Which roles are played by Alfre Woodard | Characters played by Alfre Woodard

Alfre Woodard has played the role of Mistress Shaw in 12 Years a Slave Film released in 2013.

Herself in 12 Years a Slave: A Historical Portrait Video released in 2014.

Herself in 12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards TV Film released in 2006.

Herself in 1998 ALMA Awards TV Film released in 1998.

Herself - Presenter/Nominee in 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards TV Film released in 2013.

Herself in 20 on 20 TV Film released in 2007.

Herself in 2000 Essence Awards TV Film released in 2000.

Herself in 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards TV Film released in 2014.

Herself - Presenter in 20th NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 1988.

Herself - Honoree in 22nd Annual Trumpet Awards TV Film released in 2014.

Herself - Winner: Best Female Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries in 2nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards TV Film released in 1996.

Herself in 30th NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 1999.

Herself in 32nd NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 2001.

Herself in 41st NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 2010.

Herself in 43rd NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 2012.

Herself in 44th NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 2013.

Herself in 4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards TV Film released in 1998.

Mary Thomas in A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story TV Film released in 1989.

Dr. Sandlin in A Step Toward Tomorrow Film released in 1996.

Mrs. Whatsit in A Wrinkle in Time TV Film released in 2003.

Herself in Aliens for Breakfast TV Film released in 1994.

Narrator in All Our Sons: Fallen Heroes of 9/11 Film released in 2004.

Narrator in American Exile Film released in 2001.

Alma Roberts in American Violet Film released in 2008.

Angela Jensen in AmericanEast Film released in 2008.

Evelyn in Annabelle Film released in 2014.

Rachel in Baby of the Family Film released in 2002.

Ms. Josephine in Beauty Shop Film released in 2005.

Herself in Black Women Run Hollywood TV Film released in 2014.

Jessica Filley in Blue Bayou TV Film released in 1990.

Lavada McRae in Blue Chips Film released in 1994.

Rosie Mangena in Bopha! Film released in 1993.

Sheila in Brooklyn Man Film released in 2014.

Gloria in Bury Me Standing Film released in 2010.

Narrator in Countdown to Freedom: 10 Days That Changed South Africa Film released in 1994.

Carolyn Carmichael in Crooklyn Film released in 1994.

Geechee in Cross Creek Film released in 1983.

Betty Applewhite in Desperate Housewives Special: All the Juicy Details TV Film released in 2006.

Betty Applewhite in Desperate Housewives Special: The More You Know, the Juicier It Gets TV Film released in 2006.

Narrator in Different Moms Film released in 1999.

Plio in Dinosaur Film released in 2000.

Loretta Sinclair in Down in the Delta Film released in 1998.

Patricia in Extremities Film released in 1986.

Evey in Follow Me Home Film released in 1996.

Narrator in Frederick Douglass: When the Lion Wrote History TV Film released in 1994.

Katie in Freedom Road TV Film released in 1979.

Joyce May in Funny Valentines Film released in 1999.

Esther in Go Tell It on the Mountain Film released in 1984.

Jane in Grand Canyon Film released in 1991.

Queen of Brobdingnag in Gulliver's Travels TV Film released in 1996.

Narrator in Half Past Autumn: The Life and Works of Gordon Parks TV Film released in 2000.

Narrator in Have You Heard From Johannesburg Film released in 2010.

Sally Benbow in HealtH Film released in 1980.

Penny Washington in Heart and Souls Film released in 1993.

Herself in Hillary! Uncensored: Banned by the Media Video released in 2008.

Wanda Dean in Holiday Heart TV Film released in 2000.

Marianna in How to Make an American Quilt Film released in 1995.

Polly/Narrator in John Henry Film released in 2000.

Dr. Claudia Villars in K-PAX Film released in 2001.

Ilanga in King Leopold's Ghost Film released in 2006.

Sheila in Knucklehead Film released in 2015.

Herself in Legends Ball TV Film released in 2006.

Dr. Allen in Lost Souls Film released in 2000.

Camille Wright in Love & Basketball Film released in 2000.

Virginia in Maggie Hill TV Film released in 2009.

Herself in Makers: Women in Hollywood Film released in 2014.

Winnie Mandela in Mandela TV Film released in 1987.

Mary Lou Williams in Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band Film released in 2015.

Narrator in Medal of Honor TV Film released in 2008.

Eunice Evers, R.N. in Miss Evers' Boys TV Film released in 1997.

Popeye Jackson in Miss Firecracker Film released in 1989.

Lily in Mumford Film released in 1999.

Narrator in Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property Film released in 2003.

Herself - Narrator in Nefertiti and the Lost Dynasty TV Film released in 2007.

Herself in Nelson Mandela Redrawn Film released in 2014.

Herself in Obama in NC: The Path to History Film released in 2010.

Chantelle in Passion Fish Film released in 1992.

Edna Reilly in Pictures of Hollis Woods TV Film released in 2007.

