James Woods

James Howard Woods ( born April 18, 1947 in Vernal, Utah ) is an American actor and voice actor.


Woods grew up in Warwick, Rhode Iceland, where he attended the High School Pilgram. He then studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), but left this in 1969 shortly before graduating to pursue an acting career.

Woods made ​​primarily through the presentation concise characters talked about and was twice nominated for an Academy Award: 1987 Best Actor in Salvador and in 1997 as Best Supporting Actor in Ghosts of Mississippi. He received praise from critics for the synchronization of Hades in the Disney film Hercules, which was spoken in Germany by Arne Elsholtz, the default voice of Tom Hanks. On German television, he starred in his role as a prosecutor Sebastian Stark in the TV series Shark.

His voice he lent television series such as Family Guy, The Simpsons, films such as Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within and among other things, the game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

On October 15, 1988 Woods received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.

James Woods was married from 1980 to 1983 with the costume designer Kathryn Morrison and 1989-1990 with the actress Sarah Owen.



James Woods has five appearances in the American animated television series Family Guy. Moreover, in the series are a high school and a forest in Quahog, Rhode Iceland, named after him.

German dubbing voice

James Woods German voices were and are Manfred Lehmann and Frank Glaubrecht.