Evan Rachel Wood Bio, Age, Husband, Movies, Music, Frozen II, Westworld And True Blood

Evan Rachel Wood Biography

Evan Rachel Wood is an American actress, model and also a musician. She was born on September 7th, 1987 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

She is the daughter to Sara Lynn Moore and Ira David Wood III.  Her brothers are also actively involved in Theater in the Park while growing up. Her parents separated back in 1996 and later divorced. She moved to Los Angeles with her mother.
She briefly attended Cary Elementary which is a public school in Cary, North Carolina. She was then subsequently home-schooled and received her high school diploma when she was 15 years old. When she was 12 years old, she received a black belt in taekwondo.

Evan Rachel Wood Age

She was born on September 7th, 1987 in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is 31 years old as of 2018.
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She was dating English actor, Jamie Bell in 2005 for an year. She then publicly announced her relationship with Marilyn Manson back in 2007. They got engaged in 2010 but ended their engagement after seven months.
She disclosed that she was bisexual on Twitter in 2011. She got back together with Bell after having broken up 5 years ago. They got married in a small ceremony on October 30th, 2012 and they have a son together, born on July 29th, 2013.
After 19 months of marriage with Bell, they finally separated in May 2014. She then started dating Katherine Moenning. In 2017, she got engaged to Zack Villa but they called off their engagement in September 2017.

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She has a son, Jack Matfin Bell, who was born in 2013.

Evan Rachel Wood Movies

Movies

Year Title Role
1997 Digging to China Harriet Frankovitz
1998 Practical Magic Kylie Owens
1998 Detour Daniella Rogers
2001 Little Secrets Emily Lindstrom
2002 Simone Lainey Christian
2003 Thirteen Tracy Louise Freeland
2003 The Missing Lily Gilkeson
2005 Pretty Persuasion Kimberly Joyce
2005 The Upside of Anger Lavender “Popeye” Wolfmeyer
2005 Down in the Valley October “Tobe”
2006 Asterix and the Vikings Abba
2006 Shark Bait Cordelia
2006 Running with Scissors Natalie Finch
2007 King of California Miranda
2007 The Life Before Her Eyes Young Diana McFee
2007 Battle for Terra Mala
2007 Across the Universe Lucy Carrigan
2008 The Wrestler Stephanie Ramzinski
2009 Whatever Works Melodie St. Ann Celestine
2010 The Conspirator Anna Surratt
2011 The Ides of March Molly Stearns
2013 Charlie Countryman Gabi Ibanescu
2013 A Case of You Birdie Hazel
2014 Barefoot Daisy Kensington
2015 Strange Magic Marianne
2015 Into the Forest Eva
2017 Allure Laura Drake
2018 Flavors of Youth Yi Lin
2018 Viena and the Fantomes
2019 Untitled Miranda July Project Old Dolio
2019 Frozen 2 TBA

TV Shows

Year Title Role Notes
1994 In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness Little Susie Television film
1994 Search for Grace Young Sarah/Robin Television film
1995 A Father for Charlie Tessa Television film
1995 Death in Small Doses Anna Television film
1995–96 American Gothic Rose Russell 3 episodes
1997 Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story Television film
1998–99 Profiler Chloe Waters 6 episodes
1999 Down Will Come Baby Robin Garr Television film
1999–2002 Once and Again Jessie Sammler Main cast; 55 episodes
2000 Touched by an Angel Sarah Radcliff Episode: “Pandora’s Box”
2002 The West Wing Hogan Cregg Episode: “The Black Vera Wang”
2003 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Nora Easton Episode: “Got Murder?”
2009–11 True Blood Sophie-Anne Leclerq 8 episodes
2011 Mildred Pierce Veda Pierce Miniseries; 2 episodes
2013 Robot Chicken Minnie Mouse / Mother Voice; episode: “Botched Jewel Heist”
2015 Doll & Em Evan 5 episodes
2016–present Westworld Dolores Abernathy Main Role
2018 Drunk History Deborah Sampson Episode: “Heroines”

Music Video

Year Title Singer
2005 “Wake Me Up When September Ends” Green Day
2005 “At the Bottom of Everything” Bright Eyes
2007 “Heart-Shaped Glasses (When the Heart Guides the Hand)” Marilyn Manson
2015 “Can’t Deny My Love” Brandon Flowers

Evan Rachel Wood Music

  • if i fell
  • It Won’t Be Long
  • Blackbird
  • Hold Me Tight
  • I’d Have You Anytime
  • Dear Prudence
  • Can’t Help Falling in Love
  • Christmas Isn’t Christmas Without You
  • Because
  • C’mon Marianne / Stronger
  • I’ll Never Fall in Love Again
  • Strange Magic
  • Tell Him / Wild Thing
  • Straight On
  • Wild Christmas
  • Silver and Gold
  • Black Bird

Evan Rachel Wood True Blood

She portrayed Sophie-Anne Leclerq for 8 episodes of this TV show. Small-town Louisiana waitress Sookie Stackhouse already is viewed as an oddball by her friends and neighbours, since she can read the minds of those around her.
She doesn’t exactly help her reputation, though, when she falls for Bill Compton, a 173-year-old vampire who has `come out of the coffin’ along with many of his undead comrades now that a new synthetic blood has made it possible for vampires to survive without preying on humans.
Still, the conservative locals aren’t wild about mortal-vampire liaisons, especially Sookie’s boss, Sam Merlotte, who carries a torch for her. `Six Feet Under’ creator Alan Ball is behind this series adaptation of best-selling novels by Charlaine Harris.
First episode date: 7 September 2008
Final episode date: 24 August 2014
Theme song: Bad Things

