One of Woodward's early TV roles was In the Dream Divided in 1969. He took on the lead role of F Scott Fitzgerald in a biopic about the famous writer.
Woodward played Edgar Allen Poe's famous detective Auguste Dupin in Murders in the Rue Morgue in 1968.
In another adaptation, Woodward (right) starred in Evelyn Waugh's trilogy Sword of Honour.
Woodward was most famous for his roles in The Wicker Man and The Equalizer - here he talked about his work on Michael Aspel's chat show in 1974.
Woodward (right) played the lead in 1970s futuristic drama 1990s, where government bureaucracy had run riot.
Woodward also tackled comedy - he appeared in Common as Muck in the 1990s, a programme about six bin men working for a private waste disposal company.
In World War II TV drama Night Flight, Woodward played Harry Peters alongside Christopher Plummer in 2001.
Woodward starred as the Reverend Stephen Hedges in TV thriller Messiah in 2001.
One of his most recent roles was as Victor Marsham in Five Days, a five-part mini-series that revolved around the disappearance of a young mother in a quiet British suburb in 2007.
Woodward returned to the small screen in EastEnders earlier this year for six episodes.
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