Herself - Narrator in Precious Blood TV Film released in 1982.

Hattie in Pretty Hattie's Baby Film released in 1991.

Shoat in Primal Fear Film released in 1996.

Harriet Tubman in Race to Freedom: The Underground Railroad TV Film released in 1994.

Principal Daniels in Radio Film released in 2003.

Nurse Evelyn in Reach for Me Film released in 2008.

Narrator in Reflect, Reclaim, Rejoice: Preserving the Gift of Black Sacred Music Film released in 2014.

Rita in Remember My Name Film released in 1978.

Herself in Remembering 'The Forgotten' Video released in 2005.

Rhody Poole in Rich in Love Film released in 1992.

Grace Cooley in Scrooged Film released in 1988.

Herself in Searching for Debra Winger Film released in 2002.

Herself - Narrator in Slave Ship TV Film released in 1997.

Herself in Soft Vengeance: Albie Sachs and the New South Africa Film released in 2014.

Joyce McQueen in Something New Film released in 2006.

Tamara O'Neil in Special Report: Journey to Mars TV Film released in 1996.

Lily in Star Trek: First Contact Film released in 1996.

Ouiser in Steel Magnolias TV Film released in 2012.

Vicki Teague in Sweet Revenge TV Film released in 1984.

Augustine James in Take the Lead Film released in 2006.

Herself - Presenter in The 10th Annual National CableACE Awards TV Film released in 1989.

Herself - Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series in The 36th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1984.

Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Lead Actress in Drama Series in The 38th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1986.

Herself - Winner: Outstanding Guest Performer in a Drama Series & Nominee: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special in The 39th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1987.

Herself in The 40th NAACP Image Awards TV Film released in 2009.

Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special in The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1990.

Herself - Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie in The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1991.

Herself - Nominated: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special & Presenter: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Special in The 47th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Herself - Nominated: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Special & Presenter: Outstanding Miniseries in The 48th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1996.

Herself - Winner: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Special and Co-Presenter: Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in The 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 1997.

Herself - Presenter in The 51st Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1994.

Herself - Presenter: Best Screenplay in The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1995.

Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV in The 55th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1998.

Herself - Presenter in The 55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 2003.

Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Supporting Role in The 56th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1984.

Herself - Presenter: Best Actress/Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV in The 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards TV Film released in 1999.

Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series & Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie in The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 2006.

Herself - Presenter in The 60th Annual Tony Awards TV Film released in 2006.

Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie in The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 2008.

Herself - Co-Presenter: Best Sound Mixing in The 65th Annual Academy Awards TV Film released in 1993.

Herself - Nominee in The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards TV Film released in 2013.

Herself in The 88th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade TV Film released in 2014.

Herself in The 9th Annual CableACE Awards TV Film released in 1988.

Herself in The 9th Annual IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards TV Film released in 1994.

Kariha Ellsworth in The Ambush Murders TV Film released in 1982.

Maisie in The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue Video released in 1997.

Andrea Crawford in The Child Saver TV Film released in 1988.

Stickley in The Core Film released in 2003.

E in The Door Film released in 2013.

Herself in The Essence Awards TV Film released in 1994.

Alice Pratt in The Family That Preys Film released in 2008.

Det. Anne Pope in The Forgotten Film released in 2004.

Attorney Ann Orkin in The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag Film released in 1992.

Narrator in The Hadza: Last of the First Film released in 2014.

Various in The Kennedy Center Presents: Speak Truth to Power TV Film released in 2000.

Denise Powell in The Line TV Film released in 1987.

Berenice Sadie Brown in The Member of the Wedding TV Film released in 1997.

Berniece Charles in The Piano Lesson TV Film released in 1995.

Herself in The Reel Story: 12 Years a Slave Video released in 2013.

Chief of Staff in The Singing Detective Film released in 2003.

Evelyn Evers in The Sophisticated Gents TV Film released in 1981.

Lucy in The Trial of the Moke TV Film released in 1978.

Host in The Underground Railroad TV Film released in 1999.

Mrs. Brown in The Water Is Wide TV Film released in 2006.

Akela (Cheetah Mother) in The Wild Thornberrys Movie Film released in 2002.

Medicine Woman in The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie TV Film released in 2001.

Clara in The Wishing Tree Film released in 1999.

Host in The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True TV Film released in 1995.

Herself in Tribeca Film Festival Presents TV Film released in 2003.

Herself in TV Guide Live at the Emmy Awards TV Film released in 2008.

Reader in Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave Narratives Film released in 2003.

Maude DeVictor in Unnatural Causes TV Film released in 1986.

Audrey Williams in What's Cooking? Film released in 2000.

Claudie Sills in Words by Heart TV Film released in 1985.

Harriet Tubman in Adventures from the Book of Virtues TV Series released in 1996.

Herself - Narrator in American Experience TV Series released in 1988.

Woman who lost her stuff in American Playhouse TV Series released in 1981.

