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.
Big and Weeds star Perkins marched at the front of the line alongside former local Fox News reporter Lauren Sivan who is among the women who allege they were sexually harassed by disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.
On a mission: Elizabeth Perkins, left, marched at the front of a rally against sexual harassment and abuse alongside Harvey Weinstein accuser Lauren Silvan on Sunday in Hollywood
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.
DailyMail.com has reached out to reps for both Perkins and Woods seeking comment.
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.'
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
Back in July, Perkins had called out the actor on Twitter after he criticized parents for celebrating thier gender creative child
The actress, who is currently appearing on the hit NBC drama This Is Us, is vocal in her support for those alleging abuse and harassment in the wake of the Weinstein scandal
In September, before the current scandal, actress Amber Tamblyn called out Woods on Twitter claiming he'd tried to pick her up when she was just 16.
The House and Joan Of Arcadia actress responded on social media after Woods criticized the film Call Me By Your Name for having a love story between two gay 17-year-old and 24-year-old characters.
She tweeted: 'James Woods tried to pick me and my friend up at a restaurant once. He wanted to take us to Vegas. "I'm 16" I said. "Even better" he said.'
Responding, Woods accused Tamblyn of lying.
Twitter user Amanda Kendall linked the movie's subject and Tamblyn's accusation by asking Woods a question about the morality and legalities of underage relationships: 'What makes a 24yo/17yo gay relationship inherently indecent but skeevy old guys trying to pick up a pair of 16 year old girls is okay?'
Woods responded with the tweet: 'The first is illegal. The second is a lie.'
In September, before the current scandal, actress Amber Tamblyn called out Woods on Twitter claiming he'd tried to pick her up when she was just 16
Responding on Tiwtter, Woods accused Tamblyn of lying
The spat between Tamblyn and Woods happened after the veteran actor criticized a movie portraying a gay affair between characters aged 17 and 24
After the Take Back the Workplace March finished, participants made their way back to the Hollywood & Highland complex for a #MeToo rally.
Titanic star Frances Fisher was among the speakers at the event in the heart of Tinseltown.
She wore a march t-shirt with a black leather biker jacket and a baseball cap with the words #standupforsomething.
Frances Fisher also participated in the event that combined the Take Back The Workplace March and #MeToo Survivors March and Rally
Titanic star Fisher was among the speakers who addressed the crowd at the Hollywood & Highland complex in the heart of Tinseltown