'Babe' James Cromwell Arrested After Involving In A Protest! Sentenced to 7 Days Of Jail
The Emmy Award-winning actor James Cromwell has been sentenced to Jail for seven days after he refused to pay fines related to his arrest at a protest at a New York power plant back in December 2015.
After being arrested for a protest in Wawayanda, New York, James Cromwell and other six environmental protesters were asked to pay $375 as a fine for being guilty of obstruction of traffic as they staged a sit-in at a Competitive Power Ventures natural gas site.
James Cromwell, Madeline Shaw, and Pramilla Malick refused to pay the fine while three of the six environmental activists paid theirs. According to Variety-
“If we don’t stay together, nothing will change....Power to the people.”
On Thursday a Wawayanda, N.Y. court decided that Babe star Cromwell and two other will spend seven days jail in July since they refused to pay the fine. Cromwell will spend a week in Orange County Jail.
The seventy-seven years old James Oliver Cromwell has been married thrice. He is now bound in marital relation with actress Anna Stuart since January 2014. Speaking of his children, he has two sons; Colin Cromwell and John Cromwell and a daughter named Kate Cromwell.
Standing tall at the height of 6 feet and 6.5 inches, Cromwell is known for his tall stature. His son John is yet taller than him, who stands tall at the height of 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m).
James began his acting career at the very young age and by this time; he has appeared in more than fifty films. The four-time Primetime Emmy Awards nominated actor Cromwell is notable for his roles in L.A. Confidential (1997), American Horror Story: Asylum (2012), The Green Mile (1999), Babe (1995), Star Trek: First Contact (1996), and Murder by Death.
Some other acting credits of Cromwell are The Sum of All Fears (2002), The Longest Yard (2005) and The Queen (2006). Moreover, he has appeared in Six Feet Under (2003– 2005), Secretariat (2010), The Artist (2011), Still Mine (2013) and Halt and Catch Fire (2015).