Angelina Jolie Net Worth And Biography (100s of secret facts and unknown information and good news and bad news)

Angelina Jolie DCMG is an American actress and filmmaker. The recipient of numerous accolades, including an Academy Award and three Golden Globe Awards, she has been named Hollywood's highest-paid actress multiple times. 

Angelina Jolie Net Worth And Biography

What is Angelina Jolie net worth and biography ? Angelina Jolie DCMG is an American actress and filmmaker. The recipient of numerous accolades, including an Academy Award and three Golden Globe Awards, she has been named Hollywood’s highest-paid actress multiple times.

Net Worth:$120 Million
Age:45
Born:June 4, 1975
Country of Origin:United States of America
Source of Wealth:Professional Actress
Last Updated:2021

Introduction

As of 2022, Angelina Jolie’s net worth is roughly $120 million.

Angelina Jolie is an actress, producer, humanitarian and director from California. She has become one of Hollywood’s top marquee names, having starred in movies like ‘Wanted’, ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith’, ‘Salt’ and ‘Changeling’.

Angelina Jolie starred in the HBO biopic Gia before earning an Academy Award for best-supporting actress for Girl, Interrupted. Jolie has also directed the films ‘Unbroken’ and ‘By the Sea’.

Angelina Jolie Childhood & Early Life

Angelina Jolie was born to actors Jon Voight and Marcheline Bertrand in Los Angeles, California. She attended Beverly Hills High School and lived on her mother’s modest income as her relationship with her father was extremely troubled.

She enrolled at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute for acting courses. After training there for two years, she began appearing in several stage productions.

Angelina Jolie Career

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Angelina Jolie first appeared in the 1982 movie, ‘Lookin’ to Get Out’, co-written by her father. At the time of the movie’s release, she was only seven years old.

In 1993, she starred in the film, ‘Cyborg 2’ as Casella ‘Cash’ Reese and played the role of a near-human robot. The film did not do well and this demotivated her to a great deal.

In 1995, she appeared in the film ‘Hackers’ that won her a lot of appreciation, especially from The New York Times. In the next two years, she played the part of a stripper in ‘Anybody Seen My Baby’, a music video by the Rolling Stones.

In 1998, she starred in the HBO blockbuster biographical series, ‘Gia’, which was based on the life of supermodel Gia Carangi. A string of successes followed and she gained international acclaim with the 2001 film, ‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’, which established her in Hollywood.

She played an FBI profiler in the 2004 film, ‘Taking Lives’, an assassin in ‘Mr and Mrs Smith’ and a disturbed wife in ‘The Good Shepherd’. Jolie made her directorial debut in 2007, with the documentary, ‘A Place in Time’.

She also played the role of Mariane Pearl, in ‘A Mighty heart’, a docu-drama, based on the true story of Daniel Pearl’s assassination.

In 2008, she starred in the action movie ‘Wanted’, which earned her great critical acclaim. The following year, she played the lead role in the movie ‘Salt’, which released in 2010. She also starred in ‘The Tourist’ with Johnny Depp in 2011.

She wrote and directed the 2011 film, ‘In the Land of Blood and Honey’, a love story set during the Bosnian War.

Angelina Jolie Top Movie

Changeling (7.7/10)

Changeling

While it took nearly a decade, Jolie earned her second Oscar nomination ⁠— and first as Best Lead Actress ⁠— for Clint Eastwood’s Changeling.

The critical darling, set in 1920s Los Angeles, follows bereaved mother Christine Collins (Jolie) desperate to find her missing child. When the L.A.P.D. claims they found her child, Christine knows in her heart the boy is an imposter.  Yet, when she confronts the department for wrongdoing, Christine is the one who is painted as a paranoid hysteric. With a great performance in a maddening mystery, Changeling is by far Jolie’s best movie according to IMDb .

Girl, Interrupted (7.3/10)

Girl-Interrupted

Jolie won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress following her performance as Lisa in Girl, Interrupted. As such, IMDb users have voted the movie as the second-best among her entire filmography, proving that quality can also equal popularity.

Based on Susanna Kaysen’s memoir, the movie revolves around Susanna’s (Winona Ryder) 18-month treatment in a mental institution during the late 1960s. While Jolie plays the supporting part, her tour de force turn in the film transformed her into one of the most sought-after A-list talents in Hollywood. 20 years later, she remains just that.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (81%)

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All three Kung Fu Panda movies are included on this list, because they’re all great movies. Angelina Jolie played Tigress, one of the badass warriors in the Furious Five, in all three of them.

The second one, released in 2011, revolved around Po’s realization that he was adopted, and his quest to come to terms with being left behind by his biological parents, while also continuing his newfound career as the Dragon Warrior. Kung Fu Panda 2 is arguably the weakest entry in the franchise (it has the least eventful plot and it’s not particularly memorable), but only by a slim margin.

Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow (71%)

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Along with films like Sin CitySky Captain and the World of Tomorrow was one of the first ever movies to utilize visual effects absolutely everywhere. Its title sounds like it was meant to be the start of a long-running franchise, yet you’ve probably never heard of it – put two and two together and you’ve got the story of this dystopian spectacle’s unfortunate failure.

Its visual style can be described as “dieselpunk,” and there would be no other way to achieve this unique look than to use CGI in every scene, so the film-makers are forgiven for that over-reliance on visual effects.

Beowulf (71%)

Beowulf

Having veered in and out of the uncanny valley with his animated family comedies The Polar Express and Monster House, director Robert Zemeckis won over most critics with his third-time-lucky attempt at entirely animated movies featuring motion-capture performances, Beowulf.

Angelina Jolie played Grendel’s mother in the movie; one of the main protagonists along with Grendel himself. Unfortunately, since the 1,000-year-old source material is alien to mainstream audiences and the entirely CGI makeup of the movie skyrocketed the budget to $150 million, Beowulf was a disappointment at the box office, barely recouping its production budget without scratching the equally whopping marketing costs.

Salt (63%)

Salt

When the Bourne franchise revitalized the spy movie genre, naturally, a ton of imitators followed. Perhaps the best of those imitators was Salt, a female-led thriller starring Angelina Jolie as Evelyn Salt, a CIA agent.

Salt was originally written for a male lead with Tom Cruise attached, but the producers realized it could set itself apart with a female lead in a typically male-oriented genre. Although the plot was absurdly convoluted and far-fetched, Jolie proved to be compelling enough in the lead role that it was at least watchable. Director Philip Noyce’s deft handling of the action set pieces goes a long way, too.

Changeling (61%)

Changeling

This heartbreaking historical drama stars Angelina Jolie as a woman in the Great Depression whose son goes missing. When the police bring her a kid and tell her they’ve found her son, she realizes it’s not her son; it’s just another child.

When she tries to tell the police that they gave her the wrong kid and her son is still out there, no-one believes her. They just think she’s become delusional and call her an unfit mother. This is a truly tragic tale about a woman who’s already in a bad spot, and whose life just keeps getting worse and worse.

Gone In 60 Seconds (6.5/10)

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Angelina Jolie is well known for excellently portraying badass characters that don’t play by the rules. One such character was in Gone in 60 Seconds alongside Nicholas Cage. The action heist film wasn’t received too well, but that doesn’t detract from Jolie’s performance.

The movie centers around a group of car thieves including Jolie as Sara “Sway” Wayland. They must steal 50 cars within 72 hours to save the brother of the main thief. Jolie’s character sports a memorable head of white-blonde hair and gets her thrills from the wrong side of the law.

Angelina Jolie Family & Personal Life

In 1995, she married actor Jonny Lee Miller, but the marriage did not last long and they divorced in 1999.

She got married to Billy Bob Thornton in 2000. This marriage too did not prove successful and they separated in 2003.

She married actor Brad Pitt in 2014. She has three biological children – Shiloh, Knox Leon, and Vivienne Marcheline, with Brad Pitt. She has also adopted 3 children – Maddox, Zahara and Pax.

They decided to part ways in September 2016. The news of Anjelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s separation came on September 20, 2016, and Jolie cited “irreconcilable differences” in the divorce papers, and listed the date of separation as September 15, 2016.

Favorite Quotes from Angelina Jolie Angelina Jolie

“People always slow down for a train wreck. It’s like junk food. If you don’t feel good about yourself, you want to read crap about other people, like gossip in high school. You don’t understand why it’s there, but somehow it makes a lot of people feel better.” – Angelina Jolie

“The truth is I love being alive. And I love feeling free. So if I can’t have those things then I feel like a caged animal and I’d rather not be in a cage. I’d rather be dead.” – Angelina Jolie

“Like every parent, when you start your family, your life completely changes. And you completely live for someone else. I find that the most extraordinary thing. Your life is handed over to someone else. From that moment on, they come first in every choice you make. It’s the most wonderful thing.” – Angelina Jolie

“Figure out who you are separate from your family, and the man or woman you’re in a relationship with. Find who you are in this world and what you need to feel good alone. I think that’s the most important thing in life. Find a sense of self because, with that, you can do anything else.” – Angelina Jolie

“You think, ‘What if I make a mistake today, I’ll regret it’. I don’t believe in regret, I feel everything leads us to where we are and we have to just jump forward, mean well, commit and just see what happens.” – Angelina Jolie

 

Inspirational Lessons from Angelina Jolie

Now that you know all about Angelina Jolie’s net worth, and how they achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the most inspirational lessons we can learn from them:

 Life Comes With Many Challenges

The ones that should not scare us are the ones we can take on and take control of.

 Life is Full of Obstacles and Troubles

Problems make your life more exciting and encouraging. But no problem can stop us, especially when we can get control over them and fix it.

 Past Never Defines Your Present

It is meant to be left behind because getting stuck in your past memories fades away from your originality and individuality. One has to let go of his/her past memories and get over them moving fast towards the present.

