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Evan Rachel Wood

Evan Rachel Wood is an American actress and singer whose breakthrough role in the film Thirteen led to other notable roles in films such as Mildred Pierce and Westworld. Her role in Thirteen catapulted her to fame, earning her Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. Her powerful performance as Stephanie in Darren Aronofsky’s The Wrestler earned her acclaim and further praise. Since 2016, she has played Dolores Abernathy in the science fiction thriller television series Westworld, for which she has received numerous prestigious awards such as the Critics’ Choice Television Award and the Satellite Award. Her roles in Practical Magic, Down Will Come Baby, Profiler, and Once and Again are also noteworthy.

Evan Rachel Wood’s Childhood and Education

Evan Rachel Wood was born on September 7, 1987, in Raleigh, North Carolina, to theatre actor and writer Ira David Wood III and actress and acting coach Sara Lynn Moore. Ira David Wood IV, Dana Wood, and Thomas Wood were her three brothers who raised her in Raleigh.

Wood is a devout follower of the Jewish faith. Rachel’s ethnic background includes English, Irish, Scottish, and German ancestry. Her nationality is American. Her mother is from a Christian family who converted to Judaism, and her father is also from a Christian family.

Wood and her brothers were active participants in several theatrical productions when she was a child. She made her stage debut as a one-year-old in her father’s musical comedy adaptation of A Christmas Carol in 1987. Her parents divorced in 1997, and she and her mother moved to her mother’s hometown of Los Angeles County, California.

Wood enrolled in a San Fernando Valley high school but dropped out due to the school’s environment. She later attended Cary Elementary School, a public school in Cary, North Carolina. She was home-schooled after that and graduated from high school at the age of 15.

Professional Career of Evan Rachel Wood

Evan Rachel Wood made her professional acting debut in the TV series American Gothic as a recurring character. She made her big-screen debut alongside Kevin Bacon and Mary Stuart Masterson in the low-budget 1998 film Digging to China.

In 2002, Wood landed a major role in Little Secrets as Emily Lindstrom, an aspiring concert violinist. She was also nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress for her work in the film. Her big break came in 2003 when she starred in the film Thirteen. She then went on to star alongside Cate Blanchett and Tommy Lee Jones in the thriller The Missing the following year.

Asterix and the Vikings, Running with Scissors, The Life Before Her Eyes, Across the Universe, and Mildred Pierce was among the films and TV series in which Wood appeared. In the hit series True Blood, she played Sophie-Anne Leclerq from 2009 to 2011.

Mildred Pierce, a 2011 HBO miniseries, starred Wood as the title character. The Conspirator, Charlie Countryman, A Case of You, and Into the Forest are among her other works.

Wood has been playing Dolores Abernathy in the fantasy sci-fi series Westworld since 2016, based on Michael Crichton’s 1973 film. For her portrayal of Dolores Abernathy in the series, she received Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. She made an appearance in Drunk History in 2018.

The following are a few of her most popular series.

Series Role IMDb Rating Awards Cast Members
Once and Again (1999-2002) Jessie Sammler 7.8 Young Artist Awards (won) Sela Ward
Billy Campbell
Jeffrey Nordling
Mildred Pierce (2011) Veda Pierce 8 Kate Winslet
Guy Pearce
Doll & Em (2015) Evan 6.5 Dolly Wells
Aaron Himelstein
Westworld (2016-present) Dolores Abernathy 8.9 Critics’ Choice Television Award and Satellite Awards Thandie Newton
Jeffrey Wright
James Marsden

Other Appearances And Music

Wood sang I’d Have You Anytime on the fourth CD of Chimes of Freedom: Bob Dylan’s Songs Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International, a compilation produced for the benefit of the organization, in 2012. She’s also a member of the Rebel and a Basketcase, an electro-pop duo she founded in 2016 with multi-instrumentalist Zach Villa.

Wood performed at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards on September 12, 2010.

Evan Rachel Wood has a net worth of $1 million.

Evan Rachel Wood has appeared in a number of notable films and television shows. She has also amassed a sizable fortune from her career, with a Celebrity Net Worth of around $8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

The following is a list of her high-end automobiles.

Car Price
Jeep Cherokee $27,690- $31,570.
Ford Escape $23,850
Audi Q7 $53,788
Chevrolet Traverse  $40,000

Budget for a movie role

Movie Role Budget Box Office  IMDb Rating Cast Members
The Upside of Anger (2005) Lavender “Popeye” Wolfmeyer $12 million $28,237,190 6.9 Joan Allen
Kevin Costner
Simone Lainey Christian $10 million $19.6 million 6.1 Al Pacino
Catherine Keener
The Wrestler (2008) Stephanie Ramzinski $6 million $44.7 million 7.9 Mickey Rourke
Marisa Tomei

Personal Life of Evan Rachel Wood

In the year 2005, Evan Rachel was in a relationship with British actor Jamie Bell. Green Day’s song “Wake Me Up When September Ends” featured the couple in a music video together. Both of their left ankles were tattooed with the letter J. In 2006, their relationship came to an end. She stated, “I love Jamie,” when asked about her relationship with him.

“Because we knew our love would last forever, we got matching tattoos.” The problem is that it didn’t work out; things happened, and we parted ways. However, I have no regrets about the tattoo. It takes me back to a wonderful time in my life.”

After a year, Wood made her relationship with Marilyn Manson public. The couple first met at a Chateau Marmont Hotel party. She claimed that Manson’s frequent use of black eyeliner drew her in, and she described her relationship with him as “healthy and loving.”

Wood appeared in the video for Heart-Shaped Glasses with her boyfriend Manson. For her role in the video, she also became the highest-paid actress in music video history. They split up in 2008, despite having a loving relationship. In the beginning of 2010, it was reported that the couple had reunited and that they had also become engaged to marry.

However, in August 2010, they called off their engagement. The following year, she announced on Twitter that she was bisexual, and in an interview with Esquire, she said, “I’m a bisexual.”

“I’m willing to try anything.” “Get to know a nice guy, get to know a nice girl…”

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In the summer of 2011, Wood revealed that she had rekindled her relationship with Jamie Bell. On October 30, 2012, the couple married in a small ceremony. In July 2013, they welcomed their first child, a son. However, after 19 months of marriage, the couple divorced.

Following their breakup, Wood began dating Katherine Moennig of The L Word. Then she began dating Zach Villa, a Rebel and Basketcase bandmate, and the two became engaged in January 2017. Despite this, they called off their engagement in September of 2017. She is currently enjoying her single life after a string of failed relationships.

Aside from acting, the versatile actress enjoys singing, swimming, and rollerblading. She enjoys horseback riding and has been a lifelong David Bowie fan. Cate Blanchett is her favorite actress, and Gene Wilder is her favorite actor. She is a tae kwon do black belt.

Assault on a woman

Wood claimed she was raped twice many years ago in an interview with a Rolling Stone reporter. She has not, however, revealed the identity of the perpetrator. She claimed to be a rape survivor and a sexual abuse survivor in front of the United States House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations.

Facts of Evan Rachel Wood
Date of Birth: 1987September-7
Age: 34 years old
Birth Nation: United States of America
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch
Name Evan Rachel Wood
Father to Ira David Wood III
Mother Sara Lynn Moore
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Raleigh, North Carolina
Ethnicity mixed ethnical background
Profession Acting
Net Worth $8 million
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