On October 15, 1998 James Woods received a coveted star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is located at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California.
He is a huge fan of video games and tends to play them during his off-time while on the film sets.
The role of “Mr. Orange” was offered to James Woods in the classic Quentin Tarantino film “Reservoir Dogs.” His agent neglected to tell him about the offer and he fired his agent as a result.
He attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where he graduated with a degree in Political Science.
James Woods is a member of the prestigious Theta Delta Chi fraternity.
James Woods High School is a fictional school in the popular “Family Guy” television series that is named after this actor.
He has an extremely high intellect with a registered IQ of 180 which is 20 more points than the IQ of Albert Einstein.
He has been nominated for two Academy Awards for two roles wherein he played characters based on real life people. He played Richard Boyle in “Salvador” and Byron De La Beckwith in “Ghosts of Mississippi.”
He has won Emmy Awards for his role in 2 tele-movies, “My Name Is Bill W.” and “Promise”. He also won an Emmy award for his role in the animated series of “Hercules”.
James Woods is close personal friends with Sharon Stone who he believes is one of the smartest women in the entertainment industry.
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