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Evan Rachel Wood Net Worth:
Evan Rachel Wood Net Worth:
Evan Rachel Wood Net Worth $8 Million
Evan Rachel Wood is an American celebrity, fashion model, and vocalist who has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Evan Rachel Wood was born in 1987 in Raleigh, North Carolina. Evan Rachel dad is a the Executive Director of Raleigh’s Theatre in the Park. Evan Rachel mother is an actress, director, and acting coach. Wood moved with her mother to Los Angeles and started reserved characters on made for television films in 1994. She was soon cast for a one-season character arc on “Profiler”. When that character ended, she was cast as Jessie Sammler on “Once and Again”. Wood made her mother’s film debut in the 1998 film “Digging to China” alongside Kevin Bacon and the exact same year appeared in “Practical Magic” alongside Nicole Kidman. Wood’s breakthrough movie role came in 2003 in the picture “Thirteen” in which her mother played a adolescent who sunk right into a downward spiral of drugs, sex, and crime. She was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and Screen Actors Guild Award for the best Performer. Ever since then, Wood has worked steadily in film and television. Then has a black belt in taekwondo.
American actress and singer, Evan Rachel Wood comes with an estimated net worth $8 million. Evan Rachel Wood was born on September 7, 1987 in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States, where her dad Ira David Wood ran a theater company. Along with her two brothers, she played in her father’s stage productions before getting small parts in made-for-TV movies. In 1995, she made several guest appearances on the CBS play American Gothic, as the daughter of Mrs. Russell (played by real-life mom Sara Lynn Moore). Her next regular character was Chloe on the NBC sci-fi police play Profiler. She left the show to join the cast of the favourite ABC family drama Once and Again as Rick’s daughter Jessie.
Together with kid actor co-stars Julia Whelan and Meredith Deane, she won a Young Artist Award for her work in the show. Other TV appearances include Touched by an Angel, The West Wing, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. In 1998, Wood made her first feature film in Timothy Hutton’s directorial debut Digging to China. In the starring part of Harriet Frankovitz, she played a ten-year-old girl who befriends emotionally challenged adult Ricky (Kevin Bacon). Her next leading character was in the family-friendly play Little Secrets as teenage concert violinist Emily Lindstrom. Her big breakthrough came in 2003 as the star of Catherine Hardwicke’s directorial debut Thirteen, that was partly composed by teen co-star Nikki Reed. Established into semi-stardom by the good-promoted film, she was subsequently offered a part in Ron Howard’s Western The Missing, also starring Cate Blanchett and Tommy Lee Jones. Jobs for 2004 include the family drama The Upside of Anger and the teen comedy Pretty Persuasion.