' Cause it did not work." She's more circumspect about the abuse, but admits it was "physical, psychological, sexual." (She was less circumspect when she e-mailed me the day after the presidential election. I think I was taken advantage of because someone knew there was something about me that they could exploit." Coming out publicly has helped, though Wood believes that it would have been a more celebratory process – that she would have been more fully embraced by the LGBT community – if she'd come out as a lesbian.
What helped most, she says, was the 2013 birth of her son with actor Jamie Bell, whom she married in 2012 and divorced in 2014 (remember: "Any divorce is always horrible").
It was astonishing to us." Showrunner Lisa Joy agrees: "And this is kind of not just one role, it's many roles and personas at the same time.
She can flip it on a dime." Certainly, it's safe to say that Wood's talents would be lost on playing someone rosy and uncomplicated.
"I mean, your demons never fully leave," Wood says. "You know," she continues, "I'm actually considering getting a minivan.