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Powers Boothe ACTOR

Powers Boothe was born on June 1st, 1948 in Snyder, Texas with the middle name Allen, born to Emily Kathryn Reeves and Merrill Vestal Boothe.  After high school he went on to earn a degree from Texas State University and then followed with a Masters in Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University in Dallas graduating in 1972.
He then began to pursue a career as an actor, first joining the repertory company of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival appearing in such productions as, "Henry IV" and "Troilus and Cressida".
As his career as a stage performer progressed he relocate to New York and began adding to his credits such plays as, "Richard III" and "Lone Star".  Along with his stage work, he also began auditioning for a number of television roles.  Soon he was appearing on the television movies, "The Goodbye Girl" (1977), "The Cold Eye" (1980) and "Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones" (1980) for which he garnered an Emmy Award for his superb performance.
His popularity continued when he was chosen to appear in such television films such as, "Southern Comfort" (1981), "A Breed Apart" (1984), "Red Dawn" (1984), "The Emerald Forest" (1985), "By Dawn's Early Light" (1990) and "U Turn" (1997).
Along with appearing on a variety of television movies he has also added a number of feature films to his resume such as, "Blue Sky" (1994), "Mutant Species" (1995), "Sudden Death" (1995) and "Nixon" (1995). 
In addition to movies, Powers has appeared on such television series as, "Justice League", "Deadwood" and "24", "Obscurus Lupa Presents" and soon to release in 2013, "Hatfields and McCoys".   

Powers has also done voice over work for such animated television series as, "The Looney Tunes Show", "Ben 10: Ultimate Alien", "Scooby Doo, Mystery Incorporated", "Ben 10: Alien Force" and "Edison & Leo".    

In 2009 Powers Boothe was inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame.  He has married only cto Pam Cole in 1969 and they have two children and remain married today.  Most recently, Powers has been cast as a recurring role on the television series, "To Appomattox" scheduled to release in 2013. 


2013   To Appomattox 

2012   Hatfields & McCoys 

2012   Nashville 

2012   Straight A's

2012   The Avengers 

2011   The Looney Tunes Show

2011   Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated 

2011   Obscurus Lupa Presents 

2011   Tattoo 

2011   Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 

2011   Guns, Girls and Gambling 

2010   Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction 

2010   MacGruber 

2009   Ben 10: Alien Force

2008   24 

2008   Edison & Leo 

2008   Mouth of Caddo 

2008   Turok 

2007   The Final Season 

2007   24 

2004-2006  Deadwood

2006   Superman: Brainiac Attacks 

2002-2006  Justice League 

2005   Sin City

2005   Area 51 

2003   Second Nature 

2001   Frailty 

2001   Attila 

2000   Men of Honor 

1999   A Crime of Passion

1999   Joan of Arc

1998   The Spree 

1997   U Turn 

1997   Con Air 

1997   True Women 

1996   Dalva 

1995   Nixon 

1995   Sudden Death

1995   Mutant Species 

1994   Blue Sky 

1994   Web of Deception

1993   Tombstone

1993   Marked for Murder

1993   Angely smerti 

1992   Wild Card

1992   Rapid Fire 

1990   By Dawn's Early Light 

1990   Family of Spies 

1989   Stalingrad

1988   Sapphire Man 

1987   Into the Homeland 

1987   Extreme Prejudice 

1983-1986  Philip Marlowe, Private Eye 

1985   The Emerald Forest 

1984   Red Dawn 

1984   A Breed Apart 

1981   Southern Comfort 

1980   A Cry for Love

1980   Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones

1980   The Plutonium Incident 

1980   Skag

1980   Cruising

1980   The Cold Eye

1977   The Goodbye Girl

Matinee Classics - Red Dawn starring Patrick Swayze, C. Thomas Howell, Lea Thompson, Charlie Sheen, Powers Booth, Ben Johnson, Harry Dean Stanton and Jennifer Grey

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