thanks to the incredible artists who took a jet lagged fool and turned her into a glamorous one. i sure do love you!! and thanks to #adrift production and @hbo for figuring out how to get me from New Zealand to LA and back to New Zealand all within 24 hours. @marcusrfrancis @karayoshimotobua @karihillhair @buddywporter @ilariaurbinati @ashlie_johnson #emmys
Early Life and Education
Shailene Woodley was born on November 15, 1991, in Simi Valley, California. She holds the American nationality and belongs to White American ethnicity. She grew up along with her parents in Simi Valley, California.
When she was just fifteen years old she was diagnosed with scoliosis and was placed in a chest to hips plastic brace. She attended Simi Valley High School and then began her acting career.
the blood we share is forever one of the truths i treasure most in this life. thank you, for being, you. @lori.woodley #mothersday. ps. turtleneck game on POINT.
In 2001, the talented actress, Shailene Woodley began her acting career with small roles in the television series named Crossing Jordan and The District. Then she followed the lead role in the television movie A Place Called Home with a role of California Ford.
Her role as California helped her to earn a nomination of Young Artist Award for the category of Best Leading Young Actress in a TV movie. Additionally, Woodley made her feature film debut in The Descendants with a role of Alex. Her performance in the movie helped her to receive positive reviews from A.O. Scott.
In 2015, she featured a role of Tris in The Divergent Series: Insurgent. Her performance in the movie once again helped her to gain positive reviews. She appeared opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt in a biographical thriller names Snowden.
Recently, Woodley starred opposite Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon in the HBO series, Big Little Lies. In 2017, she was also nominated for the Emmy Award with a category of Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.
i’ve been trying to find the right words for a week now… the right words to accurately describe what this years @goldenglobes meant to me. what it meant to walk that carpet hand in hand with my sister @calinalawrence as she spoke so fearlessly and gracefully about the realities indigenous women live with day in and day out. what it meant to wear responsible jewels from @forevermarkusa who donated a generous amount to @timesupnow. what it meant to witness hundreds of my colleagues & peers wear black in an effort to visually represent the unification of our voices & intentions. what it meant to witness an industry that for so long has been divided by competition, fear, ego, jealousy, comparison (all products of patriarchal conditioning) radically put aside these destructive paradigms in order to unite & heal. what it meant to witness that fiery truth @oprah shared in person while tears streamed down the cheeks of her audience. what it meant to see so many men standing tall & listening earnestly to women who for so long have been silenced-to see them genuinely care to help heal these scars both genders bare. from the week i took to process it all, i suppose i can say this: it meant that my children have a shot at growing up in a world where women, and men, across ALL industries put their seeming differences aside in order to support one another’s healing. it meant that we are learning to remove labels & stand united no matter what cloak we wear. it meant that we are slowly but surely ushering in sacred matriarchy. it meant that we are living in a time where our voices can be used to carry & amplify all those songs our ancestors sung as they too fought their battles & sacrificed their lives for us. it meant that we are realizing, divine love. to all of the artists who won last sunday: congratulations. thank you for moving us to our cores. & to all the people who stood in solidarity (& continue to) in the @timesupnow movement, thank you for your hearts. we’re only at the bottom summit of this mountain called Healing, but hey, we gotta start somewhere. and, this is what we were made for. we were born to do this shit.
The proficient actress, Shailene Woodley is an avid environmental activist and a climate advocator. Along with her mother, she also co-founded a non-profit organization, All It Takes.
Previously Woodley was rumored to be dating Daren Kagasoff. Further, she was also found dating Ansel Elgort, her co-star from Fault In Our Stars. The duo was spotted in many public places and are seen together hanging out at different parties. As of now, she is much more concerned in building her professional career rather than building a great love life.
In 2016, Woodley protested against Dakota Access Pipeline, an underground petroleum transport pipeline which was built by Dakota Access LLC for the US $3.87 billion. She was arrested for criminal trespassing at that time.
first exhale in a long, long time. photo credit: @josue_foto #backontherez #nodapl #dakotaaccesspipeline #uptous
The 27-years-old actress, Shailene Woodley is living a lavish life. She has received several awards and honors including 20th Anniversary Global Green Environmental Awards.
As per the online sources, her net worth is also reported to be around $9 million. Her salary as per the episode is also estimated to be around $40 thousand. Woodley is 5 feet 8 inch in height and weighs approximately 119 lbs.