Angelina Joile

by Sheiley from Miami

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Angelina was born from actors. She started acting when young but started to become famous in the 1990’s. She went to New York University while in her teens. Angelina was a good actress, and gave star-making performances every time she acted. She performed in a couple of movies called Gia, and Interrupted Girl.

She was a caring person. As she got older she got married to one of he co-stars. His name was Johnny Lee Miller. She got married in 1995. She got he first Academy Award for best supporting actress in 1999. That same year she broke up with Johnny Lee Miller. She played different roles, like for instance she was an assassin in the movie Mr. and Mrs. Smith.

Angelina was a Goodwill ambassador for the UN agency. She obtained aid for refugees in Cambodia. She also visited refugees from Darfur and Iraq. She received the Global Humanitarian Action award from UN, adopted a son named Maddox from Cambodia and adopted a daughter named Zahara from Ethiopia.

During 2000 she got married to Billy Bob Thornton. Then years later she got a divorce. The same year she made two movies, one named Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of life. The next year she made a very good movie called Mr. and Mrs. Smith. That movie is still very popular in 2010. Two years later in 2006 her first biological daughter was born in Namibia.

In 2007 Angelina adopted a little boy from Vietnam; his name was Pax Thien. Angelina Jolie gave birth to twins on July 12, 2008. The babies were born in France. She had taken pictures with the babies and the pictures where worth 14 million dollars. They were sold to People magazine and Hello! Magazine. Those pictures where the most expensive celebrity pictured ever taken. In 2010 she made a movie called Salt. She also made another movie called Wanted in 2008.

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