#SeeHER Spotlight on Evan Rachel Wood

Both onscreen and offscreen, Evan Rachel Wood is a powerful woman who breaks boundaries.

With a second Emmy nomination for her leading role in Westworld, and the show's combined 22 nominations, her platform and her voice are more powerful than ever.

As Dolores, her character has transformed significantly from season one to season two of Westworld. While the first season laid the groundwork for a voyage of self discovery, season two sees her as one of the most ruthless and vengeful characters in television history.

In real life, Wood is a tireless advocate for equality, having recently testified before Congress in favor of expanding the Sexual Assault Survivor Bill of Rights. She has made a conscious decision to fight for lasting change while the spotlight of fame shines so brightly upon her.

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