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In fact, she seems so grounded that I can’t help but later ask if, considering her own history, it has been hard to play a character who is abused and brutalized.
“The thing about Westworld is we don’t actually show any act of rape,” she replies.
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.
“I met somebody that promised freedom and expression and no judgments,” she says. I looked at my mother one day and said, ‘Mom, I’m gonna get on this tour bus for eight months and see the world and have a crazy journey and find myself, and if people aren’t OK with that, I’m sorry, but I can’t live my life for other people.’ ” Turns out people weren’t really OK with that, mostly because of the colossal mindfuck that was just looking at Wood and Manson together.
But for Wood it was a learning experience of the highest order.
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.
“But when you’re using them to create something else, it almost gives them a purpose and feels like none of it was in vain. I rented one the other day, and I loved it.” We’re heading to a bar called Two Bits because Wood had talked up its awesomeness – “old video games, a karaoke room, shuffleboard, and everything’s free!” – once it became clear that her original plan for the day, going zip-lining, was cursed by the rain.She says she was up most of last night obsessively making a schedule on a chalkboard wall for her son, and that when it comes to dating, having a kid “is a great bullshit filter.” In addition to being a fresh start, her move to Nashville, just after wrapping the first season of Westworld, was a bid to give him “grass to run around on and some Southern roots and some kind of normalcy” in a town where she could ostensibly fly under the radar.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).
It was astonishing to us.” Showrunner Lisa Joy agrees: “And this is kind of not just one role, it’s many roles and personas at the same time.