Evan Rachel Wood

Evan Rachel Wood was born the seventh in September 1987 in Raleigh, North Carolina in the actor's family. Evan's mother - actress and director, his father - actor, director, screenwriter, theater director and singer. Her brother David is also an actor.

Wood began his acting career in the mid-1990s, starring in several television series such as "CSI," "Death in small doses", "Sheriff from Hell," "Once and Again," a film "Father for Charlie" and " Practical Magic".

In 2002, she landed her first starring role in "The Keeper of Secrets" in the same year won a Young Hollywood Awards. The fame and critical acclaim came to his role as Evan Tracey teen drama "Thirteen" 2003, for which she was nominated for the "Golden Globe".

Then there were the films "The Devil in the flesh", "Down in the Valley," "On the verge of an acute," "King of California" and the musical "Across the Universe," in which Evan played a girl Lucy and sang a few songs group The Beatles.

In 2008, she starred in the critically acclaimed and audience the film "The Wrestler" with Mickey Rourke in the movie "The Life Before Her Eyes".

In 2009, as a guest star Evan Rachel Wood appeared in the TV series "True Blood," where she played the vampire queen Sophie-An Leclair. And in the same year she co-starred with Woody Allen in the film "Whatever Works" and began to work in the drama series "Mildred Pierce," with Kate Winslet.

In 2010 she became the face of the advertising campaign fragrance Gucci Guilty. In 2011 he came out is the third movie of the campaign, where Evan is paired with actor Chris Evans.

It was widely publicized in the press got a relationship with Wood, a famous musician Marilyn Manson. In November 2008 they parted. But in spring 2009, Wood and Manson back together, announced their engagement ... and again broke up - this time already definitively.