Angelina Jolie (Born June 4, 1975) is an American actress, filmmaker and philanthropist. He has three Golden Globes, two Actors Association Awards and one Oscar. Also known for his charitable work, Jolie has been on the charts of the world's most attractive people many times.
Jolie's acting career, first seen in 1982 in Lookin 'to Get Out (1982), in which her father played, began with Cyborg 2 (1993), a low-budget movie. He got his first lead role in the movie Hackers (1995). She starred in the critically acclaimed biographical films George Wallace (1997) and Gia (1998), and received an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Girl, Interrupted (1999). With the movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), he became a world-renowned actor with great success. Later, he became one of Hollywood's best known and most winning actors. His biggest commercial gain ever in the action-comedy genre, Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) and the animated Kung Fu Panda (2008). Since 2010, he has appeared in films such as Ajan Salt (2010), Tourist (2010), On The Edge of Life (2015) and Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016), and also directed the movie The Neck Will Not (2014).
Jolie, who was divorced from Jonny Lee Miller and Billy Bob Thornton, lived with Brad Pitt until 2016. Jolie and Pitt, who had a relationship that attracted the attention of the press all over the world; Three adopted children, Maddox, Pax and Zahara; He has three biological children, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne.
First years and family
Jolie was born in March 1975 to actor Jon Voight, who won the Academy Award in Los Angeles, as the daughters of actor Marcheline Bertrand, who only appeared in two films. At the same time, Chip Taylor's nephew is the sister of James Haven, Jolie's godmother Jacqueline Bisset and godfather Maximilian Schell. Her father, Jon Voight, carries Slovak and German blood, and her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, carries French blood. But one side belongs to the Iroquois people. But Voight claimed that he was not exactly a member of the Iroquois people.
In 1976, Jolie's parents divorced. Jolie then traveled to Palisades, New York, with her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, and her brother James Haven, who had to abandon her film career. Here, a happy boy, Jolie collected snakes and lizards. Jolie's favorite snake was named: Harry Dean Stanton, and his favorite lizard was Vladimir. She was complained to her mother by her school because she squeezed the boys in her school and kissed them until they yelled at them. When Jolie was a child, he often watched movies with his mother. Explaining that this made him interested in cinema, Jolie later explained that he was not affected by his father and uncle (Chip Taylor) about cinema.
Jolie returned to Los Angeles at the age of 11. He understood that he wanted to be an actor here, and Lee decided to enroll at the Strasberg Theater Institute. He appeared in several small productions at this school. But after 2 years here, he started going to Beverly Hills High School. In this school he felt lonely among the children of other very wealthy families. She was ridiculed by her other friends because of her being too thin and wearing glasses. Afterwards, Jolie, who was unsuccessful in her first modeling experience, was broken and started to hurt herself. Jolie explained this to CNN: “I was collecting knives, and it was a kind of ritual for me to cut myself and feel the pain. It was a kind of therapy for me because I felt like I was alive. ”
He was expelled from school at the age of 14 and began to dream of becoming a funeral lifter. All this time she was dressed in black, dyed her hair purple and began to live with her boyfriend. He started doing slam-dancing. When the relationship ended after 2 years, he rented a place near his mother's house and went back to school. After graduating from the school with the thought of “I still have the heart of a punk boy and I will always be a tattooed punk boy,” Jolie started to cool down from his father because of his father's indifference.
Jolie and her father are between. Although she came together with her father for the movie Lara Croft: Tomb Raider in 2001, their ties did not improve. In July 2001, she petitioned for the abolition of the Voight surname and its name to be changed to Angelina Jolie. In September 2002, the surname officially changed. Also in August of the same year, Jon Voight Access told Hollywood that his daughter had mental problems, but Jolie said, “Me and my dad don't talk. I have no anger towards him. ” The mother Marcheline Bertrand, who could not be as cold-blooded as Jolie could, protected her daughter and said: “Angelina has no mental health problems. Spiritually and physically, he's perfectly healthy. ”
1991-1997: First studies
Jolie started working as a model when she was 14 years old. Jolie, who has been a model in Los Angeles, New York and London, has also been seen in many music videos. Among these videos: Meat Loaf ("Rock & Roll Dreams Come Through"), Antonello Venditti ("Alta Marea"), Lenny Kravitz ("Stand by My Woman"), and The Lemonheads ("It's About Time") featured in the music videos. was taking. At 16, he returned to the theater and played a German fetish in his first role. During this period, he learned many things from his father in the field of theater and the relationship between them was less strained during this period. He watched how his dad watched people, talked to them and turned into them. Jolie did not fight with her father as much as before during this period. According to her, her father and herself were "drama queens".
