- Fri Sep 8, 2017, 1:53 AM GMT
The 'Westworld' actress reportedly called it quits with her fiance and bandmate Villa about a month ago.READ MORE
Probably inheriting her acting skills from her actor parents, Evan Rachel Wood kicked off her career in early 1990s. She at first appeared on several television series, including "American Gothic" and "Once and Again". She went on guest starring on "The West Wing" and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". Besides, the September 7, 1987 born actress also snatched the recurring role of Sophie-Anne Leclerq on "True Blood" as well as lending her voice in an episode of "Robot Chicken".
Making her debut as a leading film actress in "Digging to China" (1998), it wasn't until she was billed to portray Tracy Louise Freeland in the 2003 semi-autobiographical drama film "Thirteen" that Wood rose to mainstream success. In addition to being nominated for several prestigious awards, she won Prism Award for Performance in a Theatrical Feature Film. Afterwards, she preferred acting in independent films, like "Pretty Persuasion" (2005), "Down in the Valley" (2006), also "Running with Scissors" (2006). She made a comeback to mainstream films in 2008 with a part as Stephanie Ramzinski in sports drama feature "The Wrestler".
The 'Westworld' actress has taken to social media to slam the 44-year-old actor after an interview with him from 1997 that included his gay-kissing comments has resurfaced.READ MORE
The newly-engaged actress talks about her bisexual identity and suicidal thoughts while accepting the Human Rights Campaign Visibility Award at an LGBT gala in North Carolina.READ MORE
The couple sported matching silver bands on their left ring fingers while attending the 2017 SAG Awards on Sunday, January 29.READ MORE
The couple was pictured wearing silver bands on their left ring fingers when gracing the red carpet of the 2017 SAG Awards on Sunday, January 29.READ MORE
The 'Westworld' actress announces hiatus from social media and thanks her online followers for their love and support.READ MORE