|Born||Harry Lewis Woods Jr.
April 14, 1918
|Died||September 12, 1974
Orange County, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Gwen Seager (1944–?)
Barbara Patricia Shannon (1951–?)
Craig Woods (April 14, 1918 - September 12, 1974) was an actor who appeared in films during the Golden Age of Hollywood and later appeared on television. He was under contract with Columbia Pictures in the early 1940s. His father was screen actor Harry Woods (actor), who was known for playing villains. His mother was Helen Hockenberry. In 1940, he enlisted in the US Army Air Corps.
|1943||What's Buzzin' Cousin?|
|There's Something About a Soldier||Jonesy|
|1944||Career Girl||James Blake|
|Cowboy from Lonesome River|
|Partners of the Trail|
|Raiders of the Border|
|1945||Gangs of the Waterfront|
|1947||Angel and the Badman||Ward Withers|
|1951||Fort Defiance||Dave Parker|
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