Evan Rachel Wood Westworld

She has been playing the main role of Dolores Abernathy in this TV show since 2016. Westworld isn’t your typical amusement park. Intended for rich vacationers, the futuristic park — which is looked after by robotic “hosts” — allows its visitors to live out their fantasies through artificial consciousness.
No matter how illicit the fantasy may be, there are no consequences for the park’s guests, allowing for any wish to be indulged. “Westworld” — which is based on the 1973 Michael Crichton movie of the same name — features an all-star cast that includes Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins and Golden Globe winner Ed Harris.
Network: HBO
Genres: Science Fiction, Western
Production locations: Castle Valley, Simi Valley, Newhall, Agoura Hills, Universal City, Los Angeles
Directors: Lisa Joy, Jonathan Nolan

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She played the character role of Tracy Louise Freeland in this movie. Honor student Tracy Freeland (Evan Rachel Wood) has a troubling home life, but she is close to her mother, Melanie (Holly Hunter). While trying to conceal her inner turmoil by excelling academically, she befriends the calculating Evie (Nikki Reed), her school’s queen bee.
Evie talks Tracy into experimenting with drugs, exploring her sexuality and pickpocketing strangers to finance shopping sprees — but before long, Melanie realizes she must step in and stop her daughter’s destructive lifestyle.
Initial release: 20 August 2003 (New York City)
Director: Catherine Hardwicke
Nominations: Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Awards: Sundance Film Festival Directing Award: U.S. Dramatic
Screenplay: Nikki Reed, Catherine Hardwicke

Evan Rachel Wood Across The Universe

She portrayed Lucy Carrigan in this movie. The songs of the Beatles provide the sonic framework for this musical tale of romance, war and peace. When young British worker Jude (Jim Sturgess) sets sail for the United States in search of his father, he ends up meeting carefree college student Max (Joe Anderson) and his lovely sister, Lucy (Evan Rachel Wood), along with a cast of eccentric characters. As Jude and Lucy fall for each other, their relationship is threatened by the social upheaval that accompanies the Vietnam War.
Initial release: 13 September 2007 (New York City)
Director: Julie Taymor
Budget: 45 million USD

Evan Rachel Wood Practical Magic

She played the character role of Kylie Owens in this movie. Sally (Sandra Bullock) and Gillian Owens (Nicole Kidman), born into a magical family, have mostly avoided witchcraft themselves. But when Gillian’s vicious boyfriend, Jimmy Angelov (Goran Visnjic), dies unexpectedly, the Owens sisters give themselves a crash course in hard magic. With policeman Gary Hallet (Aidan Quinn) growing suspicious, the girls struggle to resurrect Angelov — and unwittingly inject his corpse with an evil spirit that threatens to end their family line.
Initial release: 16 October 1998 (USA)
Director: Griffin Dunne
Story by: Alice Hoffman
Box office: 68.34 million USD
Screenplay: Akiva Goldsman, Robin Swicord, Adam Brooks

Evan Rachel Wood Frozen

Her voice role in Frozen 2 is yet to be announced. Elsa the Snow Queen and her sister embark on an adventure far away from the kingdom of Arendelle.
Initial release: 22 November 2019 (USA)
Directors: Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck
Film series: Frozen
Producer: Peter Del Vecho
Screenplay: Jennifer Lee, Allison Schroeder

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Evan Rachel Wood: Actress tells Congress about sexual abuse

Source; bbc.com
Westworld actress Evan Rachel Wood has given powerful testimony to Congress in the US about her experiences as the victim of violent sexual assault.
She said she was raped by an ex-partner while unconscious and was “mentally and physically tortured until my abuser felt I had proven my love for them”.
Wood was one of three women giving evidence in support of the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights Act.
Wood described the bill as a “safety net that may help save someone’s life”.
The actress, 30, is known for playing Dolores Abernathy as well as roles in Mildred Pierce and Thirteen.
She told the House Judiciary Subcommittee she had been subjected to “toxic mental, physical and sexual abuse”, which had “altered the course of my life”.
The abuse included “sick rituals of binding me up by my hands and feet”, after which she would be “beaten and told unspeakable things”, she said.
“My self esteem and spirit were broken. I was deeply terrified and that fear lives with me to this day.”
‘I thought I was going crazy’
Wood told the committee that what happened in the aftermath of a rape was “a huge part of the conversation that needs much more attention”.
She said: “So often we speak of these assaults as no more than a few minutes of awfulness, but the scars last a lifetime. Even though these experiences happened a decade ago, I still struggle with the aftermath.
“Seven years after my rapes – plural – I was diagnosed with long-term PTSD, which I had been living with all that time without knowledge about my condition.
“I simply thought I was going crazy.”
The Sexual Assault Survivors’ Rights Act establishes statutory rights for survivors and has been passed at federal level.
But Wood and other campaigners want it to be applied in all 50 states of the US. It has currently been passed in nine.
‘Setting the bar higher’
The actress said she wanted to use her position as “an artist, survivor, mother and advocate to bring a human voice to the population of 25 million survivors in the US who are currently experiencing inequality under the law and who desperately need basic civil rights”.
Wood added: “This bill is just one step in the right direction of setting the bar higher for what’s right and what the standard will be that we set for society.”
She sat alongside Amanda Nguyen, chief executive of civil rights organisation RISE, and Rebecca O’Connor, who is president of anti-sexual violence organisation RAINN.
They are campaigning for victims to have access to sexual assault counsellors, fair and efficient rape kits and clear explanations of their rights.
The bill would also lead to an establishment of a task force to represent communities of different ethnic backgrounds and sexualities.