Evan Rachel Wood is a well-known actress who has been in the industry since she was old enough. She was born into an acting family, which helped her rise to fame.
In the entertainment industry, no one has been more successful than Evan Rachel Wood. She has been working for two decades now and she still shows no signs of slowing down.
Evan is most famously known for her role in A Christmas Carol. Ira David Wood III, Evan’s father, is a locally famous actor, director, playwright and producer while her mother Sarah Lynn Moore is best known for being an actress, director and acting coach.
Evan was deeply involved in theatre during her youth, and she chose to pursue acting early on. She began acting in TV roles as early as 1994 when she was 7 years old, with her first appearing in the 1997 film “Digging to China” alongside Kevin Bacon and Cathy Moriarty. Her breakout role occurred in 2003 with Tr, which she played a drug-addled teen.
Evan starred in a series of interesting and diverse roles following the release of Thirteen. Her acting skills were praised when she starred in early roles like Running With Scissors, King of California, and Across the Universe. She continued to star in both commercial films and independent films alike for the rest of her career, including The Life Before Her Eyes, The Wrestler, and Whatever Wonderful Things May Come.
In 2016, Evan was one of the lead actors on HBO’s television adaptation of Westworld. She has also appeared in the miniseries Mildred Pierce and a recurring role as Sophie-Anne Leclercq, a vampire queen, on HBO’s True Blood.
As of 2022, Evan’s net worth is still around $8 million. Per season she makes $2.5 million in salary according to Celebrity Net Worth.