Kevin-Jamal-Woods
Kevin Jamal Woods | Biorgraphy

Quick Information

  • Full Name Kevin Jamal Woods
  • Occupation Former Actor, Employee at Media Market Research Company
  • Nationality American
  • Birth Date Jan 09, 1988
  • Age 33 Years, 8 Months
Cast of the movie 'The Little Rascals'

Kevin Jamal Woods | Biorgraphy

Woods launched a YouTube Channel, ThaReal KWoods, in 2006

Kevin Jamal Woods landed the role of Stymie in the 1994 children's movie, 'The Little Rascals.' The movie was about a group of children who were 'He-Man-Woman-Hating' club. For his role, Woods received a 'Young Artist Award' in 1995 under 'Best Performance by a Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture.' In 2014, the movie cast members gathered again for the 20th-anniversary celebration of the movie. Organized by the movie's production company 22-Vision, the members recreated the movie posters and famous picture shots.


Kevin Jamal Woods is a former actor known for his role Stymie in the children's movie 'The Little Rascals.'

Who is Kevin Jamal Woods?

Woods is a child actor who began his career as a model in magazines and catalogs. He was approached by a talent agent at 2 when he was spotted with his mother at a store. He eventually passed the agency's interview and landed an acting contract.

Woods then began appearing in commercials and attended auditions. After a couple of auditions, he got cast as Stymie in the kid's movie The Little Rascals. It was released in 1994, and it bagged him a 'Best Performance by a Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture' in the ‘1995 Young Artist Award.'

From 1994 to 1995, he played the role of Frank on the TV series Blossom. His other projects include the short video series On Nature's Trail Series as Kevin and voice acting in the movie Babe in 1995. He acted in the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger in the 1996 episode 'Cyclone,' 1996 TV movie America's Dream, and the 1997 TV movie Hope. He is also seen in the TV series Sons of Thunder in the 1999 episode, 'Lost and Found' and in the 2000 movie The Brainiacs.com.

After his last movie in 2000, Woods decided to continue his studies and lead a normal life. He then completed high school and went to Bethune-Cookman University on an academic scholarship. He finished college with a bachelor's degree in Mass Communication and Broadcast Journalism and interned at a Fox-affiliated broadcasting channel in Dallas.

He then took some time off from work, moved to Dallas, and joined an international media market research company.

Early Life and Career

Woods was born on 9 January 1988 to Helen Woods and Gary Woods.

In high school, Woods was in the marching band and got good at marching books. Based on his band talents, Woods got an academic scholarship from Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, Florida. He took the scholarship and graduated with a bachelor's degree in Mass Communication and Broadcast Journalism.

Acting Career

Woods began modeling for magazines and catalogs as a child. When Woods was around two years old, he was with his mother at a store when an acting agent approached them. His mother followed up with the agent, and eventually, after a couple of interviews, Woods signed with the agency.

He then began appearing in commercials and also began auditioning for roles. He landed a role in the 1994 film The Little Rascals.

The movie was about a group of children who were 'He-Man-Woman-Hating' club. However, one of the members, Alfalfa, liked a girl named Darla and began to charm her against the club's rules. His buddies, who were a gang of little mischief-makers, try to sabotage Alfalfa's opportunities.

Woods played the character of one of the gang members, Stymie. For his role, he received a 'Young Artist Award' in 1995 under 'Best Performance by a Youth Ensemble in a Motion Picture.'

Other than that, he also appeared in a recurring role of Frank on the TV series Blossom from 1994 to 1995. In 1995, he was also in the short video series On Nature's Trail Series as Kevin and voiced the role of puppy in the movie Babe.

Followed by that, Woods was seen on the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger as Simon Purcell in the 1996 episode 'Cyclone,' along with the 1996 movie America's Dream as Clyde.

Subsequently, in 1997 he appeared as Cleavell Monroe in the TV movie Hope, then on the series Sons of Thunder as Malik in a 1999 episode titled 'Lost and Found,' and his final acting role was of Danny in the 2000 movie The Brainiacs.com.

After Acting

In 2001, before joining high school, Woods wanted to study like a normal student, so he decided to leave acting. He then completed high school and graduated college with a degree in mass communication and broadcasting journalism. He also received an internship in a Fox-affiliated broadcasting channel in Dallas, Texas.

He worked as a reporter for a couple of months during the internship but found out that the position and work did not suit him. So, after graduation, he took some time off to decide what he wanted to do in his career. Eventually, he moved to Dallas and began working for an international media market research firm.

He also opened a YouTube Channel, ThaReal KWoods, in 2006.

'The Little Rascals' Reunion

In a podcast interview, Woods revealed that he kept in touch with the other actors of The Little Rascals through social media and most of them discontinued acting.

"…Twitter and Facebook is really how I've kept up with the rest of the cast members, yeah it's I mean we all kind of got our own lives now so it's it's kind of difficult to reconnect but I still follow everyone because they all seem to be doing interesting things…"

Then, in 2014, on the 20th anniversary of The Little Rascals, the production company, 22-Vision, invited the movie's actors for the anniversary celebration. Woods joined the reunion and recreated the movie posters and famous picture shots.

He expressed his opinion about the reunion, "…kind of like okay so as you know we did that 20-year reunion thing…and that was the first time in like at least 15 years yeah no like 20 years not 20 but 10 years that I had seen a couple of the other cast members like, Spanky the guy who played Spanky, uh Travis Pepper and I used to be really cool but that was back when I lived in California and then when we both moved back to Texas we moved to different parts of Texas so we hadn't really seen each other since like 2000. So, it was kind of cool to reconnect with everyone there…"

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