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D. Elliot Woods has been an LA-based Film, TV and Commercial Actor for more than 25 years. From human and alien roles across various Star Trek films and TV shows to appearances on LOOT, NCIS: LA, HBO's Ballers, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, Friends, Drake & Josh as well as over 100 commercials for numerous household brands. His extensive industry experience and knowledge bleeds through into his writing. His Fly Free Entertainment production banner is dedicated to producing his own projects as well as helping train a whole new generation of creatives.

D. Elliot resides in LA and strives to teach his children that anything is possible. He pours all his knowledge of the industry into writing captivating stories featuring diverse, non-stereotypical characters. His unique way of viewing the world elevates his writing to thought-provoking, heart-wrenching, emotional and even comedic, in a fresh way that readers and audiences will fall in love with. When he’s not writing or acting, he loves to cheer for his kids in everything they do, watch men’s and women’s basketball, travel, listen to Jazz, and enjoy delicacies from all over the world. Of course, he also has his hands full with his Siberian Husky, who pretends to be deaf and can’t type, but has a black belt in playtime. Woods hopes to remind us all to cherish the little moments because eventually, we’ll look back and realize that they all happened for you. (August 22, 2022)

Interesting Tidbits:   


Morgan Freeman, an Army buddy of Woods' uncle, occasionally baby-sat 'toddler' Woods when he was a wee-bit shorter.


Woods studied under both Alfre Woodard and acclaimed Actor & Director, Bill Duke while in college.


TV and Movie Credits:  Apple TV's LOOT, HBO's Ballers, NCIS: LA, The Orville, Hot in Cleveland, Criminal Minds, NCIS, Friends, Drake & Josh, Heroes, Boston Legal, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Hannah Montana, Veronica Mars, Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, among others.

A strong proponent for survivors of various types of abuse, Woods is a contributing writer for several support-group blogs.

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