“You have to stay strong and realize that it’s not affecting just your fife, but your entire family’s fife and everything, too.” Then, during her sophomore year, Shai’s doc diagnosed her with scoliosis, a severe curvature of the spine.To correct the prob, she had to wear a brace for 18 hours a day–for two years.
officially ended, and the cast has been crazy busy continuing their careers and even starting families!
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“I’m going to start getting my GE’s [general education courses] out of the way this semester,” she says. I’ve always wanted to go to NYU and live in New York, so that’s definitely a possibility.
I want to major in interior design and psychology.” At the same time, she’s keeping her focus fixed on her future in Hollywood, hoping to follow the lead of other successful starlets, like Dakota Fanning.
But I feel like all the sadness has already passed because we haven't been filming for so long, so now it's a matter of excitement. By the end of it, he's burned down the school, he's this entitled rich kid who's obsessive and weird and manipulative. Summer TV Homework: 12 shows to catch up on before the fall Will the ending satisfy fans? It was such an incredibly long scene, six pages, and it was hard to not crack each other up.
Baumann: It boils down to: Will this ending make everyone happy? But in hindsight, the most remarkable was the pilot because everyone was so nervous and brand-new and goofy and inexperienced and that was hilarious. Baumann: I think on a post-graduate trip to Colombia Ben will be captured by the cartel and exclusively force-fed a diet of acorns, and then he will have psychologically manipulated the leader of the cartel and he will have taken over the Colombian cartel and become a drug lord. Baumann: My book  just came out and I'm doing my first reading from it in New York in June. Baumann: My ideal existence career-wise would be able to act...
And, as her career continues to catapult, this grounded girl tells us how she’s managed to remain the same Shailene.
More people may be taking notice of Shai (as her friends call her) these days, but this Palmdale, Calif., native is no newbie to the biz.
On The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Shailene Woodley plays Amy Juergens, a teen mom who’s balancing a baby with bog probs and other high school stress.
In her real life, Shailene’s world has much less drama–and that’s just the wag she likes it.
Here, this low-keg leading lady lets us in on her world away from the limelight.