Jolie was seen in five films his brother made at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, but his professional film career began in 1993 with Cyborg 2. In this film, Casella played the character named "Cash" Reese, which was half human-half robot, designed to seduce the center of the rival manufacturer and then self-detonated. Afterwards, he was seen as an assistant in the independent movie Without Evidence. Kate played the character of “Acid Burn” Libby in Hackers, Jolie's first Hollywood movie directed by Iain Softley. She also met her first husband, Jonny Lee Miller, in this movie.
She played the character of Gina Malacci in the 1996 comedy film Love Is All There Is. In the film, which is the adaptation of Romeo and Juliet today, Jolie portrayed the Italian girl who fell in love with the son of one of the two families with blood feud between them. In another film he played in 1996, Mojave Moon, Danny Aiello played the character of the young Eleanor Rigby who fell in love with her mother. In the Foxfire movie, he played one of the young girls who killed the teacher who sexually abused them, and then got completely out of control. On the performance of Jolie, the Los Angeles Times wrote: “Although the story is told by Maddy, the main subject and the catalyst of the story is Legs (Jolie)”.
In 1997, Jolie starred in Playing God, a thriller starring David Duchovny. The film did not receive good reviews by critics. Film critic Roger Ebert said about the production: “Angelina Jolie found a certain warmth in a generally aggressive and tough role. He looks so good to be a criminal's girlfriend. ” He then starred in the historical-romantic genre True Women, a TV movie. The movie was an adaptation of Janice Woods Windle's book. Jolie was also seen in Rolling Stones' Anybody Seen My Baby clip the same year.
Jolie's career prospects began after her biographical film, George Wallace, in which she received the Golden Globe for her role in Cornelia Wallace in 1997 and was nominated for an Emmy Award. In the movie, Gary Sinise played George Wallace. As for Angelina, she played the second wife of George Wallace, who was shot while running towards the US Presidency. The director of the film, John Frankenheimer, told People magazine about Jolie: “Everywhere in the world is full of beautiful girls. But they are not Angelina Jolie. Angelina is fun, honest, intelligent, gorgeous and extraordinarily skilled. ” Apart from Jolie, the film also returned with many awards from the festivals.
In 1998, Jolie played supermodel Gia Carangi in HBO's Gia movie. The film showed the world of sex, drugs, Gia's sudden death and collapse and death from AIDS as a result of drug addiction. In the sequential second year, Jolie won the Golden Globe with this role and was nominated for Emmy. He also received the first SAG Award. Vanessa Vance from Reel.com described Angelina's acting as follows: “Jolie was cold-blooded when portraying her. He used passion and desperation while filling the sections. ” Jolie, on the other hand, explained Gia, who he played in the movie, as “the character he finds closest to him among the characters he portrays”. In accordance with the techniques of Lee Strasberg, Jolie said in his first films that he continued to remain in the character between the scenes and continue to live him. As a result, while shooting Gia, she told her husband Jonny Lee Miller: “I'm alone; I'm dying; I'm gay and I won't be able to see you for weeks. ”
After Gia, Jolie moved to New York and stopped acting for a short time, feeling that she had nothing to give. He became a member of New York University for filmmaking classes and attended writing classes. "It was just good to get myself together," explained Inside the Actors Studio.
Jolie returned to the cinema with the 1998 gangster movie Hell's Kitchen as Gloria McNeary, and later starred in an episode of Playing by Heart, starring Sean Connery, Gillian Anderson, Ryan Phillippe and Jon Stewart. The film received positive reviews and Jolie received many praises. Jolie received the Rising Performance Award from the National Board of Review, and a positive review was written about him in the San Francisco Chronicle.
