Woody Harrelson started his career playing loveable barman Woody Boyd in the long-running sitcom Cheers and has since soared from strength to strength.
He boasts an astonishingly wide variety of movie roles, spanning violent zombie killer Tallahassee in horror comedy Zombieland, mass murderer Mickey Knox in Natural Born Killers, self-assured bounty hunter Carson in No Country for Old Men, blind telemarketer and pianist Ezra in Seven Pounds, and alcoholic anti-hero Haymitch Abernathy in the Hunger Games franchise.
Woody was Oscar-nominated for his performances as adult magazine publisher Larry Flynt in The People vs. Larry Flynt and troubled war hero Will Montgomery in The Messenger.
If all this was not exhausting enough for one man, he is now dominating our small screens once again alongside Matthew McConaughey in popular crime drama True Detective, and remains one of Hollywood's most fascinating and colorful characters - the following 10 fast facts stand as proof.
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