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Shai's character Aimee is an emotional livewire, evoking pathos as easily as breathing.She's empathetic, vulnerable, and completely captivating. She followed up her critical success with a leading role in a big-budget dystopian franchise.
Every drop of teen angst that dripped off Daren Kagasoff’s brow fueled our entire high school existence.
Shai got her big break as high school french-horn enthusiast and teen mom Amy on the ABC Family drama.
is grounded in reality, as devastating and beautiful as it may be.
Based on the popular John Green novel, Shailene played Hazel Grace Lancaster, a teenage girl with terminal cancer who falls in love with a boy at a cancer support group. The film was a critical and commercial success, and it cemented Shailene's status as one of the most promising young talents in Hollywood.
Around this time Shai also started to make headlines for more than just her stellar performances.
Her free spirit and quirky personality traits -- she's been known to hug fans, friends, family, and entertainment journalists alike, just because she wants to bond with everybody she meets -- were quite honestly refreshing, even if they came off as odd or unusual.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt will star as Snowden, and Woodley will play his longtime girlfriend Lindsay Mills, who has her own incredible story within the NSA scandal that Snowden unearthed.
TL; DR, an Oscar nomination could finally be on the horizon for Shai -- not that she cares about that sort of stuff.
He starred in "Delirum," a TV movie based on the popular YA book, was in the heartfelt show "Red Band Society," and also starred in the movie "Ouija." Next up is a TV movie set for 2016.
Shailene Woodley (Amy Juergens): The leading lady herself has skyrocketed to stardom after getting her start on "Secret Life." Actually, she got her true start as Marisa Cooper's little sister Kaitlin on "The O. Woodley has done everything from indie flicks like "The Spectacular Now," to mega blockbusters such as "The Fault in Our Stars." She's even starred in "The Divergent series," a wildly popular YA dystopian book to film adaptation.