In 1999, she starred in the comedy-drama Pushing Tin, directed by Mike Newell, where she met her second husband, Billy Bob Thornton. Other actors in the film were John Cusack and Cate Blanchett. Jolie played Thornton's seductive, sexy, crazy wife. The film received mixed reviews by critics. Jolie's character was particularly criticized. The Washington Post wrote: "The free-spirited Mary (Angelina Jolie), who cries over the dead flowers, wears a lot of turquoise rings, and gets really lonely when Russels spend the night literally away from home, is an absolutely ridiculous character." After this film, he worked with Denzel Washington in The Bone Collector. He played the police named Amelia Donaghy, who was tasked with helping Lincoln Rhyme (Denzel Washington), who had an accident and needed help while chasing the serial killer. The Bone Collector movie was adapted from a book by Jeffery Deaver. The film grossed $ 151.493.655 USD but did not receive positive reviews by critics. Detroit Free Press wrote: "It was wrong to give Jolie the wrong role in this movie."
Jolie portrayed her next assistant role in Girl, Interrupted, as the sociopathic Lisa Rowe. In the movie Interrupted, Girl was telling the story of her mentally ill Susanna Kaysen. The film was also an adaptation of Kaysen's original diaries. Although Winona Ryder played the main character, the film attracted attention with Jolie's recent rise in Hollywood. He received the third Golden Globe Award, the second SAG Award and the Best Supporting Actress Academy Award. Roger Ebert described Jolie's performance as follows: “Jolie appears as one of the great wild spirits in current movies, somehow not connected to any group with a lethal target.”
In 2000, Jolie appeared in the film Gone In 60 Seconds, in which Nicholas Cage played a car thief, as Cage's ex-girlfriend Sarah "Sway" Wayland. His role in this movie was small. Jolie later explained that after the weight of the role of Lisa Rowe, this movie relieved herself and made big bucks after this movie. The movie earned $ 237 million worldwide.
2001-2004: Widespread recognition
Despite his very good acting ability, Jolie's films could not reach a wide audience; but Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001) made Jolie an international superstar. In the adaptation of the popular Tomb Raider video game, Jolie for the role of Lara Croft; Great British accent had to learn yoga, martial arts training and car racing. But the movie received bad reviews in general. Slant Magazine interpreted the movie as follows: “Angelina Jolie was born to play Lara Croft, but director Simon West made her journey into a Frogger game.” Lara Croft, who grossed $ 274.703.340 worldwide, was an international success despite Tomb Raider and introduced Jolie to the world as an action star.
Jolie later played Julia Russell in the movie Original Sin (2001), which brought humor and tension together. In this film, he shared the lead role with Antonio Banderas. The film was adapted from Cornell Woolrich's novel Waltz into Darkness and directed by Michael Cristofer. The film grossed 35.402.320 US dollars worldwide. The movie was a critical failure for critics. In 2002, he played the ambitious TV reporter Lanie Kerrigan in Life or Something Like It, who was said to die within a week and as a result began to search for the meaning of life. Although the film received criticism that it was inadequate, Jolie's performance received positive reviews. CNN's Paul Clinton: “It was amazing in the role of Jolie. Although there are some ridiculous plots in the middle of the movie, this Academy Award-winning actress plays her tremendous journey towards herself. ”
In 2003, Jolie played Lara Croft again in Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. This time, Chen Lo, who is led by one of China's famous criminal networks, tries to open a deadly scourge, Pandora's Box, and Lara Croft is the only person who can save the world. While this production did not achieve as much financial success as the previous film, it earned $ 156.505.388 internationally. The following year, Jolie starred in Beyond Borders on aid workers in Africa. Although the film reflects the benevolent personality of Jolie's real life; it failed critically and financially. In the Los Angeles Times, the following remarks about the movie were made: “Jolie, Girl can give the role electric and credibility, as she did in the role she won an Oscar in Interrupted. He can also make accepted cartoons like Lara Croft. But the hybrid character ambiguity, the ill-written unreal flying invader, the blood-and-gut world completely destroys it. ”
In 2004, she starred in Taking Lives with Ethan Hawke. In the movie, Illeana Scott, a Montreal-based FBI agent, played the character. The film received mixed reviews. The Hollywood Reporter wrote: “Angelina Jolie plays a role that feels like she has already done before. But he adds an incomprehensible energy of excitement and attraction. ” Later, in the DreamWorks movie Shark Tale, she gave her voice to the animated character Angelfish Lola and starred in a short role in Kerry Conran's sci-fi, adventure movie Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow. He also played Olympias in 2004, in Alexander Stone's biographical film, Alexander, about the life of Alexander the Great. This film failed to earn only $ 34.297.191 within the US borders, but it was a huge success internationally, earning $ 133.001.001 outside the United States. Oliver Stone has linked the film's failure within the United States to Alexander's bisexuality and the media and public's comments on it. ”
2005-2010: Commercial success
The action-comedy Mr. & Mrs. Smith is the only movie Jolie played in 2005. The movie was directed by Doug Liman. The film was about a bored married couple who realized they were working as hitmen for two rival organizations. Jolie played Jane Smith, the wife of Brad Pitt's character in the movie. The film received a lot of criticism but was often praised for the chemistry between the two leading actors. In The Star Tribune, he wrote about the film: "As the story progresses casually, the film lives on by the glamor, the energy and the energy of the stars." The film was a huge success, earning US $ 478,207,520 worldwide and became one of the most watched movies of 2005.
