Powers Boothe stars in "Nashville" on ABC as Lamar Wyatt. He also recently starred in History Channel's miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys" as Wall Hatfield, Anse's (Kevin Costner) level-headed, fair-minded older brother, who was the local justice of the peace and judge in West Virginia.

Powers Boothe previously starred in HBO's "Deadwood," as Cy Tolliver, and played the recurring role of Vice President Noah Daniels in FOX's thriller "24."

Boothe has an extensive list of feature film credits including Frank Miller's "Sin City"; "Navy Diver," opposite Cuba Gooding Jr. and Robert DeNiro; Bill Paxton's directorial debut "Frailty"; Oliver Stone's films "U-Turn," with Sean Penn and Nick Nolte, and "Nixon" with Anthony Hopkins; "Blue Sky" with Jessica Lange and Tommy Lee Jones; and "Tombstone," opposite Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer. Other film credits include "Sudden Death," "Rapid Fire," "Extreme Prejudice," "The Emerald Forrest," "Red Dawn" and "Southern Comfort."

Boothe garnered an Emmy award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Reverend Jim Jones in the television movie "Guyuna Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones." He has starred in numerous other television productions including USA Network's original miniseries "Atilla the Hun," the miniseries "Joan of Arc," opposite Leelee Sobieski; "The Spree" with Jennifer Beals; "Dalva" with Farrah Fawcett; and the miniseries "True Women" with Dana Delaney and Angelina Jolie.

Boothe played the lead in the television movie "By Dawn's Early Light" with Rebecca DeMornay and James Earl Jones.

Boothe also starred as Phillip Marlowe in the HBO series "Phillip Marlowe, Private Eye."

These performances are accompanied by a solid background in the theater. In 1972, Boothe received his MFA from Southern Methodist University and became a resident actor at the Oregon Shakespeare Company. Two years later, he made his New York stage debut in the Lincoln Center production of "Richard III." Boothe's career breakthrough came with a staring role on Broadway in James McClure's critically acclaimed one-act comedy, "Lone Star."



Born and raised on a farm in Texas, Boothe now resides in Los Angeles, where he raises racing quarterhorses and resides with his family.




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Age: 68 years old
Birthday: June 1, 1948
Height: 6' 1 ½"
Full Name / Real Name: Powers Allen Boothe
Birthplace: Snyder, TX
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Pam Cole (5/25/1969, 2 children)


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