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|Birth date:||17th October 1969,|
|Birth place:||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Education:||Northern Illinois University, New York University's Tish School,|
|Parents:||Mattie Harris, John Harris,|
|Awards:||NAACP Image Award,|
|Nominations:||Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards,|
|Movies:||Ant-Man, Paid in Full, Remember the Titans, Dredd, Creed, Next Day Air, Above the Rim, The Babymakers, Not Easily Broken, The Heart Specialist, Just Another Day, Southland Tales, The Watsons Go To Birmingham, As Good as It Gets, Jazz in the Diamond District, Dough Boys, Hendrix, Train Ride, Dirty, 4 Life, Rhapsody, Sweetwater|
|TV shows:||The Wire, Black Poker Stars Invitational|
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Sherwin David is an American actor. He’s also referred to as Wood Harris. Harris is recognized for his roles as Motaw in Above the Rim, the film from 1994. Of course, he’s performed in several other movies as well as on television shows, but it is this characterization that has given him the most recognition. He holds a Bachelors of Arts in Theater Arts from the Northern Illinois University (NIU), plus a Master of Arts from the New York University.
Wood Harris Net Worth $2 Million
The wealth of Wood Harris increased after entering his first major role in the basketball film, Above the Rim (1994). Harris was given the New York Film Festival’s 1st Run Best Actor award for acting in “Derrick ‘D-Train’ Trainer” in Morningside Homework, a thirty minute short film that was directed by the rising filmmaker, Malcolm Lee.
Harris acknowledged his first NAACP Image Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture in addition to the Blockbuster Movie Award nomination for Favorite Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture for his role as Julius “Big Ju” Campbell in “Remember The Titans”. He created his own debut album, “Beautiful Wonderful”. It had been released in 2005.
Harris has acted in “Just Another Day”, impersonating an up and coming rapper called A-maze. In 2012, Harris narrated the ESPN 30 for 30 film Benji.