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Evan Rachel Wood's blue velvet suit (as part of her important fashion mission this red-carpet season) wasn't the only remarkable thing about her SAG Awards appearance Sunday night—no, that would be how she might have gotten herself engaged, a mystery that, so far, has two very compelling pieces of evidence.One, both Wood and boyfriend/bandmate Zach Villa wore silver bands on their left hands. The two met in 2015 while performing together in—get this—a John Hughes-themed cabaret, after which they formed electro-pop outfit Rebel and a Basketcase. Follow Marie Claire on Facebook for the latest celeb news, beauty tips, fascinating reads, livestream video, and more.
However, despite the criticism and eventual split, Wood said that she doesn't regret the experience. "I just don’t think we were right for each other." After the split, Wood reconnected with her ex-boyfriend Jamie Bell, and the couple ended up tying the knot in October 2012, and welcoming a son in July 2013.Wood was in a year-long relationship with actor Jamie Bell, whom she met on the set of Green Day's music video "Wake Me Up When September Ends." The two rekindled their relationship in 2011 and got married a year later and had a son. In the years between her relationship with Bell, Wood famously dated and was briefly engaged to Marilyn Manson.She is openly bisexual and is an advocate for bi-awareness and inclusion.Afterwards, she preferred acting in independent films, like "Pretty Persuasion" (2005), "Down in the Valley" (2006), also "Running with Scissors" (2006).She made a comeback to mainstream films in 2008 with a part as Stephanie Ramzinski in sports drama feature "The Wrestler".Probably inheriting her acting skills from her actor parents, Evan Rachel Wood kicked off her career in early 1990s.
She at first appeared on several television series, including "American Gothic" and "Once and Again".
Making her debut as a leading film actress in "Digging to China" (1998), it wasn't until she was billed to portray Tracy Louise Freeland in the 2003 semi-autobiographical drama film "Thirteen" that Wood rose to mainstream success.
In addition to being nominated for several prestigious awards, she won Prism Award for Performance in a Theatrical Feature Film.
She went on guest starring on "The West Wing" and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation".
Besides, the September 7, 1987 born actress also snatched the recurring role of Sophie-Anne Leclerq on "True Blood" as well as lending her voice in an episode of "Robot Chicken".
"And he was just what I needed, because I felt really free with him.