Conservative Actor James Woods “Blacklisted” for Views, Retires


Many Conservatives in Hollywood are often quiet about their political views, or very subtle in showing them, because the “blacklist” in Hollywood over political views is very real.

Oscar-nominated actor James Woods,  says that he has been placed on that list because he expressed his Conservative viewpoint, and is retiring from his acting career.

 

Woods tweeted out over the summer that he “accepted the fact” and that he has found it tough for a few years to find work in Hollywood due to his views.

Tsk. Tsk. I thought liberals were supposed to be so “tolerant.”

Fox News reports:

The “Casino” actor has twice been nominated for an Academy Award and has won an Emmy Award three times. But he has not had a major role in a film in decades. His movie credits include “Salvador (1986)” and “Ghosts of Mississippi (1996),” both of which earned him a nomination for an Oscar.

The news of his retirement was included in a press release issued by Woods’ real estate agent offering Woods’ Rhode Island lake house for sale.

Allen Gammons said Friday that Woods is 70 and wants to relax. He says the actor’s brother and mother recently died, and he hopes to spend more time on passions including photography, antiquing and poker.

Woods was also accused by actress Amber Tamblyn (who?) for trying to “pick her up” when she was only 16. He says it is absolutely a lie. They did get into a Twitter feud about it though.

No worries about his well-being though. Woods bought stock in Apple back in the 80’s so he’s not doing too bad when it comes to making money!

 

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