Evan Rachel Wood was born in North Carolina, U.S.A on 7th September 1987. She is a movie-artist and was a part of many TV shows and movies. Her father is a theatre artist and used to write drama and is also an actor and singer. ‘Sara Lynn Moore’, an actress and an acting coach for the youngsters is Evan Wood’s mother. Evan’s brother and sister are actively involved in the theatre work and also handle the Theatre in the Park where their father is the executive director. Wood joined Cary Elementary and later got her diploma at the age of 15.
Evan debuted in 1994 where she was cast as the lead in the TV series “American Gothic”. Later in 1996, Evan’s parents got separated which forced her to move to California. She was a part of “Profiler” and soon after the first season she joined the crew for the TV series, “Once and Again”. Evan’s first debut movie was “Digging to China”. The movie was a hit and strengthened Evan’s feet in the film world. She was a part of a fantasy film, “Practical Magic” in the same year which had ‘’ and ‘
’ in the lead cast for the movie.
In 2002, Evan played the role of a violinist in Little Secrets for which she was nominated and also won many awards. Evan Wood delivered her best performance in the 2003 release, “Thirteen” where she portrayed the character of Tracy Freeland. She and her friend get involved in drugs, sex and alcohol problem and becomes increasingly prone to it. They find it helpful to minimize the tension in their life and enjoy. They both harm each other and get into a fight and ultimately their life change and both of them suffer from mental disturbance and are forced to leave the town. The movie received mixed reviews; it gained positive ones because it reflected the proper life of teenagers getting involved in drugs and alcohol to solve their life problems and also had negative impression over critics for showing a lot of nostrum abuse and sexual behavior.
Evan was also a part of many TV series which includes CSI, True Blood, Robot Chicken, West World, etc. She was also a part of various movies like King of California, The Wrestler, The Conspirator, The Ideas of March, A Case of You, etc. Evan dated
but soon ended their relationship. Later, she got involved with Marilyn Manson and they got engaged, but their relationship also ended very soon, and then Evan again got involved with her Ex-husband Jamie after five years since they broke up and married him in 2012. They got separated in 2014, and Evan later posted on Twitter that she is a bisexual.
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Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, Evan is an American actress, who is best identified for her role in the movie, Thirteen, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards. As for studies, she was home-schooled and acquired her graduation diploma at the age of fifteen. Her career in acting started with television films and she also appeared in the television shows like, “American Gothic”, “Profiler”, and “Once and Again”. In the year 1996, her parents separated, and she moved to Los Angeles, California. In the year 1998, she co-starred opposite
in the movie, “Digging to China”, which earned the Children’s Jury Award at the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.
That same year, she also became a part of the fantastical movie, “Practical Magic”, a movie that also had the renowned actresses, Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman. In the year 2002, she played the character of an aspiring young concert violinist (14-year-old) in the movie, “Little Secrets”, a role for which she was designated for Best Leading Young Actress at the Young Artist Awards. She was also a part of the movie, “S1M0NE”, opposite . She was titled as one of the “It Girls” of Hollywood by Vanity Fair in the year 2003. Her movie, “Pretty Persuasion”, which attended to the themes of sexual pestering and judgment in schools about women in the mass media, was a Grand Jury Prize Sundance Film Festival nominee.
Her performance in the movie, “Down the Alley” was also appreciated quite a bit. Some of the music videos of which she has been a part are, “Wake Me Up When September Ends” by Green Day, and “At the Bottom of Everything” by Bright Eyes. In the year 2006, she earned the “Spotlight Award for Emerging Talent”, given to her by Premiere magazine. For the movie, “Running with the Scissors”, she was awarded the “Chopard Trophy for Female Revelation” at the Sundance Film Festival, 2007. Another one of her blockbuster movies is “Across the Universe”, which was nominated for the Golden Globe Awards.
Some of her other appreciated projects are, “The Wrestler,” “The Life Before Her Eyes,” “Whatever Works”, and “Charlie Countryman” etc. As for her personal life, she was in a relationship with Marilyn Manson in the year 2007 and then in the year 2011; she ignited her romantic connection with Jamie Bell. To put the icing on the cake, Wood has a black belt in Taekwondo. She might as well give Superman a run for his money!