Woodall, a 1987 graduate of Greencastle High School, won a Visual Effects Society award for his work on "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest".
He, along with Bruce Holcomb, Charlie Bailey and Carl Miller won the award for Outstanding Models and Miniatures in a Motion Picture. Woodall also received a VES nomination in the same category in 2006 for his involvement with "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith".
After Woodall's graduation from GHS, he moved to Florida to start his career at MGM Studios. In 1995, special effect powerhouse Industrial Light and Magic, a subsidiary of Lucasfilm Ltd. in California, recruited Woodall.
Woodall's credits include: "Speed II", "Peter Pan", "Perfect Storm", "Dreamcatcher", "Pearl Harbor", the "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy, "Galaxy Quest" and "Transformers". In addition, he has worked on all six installments of the "Star Wars" franchise.
Woodall is interviewed in the Collector's Edition of "Transformers" and stars as an Imperial Guard in "Return of the Jedi: Special Edition".
Woodall resides in San Rafael, Calif., with his wife, Diane and their two sons, Levi, 4, and Nico, 2.
He is the son of Nelson and Sue Woodall of Greencastle.