Angelina Jolie Wiki, Husband, Age, Height, Biography, Movies & More
Angelina Jolie was born on 4 June 1975 (age 47 years; as in June 2022) in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Below read full Angelina Jolie Wiki and biography.
Who is Angelina Jolie?
Angelina Jolie is an American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian. She is famous for the title role in the “Lara Croft”blockbuster movies, and Wanted(2008), Salt(2010), and Maleficent(2014). Now she is mainly popular as an award-winning actress and UN Goodwill Ambassador.
Angelina Jolie Wiki/Biography
- Name – Angelina Jolie
- Nick Name – ANGIE, ANGE, AJ
- Birthday – 4 June 1975
- Age – 47 Years (as in 2022)
- Nationality – American
- Born In – Los Angeles, California, U.S
- Famous As – Actress
- Zodiac/Sun Sign – Gemini
- Profession – Activist, Actress, Filmmaker
Angelina Jolie husband/boyfriend/children
- Affairs/Boyfriend – Jonny Lee Miller, Jenny Shimizu, BillyBob Thornton, Colin Farrell, Brad Pitt
- Husband – Jonny Lee Miller (married-1996; divorced- 2000), Billy Bob Thornton (married- 2000; – 2003), Brad Pitt (married- 2014; – 2019)
- Marital Status – Divorced
- Children – Six (Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh and twins Knox and Vivienne)
Angelina Jolie Educational Skills
- School – Beverly Hills High School, Beverly Hills, California
- College – Not Known
- Qualifications – Graduation
Angelina Jolie Physical Stats & More
- Height – 5 feet 6.5 inch
- Weight – 54 kg
- Eyes – Gray
- Hair Color – Dark Blonde
- Body Measurements – 36-23-35 (Chest: 36 Inches, Waist: 23 Inches, Hip: 35 Inches)
- Bra size – 34C
- Dress size – 4 (US)
- Shoe size – 9 (US)
Angelina Jolie Upcoming Movie
Angelina Jolie Dating rumours
Angelina Jolie and The Weeknd once again continue to fuel dating rumours. After two were recently seen together Out in Los Angeles.
According to a report, the ‘Maleficent’ actor, and the ‘After Hours’ singer were snapped leaving Giorgio Baldi restaurant in matching all-black outfits and masks.
They were also spotted at the same swanky Italian eatery, in late June. A news outlet reported that Jolie and The Weeknd (born Abel Tesfaye) dined for over two hours and then got into the same SVU together.
A source close to The Weeknd previously told a website that their relationship might be business-focused. “They’re clearly not trying to hide the dinner date,” the source said, adding, “He’s definitely focused on getting to the movie business. He has the new HBO series he’s starring in.”
The former Super Bowl halftime show performer was last linked to model Bella Hadid. They began dating in 2015, broke up in 2016, and then reunited in 2017 only to split again in 2019. During their break, the ‘Blinding Lights’ crooner had a 10-month relationship with Selena Gomez.
Meanwhile, Jolie is locked in a bitter court battle over custody of her children with ex-husband Brad Pitt. The former couple shares six kids, Maddox, Pax, Zahara, Shiloh, and 13-year-old twins Vivienne and Knox. Maddox is not included in the court battle due to him being a 20-year-old.
Jolie had earlier opened up about her marriage to Pitt in an interview where the actor admitted she feared for the safety of her entire family while she was married to Pitt. She said, “Yes, for my family. My whole family.”
However, the ‘Eternals’ star claimed she wants the family to move forward, despite feeling “broken” by her experiences. “I want us to heal and be peaceful. We’ll always be a family,” Jolie said, as per the report.
7 Best Angelina Jolie Movies Ranked
“Gia” follows the classic biopic format, chronicling its hero’s meteoric rise to fame, followed by her drug addiction, which leads to the implosion of the protagonist’s career and her tragic end. In 1986, when she was just 26, Carangi was the first famous woman to die of AIDs-related complications. Jolie successfully embodies wild child Gia and particularly good in her scenes with Mitchell. The only thing that this movie is missing is Studio 54, which Carangi frequented — but even without the infamous club, you still get a good feel for the New York of the time.
“Gia” was an early leading role for Jolie, telling the true story of the rise and fall of late ’70s and early ’80s model Gia Carangi. This HBO film features fantastic performances from three other women in addition to Jolie — Faye Dunaway as Carangi’s agent and mentor Wilhelmina Cooper. Elizabeth Mitchell as Linda, as the love of Gia’s life and (especially) Mercedes Ruehl. as Gia’s mother who has segments in which she speaks directly to camera. Mila Kunis even appears as the child-aged Gia.
