Sherwin David Harris, better known as Wood Harris, has an estimated net worth of $2 million. The American actor’s net worth rocketed after snapping up his first major role in the basketball film, Above the Rim (1994). Harris was born and raised in Illinois, alongside his older brother, actor Steve Harris. He attended Northern Illinois University, where he graduated with a BA in theater Arts. Harris went on to New York University and got a Master of Arts. Since that time, he appeared in several off Broadway productions. Towards to end of the nineties, Harris appeared in a string of hits including As Good As it Gets (1998), starring Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt and Wood Allen’s 1998 comedy film, Celebrity.
Wood Harris Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
The manner is up for the young actor, as Harris was awarded the New York Film Festival’s 1st Run Best Actor Award because of his performance in the Morning Homework. The thirty-minute film was directed by basketball player/budding film maker Malcolm Lee. By the year 2000, the role kept rolling in: Harris took the lead character in the 2000 film Hendrix, portraying the celebrated guitarist. In 2002, Harris starred in Damon Dash’s movie, Paid in Full. Now a good-season actor, Harris was also a routine on the little display.
In 2005, he portrayed a drug dealer in HBO’s drama, The Wire. He also made guest appearances in TV dramas, including Numbers, House and more recently Hawaii Five-0. Furthermore appearing in the little display, Harris hasn’t neglected the film roles. In 2009, was to star in Sweetwater, where Harris portrayed Nathaniel “Sweetwater” Clifton, the very first NBA black player. In the entire year, Harris also starred in Just Another Day, portraying an up-and-coming rapper called A-maze.
17th October 1969,
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Northern Illinois University, New York University's Tish School,
Mattie Harris, John Harris,
NAACP Image Award,
Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards,
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