Evan Rachel Wood was born in 1987 in North Carolina.
Wood appeared in films in the late ‘90s as well, first appearing as Sandra Bullock’s daughter in Practical Magic (1998).In 2003 she appeared in the Ron Howard western The Missing.That same year Wood had her breakout role in the film Thirteen, for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama.Wood had a role in The Upside of Anger (2005) and Running With Scissors (2006). You have to remind them that you're still a kid."“Like, do people remember when they were that age? I’ve never done anything like that.’ But yes you have.
And then when you are, they give you such a really hard time for it. They like to be high and mighty and say, ‘Oh, look at that person. But despite the fact that they never tied the knot, Wood -- who is now married to Jamie Bell and has a 4-month-old son -- admits she struggled with all the attention that surrounded their controversial relationship."If people were wondering why I was acting so-called crazy or like a teenager, it's because I was," she adds. When you're a teenager in an adult career, people expect you to be perfect and expect you to never make mistakes or to be a reckless teenager.In 2007, she had two movies open on the same day in September, Across the Universe and King of California.Also in 2007, Wood appeared in a video for Marilyn Manson’s song “Heart-Shaped Glasses.” Wood is dating Manson; the two met on the set for the film Phantasmagoria: The Visions of Lewis Carroll (2008).Evan Rachel Wood knows what it's like to be a budding teenager in Hollywood, trying to figure out which direction to take. And one path lead her right into a romance with musician, actor and artist, Marilyn Manson, when she was just 19 years old.