The Top 7 Most Underrated Woody Harrelson Performances

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The Top 7 Most Underrated Woody Harrelson Performances

The three-time Oscar nominee is the gift that keeps on giving.

It is fair to say that Woody Harrelson is one of the most versatile actors of his generation. Although he started his career as a comic scene-stealer on Cheers, Harrelson became renowned for his idiosyncratic performances in dramas, thrillers, and action films. Harrelson is comfortable playing both the lead of a prestige film and delivering memorable supporting turns amidst large ensembles. He’s also returned to television and drew some of the best reviews of his career for his transformative work on the first season of HBO’s True Detective.

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Harrelson has been nominated for three Academy Awards, once for Best Actor in The People vs. Larry Flynt and twice for Best Supporting Actor in The Messenger and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. He’s joined franchises like Star Wars, The Hunger Games, Now You See Me, and Zombieland, and this week he’ll be seen as the antagonist in Sony’s comic book film Venom: Let There Be Carnage. However, some of Harrelson’s other great work has been overlooked given just how extensive his filmography is. Whether the films underperformed, his work was overlooked, or he managed to save a bad movie, these seven Woody Harrelson performances deserve more credit.

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