Actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie was born on June 4, 1975, in Los Angeles, California, to actor Jon Voight and actress Marche line Bertrand. She began acting at a young age, studying at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute while in her early teens. Jolie later attended New York University.
The career path of Angelina Jolie:
Gia’ and Oscar Win for ‘Girl, Interrupted’.
No Long time later, Angelina Jolie starred in the HBO biopic Gia before earning a best supporting actress Academy Award for Girl, Interrupted. Jolie became one of Hollywood’s marquee names, with starring roles in movies like Wanted, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Salt and Changeling. She later had a huge international blockbuster with Disney’s Maleficent, which spawned a sequel. Jolie also directed the films In the Land of Blood and Honey, Unbroken and By the Sea, in which she co-starred with then-husband Brad Pitt.
In the 1990s, Angelina Jolie became a popular actress. She gave a star-making performance in the 1998 television film Gia, based on the short, tragic life of model Gia Marie Carangi, for which she won a best actress Golden Globe. Her rapid ascent continued with Girl, Interrupted (1999), as the rebellious member of a group of institutionalized teenagers, her performance resulting in an Academy Award win for best supporting actress.
‘Tomb Raider,’ ‘Taking Lives,’ ‘Sky Captain’
In the new millennium Jolie continued to take on a variety of interesting roles. She portrayed adventurer Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider films (2001 and 2003), a FBI profiler in Taking Lives (2004) and a squadron commander in Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004).
‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith,’ ‘The Good Shepherd,’ ‘A Mighty Heart’
She still got applause for take part in some movie such as ‘ the good shepherd. ‘ a mighty heart’ and She also got reputation for ‘Kung Fu Panda,’ ‘Changeling,’ ‘Salt’ and bring a big rain applause from film critics as well as audiences. The role led to her first Oscar nomination in the best actress category.
In 2004, Jolie began filming ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith’ (2005) with co-star Brad Pitt. The film became a major box office success at that time. There were rumors that Pitt and Jolie had an affair while filming “Smith”. Besides being a box office hit, it also established Pitt and Jolie’s relationship.
Maleficent’ and Sequel:
In 2014, the actress enjoyed the rewards of shaping a major blockbuster, both starring in and executive producing Disney’s Maleficent. Jolie portrayed the sorceress title character, with the film taking on a woman-centered revisionist approach to the main villain from the animated classic Sleeping Beauty (1959). With U.S. critics divided on the Maleficent’s merits, the project nonetheless worked box office magic, earning around $240 million domestically and an additional $517 million overseas. The sequel, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, was set for an October 2019 release.
Director: ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey,’ ‘Unbroken’
Jolie also began her craft as a director. She made her feature-length directorial debut with 2011’s In the Land of Blood and Honey, looking at a relationship horribly damaged by the Bosnian War. This was followed by 2014’s Unbroken, a biopic that told the story of Olympian Louis Zamperini’s survival in a Japanese POW camp. The film was based on the bestselling Laura Hillenbrand book of the same name and earned more than $163 million worldwide.
The monstrously peculiar person :
Famous for her off-screen romances, as many superstar in Hollywood, Jolie also got many fame from just a young actress, who got no reputation about acting career but private life and the monstrous character. Due to unhappy childhood as her parents got divorce when was young, jolie has been spending a very dark time with cocain, heroin and complicated sexual relationship also. She said that :” it really just me I am a girl with full of tattoo.” Even in 2008, Jolie was extorted for nearly 1.5 billion (VND) to buy a tape of her drug use at the age of 20 years old. After that time, the actress became the heart of Controversy points because of heavy drug addiction rumors.
Jolie has been married three times but one of them last so long. She married Hackers co-star Jonny Lee Miller in 1995 The couple divorced in 1999. The following year, Jolie married Academy Award-winning actor Billy Bob Thornton. And they wore a necklace that containing blood of each other, but this relationship doesn’t last long.. That union lasted until 2003.
Then after that, Jolie met Pitt during the making of Mr. and Mrs. Smith in 2004. At the time, Pitt was married to Friends star Jennifer Aniston Jolie insisted that because her mother had been hurt by adultery, she herself could never participate in an affair with a married man, therefore there had been no affair with Pitt at that time. Nonetheless, Pitt separated from his wife Jennifer Aniston in January 2005 and, in the months that followed, he was frequently seen in public with Jolie, apparently as a couple, resulting in a Hollywood scandal that dominated tabloids for years. Referred to as “Brangelina,” Jolie and Pitt became one of the most sought after Hollywood couples.
