Actresses Elizabeth Perkins and Frances Fisher were among those who came out Sunday morning to participate in the Take Back The Workplace March and #MeToo Survivors March & Rally in Hollywood.
Hundreds turned out for the march, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
As she marched along, Perkins, 56, at one point held up a handwritten sign that said: ‘James Woods #MeToo.’
It’s not known why she chose to carry it.
Perkins, who currently has a role on the hit NBC drama This Is Us, is very vocal on social media in her support for the women who have spoken up and shared their own experiences of being shamed and sexually abused.
She has previously disputed with Woods on Twitter for his political stance on issues such as gender. When he tweeted a photo of parents holding signs to support their gender creative child and criticized them, Perkins responded on her own Twitter feed, describing him as a ‘misogynistic hatefully vile human being.’