Rachel evan wood dating marilyn manson
Her dad ran a regional theater in Raleigh, North Carolina, where her mom and her three brothers frequently took to the stage. to be home-schooled and take five acting classes a week.At age five, she was cast in a movie of the week, which led to an audition for Interview With a Vampire. A few years later, starring with her mom in a production of The Miracle Worker that was directed by her father was "the equivalent of being given a pony," but Wood's parents divorced when she was nine, giving her plenty of grief to pull from professionally ("Any divorce is always horrible"). At 14, she booked Thirteen, ushering in fame and its ways of messing with a young mind. "Any child actor will tell you that you don't have a lot of the tools or the experience to combat a lot of the criticism or very adult situations being thrown at you."So Wood did what made sense at the time: At 18, she went to the Chateau Marmont, met Marilyn Manson (then 36 and married to Dita Von Teese), started dating him, and subsequently appeared, Lolita-like, in a video for "Heart-Shaped Glasses," groping her nether region and then making out with Manson as fake blood rains upon them in a video so graphic that the sex was rumored to have been real (she says it wasn't).But it's also safe to say that her sweet spot may be playing a character who is playing at being rosy and uncomplicated while actually being anything but.Kind of like Wood herself, who had arrived at the restaurant slightly late, explaining it was her son's first day at a new preschool and she'd wanted to feed him and get him down for his nap, etc., etc., before waxing dark and philosophical in a rosy sort of way. I left so much in that first season and never looked back.""I have a soccer-mom car you can totally hang out in," she says as we leave the restaurant and she leads the way to a Toyota Highlander with a toddler car seat in back.' Cause it did not work." She's more circumspect about the abuse, but admits it was "physical, psychological, sexual." (She was less circumspect when she e-mailed me the day after the presidential election. I think I was taken advantage of because someone knew there was something about me that they could exploit." Coming out publicly has helped, though Wood believes that it would have been a more celebratory process – that she would have been more fully embraced by the LGBT community – if she'd come out as a lesbian.What helped most, she says, was the 2013 birth of her son with actor Jamie Bell, whom she married in 2012 and divorced in 2014 (remember: "Any divorce is always horrible").
She can flip it on a dime." Certainly, it's safe to say that Wood's talents would be lost on playing someone rosy and uncomplicated.
People would call me a whore when I walked down the street, and you can't not be hurt by that." What the public didn't know at the time was that Wood was attracted not just to Manson's in-your-face liberation but also to his androgyny.
She has since referred to herself as gender-fluid, and in 2011 came out publicly as bisexual.
When a director once asked her to shed a single tear out of a single eye, Wood obliged.
Some of her talent for trauma Wood came by honestly.
" – once it became clear that her original plan for the day, going zip-lining, was cursed by the rain.