The last time I saw her, she was playing soccer with her friends.
Woodley, who has spent years doing charity work, was about 7 when she started her first movie, “Brick,” which she co-wrote and starred in.
“The only thing that’s changed for me is that I’m an adult,” she said at the time.
Woodlley was born on June 27, 1992, and has been a leading voice for gender equality and anti-bullying.
“It’s not an easy road,” she told The Associated Press at the 2014 Women in Entertainment Summit.
“But I’m here.”
Woodley is the daughter of former NBA star and former “Saturday Night Live” cast member Leslie Woodley.
“Boys are supposed to be leaders,” she wrote in a recent blog post, “and I’m hoping that someday, we will all be able to have a little girls day and a little boys afternoon.”
Woodleys story is part of the “Shailene Woodley Legacy” project at CNN, which has launched an online archive that includes interviews with celebrities, educators and other voices on gender and bullying.
It includes interviews that Woodley has given on social media, and videos from her “Brockmire” and “Fashionista” appearances.
Woodleys first film was “Bricks,” which premiered at Sundance in 2014.
“I loved it so much, it’s kind of a weird thing,” Woodley said at a Q&A with the Huffington Post.
“When I saw the movie, it felt like a really big thing.”
It took her a while to find a role, she said, but she “didn’t even know what a role was” until she was 13 years old.
She has been the subject of a slew of YouTube videos, including a series about how she was bullied and “slut shamed” by her family.
“She did that in her own way, and it was kind of shocking to me,” said Holly Hunter, a CNN senior correspondent and a mother of three who met Woodley when she was a teen.
Woodlyn, who was born in Oakland, California, was the only child of former actor and musician Leslie Woodleys and his wife, actor-director Shailene.
She became an activist for LGBT equality when she starred in the 2014 “Frozen” film, and she helped promote anti-sexual harassment awareness at the Academy Awards.
She won the Golden Globe for best actress in a supporting role in the 2015 documentary “The Story of My Life.”
“Buckets of tears” was the first feature film Woodley was in, and the first she starred with Woody Harrelson in the “Benny and Molly” movie.
“That was a huge moment for me.
It was like I had been accepted, and I had done something really positive,” Woodlyn said.
“And now I’m a role model.”
Woodlleys career took off in 2016 when she cohosted the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” podcast and hosted the Ellen De Generes Show on CNN, the “Ellen Show” on CNN International and the “Futurama” podcast.
She also hosted a Netflix series “A Little Bit More,” which ran for five seasons.
She said the show, which she produced, was an “enormous success” and that she was also “very proud” of the network for giving her the opportunity to write and direct her own show.
“We just really took advantage of that opportunity and made it so that I could go out and do what I wanted to do and create my own show, that’s my show, and be the voice of feminism and antibullying and equality,” she added.
Woodly was named a 2017 recipient of the Outstanding Women in Media award at the Emmys for her work in the field.
“Shayla Woodley: From a young age, I’ve been a feminist, and that’s what I believe in, the truth,” she shared in a statement at the 2016 Emmys.
“As I got older, I became more comfortable in the role of a role-model and advocate, and as I started to realize how much work there is in the world, I knew that my work as a performer needed to be in service of a larger cause.
I’m so grateful for the opportunity of being a part of this legacy.”
Woodlake is known for her outspoken stance on gender issues and her role as an advocate for women in sports.
“Women are so important in sports and in the community,” Woodlover said.
Woodlake has said she was not always a fan of the NBA, but was inspired to try it out after seeing Woodlby and the rest of the cast on the ESPN broadcast of the 2016 Olympics.
She told The AP in 2016 that she still remembers how excited she was to go to the Games.
“All of a sudden,