|Dynamite comes in small packages. Evan Rachel Wood was born on September 7,
1987, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her father is Ira David Wood III, and her mother is
Sara Lynn Moore. She has two older brothers: Dana, a musician, and Ira David Wood
IV. Evan and her brothers sometimes performed at Theatre In The Park in Raleigh,
North Carolina, where her father is the executive director and founder of the theatre.
At age 7, Evan lost out to Kirsten Dunst for the child lead in Interview with the
Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles. She moved to Los Angeles with her mom and
brother, Ira, in 1996 and has had success ever since, appearing in a TV series,
TV-movies, and the big screen film Practical Magic. She starred in the comedy S1m0ne
as Al Pacino's daughter, followed by Thirteen, with Holly Hunter, The King of
California opposite Michael Douglas, and most recently in the Beatle's music inspired
Across the Universe, which garnered her a Delta's Choice nomination for best nude
Evan first came to our attention with her phenomenal performance as Tracy Freeland a
young adolescent exploring the world of drugs, sex & rebellion in the 2003 hit
Trained in dance. She loves to sing, swim, rollerblade and go horseback riding.
She has a black belt in Tae Kwon Do
Got her high school diploma at the age of 15.
Delta 99 Most Desirable Women #10
Cannes Film Festival - Chopard Trophy Female Revelation
Delta 99 Most Desirable Women #27
Delta 99 Most Desirable Women #20
Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards - Sierra Award Youth in Film for: Thirteen
Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards - PFCS Award Breakout Performance On Screen
Prism Awards - Prism Award Performance in a Theatrical Feature Film for: Thirteen
Bratislava International Film Festival - Special Mention For her acting for: Thirteen
Young Hollywood Awards - One to Watch - Female
Young Artist Award - Best Ensemble in a TV Series for: "Once and Again"
Shared with: Julia Whelan , Meredith Deane