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Wayne Woodson

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Wayne Woodson is a stage and film actor who appeared in a number of films in the 1980s.

In 1981, he had a role as the jail guard in a Paul Wendkos directed TV drama The Five of Me which starred David Birney, Dee Wallace, Mitch Ryan and James Whitmore. He had a part in the 1982 film I Ought to Be in Pictures that was written by Neil Simon and directed by Herbert Ross. This film starred Walter Matthau, Ann-Margret and Dinah Manoff.

In 1983, he played the part of McKee in the Norbert Meisel directed film that starred Robert Forster and Nancy Kwan called Walking the Edge. His slick character, was a member of a ruthless criminal gang who had killed a woman's husband and son. The other gang members were Jesus played by Luis Contreras and Jimmy played by James McIntire. The gang was led by Bruster played by Joe Spinnell.

In 1988, he appeared in A Perfect Match, a film that starred Rob Paulsen, Jennifer Edwards and Mark Mclure and was directed by Mark Deimel.

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