Angelina Jolie Biography

Angelina Jolie

Title Desricption
Full Name Angelina Jolie Voight
Date of Birth 4 June 1975
Birth Place Los Angeles, California, United States
Father Name Jon Voight
Mother Name Marcheline Bertrand
Spouse Brad Pitt (m. 2014–2016), Billy Bob Thornton (m. 2000–2003), Jonny Lee Miller (m. 1996–1999)
Height 1.69 m
Famous As Actress

In Short

Angelina Jolie is an American actress and Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations Refugee Agency. He has received three Golden Globe Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards and one Academy Award. Jolie is well known for her work with refugees through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and promoting humanitarian matters around the world. She is considered one of the "most beautiful" women of the world, and her life behind the scenes has been widely quoted by the media. Although he appeared with his father John Voight for the first time as a child artist screen in the 1982 film Looking to Get Out, however, a decade later, Jolie's acting career began with low budget construction Cyborg 2 (1993) . His first major role in a major film was in the Cyber-Thriller Hacker (film) (1995). He starred in biographical television films George Wallace (1997) and Jia (1998), who received critical acclaim and won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for his performance in Drama Girl, Interrupted (1999). Jolie gained widespread prominence for the role of her video game heroine Lara Croft in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), and her sequel, Lara Craft, Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life (2003), earned herself a noted and highly remunerative Established among Hollywood actresses. [3] He played one of his roles in the action comedy Mr. and Mrs. Smile (2005) and Wanted (2008) Grni's reputation reinforced as the action star, the two of them so far that even the most non-animated films commercially successful. Jolie earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for Critics' appreciation and change for her performance in drama films A Mighty Heart (2007) and Changeling (2008). Actor Johnny Lee Miller and divorced from Billy Bob Thornton, Jolie is currently living with actor Brad Pitt, this relationship has attracted media attention around the world. Jolie and Pitt have adopted three children, Maddox, Pax and Zahara, as well as their three biological children, Shiloh, Knox and Vivian. Born in Los Angeles, California, Jolie is the daughter of artist John Voight and Marshall Bertrand. She is the daughter-in-law of Chip Taylor's niece, James Haven's sister and Jacqueline Bisset and Maximilian Shell's daughter-in-law. From the Father, Jolie belongs to Slovak and German descent, and from mother to French Canadians, Dutch and German descent. It has also claimed to be partial iRokyoi on behalf of her mother. However, Wight has claimed that Bertrand was "not really irokoyoi" and had only asked to increase the foreign background of his ex-wife. After the separation of his parents in 1976, Jolie and her brother had their mother, who gave up their acting ambitions to concentrate on the upbringing of their children. [10] Jolie in her childhood regularly He used to watch movies with his mother and later explained that due to this, his interest in acting increased; His father had not influenced him. [11] When he was six years old, his mother and stepfather, filmmaker Bill Dey, along with his family went to Palisades, New York. Five years later the family moved back to Los Angeles and Jolie decided to act and enrolled at the Lee Straßberg Theater and Film Institute, where she received training for two years and attended many stage shows. At the age of 14, he left acting classes and dreamed of becoming a funeral director. He started working as a fashion model, mainly in Los Angeles, New York and London. During this period, she started wearing black clothes, experimenting with a knife and started going out for a mousse with her living boyfriend. Two years later, when this relationship ended, he took an apartment above his mother's house, a rented apartment over a garage. He returned to theater studies and got a high school degree, although the recent Regarding that period in time, he said, "I am still in the heart - and always will be a scoundrel with tattoos." Jolie faced suicidal depression during her teenage years and early twenties. Jolie felt loneliness among children of some affluent families of the area during her student's time in Beverly Hills High School, as her mother lived on a