Esther in American Playhouse TV Series released in 1981.

Mattie in American Playhouse TV Series released in 1981.

Herself - Guest in Anderson TV Series released in 2011.

Dondi Reece/Queen Mother in Black Panther TV Series released in 2010.

Queen Mother in Black Panther TV Series released in 2010.

Dondi Reece/Dora Milaje/Miss M'Buve in Black Panther TV Series released in 2010.

Dondi Reece/Dora Milaje/Miss M'Duve in Black Panther TV Series released in 2010.

Narrator in Cadillac Desert TV Series released in 1997.

Herself in Celebrity Profile TV Series released in 1998.

Hattie Lemaster in Copper TV Series released in 2012.

Herself in Coraz�n de... TV Series released in 1997.

Herself - Guest in Dennis Miller Live TV Series released in 1994.

Betty Applewhite in Desperate Housewives TV Series released in 2004.

Herself in DP/30: Conversations About Movies TV Series released in 2007.

Herself in E! Live from the Red Carpet TV Series released in 1995.

Herself in Ebony/Jet Showcase TV Series released in 1982.

Darlene in Enos TV Series released in 1980.

Herself in Entertainment Tonight TV Series released in 1981.

Herself - State of Affairs in Entertainment Tonight TV Series released in 1981.

Herself - Guest in Extra TV Series released in 1994.

Herself - State of Affairs in Extra TV Series released in 1994.

Herself - Guest in Faerie Tale Theatre TV Series released in 1982.

Princess Lovinia in Faerie Tale Theatre TV Series released in 1982.

Edna in Frasier TV Series released in 1993.

Narrator in Frontline TV Series released in 1983.

Justine Campbell in Grey's Anatomy TV Series released in 2005.

Winoome Bear in Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child TV Series released in 1995.

Herself in HBO First Look TV Series released in 1992.

Doris Robson in Hill Street Blues TV Series released in 1981.

Dr. Roxanne Turner in Homicide: Life on the Street TV Series released in 1993.

Dr. Lydia Crawford in Inconceivable TV Series released in 2005.

Herself - Narrator in Independent Lens TV Series released in 1999.

Herself/Narrator in Independent Lens TV Series released in 1999.

Herself in Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List TV Series released in 2005.

Adrianne Moore in L.A. Law TV Series released in 1986.

Herself - Guest in Live with Regis and Kathie Lee TV Series released in 1988.

Herself in Made in Hollywood TV Series released in 2005.

Lt. Tanya Rice in Memphis Beat TV Series released in 2010.

Mavis Heller in My Own Worst Enemy TV Series released in 2008.

Mavis Heller/Helen in My Own Worst Enemy TV Series released in 2008.

Herself in Oprah's Next Chapter TV Series released in 2012.

Nona in Palmerstown, U.S.A. TV Series released in 1980.

Narrator (US version) in People's Century TV Series released in 1995.

Dee Bennett in Private Practice TV Series released in 2007.

Herself in Reading Rainbow TV Series released in 1983.

Herself in Reel Junkie TV Series released in 2007.

Rozalyn Dupree in Sara TV Series released in 1985.

Herself - Host in Save Our History TV Series released in 1998.

Dr. Roxanne Turner in St. Elsewhere TV Series released in 1982.

President Constance Payton in State of Affairs TV Series released in 2014.

Jean Hawkins in Static Shock TV Series released in 2000.

Herself - State of Affairs in Steve Harvey TV Series released in 2012.

Herself in Sundance Directors Lab TV Series released in 2009.

Herself - Guest in Tavis Smiley TV Series released in 2004.

Herself - Guest in The Arsenio Hall Show TV Series released in 1989.

Herself in The Directors TV Series released in 1999.

Amy Granderson in The Last Ship TV Series released in 2014.

Herself - Guest in The Megan Mullally Show TV Series released in 2006.

Herself - Guest in The Mo'Nique Show TV Series released in 2009.

Herself - Guest in The Oprah Winfrey Show TV Series released in 1986.

Denise Freeman in The Practice TV Series released in 1997.

Herself - Guest in The Queen Latifah Show TV Series released in 2013.

Herself - Guest in The Talk TV Series released in 2010.

Herself - State of Affairs in The Talk TV Series released in 2010.

Herself - Guest in The View TV Series released in 1997.

Herself - Guest in The Wendy Williams Show TV Series released in 2008.

Sandra Wilcox in The White Shadow TV Series released in 1978.

Dr. Sophia Jordan in Three Rivers TV Series released in 2009.

Herself - Guest in Today TV Series released in 1952.

Ruby Jean Reynolds in True Blood TV Series released in 2008.

Marcia Fulbright in Tucker's Witch TV Series released in 1982.

Herself in TV One on One TV Series released in 2004.

Herself in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire Film released in 1999.

Herself - Actress in Wild On... TV Series released in 1997.

Herself - Narrator in Women, War & Peace TV Series released in 2011.

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