Woodley began her career at the age of 5 when an agent recognized potential and offered to take a chance on her. That potential has been realized as she has been working steadily ever since. Her first film, Moola
, was just released on DVD, which stars William Mapother
and Treat Williams
Woodley's first job came in 1999 when she booked a role in the Movie of the Week, Replacing Dad. More recently she played the title character in the popular WB movie Felicity: An American Girl Adventure, which was produced by Julia Roberts. Prior to that Woodley had recurring roles on Crossing Jordan, The O.C., Jack & Bobby and has made guest appearances on series like Cold Case, My Name is Earl, CSI NY and Close to Home. She also had a lead role opposite Anne Margaret and Matthew Settle in the TV movie A Place Called Home.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2008.
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