Later in 2006, she starred in Robert De Niro's The Good Shepherd. The film was about the early years of the CIA through the eyes of the character Edward Wilson, played by Matt Damon. Jolie played Wilson's neglected wife Margaret Russels in the supporting role.
In 2007, Jolie made the documentary A Place in Time, the first movie she directed. The movie shows life in 27 places around the world in a week. The documentary was screened at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film was designed to be distributed to the National Education Association, the largest educational union in the USA, and mostly to be shown in high schools. In the same year, Jolie starred in Michael Winterbottom's documentary drama A Mighty Heart, as Mariane Pearl. The film was about the kidnapping and murder of Daniel Pearl, a reporter of the Wall Street Journal in Pakistan. The film was adapted from the book A Mighty Heart, composed of memories of Mariane Pearl. The production premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. The Hollywood Reporter described Jolie's performance as "balanced and touching" and continued: "He played with respect and a tight grip in a different accent." With this film, Jolie won the fourth Golden Globe Award nomination and the third SAG nomination. Jolie also played Grendel's mother in Robert Zemeckis's Beowulf (2007). The image of Jolie in the movie is not real, it was created with motion capture technique.
In 2008, he starred in the action genre Wanted with James McAvoy and Morgan Freeman. Wanted was adapted from Mark Millar's comic book of the same name. The film received positive reviews and was successful worldwide, grossing $ 341.433.252. He also gave his voice to the character of Master Tigress in the animated movie Kung Fu Panda. Earning $ 632 million, the movie was Angelina's biggest grossing movie ever. In the same year, she starred as Christine Collins in Changeling, directed by Clint Eastwood and making her premiere at the Cannes Film Festival. The film was about mother Christine Collins, who lost her child, who realized that the child brought by the police months later was not her son and started looking for her real son. With this film adapted from a real event, Jolie won the second Academy Award nomination, the first BAFTA Award nomination, the fifth Golden Globe and the fourth Cinema Actors Association Award nomination. Clint Eastwood made a statement for Jolie at the post-film press conferences: “Her magnificent face is blocking her. I think his face is the most beautiful face on the planet. Sometimes people can't see his talent. He's on the cover of all these magazines, and that's why it's easy to overlook how awesome he is. ”
In 2010, he played in the action-type Agent Salt, which he starred in. The movie was generally liked by critics and grossed about $ 300 million. At the end of 2010, the movie Turist, which was originally expected to be released in 2011, was released. Jolie shared the lead role in the movie with Johnny Depp. The film generally received negative comments from critics, but thanks to the Depp and Jolie performances, he was nominated for the Golden Globe.
2011-present: Professional expansion
Jolie made her feature film directing experience with the movie Blood and Love (1992), which tells the love between a Serbian soldier and a Bosniak prisoner during the 95-2011 Bosnian War. After visiting Bosnia and Herzegovina twice, as the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador, he thought the film would increase the interest in war victims. To ensure reality, he worked exclusively with former Yugoslav actors and included their combat experience in the script. The film was nominated for the Golden Globe Best Foreign Language Film Award, and Jolie was declared an honorary Sarajevo because he drew attention to the war.
Jolie acting for three and a half years, Jolie appeared in 2014 as the main character in the fantasy adventure Disney live action movie Malefiz. The film received mixed reactions, but Jolie's performance was praised. The movie, which earned about $ 70 million in North America and more than $ 100 million in other countries in its first week, showed that Jolie appeals to all age groups in the action and fantasy films that are dominated by male actors. The film grossed $ 757,8 million worldwide, making it the fourth-highest-earning film of the year and the highest-paid film of Jolie.
