Hollywood superstar Woody Harrelson is coming to the region to give vital tips to budding actors.
Harrelson has been invited to speak to students at LIPA - the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
He first came to fame as Woody Boyd in the American cult sitcom Cheers set in a bar in Boston.
Since then he's starred in dozens of Hollywood movies in a career stretching back more than 30 years.
Here's my (subjective!!) list of Woody's top five moments on screen.
- 1 - WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP
- 2 - CHEERS
- 3 - RAMPART
- 4 - ZOMBIELAND
- 5 - TRUE DETECTIVE
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The film is nominated for Best Picture and Best Director among others, while starts Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley are nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress.
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