Shailene Woodley

Shailene Diann Woodley (born November 15, 1991) is an American actress, film producer, and activist. Born in San Bernardino, California, and raised in Simi Valley, Woodley began modeling at the age of four and began acting professionally in minor television roles. She first gained prominence for her starring role as Amy Juergens in the ABC Family drama series The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008–2013).

Shailene Woodley
Woodley at the 2014 premiere of Divergent
Born (1991-11-15) November 15, 1991
  • Actress
  • film producer
  • activist
Years active1999–present
AwardsFull list

Woodley made her film debut in The Descendants in 2011, and went on to star in the coming-of-age film The Spectacular Now (2013). For the former, she won a Cannes Trophée Chopard as well as received a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and the latter won her a special jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival. She achieved wider recognition for her starring role as a teenaged cancer patient in the romantic drama The Fault in Our Stars (2014) and as Beatrice Prior in the science-fiction trilogy The Divergent Series (2014–2016). From 2017 to 2019, she played a sexual assault survivor in the HBO drama series Big Little Lies, for which she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award. In 2021 she played Anna in the drama film The Fallout (2021).

Woodley is an environmental activist and has served as a board member of the political action committee Our Revolution.

Early life

Woodley was raised in Simi Valley, California. Her mother, Lori (née Victor),[1] is a school counselor, and her father, Lonnie Woodley, a school principal.[2] She has a younger brother.[3]

At 15, she was diagnosed with scoliosis[4] and was put in a chest-to-hips plastic brace to stop her spine from curving further.[5] Woodley attended Simi Valley High School[6] and modeled at the age of four. She also took acting classes from Anthony Meindl.[7]


1999–2010: Career beginnings and Secret Life

Woodley in 2008

Woodley began her acting career in 1999 with a minor role in the television film Replacing Dad. She went on to feature in minor television roles in The District and Crossing Jordan (in the latter, she portrayed the 10-year-old version of Jill Hennessy's title character). She followed with a leading role in the television film A Place Called Home (2004) as California Ford, which earned her a nomination for a Young Artist Award for Best Leading Young Actress in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special.[8] She also originally played the young Kaitlin Cooper in The O.C.[4] and appeared as the titular character Felicity Merriman in the television film Felicity: An American Girl Adventure (2005). Her performance received another Young Artist Award nomination, this time for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, or Special (Comedy or Drama). Following this, Woodley appeared in numerous guest roles in other television series, including Everybody Loves Raymond, My Name is Earl, CSI: NY, Close to Home, and Cold Case.

Woodley was then cast as the main character, Amy Juergens, in the ABC Family series The Secret Life of the American Teenager (2008–2013), about a 15-year-old girl who learns she is pregnant. The show explores the effects of her pregnancy on her family, friends, and herself, as well as life at Grant High School. Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly praised her performance, stating, "[It] lifts a well-meaning, rather brave, but ramshackle show a notch."[9] Popular among viewers, the show became one of ABC Family's most-watched telecasts throughout its five-season run, spanning over 121 episodes.

2011–2014: Film debut and breakthrough

In 2011, Woodley made her feature film debut in The Descendants, where she played Alex, the troubled elder daughter of Matt King (played by George Clooney). Her performance received positive reviews from critics. A. O. Scott from The New York Times said, "Ms. Woodley..[gives] of the toughest, smartest, most credible adolescent performances in recent memory."[10] Peter Debruge from Variety said that her performance is a "revelation" and that "in the role of Alex, [she is] displaying both the edge and depth the role demands."[11] Receiving accolades for her performance, Woodley received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture,[12] and won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female.[13] People named her one of 2012 "Most Beautiful at Every Age."[14] Woodley was also considered one of the 55 faces of the future by Nylon's "Young Hollywood Issue".[13]

Woodley starred in the film adaptation of Tim Tharp's novel, The Spectacular Now, as Aimee Finecky, an innocent, bookish teenager who begins dating the charming, freewheeling high-school senior (Miles Teller).[15] The film premiered at Sundance on January 18, 2013.[16] Her portrayal of Aimee gained praise from critics; Los Angeles Times' critic Betsy Sharkey said that Woodley and Teller "bring such an authentic face of confidence and questioning, indifference and need, pain and denial, friendship and first love,"[17] while another critic from The Guardian said that they gave "remarkably strong performances" that "display a depth of feeling that's breathtaking in its simplicity and honest[y]."[18] Additionally, Woodley won the Special Jury Award for Acting, alongside Teller, at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and received a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead.