Jolie sat in the director's chair for the second time with Neck Eğmez (2014) and also produced the film. The film, which received mixed reactions and was not nominated for noteworthy awards, was named one of the best films of the year by the National Board of Review and the American Film Institute. Jolie's next directing attempt was on the drama of Life in the drama (2015), with her husband Brad Pitt. The film often received negative reactions.
Committed to humanitarian work and unable to focus on cinema all the time, Jolie brought together two areas of interest with Cambodia's drama, First They Killed My Father (2017), set in the Red Khmer period. He both directed the film and wrote his script with Loung Ung. The movie, prepared for Cambodian viewers, was produced for Netflix. Jolie later signed a contract to star in Disney's Maleficent II movie. On July 20, 2019, it was announced that he will star in The Eternals at San Diego Comic-Con International.
Jolie's self-consciousness happened while filming Tomb Raider in Cambodia. Then he started working with UNHCR to learn more about international threats. In the following months, he visited the refugee camps to better see the conditions. In February 2001, he carried out his first field work in the Sierra Leone area and Tanzania. Jolie said he was still in shock when he returned from Tanzania. In the coming months, he returned to Cambodia for two meetings. Jolie donated UNHCR $ 1 million to Pakistan and then went to Pakistan to meet the Afghan refugees there. Jolie was granted the title of Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees on August 27, 2001, when the article on his duties was hanged on everything spiritual.
Jolie has worked in more than 20 countries worldwide (the battlefield, the refugees' area) and met with refugees. When asked what she hoped to achieve, Jolie once replied: “Being aware of the situation of these people. I think they should be congratulated for their experience and not be underestimated. ” Jolie visited the Tham Hin refugee camp in 2002 in Thailand. He then traveled to Ecuador to meet Cambodian refugees. He then went to UNHCR facilities in Kosovo and met refugees from Sudan at the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya. He also met with refugees from Angola while filming the movie Beyond Borders in Namibia.
Jolie traveled to Tanzania in 6 for a 2003-day mission. There, Jolie, who met with Congolese refugees, went on a long journey to Sri Lanka. Jolie also went to Russia and the North Caucasus for four daily missions. While filming Beyond Borders, he also published a book called Notes from My Travels. The book consisted of the notes he kept during his first journeys (2001-2002). The book's income was donated to UNHCR. Jolie, who was in Jordan for a private residence in December 2003, wanted to meet Iraqi refugees in the eastern deserts of Jordan. Apart from that, he went to Egypt to meet Sudanese refugees.
Jolie made his first trip to the USA in 2004 in Arizona. There, he visited three facilities and refuge seekers detained in the southwestern key program and a facility opened for children not accompanied in the phoenix. In June 2004, he flew to Chad. He made a visit to limit places and camps for refugees who fled fighting in the Darfur region of Western Sudan. Four months later, he returned to the region and this time went to West Darfur. He also met Afghan refugees in Thailand in 2004 and visited a private visit to Lebanon during Christmas holidays, while visiting the regional office of UNHCR, some young refugees in addition to cancer patients in the capital of Lebanon, in Beirut. ”
In 2005, Jolie visited Pakistani camps, including Afghan refugees. In addition, Pakistan's president Pervez Musharraf met with Pakistan's prime minister Shaukat Aziz. Then, in November, during Thanksgiving weekend, he returned to Pakistan to see the impact of the 2005 cashmere earthquake with Pitt. In 2006, Jolie and Pitt flew to Haiti. There he visited a school supported by Yele Haiti and a charity founded by hip hop musician Wyclef Jean, born in Haiti. Jolie met Afghan and Burmese refugees in New Delhi while filming A Mighty Heart in India. He spent New Year's Day in San José, Costa Rica, where he distributed gifts with Colombian refugees.
In 2007, Jolie returned to Chad to assess the worsening security situation for refugees from Darfur on a one or two day mission. As a result, Jolie and Pitt donated $ 1 million to three charities in Chad and Darfur. Meanwhile, Jolie made his first visit to Syria and went to Iraq twice. In Iraq, he met with Iraqi refugees, American soldiers and the multinational army. Finally, Jolie made his third visit to Iraq in 2009. He met the people in Iraq and tried to support them and met American soldiers.
Over time, Jolie began to publicize these issues in the political arena. Jolie, who participated in the World Refugee Day in Washington in 4, where he previously attended 2009 times, was an invited speaker at the World Economic Forum in 2005 and 2006. Jolie also began lobbying in Washington with congressmen to explain people's problems. Since 2003, Jolie has met with congressmen at least 20 times.
