Angelina Jolie is an actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian who has made a significant impact on both the entertainment industry and various humanitarian causes. Angelina Jolie has continued to use her platform to raise awareness and support for various causes and remains an influential figure in both the entertainment industry and humanitarian work.
Angelina Jolie Early Life
Angelina Jolie was born (on June 4, 1975) in California, United State of America. The parents of Angelina Jolie are Jon Voight and Marcheline Bertrand. Her parents divorced when she was a toddler, and Jolie was raised primarily by her mother. She had a brother, James Haven, who is also an actor and director.
Jolie showed an interest in acting from an early age and began taking acting classes at the age of 11. She later attended Beverly Hills High School, where she felt like an outcast among her privileged classmates. Despite this, she excelled academically and was a model student.
Jolie’s early experiences with acting were largely shaped by her parents’ careers. Her father, Jon Voight, was a successful actor, while her mother, Marcheline Bertrand, was a producer and actress who had appeared in several films and TV shows. Jolie’s mother instilled in her a love of humanitarian work, and Jolie would later become known for her humanitarian efforts around the world.