9-year-old Bowie hockey player breaking barriers on screen and the ice

BOWIE, Md. — A 9-year-old hockey player first gained the spotlight in Bowie as the team’s only Black, Deaf hockey player. Now, that spotlight has followed him to Hollywood — where he’s guest starring in HBO’s The Last of Us.

And Hollywood is how Keivonn Woodard’s teammates know him.

“[We] gave him a nickname — Hollywood — a couple of weeks ago, just because when he scores a goal, everybody knows because he likes to celebrate,” his coach, Chris Pozerski, said.

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