His father was a contract killer.
He was a schoolboy preacher turned Hollywood bad boy.
Woody Harrelson talks about why he has too many regrets to mention – and how the ‘goddesses’ in his life calmed him down.
It’s November in London and it’s cold in the room but Woody Harrelson has brought the Texas heat with him.
His eyes are alight and he speaks in warm gusts – like a hill-country preacher after a shot of straight bourbon.
He’s talking peace and love freedom and repentance.
He reckons he’s found an alternative path – towards a land of clean air – raw food and legalised marijuana.
How cool it would be if America came too.