James Woods-Writers Guild Awards Red Carpet-by Kalpana Pandit

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The Writers Guild of America, West ( WGAW) held the 2017 Writers Guild Awards in Los Angeles at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.  Entertainment and Sports Today Guest Reporter, Kalpana Pandit had the privilege of interviewing Actor/ Producer James Woods on the red carpet. The Writers Guild Awards honor outstanding writing in film, television, new media, video games, news, radio, promotional, and graphic animation categories.

James  Woods (born April 18, 1947) is an actor, voice actor, and producer. He is known primarily for playing villainous roles in film. Woods has appeared in a variety of films, including The Way We Were (1973), The Onion Field (1979), Videodrome (1983), Once Upon a Time in America (1984), Best Seller (1987), Chaplin (1992), Casino (1995), Nixon (1995), Vampires (1998), Straw Dogs (2011), and White House Down (2013).  On television, he is known for portraying the lead character in Shark (2006–08) and for playing himself on eight episodes of Family Guy, as well as on one episode of The Simpsons.  Below is a photo of James at The Writers Guild of America, West ( WGAW) in Beverly Hills at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.  Image result for James Woods

Woods has been nominated for two Academy Awards. The first was in the Best Actor category for Salvador (1986) and the second in the Best Supporting Actor category for Ghosts of Mississippi (1996). He is the recipient of three Emmy Awards for the television movies Promise (1986) and My Name Is Bill W. (1989) and the animated series Hercules (1998–99). Promise additionally brought him a Golden Globe Award.

James Woods & Oliver Stone-Writers Guild Awards Red carpet-by Kalpana Pandit.

Woods has been nominated for two Academy Awards. The first was in the Best Actor category for Salvador (1986) and the second in the Best Supporting Actor category for Ghosts of Mississippi (1996). He is the recipient of three Emmy Awards for the television movies Promise (1986) and My Name Is Bill W. (1989) and the animated series Hercules (1998–99). Promise additionally brought him a Golden Globe Award.

Using his distinctive voice, he has played Mike Toreno in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Hades in Disney’s Hercules (1997), and Falcon in Stuart Little 2 (2002). Recently James Woods revealed he is retiring from acting while listing his Rhode Island property for sale !

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Kalpana Pandit is an actor/ independent movie producer/ entrepreneur and also a board certified doctor in the United States. She has been a travelling Emergency Room Physician practicing part time in small towns across the United States while she is pursuing her passion of being a part of great movies. Her passion for creativity led her to establish her own production banner " House of Pandit" in 2010 which has since produced a multiple award winning HIV/AIDS awareness film "Jo Jo Laali" and a full fledged Bollywood feature film " Janleva 555" both with medical awareness messages. Jo Jo Laali has won Kalpana two " Best Actress" awards in Indian Film Festivals and a total of 13 awards for the film itself . Kalpana has acted in numerous Bollywood movies , notably " Gajagamini", " Moksha" and " Love Khichdi ". She has travelled far and wide in the capacity of "Guest of Honor" and part of the Jury of various cultural events across America. Currently, her next home production movie of " House of Pandit" Sulige Sikkidaaga " Be fluid as water" which contains the very imperative message of Womens Empowerment and Epilepsy awareness is receiving tremendous applause in film festivals and has already won four awards in International Film Festivals Pandit hopes to continue to make timeless classics on celluloid which entertain the audience across generations with their great stories and also carry excellent messages of awareness for the people.

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