The young actress shears her locks for "The Fault In Our Stars," a film about a cancer patient
Actress Shailene Woodley is sporting a new, much shorter 'do. It's for a new film role – and a good cause.
The 21-year-old Woodley cut her hair in preparation for her portrayal of cancer patient Hazel Grace Lancaster in the upcoming movie “The Fault in Our Stars,’ as previously reported by TheWrap.
The star of the indie film "The Spectacular Now" is also donating her hair to Children With Hair Loss, an organization that makes wigs for children who have lost their hair due to cancer therapy or other diseases.
Woodley (before the cut, right) on Friday tweeted a photo of her trimmed locks with the message "hair nubbins" with the hashtags #itgrowsback and #hairforhazel.
She followed that up with a Twitter shot of herself shorn, and the message “work in progress… but luckily, #itgrowsback!!!"