Woody Harrelson Biography Wiki
Woody Harrelson, Woodrow Tracy Harrelson (born July 23, 1961) is an American actor and playwright. He first became known for his role as bartender Woody Boyd on the NBC sitcom Cheers (1985–1993), for which he won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series from a total of five nominations. He has also received three Academy Award nominations: Best Actor for The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996) and Best Supporting Actor for The Messenger (2009) and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017)
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Woody Harrelson Age
He is 59 years old.
Woody Harrelson Personal life
In 1985, Harrelson married Nancy Simon (daughter of playwright Neil Simon) in Tijuana. The union was not intended to be serious, and the two had planned to divorce the following day, but the storefront marriage/divorce parlor was closed when they returned to it and they remained married for another ten months.
In 2008, Harrelson married Laura Louie, a co-founder of the organic food delivery service Yoganics.They met in 1987 when she worked as his personal assistant. They reside in Maui, Hawaii, and have three daughters: Deni, Zoe, and Makani.
Harrelson was awarded an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters (DHL) from Hanover College in 2014.
Harrelson is a fan of chess. He is considered an amateur player with a basic knowledge of the game. In November 2018, he attended the first game of the World Chess Championship in London, played between Norwegian champion Magnus Carlsen and American contender Fabiano Caruana. Harrelson made the ceremonial first move for the game. He had also played the ceremonial first move for the previous World Chess Championship that was held in New York in 2016.
Woody Harrelson Conspiracy theories linking 5G networks
Wild conspiracy theories linking 5G networks to the coronavirus pandemic have been accused of a series of attacks on mobile phone towers in the UK – and are even disseminated by celebrities like Woody Harrelson.
Tower fires in Birmingham, Liverpool and Belfast have been attributed to conspiracy theories, British officials said. Theories varied from 5G signals, causing the virus to spread, which began as a cover-up for network-related illnesses.
UK Cabinet Minister Michael Gove condemned
UK Cabinet Minister Michael Gove condemned the stories as “dangerous nonsense”, noting that damaged phone lines are crucial for emergency services to respond to the pandemic.
However, conspiracy theories are quickly reaching a large audience – in part thanks to celebrities who now share it with millions of people on social media.
Woody Harrelson recently published a story
Former television star “Cheers” Woody Harrelson recently published a story “about the negative effects of 5G” and his alleged role in the coronavirus pandemic for his more than 2 million followers on Instagram.
I had to send this after seeing Woody Harrelson post conspiracy theories on his Instagram.
If you understand physics ( I do) if you understand biology(I’m a geneticist). You know that the electromagnetic waves on 5G are too weak to break chemical bonds. https://t.co/NUeB5CgRoo
— Mr. Spock 🖖 (Commentary) (@SpockResists) April 1, 2020
“I didn’t check it completely, I find it very interesting,” he wrote of the report, saying that “5G radiation” “aggravates” the spread of contagion and makes it more deadly.
The message received 25,500 likes – while a subsequent video from a campaign showing Chinese activists attacking telephone towers has been viewed more than 300,000 times.