Relationships and marriages
Angelina Jolie made her first marriage on March 28, 1996 with Jonny Lee Miller. He wore black leather pants and a white T-shirt with his wife's name on his wedding. ” Only Jolie's mother and Miller's best friend attended the marriage ceremony. The marriage ended at the end of three years and Jolie was divorced in 1999. After divorce, Jolie spoke about her ex-wife: “I have only happy memories of Jonny. We're still good friends. ”
Jolie met actor Billy Bob Thornton in 1999 while making the movie Pushing Tin and married him. They became a couple that attracted great attention in the media. His words about each other were often wild and lustful. They were talking about their sex life, carrying each other's blood in a necklace around their necks. When asked why Jolie was carrying her husband's blood around her neck, she replied to The Boston Globe: “Some people think a big gem is so beautiful. But to me, my husband's blood is the best thing in the world. ” As Jolie continued his relationship, Billy stated his thoughts about Bob Thornton: “I don't think I can do much in this world if I were not with him. She makes me feel like a woman. ” But Jolie's marriage didn't last long, and Jolie divorced Billy Bob Thornton in 2003. Thornton affirmed that their relationship was "over because Angelina preferred to watch television while she wanted to save the world." In the same interview, Thornton announced that when he went to different places for Jolie's business, he was watching TV programs such as Teletubbies and sports competitions. The allegations that Thornton deceived Jolie: “I have never deceived him. We had a great relationship. We fell in love with each other while we were together. Only our view of life was different. ”
Jolie was not afraid to explain that she was bisexual in her interviews. She also said she had a sexual relationship with her co-star Jenny Shimizu from the Foxfire movie. Jolie spoke about Jenny Shimizu: “If I hadn't married my husband, I would have probably married Jenny. I fell in love in the first second I saw him. ” Regarding her bisexuality, Jolie once described herself as "a celebrity who will enjoy sleeping with a female fan."
Jolie got involved in a scandal in early 2005, when she was accused of "causing Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston to divorce." The accusation “Mr. & Mrs. “During the filming of Smith, Jolie and Pitt had an affair”. Jolie repeatedly denied this, but admitted that they "fell in love" with each other on set. “Having a relationship with a married man (because my father also cheated on my mother) is not something I can forgive, in a 2005 interview. If I had done such a thing, I wouldn't even be able to look at my face in the mirror. I wouldn't be interested in a man who cheated on his own wife anyway. " found the statement.
Speculation continued throughout 2005, although Jolie and Pitt did not comment on their relationship. Jolie and Pitt's intimate moments were photographed 1 month after Aniston filed for divorce. In the photos, Jolie and Pitt were on a beach in Kenya with Jolie's son Maddox. Jolie and Pitt began to appear together with increasing frequency throughout the summer. The media called the world's most interesting couple "Brangelina". On January 11, 2006, Jolie confirmed to People magazine that Pitt was pregnant with her child, making their relationship public for the first time. On September 15, 2016, Jolie filed for divorce with Pitt. It was stated that Jolie wanted a divorce for "the health of the family". Jolie asked for physical custody of her children in the divorce file, Pitt was given the right to visit children.
Jolie adopted her first child Maddox on March 7, 10, when she was 2002 months old. Maddox was born on August 5, 2001 in Cambodia. Maddox lived in a local orphanage in Battambang. Jolie decided to apply for adoption in 2001 after visiting the Cambodia for the Tomb Raider film and UNHCR field work. She adopted her after she divorced her second husband, Billy Bob Thornton. Like Jolie's other children, he got considerable attention from the press and appeared regularly in the media. Jolie Harper's Bazaar told Maddox: “I am not a believer in fate. But the moment I saw Maddox, I had a very strange feeling. At that moment, I knew I would be his mother. ”
Jolie adopted her second child, Zahara Marley, from Ethiopia on June 6, 2005 when she was six months old. Zahara Marley was born on January 8, 2005. His real name, Yemsrach, was put in by his mother. But his legal name, Tena Adam, was put in an orphanage. Jolie adopted Zahara from the orphanage called Wide Horizons For Children in Addis Ababa. Immediately after returning to the USA, Zahara was hospitalized for thirst and malnutrition. In 2007, the media unearthed Zahara's biological mother, Mentewabe Dawit. Mentewabe Dawit was still alive and wanted her daughter back. But she couldn't take her daughter.