In 2002, Jolie adopted a son from Cambodia and named him Maddox. That’s really a turning point in her life. From a woman with a little bit biasing for peculiar trend, she becomes more and more a great Mom with countless love for her children and orphan children in the world. Three years later, she adopted a daughter, Zahara. In 2005, Pitt filed paperwork to adopt both of Jolie’s children. The couple’s first biological daughter, Shiloh, was born in Namibia in 2006. Jolie, Pitt and their children had traveled there to avoid the media frenzy that seemed to follow them wherever they went.
In March 2007, Angelina Jolie added a new member to her family. She adopted a 3-year-old boy from a Vietnamese orphanage and named him PaxThien. Jolie then gave birth to twins, Knox Leon and Vivienne Macheline, on July 12, 2008, in a seaside hospital in southern France. The rights for the first images of the twins were sold to People and Hello! magazines for $14 million—making them the most expensive celebrity pictures ever taken.
Pitt and Jolie became engaged in 2012. Slipping under the paparazzi radar, they quietly tied the knot in a private ceremony surrounded by their family and friends on August 23, 2014, in France.
Split from Brad Pitt.
However, the beautiful loving affair of them doesn’t last long as well as had a happy endings: In September 2016, Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt and requested sole physical custody of their six children, sparking another tabloid frenzy. Their contentious custody battle played out publicly with allegations that Pitt, after drinking on their private plane, had gotten “verbally abusive“ and “physical“ with Maddox. The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services and the FBI launched an investigation but found no signs of abuse; the couple followed with a joint statement that they were working together to resolve their divorce.
Jolie opened up about their separation in a September 2017 cover story in Vanity Fair. In the interview, she said by the summer of 2016, “things became difficult” in their marriage, but she defended their life together. “[Our lifestyle] was not in any way a negative,” She told the magazine. “That was not the problem. That is and will remain one of the wonderful opportunities we are able to give our children. … They’re six very strong-minded, thoughtful, worldly individuals. I’m very proud of them.”
An Iconic for woman round the world who trying to again the cancer disease.
Angelina experienced a great personal loss in early 2007, when her mother died of ovarian cancer at the age of 56 after fighting the disease for many years. Her grandmother also died from cancer. In May 2013, 37-year-old Jolie announced in a New York Times op-ed article titled “My Medical Choice” that she underwent a double mastectomy in an effort to prevent breast cancer in the future. The actress said she decided to undergo the surgery after learning that she carries a gene known as BRCA1, which increases the risk of both breast and ovarian cancer.
“My doctors estimated that I had an 87 percent risk of breast cancer and a 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer, although the risk is different in the case of each woman,” Jolie stated. “Once I knew that this was my reality, I decided to be proactive and to minimize the risk as much I could.” By late April 2013, Jolie added, she had completed several months of medical procedures, including a double mastectomy and reconstruction surgery. This action really spread an inspiration.
Beside inspiration action about take care women’s health, Angelina jollie also takes part in a lots of volunteer activation:
In 2001, Jolie became a goodwill ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. She has visited displaced people in more than 20 countries including Sierra Leone, Iraq, and Afghanistan.
In March 2005, Jolie donated the funding necessary to found The National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children. Its mission is to advocate for and provide aid to children migrating away from their homelands, either by choice or by force.
In February 2007, Jolie visited a refugee camp in Chad for a second time in order to raise awareness of the tens of thousands of refugees fleeing the killing in Darfur. “It’s always hard to see decent people, families, living in such difficult conditions,” she said at the time. “What is most upsetting is how long it is taking the international community to answer this crisis.”
Jolie co-chairs the Educational Partnership for Children in Conflict, a nonprofit dedicated to providing safe schooling for kids caught in, or fleeing from, violence. “Every child has a right to an education,” said Jolie, who donated a million dollars to the effort, said. “And conflict is not an excuse for us to ignore that right. If anything, it is the time that they need it the most.”
In 2008, Jolie announced plans to open an AIDS & tuberculosis clinic in Ethiopia, the country from which her daughter Zahara Marley was adopted. Already, a portion of the $2 million the Jolie-Pitt Foundation donated to the Global Health Committee has gone to medications to treat these diseases, which are ravaging the country.