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Ira David Wood III is a multi-talented American author, playwright, singer and actor.
In 1987, he got a great opportunity to direct the U.S. Olympic Festival's opening ceremony. In 1999, he featured in the movie, My Teacher's Wife.
Best Known For
Ira has attained the most recognition for his work on the theatre production of A Christmas Carol.
Ira is straight. For 18 years, he was married to the actress, Sara Wood.
Ira was named after his father, while his mother is Bettie Lee. Right from 2004, Ashley Mattox became a member of the Wood family as she and Ira tied the knot. The couple has a child named Thomas together. Ira also has 2 children from his previous marriage to Sarah, Ira IV, Dana and Evan Rachel Wood, who have created a pretty successful career for themselves in the entertainment industry.
The production designer, Carol Winstead Wood is his sister.
Concerning his religious inclinations, Ira is not very outspoken, therefore, we can neither confirm his religious history nor the personal convictions he abides by. Though he attends church and likes Christmas holidays.
Worth To Know
Ira is the author of Confessions Of An Elf.
He is the founder of Theatre In The Park, which is located in North Carolina, where he was born and grew up.
In 2010, he was inducted into the Raleigh Hall Of Fame.
In 2010, he suffered from a tragic heart problem which caused his popular A Christmas Carol show to be discontinued. However, his health issues could not kill his passion for theatre as he continues to do theatre work.