Fame came quickly to Woodrow Tracy Harrelson with the breakthrough role of Woody Boyd, the bartender, in the hit TV series "Cheers." Harrelson, who was born on July 23, 1961 in Midland, Texas, has an estimated net worth of $65 million. He has had featured roles in several movies, including Billy Hoyle, the basketball hustler in "White Men Can't Jump," Mickey Knox, the serial killer in "Natural Born Killers" and "Tony" Stone in "The Messenger," a performance that earned him an Oscar nomination. Harrelson has also received a Golden Globe and Best Actor (Oscar) nomination for his performance as Larry Flynt in the movie that chronicled the life of the porn magazine publisher. Woody Harrelson is actively engaged in several causes when away from the sound stage. The lifelong vegan is an acknowledged Peace Active and an Environmental Activist, as well.