama from the university in 1974.

Career –

Alfre Woodard is a famous American film, stage, and television actress, producer and political activist who started her journey from 1973 at an young age. She began her acting career in theater.
She acted in several movies such as Grand Canyon (1991), Crooklyn (1994), Miss Evers’ Boys (1997), Down in the Delta (1998), The Family That Preys (2008), 12 Years a Slave (2013), and Juanita (2019). She has been nominated once for an Academy Award and Grammy Awards, 12 times for Emmy Awards (winning four). She has won a Golden Globe and three Screen Actors Guild Awards. In 2019, she starred in a popular tv series named “See”.


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