|The Secret Life of the American Teenager||2013 2007 - 2013||Actor||Amy Nicholson||20137|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2014 2014||Guest||n/a||1|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live||2014 2014||Actor||Guest||20147|
|White Bird in a Blizzard||2014||Actor||Kat Connors||20147|
|The Fault in Our Stars||2014||Actor||Hazel Lancaster||20147|
|The Descendants||2011||Actor||Alexandra King||20117|
|Cold Case||2007 2007||Actor||Sarah Gunden (2006, 2007)||20077|
|Late Night with Seth Meyers||2014 2014||Guest||n/a||1|
|The Spectacular Now||2013||Actor||Aimee Finecky||20137|
|Felicity: An American Girl Adventure||Actor||Felicity Merriman||7|
|CSI: New York||2007 2007||Actor||Evie Pierpont||20077|
|The District||2001 2001, 2003||Actor||Kristin Debreno||20017|
|The O.C.||2003 2003 - 2004||Actor||Kaitlin Cooper||20037|
|Jack & Bobby||2004 2004||Actor||n/a||20047|
|Crossing Jordan||2003 2001 - 2003||Actor||Young Jordan||20037|
|"2014 MTV Movie Awards" Live Pre-Show||Special Appearance||n/a||1|
|My Name is Earl||2006 2006||Actor||n/a||20067|
|A Place Called Home||Actor||Cali||7|
|2014 mtvU Woodie Awards Special||2014 2013 - 2014||Herself||n/a||1|
|Everybody Loves Raymond||2004 2004||Actor||Snotty Girl #2||20047|
|2014 MTV Movie Awards||Presenter||n/a||1|
|Close to Home||2007 2007||Actor||Gaby Tursi||20077|
|Without A Trace||2003 2003||Actor||Young Clare||20037|
|Teen Choice 2010||2010 2009 - 2010||Actor||n/a||20107|
|Replacing Dad||Actor||Little Girl||7|
|The 2008 American Music Awards||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||Presenter||20097|
|Teen Choice 2009||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||n/a||20097|
|Nominated for the 2011 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Drama|
|Cast as Amy Juergens on the ABC Family series "The Secret Life of the American Teenager"|
|Made several appearances on NBC's "Crossing Jordan" as a young Jordan|
|Cast in the Hallmark movie "A Place Called Home" as California Ford|
|Starred in "The Spectacular Now"|
|First professional acting role, the CBS TV-movie "Replacing Dad"|
|Cast as Tris in "Divergent" and Hazel in "The Fault in Our Stars"|
|Played George Clooney's teen daughter in Alexander Payne's "The Descendants"|
|Played Kaitlin Cooper on the first season of "The O.C." (Fox)|
|Appeared in the ABC movie "Once Upon a Mattress"|
Born on Nov. 15, 1991 in Simi Valley, CA, Woodley was raised by her father, Loni, and her mother, Lori, both of whom drew her into the spotlight at a young age. She began commercial modeling when she was four and made her acting debut in the television movie "Replacing Dad" (CBS, 1999), opposite Mary McDonnell and Jack Coleman. Following her series debut with a guest starring role on "Crossing Jordan" (NBC, 2001-07), Woodley had a two-episode arc in 2002 for the Washington D.C.-based police drama, "The District" (CBS, 2000-04), starring small screen veteran, Craig T. Nelson. Just when her career was taking off, the 15-year-old actress discovered she was suffering from scoliosis - a curvature of the spine - and was forced to wear a brace for nearly 18 months. But Woodley remained determined as ever to continue her career despite her medical condition.
Promptly returning to performing onscreen, Woodley continued to book roles on television, which quickly became the perfect vehicle for the actress to spread her wings. Starting in 2003, Woodley spent six episodes playing Mischa Barton's pony-riding little sister, Kaitlin Cooper, on "The O.C." But when Kaitlin was added to the show as a main character the following season, another actress (Willa Holland) was brought on to play her. Subsequently, Woodley returned to "Crossing Jordan," playing a young Jordan Cavanaugh who eventually grows up to become a brilliant, but irascible Boston medical examiner prone to stretching the law to get the job done. She followed with episodes of "Without a Trace" (CBS, 2002-09), "Everybody Loves Raymond" (CBS, 1996-2005) and the short-lived "Jack & Bobby" (The WB, 2004-05), while landing a prominent supporting part in the made-for-television movie, "A Place Called Home" (Hallmark Channel, 2004).
In 2005, Woodley became the envy of young girls everywhere when she was cast in the lead as the doll-come-to-life for "Felicity: An American Girl Adventure." Set during the Revolutionary War and based on the book character written by Valerie Tripp, Woodley played a young girl faced with family crisis while her country tears itself away from British rule. That same year, she co-starred alongside two of television's funniest women in history, Carol Burnett and Tracey Ullman, in the television version of the Broadway musical, "Once Upon a Mattress" (ABC, 2005). Woodley remained a steady fixture in television for the next couple of years, appearing in a variety of episodic genres, from the comedy series "My Name Is Earl" (NBC, 2005-09) to crime dramas like "CSI: NY" (CBS, 2004-2013) and "Cold Case" (CBS, 2003-2010).
While her acting résumé consisted of roles that often required her to be a young girl, Woodley had grown up onscreen and was more than ready to take on more challenging adult roles. She began making that segue with "The Secret Life of the American Teenager," playing Amy Juergens, a nice, smart, sensible teenager who unexpectedly finds herself pregnant at the delicate age of 15. The ripple effect that the unplanned pregnancy had on her life, family, friends and school formed the basis of the series. Though dismissed early on by the majority of critics, Woodley's performance held enough appeal for young female viewers to make the show the cable network's highest-rated debut ever at the time. After four seasons of appearing solely on "American Teenager" Woodley truly came into her own as a serious actress with her supporting role in writer-director Alexander Payne's comedy-drama "The Descendants" (2011). For her portrayal of Alex, the angry 17-year-old daughter of an emotionally distant father (George Clooney), Woodley earned an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female.
In June of 2013, "Secret Life" ended its long run, with Woodley inevitably moving on to a number of notable projects, including a small role as Mary Jane Watson in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" (2014). Although she shot her scenes for the superhero sequel, the filmmakers ended up cutting her completely to streamline the story, with the door remaining open for her participation in future installments. Woodley's next screen appearance proved to be in the lauded coming-of-age indie "The Spectacular Now" (2013), co-starring Miles Teller. She also signed on as the lead in two high-profile young-adult book adaptations both set to hit the screens in 2014-the futuristic adventure "Divergent" and the pensive drama "The Fault in Our Stars," placing her on a career trajectory very similar to down-to-earth It girl Jennifer Lawrence.
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