Angelina Jolie:The Sexiest Woman in the World
Place of origin
Los Angeles, California, United States
” It’s your mind that defines you. Find who you are, what you think, and what you represent. And fight for others so that each person has the same freedoms. A life of service to others is worth living. “
Angelina Jolie, who was going to be named “The Sexiest Woman in the World”, was born on June 4, 1975 in Los Angeles. She is the daughter of actors Jon Voight and Marcheline Bertrand (French-Canadian). She is fluent in English, French and Russian.
In high school, she is unpopular and her classmates make fun of her thinness, her glasses and her brooches. At 16, she began a modeling career. A few years later, her acting career started in low-budget independent films and television mini-series. His first Hollywood film, Hackers , proves a total failure.
However, her career takes a different turn when she plays in the film Girl interrupted . Not only does she steal the spotlight from Winona Ryder, but she catches the attention of the entire Hollywood industry. Through the role of sociopath Lisa Rowe, she won several awards including a Golden Globe Award and an Oscar. From that moment, her popularity is growing and Angelina continues to cumulate important roles such as Lara Croft in Tomb Raider .
During the filming of Mr. & Mrs. Smith , she meets Brad Pitt and they fall in love with each other. They formalize their relationship after his divorce from Jennifer Aniston and together they raise six children, three of whom they adopted. They are called Maddox , Zahara , Knox Leon , Shiloh , Pax Thienand Vivienne Marcheline .
She is a US-Cambodian goodwill ambassador. On May 14, 2013, she reveals in a New York Times gallery that she has had a double masectomy, a preventive removal of her breasts, after learning that she has a mutation in the BRCA1 gene, which increases her risk compared to the average to develop breast or ovarian cancer.
In September 2016, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt announce their divorce . Their break is much publicized by the press of the whole world.
In 2017, the superstar stands out for her work as a director with the movie First They Killed My Father , which tells the true story of the US-Cambodian activist Loung Ung, who survived the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge regime. Acclaimed by critics, the feature film gets a nomination at the prestigious Golden Globes ceremony.