American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian Angelina Jolie is the most popular and beautiful actress in the world. She has won three Golden Globe Awards, an Academy Award, and other honors. She has also been recognized as Hollywood’s highest-paid actress on several occasions.

Her roles in Girl, Interrupted, Lara Croft, Maleficient, and others brought her notoriety. Angelina Jolie has been well-known in the movie business for over ten years.

Quick Info

REAL NAMEAngelina Jolie
BORNJune 4, 1975
AGE48 years old
BIRTHPLACELos Angeles, California.
PROFESSIONActress, Director, and Humanitarian
NET WORTH$120 Million
HEIGHT5 feet 6 inches

Early Life

The actors Jon Voight and Marcheline Bertrand welcomed Angelina Jolie Voight into the world on June 4, 1975, in Los Angeles, California. She is the niece of singer-songwriter Chip Taylor, sister of actor James Haven, and niece of Barry Voight, a geologist. Maximilian Schell and actress Jacqueline Bisset are her godparents. Jolie’s mother was of French-Canadian descent, but her father is of German and Slovak descent. Jolie has acknowledged her partial Indigenous heritage. Because her family only made ends meet with her mother’s meager income, she felt alone among her wealthy classmates during her time at Beverly Hills High School. Teens teased her because she wore braces and glasses and was extremely thin.

She attended the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute for two years and then enrolled at Beverly Hills High School. She later studied drama at New York University. In addition to acting in theatre productions, she modeled and appeared in music videos.

Net Worth

The estimated value of Angelina Jolie’s net worth is $120 million. Her lucrative career as an actress, which included parts in well-known movies like “Maleficent,” “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider,” and “The Salt,” is how she amassed her wealth. In addition, she has several endorsement deals and has directed and produced multiple films.


Among the many endorsement agreements Angelina Jolie has are the following:

  • Louboutin
  •  L’Oréal
  •  Shiseido St. John and
  •  Guerlain


Early in the 1990s, Angelina Jolie also started her acting career. She made appearances in several TV series and movies, such as “Gia,” “Pushing Daisies,” and “Cyborg 2.” Her breakthrough performance came in the 2001 movie “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.”

Throughout the 2000s and 2010s, Jolie kept up her popularity as a film star, appearing in hits like “Maleficent,” “Kung Fu Panda,” and “Mr. & Mrs. Smith.” In addition, she produced and directed several movies, such as “Unbroken” and “In the Land of Blood and Honey.”

Since 2001, Jolie has served as a Goodwill Ambassador for the UNHCR, and in that capacity, she has visited more than 60 nations to promote awareness of humanitarian emergencies. Additionally, she is the founder of the Jolie-Pitt Pitt Foundation, which supports relief and humanitarian efforts across the globe.

Angelina works as Director

The Land of Blood and Honey, a turbulent love story set during the Bosnian conflict of the 1990s, marked Jolie’s directorial and screenwriting debut in 2011. After that, in 2014, she directed the World War II drama Unbroken. The Coen brothers wrote the screenplay for the movie, which is based on the true story of an Olympic runner and U.S. Air Force officer who was captured by the Japanese after his plane crashed. 

By the Sea, a drama starring Brad Pitt that centers on a troubled couple in 1970s France, was directed, written, and starred her in 2015. The 2017 film First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, which is based on Loung Ung’s memoir about her upbringing under the cruel Khmer Rouge regime of the 1970s, was Jolie’s next project.

Personal Life 

Frequently, Jolie’s personal life garnered attention comparable to that of her acting career. Tabloids took a keen interest in her relationship with Pitt, and the couple’s biological children, Shiloh (2006) and twins Knox and Vivienne (2008) created a media storm. Pitt and Jolie tied the knot in 2014, but Jolie filed for divorce two years later.

She was designated as a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Goodwill Ambassador in 2001. Following that meeting, she visited several nations racked by poverty and adopted Maddox and Zahara, two children from Ethiopia and Cambodia, respectively. The children were later adopted by Pitt, and in 2007 the couple adopted Pax, a Vietnamese boy. Jolie gained notoriety in 2013 when it was revealed that she had undergone a preventive double mastectomy due to BRCA1 gene mutations, which raise the risk of ovarian or breast cancer.

Awards for her Humanitarian 

  • The United Nations Global Citizen Award 
  •  The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award
  • Partnership for a Healthier America’s David Rockefeller Leadership Award
  • Additionally the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Cecil B. DeMille Award

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