Most Surprising Facts about Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie (born June 4, 1975) is an American actress, filmmaker, and philanthropist. She has won three Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and one Academy Award. Outside of the film world, in 2001, she was nominated Goodwill Ambassador by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Jolie is especially admired for promoting humanity around the world, and especially for working with refugees. She has been voted the ‘Best Beauty in the World’ more than once. Behind the silver screen, her personal life has been widely covered in the media.

Angelina Jolie info at a glance

Jolie made her film debut in 1982 as a child with father Jon Voight in Lookin’ to Get Out. However, she made her debut as a professional film actress in the low-budget film Cyborg 2 (1993). Her first large-scale film was Hackers (1995). In this film, she played the main role. She was later seen starring in critically acclaimed films such as George Wallace (1997) and Gia (1998). She won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the drama film Girl, Interrupted (1999). Her role in the video game Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) further enhanced her stardom. Ever since then, Jolie has been regarded as one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood. The two highest-grossing commercial successes of his film career came from the action-comedy Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) and the animated film Kung Fu Panda (2008).

Jolie has been married three times in her personal life, the first time with actor Jonny Lee Miller, the second time with Billy Bob Thornton and the third time with Brad Pitt. She later divorced everyone. The Jolie-Pitt couple’s marital relationship has been repeatedly discussed in the world’s media. They have six children; these include their three children Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne Jolie; and three children Maddox, Pax and Zahara adopted at different times.

Early life and family

Jolie was born in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her parents are Marcheline Bertrand and Jon Voight, respectively; her parents were professional actors. Besides, the impression of the cultural arena is also evident inside Jolie’s relatives. In terms of relationship, Jolie is the niece of Chip Taylor, the sister of James Haven, and the godmother is Jacqueline Bisset and her godfather Maximilian Schell. Jolie’s father is of Czechoslovakia and German descent, and her mother is of French-Canadian descent. According to his mother, he also bears the imprint of the Iroquois dynasty.

After her parents divorced in 1986, Jolie and her brother grew up with their mother. To cope with the aftermath of the breakup, her mother gave up her acting ambitions and moved to New York’s Palisade with her children. From an early age, Jolie regularly viewed films, and after seeing them, she expressed her interest in acting to her mother. When Jolie was eleven; her family returned to Los Angeles. This time she came to Los Angeles and decided to act. Based on this, she was admitted to the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute. There she trained on acting for two years. During her time at the Theater Institute, she performed a number of plays.

At the age of fourteen, Jolie dropped out of her acting career and began dreaming of becoming a funeral director. She also changed her hair color to purple, and started going to Moshing with her then boyfriend. Two years later, her relationship with her boyfriend broke down. She then began renting a house in a garage a few yards from her mother’s house. A few days later, she returned to acting, and after failing a few semester exams, she finally crossed the high school boundary.

Jolie later enrolled at Beverly Hills High School in California. She used to spend her time there in a very isolated and lonely state, because all the children of this school were the children of a well-to-do family in that area. Jolie’s mother, on the other hand, was struggling to make ends meet. Most of the time Jolie had to use old clothe used by others. Jolie’s self-confidence was shattered when her first attempt to become a model failed. At that time she often bled herself by cutting her own body.

Jolie’s relationship with her father Jon Voight is extremely cold and distant. The two later tried to reduce the distance at different times. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider they also co-starred together in the movie. But suddenly, in July 2002, Jolie legally removed the word “Voight ” from the last part of her name and applied only to “Angelina Jolie”. Two months later, on September 12, 2002, her name was legally changed to Angelina Jolie. That same year, on a television show called Access Hollywood, Voight claimed that his daughter had “serious mental problems.” In the wake of this, Jolie later stated that she was unable to continue her relationship with her father.

In February 2010, Jolie met her father again and hinted at developing a relationship. Jolie, Pitt, and Voight gather in Venice, Italy, with their children. At the time, Jolie was working on the film The Tourist in Venice.

Professional life

Jolie began her career as a fashion model at the age of fourteen. She modeled mainly in Los Angeles, New York and London. She is seen in various music videos made at that time. These include Meat Loaf (‘Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through’), Antonello Venditti (‘Alta Marea’), Lenny Kravitz (‘Stand by My Woman’), and The Lemonheads (‘It’s About Time’). She began her acting career on stage at the age of sixteen, and her first character was a German nobleman. Basically, Jolie’s acting journey is from her father. She used to observe her father’s learning process to learn acting. She observed people, and tried to be just like them in behavior and appearance. At that time, Jolie’s relationship with her father was not as bad as it used to be. At that time, they were both the ‘King and Queen’ of the drama world to Jolie.

Jolie’s brother James Haven was a student at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. Jolie starred in five of his experimental films. Although Jolie began her career as a film actress in 1993; By playing the title role in the low budget film Cyborg 2. There, her character’s name was Casella “Cash” Reese, a robot close to humans. The robot is designed in such a way that it tempts itself to take itself to the central headquarters of a rival business organization, and then destroys itself. Jolie later starred in two films in 1995. One is the independent film Without Evidence, and the other is the mystery film Hackers. In Hackers, she played the lead role of Kate ‘Acid Burn’ Libby. It was the first Hollywood film of Jolie’s acting career.

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