Woodley in 2011

In October 2012, Woodley was offered the role of Mary Jane Watson in The Amazing Spider-Man 2.[19] On June 19, 2013, she was cut from the film. Director Marc Webb told The Hollywood Reporter that the cut was "a creative decision to streamline the story and focus on Peter and Gwen and their relationship," and that everyone loved working with Woodley.[20] She had also signed on to star in White Bird in a Blizzard, directed by Gregg Araki. Although filming took place in October 2012, the film was not released until January 20, 2014, at the Sundance Film Festival[21] and then on October 24, 2014, to wider audiences, where it received mixed reviews. In the film, she plays teenager Katrina "Kat" Connors, whose life is thrown into chaos when her mother disappears. Critic Moira MacDonald commended her by saying, "Woodley's depiction of Kat is low-key, natural, and utterly unaffected; as she has in every role, she makes the character her own, with her scratchy little voice and level gaze."[22]

In 2014, Woodley starred as Beatrice "Tris" Prior in the film Divergent, an adaptation of Veronica Roth's best-selling young-adult novel of the same name, and the first installment in The Divergent Series.[23] Set in a dystopian and postapocalyptic Chicago, the film received mixed reviews, but Woodley's performance as Tris received a positive reception; Sam Allard from Orlando Weekly said, "with her performance as Tris Prior in Divergent, Woodley rescues and then raises up a film that could have been an utter disaster."[24] Divergent reached the number-one spot at the box office during its opening weekend, and was a financial success.[25]

Afterwards in 2014, Woodley starred as Hazel Grace Lancaster in The Fault in Our Stars, the film adaptation of John Green's novel of the same name. She portrayed a 16-year-old cancer patient who meets and falls in love with Augustus Waters (played by Ansel Elgort, who also played her brother in the Divergent series), a similarly afflicted teen from her cancer support group. Green said via Twitter about Woodley; "There were so many amazing auditions for the role of Hazel, but Shailene's love for the book and her understanding of Hazel blew me away."[26] The film was a blockbuster success, grossing over $307 million worldwide.[27] Woodley's performance received critical acclaim from critics; Peter Travers from Rolling Stone called her a "sublime actress with a résumé that pretty much proves she's incapable of making a false move on camera",[28] and Richard Roeper of Chicago Sun-Times stated that her performance as Hazel is Oscar-worthy; and added, "she's that memorable"[29] On November 14, 2014, she received The Hollywood Film Award for Hollywood Breakout Performance – Actress for her performance as Hazel.

2015–present: Further film and television work

Woodley at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con

In 2015, Woodley reprised her role as Tris in The Divergent Series: Insurgent, the second installment in The Divergent Series. Her performance once again received critical acclaim, with Daniel M. Kimmel of New England Movies Weekly writing, "Woodley does solid work here as she's done elsewhere, and continues to be someone to watch." Despite a more negative critical reception than the previous film, Insurgent was commercially successful, making nearly $100 million in its worldwide debut and grossed $295.2 million worldwide.[30] She reprised her role again in the penultimate film of the series Allegiant (2016). The film, however, was poorly reviewed by critics[31] and a box-office bomb.[32] Lionsgate had planned for the final film in the series to be made for television, but Woodley announced that she would not be a part of it.[33] She next starred opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Oliver Stone's biographical thriller Snowden (2016),[34] in which Gordon-Levitt portrayed Edward Snowden.[35][36][37] Owen Gleiberman's review said that Woodley "gives a performance of breathtaking dimension: As the movie goes on, she makes Lindsay supportive and selfish, loving and stricken."[38]

Starting in 2015,[39] Woodley took a break from filming for nearly a year, stating in a later interview that she "had hit a wall with acting."[40] From 2017 to 2019, Woodley starred as a sexual assault survivor, alongside Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon, in two seasons of the HBO drama series Big Little Lies.[41] She was nominated for an Emmy and Golden Globe Award in 2017 for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie and Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television respectively for her role.[42][43] She also starred in and produced the biographical film Adrift (2018), with Baltasar Kormákur as director.[44] Her performance as Tami Oldham Ashcraft, a real-life sailor who was stranded at sea after a storm, with Daniel Feingold from WSVN calling her work "Oscar-worthy".[45] Woodley was awarded the Rising Star Award during the 2018 Deauville Film Festival.[46]

In 2019, Woodley starred in the romantic drama Endings, Beginnings alongside Sebastian Stan, Jamie Dornan, and Matthew Gray Gubler.[47] In 2021, she starred in the real-life Guantanamo Bay drama film The Mauritanian alongside Jodie Foster, Tahar Rahim and Benedict Cumberbatch.[48]

Upcoming projects

Woodley joined the romantic drama film The Last Letter From Your Lover, which began production in Mallorca, Spain, and the United Kingdom in mid-October 2019. Woodley executive produced the film alongside co-star Felicity Jones. The film was directed by Augustine Frizzell.[49] She will next star in Misanthrope, an upcoming thriller centered on a talented but troubled cop who is recruited by the FBI to help profile and track down a serial killer. The film is set to be directed by Damián Szifron. Woodley will serve as a producer on the film. Filming is set to begin in early 2021.[50] She was also cast in Girl Named Sue, a film based on the true story of Sue Webber-Brown, a DEA agent who created the Drug Endangered Children (DEC) protocol.[51] She joined Shia Lebeouf and Robert De Niro in the upcoming crime drama After Exile, with Joshua Michael Stern as director.[52] In November 2020, she joined The Fence a political satire film that will reunite her with Miles Teller for their fifth film. The film will be directed by Grímur Hákonarson, and begins filming in March 2021.[53] She is attached to star in animated feature Scarygirl and romance film No Baggage, which are in pre-production and development respectively.[54][55]

