In 1994, Eric Woods began his acting career landing the coveted role of Evan Frame on Another World.  His acting coach at the time, Howard Fine, had a lot to do with it.  Upon his return from the NY soap, Eric landed a recurring role on Charmed, playing the show’s very first evil Warlock, Jeremy Burns, in the season opener.  After appearing in numerous television guest spots, Eric gravitated to the stage playing a mentally challenged father trying to raise a normal son in an original play, Minding Goodman, receiving rave reviews from the Hollywood Reporter and Variety.  Eric then took to the big screen in Jonah Hex starring Josh Brolin and John Malkovich.   He has also acted in several short’s including “Fuck! The Movie,” which won best comedy short in the Aspen and the LA film festivals.  He also appeared in the well-respected short, “Charlie My Darling” written and directed by Mick Davis.  Recently Eric has appeared in several lifetime films including “Crimes of the Mind,” and  was awarded “Best Actor Feature” for his role in, Immortal Island, at the Florida Horror Film Festival. Eric can next be seen in Cinetel’s “Fire Twister” and is currently filming a lifetime movie, “Family Trust” directed by the awarding winning Sheldon Larry.

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