An American actor and ventriloquist by the name of Bokeem Woodbine. His most well-known roles are Mike Milligan in the television drama Fargo and Leon Cooley in the drama Saving Grace. The X-Files, CSI: Miami, The Evidence, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Life in Pieces, and Snowfall are just a few of the TV shows in which the actor has appeared as a guest star. Spider-Man: Homecoming, Crooklyn, Panther, The Elevator, Caught Up, Almost Heroes, 3000 Miles to Graceland, Ray, The Poker House, The Fifth Commandment, and The Host are just a few of the films in which he has appeared as an actor. Regarding Woodbine’s accolades and recognition, he was previously nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Created for Television or Limited Series by the Critics’ Choice Awards. He was nominated for an Emmy Award for “Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or A Movie” as well. Few people are aware that Woodbine is not only the lead guitarist and singer of the rock group 13 Purple Dragons but also the creator of the production company Woodbine Enterprises.
The career of Bokeem Woodbine
In 1993, a “CBS Schoolbreak Special” episode featured Woodbine for the first time. Then he made appearances in the motion pictures Brooklyn and Jason’s Lyric. He was soon cast in the movies “Panther” and “Dead Presidents” after this. Woodbine made an appearance in a Tupac music video in 1996. He appeared in the movies “The Elevator,” “Freeway,” and “The Rock” that same year. Then he was given the chance to appear in the films “Caught Up,” “The Big Hit,” and “Almost Heroes.”
The American artist worked on the films “Can’t Get Right” and “The Runner” in 1999. He was cast in the TV dramas “Battery Park” and “City of Angels” as well as the TV movie “Sacrifice” a year later. He also made an appearance in the music videos for the Wu-Tang Clan songs “Protect Ya Neck,” “Careful,” and “Gravel Pit.” In the years 2001 to 2005, Woodbine worked on a few major motion picture projects, including “3000 Miles to Graceland,” “The Breed,” “Run for the Money,” “Ray,” and “Edmond.” Soon after, he appeared in the dramas “The Evidence” and “Blade: The Series” as a guest star.
The actor portrayed “Leon Cooley” in “Saving Grace” from 2007 until 2010. He also had appearances in “The Poker House” and “The Fifth Commandment” at this time. He was then chosen to play Officer Jones in the drama “Southland.” after this. Woodbine appeared in the films “The Host,” “Riddick,” and “1982” in 2013. He played Mike Milligan in the television series “Fargo” two years later. He made an appearance in the drama “Underground” and the movie “Spider-Man: Homecoming” in 2017.
Individual Life of Bokeem Woodbine
Bokeem Woodbine was born in Harlem, New York, on April 13, 1973. Later, he attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music, Art, and Performing Arts after attending Dalton School. In terms of his romantic relationships, the actor is wed to Mahiely Woodbine. The couple’s daughter was born.
Bokeem Woodbine’s Net Worth
An American actor who works in both film and television, Bokeem Woodbine has a $3 million dollar fortune. Bokeem Woodbine was born on April 13, 1973, to an actress in Harlem, New York. Before transferring to the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, he attended the Dalton School in New York, where he majored in instrumental music and served as the band Mazard’s main singer.