modest income, because her students were very thin and wearing glasses and brace They were difficult to combine emotionally with other people, which resulted in their self-harm Started reaching; Which was later commented, "I used to collect knives and always keep some things around us. After acting as Carnellia Wallace in the 1997 autobiographical film George Wallace, Jolie's career prospects improved, for which she won a Golden Globe Award and was nominated for an Emmy Award. Gary Sinis acted as Alabama governor George Wallace. Critics of this film, directed by John Frankenhammer, praised and besides other awards, TVs Got the Golden Globe in the Best Short-Series / Motion Picture category for He played the role of the second wife of former separatist governor, who was shot in 1972 while fighting for the presidential election of the United States, and who remained paranoid. In 1998, Jolie played the role of super model Gia Karangi in HBO's Gia In the film, the world of sex, drugs and emotional drama were shown, and due to drug addiction, the death of Karangi's life and career and depiction of demise and death by AIDS was illustrated. Vanessa Vance wrote from, "Angelina Jolie has got wide recognition for Jia Namdhari's role and why it is so easy to know. Jolie is very powerful in her acting - filling up courage, charms and desperation in her character. - and his role in this film is perhaps the most beautiful train debris ever filmed. [21] For the second consecutive year, Jolie won the Golden Globe Award and Emmy Pu According to Lee Stassberg's Method Acting, Jolie has reportedly preferred to remain in characters during the scenes in many of her early films, and as a result, she earned a name as a result of which she won the first screen actors guild awards. It is difficult to work with them. During the shooting of Jia, they told their then husband Johnny Lee Miller that they did not call him Will be able to: "I told them; I am alone, I am dying, I'm gay, I will not see you for weeks ". [22] [22] After Jia, Jolie went to New York and stopped acting for a short period, because she felt that she had "nothing to give." He enrolled in New York University and started studying film production and participated in writing classes. Referring to this, she says that within the actors' studio it was a good opportunity for me to handle myself ". [23] Jolie returned to the role of Gloria McNeary in the 1998 gangster movie Hell Is Kitchen, and later that year, along with other artists, appeared in Playing by Heart, which included Sean Connery, Jillian Anderson, Ryan Phillip and John Stewart. The film received mainly positive reviews and Jolie received special praise. The San Francisco Chronicle wrote, "Jolie, working in a high-pitched role, as a desperate club crawler, what she wants to bet on, like learning tricks of truth, attracts with her superb acting . [24] Jolie won the Breakthrough Performance Award by the National Board of Review. In 1999, he starred in Mike Nevell's comedy-drama Pushing Tin, in which his co-star was John Cusack, Billy Bob Thornton and Cate Blanchett. Jolie played Thornton's fascinating wife The film's critics received mixed reviews and Jolie's character was particularly criticized. The Washington Post wrote, "Mary (Angelina Jolie), a freak man who created a completely free woman who wears a dead hibiscus plant, wears many rings of turquoise and actually falls alone , When Russell spends all night away from home. "[25] After that he worked with Denzel Washington in The Bone Collector (1999), based on the crime novel written by Jeffrey Deaver. Jolie portrayed a police officer Amelia Donoghie, who is preoccupied with the suicide of her police father, and unwillingly helps Washington locate a serial killer. The film grossed $ 151 million worldwide, [4] but there was a tremendous failure. The Detroit Free Press concluded, "Jolie, which seems always tempting to watch, has been a very wrong election for this film." [26] "Jolie is emerging like a wild spirit in one of the current films, an unbridled cannon whose aim is unmistakable." On the role of Jolie in Roger Albert Girl Interrupted (1999). [27] Jolie next appeared in the supporting role of Sociopath Lisa Roow in the film Girl Interrupted (1999), which narrates the story of a mental patient Susanna Kason, and was adapted from Kesen's original memoir girl, Interrupted. While Winona Ryder played the main role with the hope that it would be a return for them, unexpectedly it was finally replaced as Jolie's success in Hollywood. [28] She won her third Golden Globe