Jolie stated that he made the decision to adopt Zahara with Brad Pitt. On January 16, 2006, the name of Angelina Jolie's children officially changed to "Jolie-Pitt" with a decision taken in a court in California. Jolie gave birth to her first biological child, Shiloh-Nouvel, by caesarean section on May 27, 2006 in Namibia. Pitt announced that Shiloh will receive a Namibian passport. Angelina Jolie preferred the sale of Shiloh's paintings to the paparazzi taking. People magazine pays 4.1 million US dollars to pictures, while Hello! magazine gave 3.5 million US dollars. All these moneys were given to the unidentified charity of Jolie-Pitt. Madame Tussauds, located in New York, made a wax statue of 2 months old Shiloh. This statue was the first baby statue to be built and found in Madame Tussauds.
Jolie adopted Pax Thien, 15, from Vietnam on March 2007, 3. Pax Thien was born on November 29, 2003. Abandoned to a local hospital, Pax's real name was Pham Quang Sang. Jolie adopted Pax Thien from the Tam Binh orphanage in Ho Chi Minh City. Angelina Jolie stated that Pax Thien's first name was suggested by Pax's mother before her death.
Jolie gave birth to their twins in 2008 in the city of Nice in France. Jolie, who gave birth to a girl and a boy, named the girl Vivienne Marcheline, and the boy named Knox Léon. Children's first pictures People and Hello! sold to magazines for $ 14 million. This money is the largest amount paid for a celebrity picture so far. Jolie and Pitt gave this money to the Jolie / Pitt Charity.
Events of Fertillife
Jolie was first seen in the film Lookin 'to Get Out, when she was seven, starring and supporting her father. Later, he took part in the Academy Award in 1986 and 1988 with his father, Jon Voight. But when Jolie started her own career, she decided not to use the Voight surname. Because he wanted to start his own career without his father's support. Jolie, who was never shy in her speeches, did not bother being known as a “wild girl” among the public in her early years. After receiving the second Golden Globe award in 1999, she jumped into the pool of the Beverly Hilton Hotel, where she was given the party after the award, with her evening dress and shouted: "The funny thing for me is that not everyone should jump into the pool." He then told Playboy: "People in the hall are considered free and wild, but they are so docile and careful." In his speech at the Academy Awards Award Ceremony in 2000, Jolie said to his father, "You are a great actor, but not a great father," and then told his mother and brother James Haven about his love. After the ceremony, the picture he kissed on the lips with his brother on the lips kept the media busy for a long time and gossip appeared about them. But Jolie and Haven explained that there was nothing between them and that the relationship between them became very strong after their parents divorced. Jolie spoke about the rumors: "I never thought people could think it that way."
In his interviews, Jolie, who did not use the promoter or an agency, talked about his love and sex life, sadomasochistic tastes and bisexuality. One of the most interesting things about Jolie was her lips. Jolie, whose lips have always attracted the attention of the media, was called "the current gold standard of beauty in the West". Much has been written about his relationship with actor Billy Bob Thornton, his speeches and his being a Goodwill Ambassador at UNHCR, and his transformation into a person interested in global problems. Jolie, who has been taking pilot courses since 2004, also has a special license. It also has its own dedicated Cirrus SR22 aircraft.
The media claimed that Jolie was a Buddhist for a while. However, Jolie said that she is not a Buddhist, only that she tries to learn Buddhism. Because he said that his religion was dominated by his son Maddox and that his son's culture was trying to learn. He has not made a statement as to whether he believed in God or not.
Since early 2005, his relationship with Brad Pitt has been one of the most written celebrity stories in the media. Their relationship with Pitt is called "Brangelina". Jolie and Pitt traveled to Namibia to get away from the media's attention at the birth of their first child. When they were in Namibia, the press described Shiloh as "the most anticipated baby since Jesus."
Two years later, Angelina Jolie's second pregnancy again became the number one topic in the media. Jolie spent 2 weeks while his journalists and photographers were waiting outside to give birth in Nice. As a result of Q Score's survey after Jolie won an Oscar in 2000, only 31% of the respondents found Angelina close to them. According to the same survey conducted in 2006, 81% of Americans felt Angelina close to them. Also in 2006, it was chosen by ACNielsen in 42 international fields, together with Pitt, the most favorite celebrity for products and brands. Jolie entered the Time 2006 list, which determined the world's 2008 most influential names in 100 and 100. Jolie; In many magazines including People, Maxim, FHM, Esquire, Vanity Fair, Stuff, she was selected as the most beautiful woman and sexiest woman in the world and has repeatedly entered the top five. Finally, she was named the strongest woman in the world by Forbes magazine. Jolie was third in 2008 and fourteenth in 2007 on the same list. Jolie, the strongest woman in the world, was named Hollywood's most winning actress by Forbes magazine in 2009.
