April 7, 2022

EP. 105 — Evan Rachel Wood

For our 2-year anniversary episode, Jameela is joined by actor and activist Evan Rachel Wood. They discuss her work with The Phoenix Act and making actual legislative change for domestic abuse survivors, the different ways domestic abuse can happen and how it affects the survivor, her own experiences and journey towards healing, how becoming a mother helped her grow, the joy and freedom one can find in autonomy, and more.


Watch Evan’s docuseries Phoenix Rising on HBO Max.

You can follow Evan Rachel Wood on Instagram @evanrachelwood


You can find transcripts for this episode here: https://www.earwolf.com/show/i-weigh-with-jameela-jamil/


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Jameela [00:00:00] Hello and welcome to another episode of I Weigh with Jameela Jamil, a podcast that really hopes to just kick shame right in the dick. Now I really hope you’re ready because today’s episode is so powerful. It’s so powerful that after I have this chat this week, I couldn’t go to sleep afterwards because I couldn’t stop thinking about it. So maybe it’s not a late night lesson because you might be too inspired and just jacked up on adrenaline and hope to fall asleep. She ugh God, it’s Evan Rachel Wood. Evan Rachel Wood is my guest. She’s not only a phenomenal talent in our generation, an actor of some of the best projects that I’ve ever seen. But she’s one of the most unbelievable human beings that I’ve had the privilege of chatting to. What this young woman has been through from such an early age and what she has turned that into in order to protect and give hope to people in the future that they don̵

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