#6 Original Sin
Two outrageously beautiful people, a hot and sultry setting, erotic thrills and high melodrama — all ingredients for a great time at the movies, if you ask me. “Original Sin” is set in late 19th century Cuba and stars Antonio Banderas as Luis. a wealthy merchant who orders a mail-order bride from Delaware and gets much more than he bargained for.
Jolie is on thrilling form here as a duplicitous seductress named Julia. Poor Luis is done for as soon as he sees her — but who can blame him? Julia and Luis fall madly in love, although it turns out that this woman is not “Julia” at all and before long she’s gone on the run with her new husband’s money. “Original Sin” escalates into further silliness the longer it goes on; no matter what “Julia” or her old lover do to Luis, he cannot be turned from his obsession.
“Original Sin” is very much a love it or hate it kind of a film, but I can’t get enough of this kind of thing. It’s deliciously over the top and features Jolie as a femme fatale, a type of role we haven’t seen her play nearly enough.
#5 A Mighty Heart
“A Mighty Heart” is yet another biopic for Jolie, based on the true story of Mariane and Daniel Pearl, two American journalists stationed in Pakistan after 9/11. Directed by Michael Winterbottom, “A Mighty Heart” stars Dan Futterman as Daniel, who is kidnapped one evening while taking a meeting at a restaurant. Pregnant Mariane strives tirelessly to find him with help from her friend Asra (Archie Panjabi), the local police captain (Irrfan Khan), and a US special agent (Will Patton).
#4 Gone in 60 Seconds
Lindo and Olyphant play the cops on the case, as Cage reluctantly steps in to save his brother’s life by stealing 50 — yes, 50 – high-end cars in one night. With a dash of “Ocean’s 11” (and not just because Scott Caan is present), “Gone in 60 Seconds” taps into the unique appeal of watching an ensemble of unique individuals come together and use their unique skills to pull off a seemingly impossible feat on a tight timeline. Cage is typically great, and his chemistry with Jolie is one of the highlights of the movie.
#3 The Bone Collector (1999)
The ’90s were a heyday for detective and legal thrillers, full of John Grisham adaptations and Ashley Judd films like “Kiss the Girls,” “Eye of the Beholder” and “Double Jeopardy.” Also with “Se7en,” these films often borrowed from horror as well, particularly when serial killers were involved. “The Bone Collector” is no exception.
In this movie, Denzel Washington plays a detective named Lincoln Rhyme who is confined to his bed after an accident on the job. Jolie plays the most beautiful NYPD rookie of all time, who works with Rhyme to assess a serial killer’s horrific crime scenes. The sequences set in Rhyme’s apartment are the best parts of the movie, and Jolie has convincing chemistry with Washington. Michael Rooker is also great as the police captain who disapproves of Rhyme’s methods and attempts to shut the operation down. ’90s thrillers have a very specific flavor, but if you’re into them, this is a particularly good example.
#2 By the Sea
Jolie plays Vanessa, a former dancer, and Pitt plays Roland, a once-successful writer who is now blocked. Roland strikes up a friendship with a local café owner and spends his days drinking while Vanessa stays in the hotel room, clearly depressed. Eventually, Vanessa discovers a peephole looking over the room next door, which she uses to watch a happy honeymooning couple.
Of the four feature films that Jolie has directed, “By the Sea” is the most successful, largely because it is the most personal. Instead of examining various wars throughout the 20th century, “By the Sea” deconstructs the crumbling marriage of a couple vacationing in France in the ’60s. The layers involved are fascinating — by this point, Pitt and Jolie had been together for nine years, but didn’t take a honeymoon until 2014, during which this movie was filmed. It was released in 2015; just a year later, Jolie filed for divorce.
Angelina Jolie worried about women, girls in Afghanistan
Angelina Jolie has expressed concern about the situation of women and girls in Afghanistan. The actress, who is also a special envoy to the UN’s high commissioner for refugees, told a German newspaper Sunday she doesn’t think the incoming government in Afghanistan could simply turn back the clock so that everything would be like 20 years ago.
But she still has big worries about the situation for women there.
Jolie told the weekly Welt am Sonntag: “I’m thinking of all the women and girls who don’t know now if they can go back to work or school. And I’m thinking of the young Afghans who are worried that they will lose their freedom.”
Taliban fighters captured most of Afghanistan last month and celebrated the departure of the last U.S. forces after 20 years of war. The insurgent group must now govern a war-ravaged country that is heavily reliant on international aid