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With eight Emmys and four Golden Globes, HBO’s critically acclaimed drama Big Little Lies returns for a highly anticipated second season this June.
Join us to hear from award-winning actress Shailene Woodley, who stars in the series as Jane Chapman.
Shailene Woodley is considered one of the most multi-faceted and talented actors of her generation …
Shailene Woodley is considered one of the most multi-faceted and talented actors of her generation.
Upcoming, Woodley will co-star in Season 2 of HBO’s Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series Big Little Lies. She received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress—Series, Miniseries or Television Film on behalf of her performance in the first season. Season 2 will premiere on HBO in June.
Woodley recently served as producer and starred in STX’s feature film Adrift, and she wrapped production on the indie film No, No, No, Yes for Director Drake Doremus with Sebastian Stan and Jamie Dornan. In 2016 she co-starred in Oliver Stone’s Snowden.
Woodley solidified her status as a star in the big screen version of Divergent, going on to reprise her role as Tris Prior in the second and third installments of the franchise. Other credits include The Fault in Our Stars; The Spectacular Now, for which she shared the Special Jury Prize for Dramatic Acting at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013; and the hit ABC Family series, The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
Woodley is a committed activist for social justice; a staunch environmentalist focused on discovering ways to better the world. In 2016 she was honored alongside her mother by Global Green and has received honors from the Environmental Media Association and InStyle Magazine for her advocacy work.
Samantha Barry is the editor-in-chief of Glamour where she oversees content development and consumer experiences …
Samantha Barry is the editor-in-chief of Glamour where she oversees content development and consumer experiences across the brand’s digital, social, video and print platforms. Under her leadership, Glamour focuses on original reporting, exclusive features, and unique perspectives to deliver quality journalism to women, and “own” the conversations impacting them today. Since her start in January 2018, Barry has utilized her digital news background to help the 79-year-old brand launch a #MeToo online hub, hire a team of political reporters, and track exclusive midterm coverage. She has strengthened Glamour’s commitment to body positivity by showcasing size-inclusive models across all channels. Barry has transformed the annual Women of the Year Awards into an inspirational three day event, with a focus on celebrating Glamour’s diverse community of women through a series of inspiring experiences, empowering panels, discussions and keynotes.
She joined Glamour from CNN Worldwide, where she served as executive producer for social and emerging media. Under Barry’s leadership at CNN, the network became the most followed and fanned news organization in the world. She led her team and the organization at large with compelling work for social audiences on an array of platforms including Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, Line, Kik and other emerging media. While at CNN, Barry spearheaded CNN’s 2016 Election coverage across social platforms, which received the first ever Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence in social media and a Webby Award recognizing the same 2016 campaign work.
Barry joined CNN from BBC World News in London, where she served as a social media producer and journalist, focusing on using social media as a tool for both news gathering and audience building.
Previously, Barry worked as a reporter and producer for RTE and Newstalk in Ireland. She spent time in Papua New Guinea with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and has worked as a social media and technology trainer for the U.S. State Department, the United States Institute of Peace and Internews.
Born in Ireland, Barry has worked in more than 25 countries, reporting and training other journalists in broadcasting, technology and social media.
Barry graduated from Dublin City University with a Masters in Journalism. She is a 2016 fellow of Columbia University School’s Sulzberger executive program and is a guest lecturer at Yale.
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