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May 10, 2020

Eden Wood from 'Toddlers & Tiaras' Is 15 Years Old Now and Looks Unrecognizable

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Eden Wood is known for her numerous appearances on the reality television show "Toddlers & Tiaras." Now she's 15, and she looks different.

Wood will probably always be remembered as the cute four-year-old girl on the popular reality television series that aired on TLC from 2009 to 2013.

However, she's not a little girl anymore, and you can tell that she looks unrecognizable based on the photo she shared on Instagram recently.

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HER JOURNEY

"Adding a little 'glitz' to this quarantine," Wood captioned her adorable snap that already received over 2,300 likes as of this writing.

Before she joined on the hit show "Toddlers & Tiaras," Wood started her journey on stage at six months old, according to her official website.

At three, she was picked to star in the short film "The Angry Box." She got her own network show called "Eden's World" after hanging up her crown on "Toddlers and Tiaras." 

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BIG BREAK

Her big break came when she starred as Darla Hood in Universal Entertainment's reboot of "The Little Rascals Save The Day!"

Wood has been a part of several projects for film festivals and exhibitions, including "Beauty Culture and Generation Wealth" and "Appearances Can Be Deceptive."

In a 2016 interview with ET, Wood revealed the reason she quit doing pageants.

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HER ACCOMPLISHMENTS

She has also been a model for several designers like Trico Field at New York Fashion Week. Despite the fact that she spends a significant amount of time in front of the cameras, she is an Honor Student with a 4.0 GPA where she attends High School.

According to IMDb, Wood has studied dance in South Mississippi at the Jo Carlisle and Blake Nagy School of Performing Arts Studio.

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In a 2016 interview with ET, Wood revealed the reason she quit doing pageants. "I just gradually felt like I didn't want to do that anymore," she explained. "It was just getting old and I didn't feel like going through the hairspray."

During the interview, Wood also explained why she hung up her crown. She said she wants to accomplish something other than what's expected and go on with something different. 

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However, Wood said that she hasn't shut the door on returning to pageants just yet. According to her, she knew that she will do pageants when she's older because, for her, that will be enjoyable. 

Wood even kidded that she already purchased some dresses and that perhaps she'll wear them in a pageant.

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