Angelina Jolie announced that she got her breasts removed after the diagnosis on February 2, 2013. Angelina Jolie said in an article she wrote to the New York Times that the diagnosis was made on February 2 and she went to the operating table within two weeks.
“I have a high risk of getting breast or ovarian cancer because of the BRCA1 gene I carry,” said Angelina Jolie. The breast cancer risk after mastectomy surgery decreased from 87 percent to 5 percent. My surgery took 8 hours. Later, an implant was inserted into my breasts. ” In March 2015, he had his ovaries surgically removed because he had a high risk of ovarian cancer.
In addition to the relationships and movies of Angelina Jolie, her tattoos have always attracted attention. Currently, Jolie has 12 known tattoos on her body. He has a tattoo on his arm that says “strength of will” in Arabic letters. Also on his arm is the "V" and "MCMXL" tattoo representing the date of Winston Churchill's famous speech, and the "XIII" tattoo on the back.
He has a tattoo on the lower part of his abdomen, above his groin, in Latin letters "Quod me nutrit, me destruit" (What feeds me, it will destroy me). On his back, in the upper left corner, is a prayer for protection from bad luck, in the alphabet of where his son Maddox came from. On his left arm is a tattoo "A prayer for the wild at heart kept in cages" by Tennessee Williams. On his back, he has a "know your rights" tattoo on his neck line, meaning "know your rights", and on his left arm is a tattoo showing the geographical coordinates of the places where his children were born. She has a large tiger tattoo on the lower back of her back and above her hip. Apart from these, Jolie, who has many more tattoos, had many tattoos removed over the years. On top of the dragon and Billy Bob tattoo, he got a tattoo showing the geographical coordinates of the places where his children were born. “I will never get a man's name tattooed on my body,” Jolie said of the Billy Bob tattoo on her left arm. He had it covered with a prayer to protect against bad luck on the tattoo in its shape, which means death in Chinese.
The programmer James Lipton said, "Why the window?" On his question, he said: “I always felt inside, my soul seemed trapped, and I always had the desire to look outside. I always wanted to be outside. In the sets, during breaks, I looked through the window and went away. I deleted this tattoo. Because where I want to be now, I'm out. ” On the left arm, a tattoo whose meaning was known only to Billy Bob and Angelina was closed with a tattoo, which means "will force" written in Arabic letters. Jolie, who tattooed the letter M on his forearm, then deleted this tattoo as well. Over the years, he also wiped out his tattoo, which means Japanese courage on his right arm.
Awards won and nominated
|1998||Emmy Award||Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-TV Series or TV Movie||George Wallace||Nominated|
|Golden Globe Award||Best Supporting Actress in a Mini-TV Series or TV Movie||Won|
|National Board of Review Award||Rising Performance - Women||Playing by Heart||Won|
|Emmy Award||Best Actress in a Mini-TV Series or TV Movie||Gia||Won|
|1999||Golden Globe Award||Best Actress in a Mini-TV Series or TV Movie||Won|
|SAG Award||Best Actress in a Mini-TV Series or TV Movie||Won|
|2000||Golden Globe Award||Best Supporting Actress in Cinema||Girl, Interrupted||Won|
|SAG Award||Best Supporting Actress in Cinema||Won|
|Academy Award||Best Supporting Actress||Won|
|2004||People's Choice Award||Favorite Action Actress||Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow||Won|
|2008||Golden Globe Award||Best Actress in Drama||A Mighty Heart||Nominated|
|SAG Award||Best Actress in Cinema||Nominated|
|2009||Golden Globe Award||Best Actress in Drama||Changeling||Nominated|
|SAG Award||Best Actress in Cinema||Nominated|
|BAFTA Award||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Academy Award||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2011||Golden Globe Award||Best Actress in Musical or Comedy||Tourist||Nominated|
|2012||Golden Globe Award||Best Foreign Film (as a producer)||Blood and Love||Nominated|