Personal life

In 2018, Woodley confirmed she was dating Australian-Fijian rugby union player Ben Volavola.[56][57] In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, she said: "I fall in love with human beings based on who they are, not based on what they do or what sex they are".[58] In April 2020, the relationship with Volavola was reported to have ended.[59]

Woodley was reported to have been in a relationship with NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers since the second half of 2020.[60] In February 2021, Rodgers referred to his "fiancée" during his acceptance speech during the NFL Honors for the league's MVP award, confirming that he was engaged, but not to whom.[61] Woodley confirmed she was engaged to Rodgers in a February 22 appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.[62]


Shailene Woodley at the film premiere of White Bird in a Blizzard in 2014

Woodley is an avid environmental activist[63] and climate advocate.[64] With her mother, she co-founded the All it Takes non-profit organization in 2010. All it Takes is a youth leadership program that aims to educate young people to practice empathy, compassion, responsibility, and purpose in hopes to foster sustainable, positive change for themselves, others and the environment.[65] She supported Bernie Sanders for president in 2016 and 2020.[66]

In 2016, she protested against the Dakota Access Pipeline, an underground petroleum transport pipeline. In October, she was arrested for criminal trespassing in Saint Anthony, North Dakota.[67][68][69] Woodley pleaded guilty and was sentenced to a year of probation.[70][71]

In mid-2016, Woodley joined the board of Our Revolution, a political organization aimed to educate voters about issues,[72][73] get people involved in the political process, and work to organize and elect progressive leaders.[74][75]

On September 29, 2016, Woodley was honored at the 20th Anniversary Global Green Environmental Awards receiving the Entertainment Industry Environmental Leadership Award for co-founding All it Takes. In October 2016, she was given the Female EMA Futures Award during the 26th Annual Environmental Media Association (EMA) Awards.[76]

In 2018, Woodley took activist Calina Lawrence to the 75th Golden Globe Awards as her guest; they first met at Standing Rock while protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline.[77][78]

In July 2019, Woodley became an Oceans Ambassador for Greenpeace and embarked on a three-week-long expedition to the Sargasso Sea to study the impact of plastics and microplastics on marine life, and to document the importance of this unique ecosystem for protection under a new global ocean treaty that is being negotiated at the United Nations.



Denotes productions that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Felicity: An American Girl Adventure Felicity Merriman
2007 Moola Ashley Hedges
2011 The Descendants Alexandra "Alex" King
2013 The Spectacular Now Aimee Finecky
2014 White Bird in a Blizzard Katrina "Kat" Connor
Divergent Beatrice "Tris" Prior
The Fault in Our Stars Hazel Grace Lancaster
9 Kisses Boxing Girl Short film
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Mary Jane Watson Scenes deleted
2015 The Divergent Series: Insurgent Beatrice "Tris" Prior
2016 The Divergent Series: Allegiant
Snowden Lindsay Mills
2018 Adrift Tami Oldham Also producer
2019 Endings, Beginnings Daphne
2021 The Mauritanian Teresa "Teri" Duncan
The Fallout Anna
TBA The Last Letter from Your Lover Jennifer Stirling Post-production, also executive producer
TBA Misanthrope Post-production, also producer


Year Title Role Notes
1999 Replacing Dad Little Girl Television film
2001–2003 The District Kristin Debreno Guest role; 3 episodes
2001–2004 Crossing Jordan Young Jordan Cavanaugh Recurring role; 4 episodes
2003 Without a Trace Young Clare Metcalf Episode: "Clare de Lune"
2003–2004 The O.C. Kaitlin Cooper Recurring role; 6 episodes
2004 Everybody Loves Raymond Snotty Girl #2 Episode: "Party Dress"
2004 A Place Called Home California "Cali" Ford Television film
2004–2005 Jack & Bobby Chloe Benedict Guest role; 2 episodes
2005 Once Upon a Mattress Molly Television film
2006 My Name Is Earl Young Gwen Episode: "BB"
2007 CSI: NY Evie Pierpont Episode: "A Daze of Wine and Roaches"
2007 Close to Home Gaby Tursi Episode: "Getting In"
2007 Cold Case Sarah Gunden Episode: "Running Around"
2007 Final Approach Maya Bender Television film
2008–2013 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Amy Juergens Lead role
2017–2019 Big Little Lies Jane Chapman Main role

Music videos

Year Title Artist(s) Role
2011 "Our Deal" Best Coast Day Trotter
2016 "Stand Up / Stand N Rock #NoDAPL" Taboo Singer
"Where's the Love?" The Black Eyed Peas featuring The World Herself

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2016 Allegiant: VR Experience Beatrice "Tris" Prior (voice)



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