Evan Rachel Wood
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Profession||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Gender||Sep 7, 1987 (34 years old)|
|Date of Birth||$250 Thousand Per Episode|
|Nationality||Singer, Actor, Voice Actor, Fashion Model|
What is Evan Rachel Wood’s Salary and Net Worth?
American actress and musician Evan Rachel Wood has a net worth of $8 million. Evan Rachel Wood has appeared in a variety of films and television shows. She received attention for her performances in the films “Thirteen,” “Pretty Persuasion,” and “Across the Universe” after debuting on the television series “American Gothic” and “Once and Again.” Wood’s previous works include “The Wrestler” and “The Ides of March,” as well as “True Blood,” “Mildred Pierce,” and “Westworld” on television.
Evan Rachel Wood was born in Raleigh, North Carolina on September 7, 1987 to actors and directors Sara Lynn Moore and Ira David Wood III. Wood and her brothers were nurtured in the Jewish religion by their mother, a convert to Judaism. Growing childhood, the children were all involved in Theatre in the Park, a local community organization whose executive director was their father.
Wood made her professional acting debut as a child in 1994, starring in “In the Best of Families: Marriage, Pride & Madness” and “Search for Grace.” The next year, she appeared in the television films “A Father for Charlie” and “Death in Small Doses.” Wood featured in three episodes of the CBS horror series “American Gothic” from 1995 to 1996. Following the 1996 divorce of her parents, she relocated to the Los Angeles region with her mother. She was homeschooled and graduated from high school there.
In 1997, Wood made her big-screen debut with Kevin Bacon in the drama “Digging to China” by Timothy Hutton. The next year, she appeared in “Practical Magic,” a fantasy romantic comedy starring Nicole Kidman and Sandra Bullock. In the 2001 drama “Little Secrets,” Wood played an aspiring concert violinist as a teenager. She then appeared in the science-fiction film “Simone,” starring Al Pacino, in a minor part. In the 2003 indie drama “Thirteen,” Wood made her debut as a sexually active, drug-addicted adolescent. She garnered Golden Globe and SAG Award nominations for Best Actress for her performance. In the years that followed, Wood starred in a number of critically acclaimed independent films, such as Ron Howard’s Western “The Missing,” the black comedy “Pretty Persuasion,” the romantic dramedy “The Upside of Anger,” the neo-Western “Down in the Valley,” and the dramedies “Running with Scissors” and “King of California.”
In 2007, Wood provided her voice for the science-fiction animated film “Battle for Terra.” Her most prominent performance that year was alongside Jim Sturgess in Julie Taymor’s jukebox Beatles musical “Across the Universe.” Wood later appeared in the thriller “The Life Before Her Eyes” and the sports drama “The Wrestler,” in which she portrayed Mickey Rourke’s estranged daughter. She then appeared in the 2009 Woody Allen comedy “What Works” as a co-star. Following “The Conspirator,” she appeared in “The Ides of March,” “Charlie Countryman,” “A Case of You,” and “Barefoot.” In 2015, Wood was featured in the apocalyptic drama “Into the Forest” and the animated jukebox musical “Strange Magic.” She portrayed the role Queen Iduna in the Disney animated sequel “Frozen II” a few years later. Wood has also been in the psychological thriller “Allure,” the criminal comedy “Kajillionaire,” and the love musical “Vienna and the Fantomes.”
Wood featured in six episodes of the criminal drama series “Profiler” in the late 1990s, between appearances in the television films “Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story” and “Down Will Come Baby.” Her breakout role on television occurred in 1999, when she began as Jessie Sammler on the ABC sitcom “Once and Again.” Through 2002, the show lasted for three seasons. Wood featured in episodes of “Touched by an Angel” and “The West Wing” during this time. Later, from 2009 to 2011, she portrayed Sophie-Anne Leclerq in recurring roles in seasons two and three of the HBO fantasy horror series “True Blood.” Also in 2011, Wood had one of her most lauded performances in the miniseries adaption of “Mildred Pierce,” for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie.
In 2013, Wood provided her voice to “Robot Chicken” characters. She had a recurring part in the British comedy series “Doll & Em” two years later. In 2016, Wood scored one of her most prominent television roles to date when she was cast as the sentient robot Dolores Abernathy in the HBO science-fiction Western series Westworld.
In 2018, Evan Rachel Wood started receiving $250,000 every Westworld episode. In terms of a 10-episode season, this equates to $2.5 million every season.
Wood sang “I’d Have You Anytime” as a musician on the fourth CD of the Amnesty International charity album “Chimes of Freedom.” She played with Zach Villa as part of the electro-pop duo Rebel and a Basketcase from 2016 to 2017. Consequently, in 2018, she and Zane Carney founded the cover band Evan + Zane. The next year, Wood debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Show Yourself,” a duet with Idina Menzel from the “Frozen II” album.
Personal Life and Political Activity
Wood dated actor Jamie Bell in 2005. She later dated rocker Marilyn Manson, with whom she became engaged in 2010; however, they broke up prior to being married. Wood revealed her bisexuality in 2011 and resumed her relationship with Bell. The couple were engaged in 2012, had a son in 2013, then separated in 2014. Wood’s subsequent relationship was with Zach Villa; they became engaged in early 2017 before breaking up later that year.
In 2016, Wood disclosed to a Rolling Stone journalist that she had been raped twice in the past. In 2018, she advocated for the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Bill of Rights Act before the United States House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations. Wood spoke before the California Senate the following year to help enact the Phoenix Act, which extends the statute of limitations in domestic assault prosecutions. Later, in 2021, Wood disclosed that Marilyn Manson was one of her abusers.