Award, second screen Acquired Academy Award for Actors Guild Award and Best Supporting Actress. Variety wrote, "Jolie is excellent as a flamboyant, carefree girl who plays a more important role than the doctors in Suzanne's rehabilitation." Jolie got personal information about the humanitarian crisis of the world during the filming of Tomb Rider for the first time in Cambodia. Eventually, he contacted UNHCR for more information on international problem areas. [44] In the coming months, he visited refugee camps around the world to learn about the situation in these areas. In February 2001, Jolie made her first regional trip on the 18-day Sierra Leone and Tanzania mission; Later, he revealed the point of view of the shock and reached the point of view. [44] In the coming months, he returned to Cambodia for two weeks and later met with Afghan refugees in Pakistan, where he donated $ 1 million for Afghan refugees in response to an international UNHCR emergency appeal. [45] He emphasized on self-repaying all costs related to his mission and shared the primary function and lifestyle of the UNHCR Field Staff in all his tours. [ 44] Jolie was nominated as UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador at UNHCR Headquarters, Geneva on August 27, 2001. [46] "I can not stop ourselves off information and ignore the fact that I am honestly wanting to help others. for a life with meaning. All of us would like to believe that if we were in a bad situation someone will help us. " Jolie on her motives for joining UNHCR in 2001 [44] Jolie lived on a regional mission around the world and met with refugees and internally displaced people in more than 20 countries. [47] Asking what he wants to achieve, he said, "Awareness about the misery of these people. I think that they should be appreciated for their passions, they should be appreciated, "[48] In 2002, Jolie visited the Tham Hin refugee camp in Thailand and Colombian refugees in Ecuador. [49] Then Jolie went to various UNHCR facility sites in Kosovo and Kenya mainly at the Kakuma refugee camp in Sudan's refugees. During the shoot of Beyond Barders in Namibia, they met with Angolan refugees. In 2003, Jolie went to Tanzania on a six-day mission, where she traveled to the western border that hosted the Congolese refugee camp and she stayed on a tour of Sri Lanka for a week. Later, he visited North Caucasus as a closing of a four-day campaign in Russia. Concurrently in his film Beyond Borders, he published Notes from My Travels, a collection of his daily entries in which entries of his early field mission (2001-2002) were recorded. In December 2003, during a private residence in Jordan, he expressed his desire to meet Iraqi refugees in the eastern desert of Jordan, and later that month he went on a trip to Egypt to meet Sudanese refugees. On his first UN visit to the United States, Jolie went to Arizona in 2004, where he met with detained asylum seekers at three facilities and visited the South-Western main program Phoenix, which is a non-partner The facility is in place. He fled in June 2004 and toured the border regions and refugee camps who fled from the battle in the western Sudan Darfur region. Four months later he returned to the area and this time he went directly to the West Darfur. Also in 2004, Jolie met with Afghan refugees in Thailand and during a private holiday in Lebanon during the Christmas holidays, visited the UNHCR's regional office in Beirut, as well as some young refugees and cancer patients in the Lebanese capital. Gifted with. [50] In 2005, Jolie visited Pakistani camps with Afghan refugees and also met with Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf and Prime Minister Aziz Aziz; During the Thanksgiving weekend in November, they returned to Pakistan with Brad Pitt to see the effect of 2005 Kashmir earthquake. In 2006, Jolie and Pitt flew to Haiti and visited the school assisted by charity Yale Haiti founded by Haitian-hip hop musician Wyclef Jean. During the filming of A Mighty Heart in India, Jolie met with Afghanistan and Burmese refugees in New Delhi. He spent Christmas Day 2006 with Colombian refugees in San Jose, Costa Rica, where he distributed gifts In 2007, Jolie returned to the mission on a two-day mission to assess the safety situation of the refugee refugees; Jolie and Pitt subsequently donated $ 1 million to three relief organizations in Chad and Darfur. Jolie first visited Syria and went to Iraq twice, where she met with Iraqi refugees as well as multi national forces and American soldiers.

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