Angelina Jolie was born in Los Angeles, California on June 4, 1975. The actress, who started her career at the age of 14, is best known as the United Nations Ambassador for World Peace Affairs.
The daughter of Jon Voight and Marchelina Bertrand began her modeling career in los Angeles, New York, and London. Angelina Jolie Voight was such an influential figure in the entertainment world in the United States that she was named the most beautiful woman in the world.
Table of Contents
Angelina Jolie's Career Journey
Angelina began trying out her acting talents after a two-year interval of becoming a famous model. With his father, Jon Voight, he debuted in the film "Looking to Get Out". Then in 1993 he debuted the big screen with the title film "Cyborg 2" and got a low-cost production. His excellent acting made him the lead role of a major film called "Hackers". After that he often received film offers including George Wallace (1997) and Gia (1998).
In her film Girl, Interrupted won the Academy Award For Best Supporting Actress in 1999. After that from 2000 to 2017 he has played 7 films with undoubted acting success. Even in 2008 she was nominated for Best Actress at the Academy Awards. Angelina expanded her wings in film as a film director, screenwriter, and film production. This made him one of Hollywood's richest artists.
Not only was she successful in her film career, she was also known as an actress who engaged in humanitarian action. For his actions he received honorary Order of St Michael and St George (DCMG) and Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. In addition, she also promoted various fields including conservation, education and women's rights, until becoming a Special Ambassador to the United Nations Tingga Commissioner.
Angelina Jolie's Dark Life Story
Like other public figures, Angelina has a life story that has had its ups and downs in her career. As a teenager he was known to be a bad boy by his surroundings because he claimed he didn't actually want a career as a child. Living in the middle of Los Angeles made her feel free sex with the love monkey at the time.
Although his life was strongly opposed by his parents but he won a Golden Globe award at a fairly young age. Until the end of his mischief he dropped the choice of heart to Billy Bob Thornton and held their marriage.
Angelina changed her lifestyle after her acting success in the 2001 film "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider". The actress, who has six children, became a strong figure after being named goodwill ambassador by the United Nations.
He has since become part of the United Nations for humanitarian affairs, but his scandalous issues with Brad Pitt have become media coverage. The so-called third woman between Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston's marriage became increasingly seductive after Brad Pitt officially divorced his wife.
Angelina Jolie's Various Humanitarian Actions
Although he often gets the issue of dropping his name, it does not make him undo his intentions in humanitarian action. In 2001 he made his first visit on an 18-day mission to Sierra Leone and Tanzania. The following month he visited Cambodia and met with Afghan refugees in Pakistan to donate USD 1 million.
After he was appointed UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador, he made visits in 30 countries to meet refugees. Angelina called for a "forgotten emergency" against refugees who were in war zones but away from the media. From various visits he made is told in the book titled "Notes from My Travels".
Angelina's humanitarian actions encouraged her to engage in activities such as conservation. After visiting Cambodia on a humanitarian mission, he sold 60,000 hectares of his land to become a Wildlife Sanctuary. Angelina also founded Shiloh Jolie-Pitt with her husband to support the work of the Nature Reserve in Kalahari.
Head of Social Institutions
Angelina co-chaired the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict which provides policies and funding for children's education programs in conflict areas. The partnership works with the Universal Education Center of the Council on Foreign Relations. She also funded a school and women's boarding facility in a refugee camp in Kakuma, northwestern Kenya.
At the birthplace of her eldest daughter, Ethiopia, she founded the Zahara Children's Centre which is a facility for people with HIV or tuberculosis. It is used to educate and treat children or adolescents with HIV.
Angelina's other social-humane action was to campaign against sexual violence in military conflict zones. In May 2012 he launched the Preventing Sexual Violence Initiative (PSVI) with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, William Hague. Through his work PSVI he met with foreign policy experts Chloe Dalton and Arminka Helic.
Angelina's collaboration came to fruition with the formation of Jolie Pitt Dalton Helic, a partnership for women's rights and international justice. In May 2016 he was appointed visiting Professor at the London School of Economics.
Appreciation for His Manuasiaan Actions
In August 2002 he was awarded the Church World Service Immigration and Refugee Program. Then in 2005 he was awarded the Global Humanitarian Award by UNA-USA in October. Angelina again received a Freedom Award from the International Rescue Committee.
In 2011 he earned a golden pin for his long-term service in honoring his time as a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador. The highlight of her award was the honorary gift of Queen Elizabeth ll at a private ceremony
Such is the life of Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie who dedicated herself to humanitarian action in conflict-affected areas.