The beauty. Check. Gifted. Check. A face made for the screens. Double-check. Shannon Woodward is a flawless actress who has won and continues to win the hearts of several fans.
Shannon Woodward Bio/Wiki, Career
Shannon Woodward, who is famous for her role as Sabrina in “Raising Hope” and Di Di Malloy in “The Riches”, was born in Pheonix, Arizona on December 17, 1984. She attended the Olympic High School in Florida after moving with her family. During her stay in Florida, she performed in several community performances and dramas, and her talent for the stage was already evident at this tender age.
After catching the eye of a casting director for Nickelodeon’s Clarissa Explains It All, Shannon Woodward began her professional acting career in 1991 with this first film. She then played several minor roles on many television shows such as Grounded for Life, Malcolm in the Middle, and The Drew Carey Show. She also starred in Crossing Jordan, Without a Trace, as well as Boston Public and Psych.
However, she achieved international fame in 2005 when she played Emma Sharp in the action-comedy Man of the House. For her outstanding performance, she was loved by the critics and showered with praise. She also played the role of Fiona in a 2005 film called The Quiet. In 2007 she played the role of Emily in the film The Comebacks and in 2008 she played the role of Leah in the film The Haunting of Molly Hartley.
Shannon Woodward returned to television in 2009 when she appeared in the pilot Limelight. The story was about a New York performing arts school. Although the series was not picked up, she played a recurring role in NBC’s emergency room in the fifteenth and final season as Kelly Taggart, the younger sister of nurse Samantha “Sam” Taggart. She also played the lead in The Shortcut – a teenage thriller.
The following year, 2010, Shannon Woodward starred in Girlfriend – an independent drama. In The Breakup Girl, a comedy-drama from 2015, Woodward was the main character.
Shannon Woodward has also worked with several cable TV series, including The Riches, Criminal Minds, ER, and Garfunkel and Oates, to name a few. She currently plays Elsie Hughes in the HBO series Westworld, with whom she has worked since 2016.
In April 2017 it was announced that Shannon Woodward will appear in The Last of Us Part II.
Besides acting, Shannon Woodward also loves playing the guitar and singing.
Shannon Woodward Dating, Boyfriend
Woodward has a dating history that many of her fans would only dream of, as she has been known to date celebrities loved by many, especially Andrew Garfield. After meeting David Gallagher, Shannon Woodward fell in love with Gallagher and dated him from 2004 to 2005, when they silently broke up.
After her breakup with David Gallagher, Shannon Woodward met Andrew Garfield – the Amazing Spider-Man actor – and the couple began dating in 2009. They stayed together for two years and separated in 2011.
Woodward is not married, and although there are rumors that Woodward is dating Twilight star Robert Pattinson, there is no confirmed news about their current relationship status, boyfriend, or affair.
She is currently planning to play a lesbian character in an upcoming movie, but given her dating history, we can safely say that she is far from gay.
Net Worth, Height, Weight, Body Measurements
Shannon Woodward is 5 feet and 3 inches tall. At 123 pounds, her weight seems perfect for her height, and with a height of 36-25-37, it’s easy to see why she looks hot in a bikini.
Shannon Woodward’s net worth has not been disclosed.
Shannon Woodward is also an Internet celebrity, with more than 180 thousand followers on Twitter, plus 68.1 thousand followers on Instagram alone.
The self-proclaimed legitimate nerd is active in social media and shares her thoughts through her social media handles, where she interacts with friends, fans, and followers.
Friendship With Katy Perry
Shannon Woodward is also a close friend of Katy Perry and appeared in the music video “Hot n Cold” of the musician. She also had a cameo appearance in Katy Perry: Part of Me, a documentary/concert film by Perry. In return, Perry was a guest star in an episode of the second season of Raising Hope.