Angelina Jolie Awards And Achievements

Academy Awards, USA

Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award [Winner] (2014)


Oscar [Nominee] (2009)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role

Changeling (2008)


Oscar [Winner] (2000)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


Primetime Emmy Awards

Primetime Emmy [Nominee] (1998)

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie

For playing: “Gia Carangi”.

Gia (1998)


Primetime Emmy [Nominee] (1998)

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie

For playing: “Cornelia Wallace”.

George Wallace (1997)


BAFTA Awards

BAFTA Film Award [Nominee] (2018)

Best Film Not in the English Language

First They Killed My Father (2017)


BAFTA Children’s Award [Nominee] (2014)

BAFTA Kids Vote – Feature Film

Maleficent (2014)


BAFTA Children’s Award [Nominee] (2014)

Best Feature Film

Maleficent (2014)


BAFTA Film Award [Nominee] (2009)

Best Leading Actress

Changeling (2008)


Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Saturn Award [Nominee] (2015)

Best Actress

Maleficent (2014)


Saturn Award [Nominee] (2011)

Best Actress

Salt (2010)


Saturn Award [Winner] (2009)

Best Actress

Changeling (2008)


Saturn Award [Nominee] (2005)

Best Supporting Actress

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)


Saturn Award [Nominee] (2002)

Best Actress

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)


African-American Film Critics Association (AAFCA)

AAFCA Award [Winner] (2008)

Best Actress

Changeling (2008)


Alliance of Women Film Journalists

EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2018)

Best Woman Director

First They Killed My Father (2017)


EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2018)

Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in the Film Industry

First They Killed My Father (2017)


EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2015)

Female Icon of the Year

Unbroken (2014)


EDA Female Focus Award [Winner] (2013)

Female Icon of the Year

For continued commitments to humanitarian causes,… More


EDA Female Focus Award [Winner] (2012)

Humanitarian Activism Award

For UN work and making In the Land of Blood and … More


In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011)


EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2012)

Best Animated Female

“Tigress”

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)


EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2011)

Best Female Action Star

Salt (2010)


EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2011)

Female Icon of Humanitarian Activism

EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2009)

Humanitarian Activism Award

EDA Female Focus Award [Nominee] (2008)

Humanitarian Activism Award

EDA Female Focus Award [Winner] (2007)

Humanitarian Activism Award

American Society of Cinematographers, USA

Board of the Governors Award [Winner] (2018)


Awards Circuit Community Awards

ACCA [Winner] (1999)

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


Behind the Voice Actors Awards

BTVA People’s Choice Voice Acting Award [Winner] (2012)

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Feature Film

As the voice of “Tigress”.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)


BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting Award [Winner] (2012)

Best Vocal Ensemble in a Feature Film

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)


BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting Award [Nominee] (2012)

Best Female Vocal Performance in a Feature Film

As the voice of “Tigress”.

Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)


Berlin International Film Festival

Silver Berlin Bear [Winner] (2007)

Outstanding Artistic Contribution

The Good Shepherd (2006)


Blockbuster Entertainment Awards

Blockbuster Entertainment Award [Winner] (2001)

Favorite Actress – Action

Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)


Blockbuster Entertainment Award [Winner] (2000)

Favorite Supporting Actress – Drama

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


Blockbuster Entertainment Award [Nominee] (2000)

Favorite Actress – Suspense

The Bone Collector (1999)


Bravo Otto

Bravo Otto Germany [Nominee] (2006)

Best Actress (Schauspielerin)

Bravo Otto Germany [Nominee] (2005)

Best Actress (Schauspielerin)

Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards

Critics Choice Award [Nominee] (2015)

Best Director

Unbroken (2014)


Critics Choice Award [Nominee] (2009)

Best Actress

Changeling (2008)


Critics Choice Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress

A Mighty Heart (2007)


Critics Choice Award [Winner] (2000)

Best Supporting Actress

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


CableACE Awards

CableACE [Nominee] (1997)

Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries

George Wallace (1997)


Chicago Film Critics Association Awards

CFCA Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress

Changeling (2008)


CFCA Award [Nominee] (2007)

Best Actress

A Mighty Heart (2007)


CFCA Award [Nominee] (2000)

Best Supporting Actress

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


Cinema for Peace Awards

Cinema for Peace Award [Nominee] (2018)

Most Valuable Film of the Year

First They Killed My Father (2017)


Cinema for Peace Award [Winner] (2015)

Most Valuable Film of the Year

Unbroken (2014)


Cinema for Peace Award [Winner] (2012)

Most Valuable Film of the Year

In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011)


CinEuphoria Awards

CinEuphoria [Winner] (2018)

Top Ten of the Year – International Competition

First They Killed My Father (2017)


CinEuphoria [Winner] (2016)

Freedom of Expression – Honorary Award

Unbroken (2014)


CinEuphoria [Winner] (2015)

Freedom of Expression – Honorary Award

For her continuous work as a Goodwill Ambassador … More


CinEuphoria [Winner] (2010)

Best Actress – International Competition

Changeling (2008)


Wanted (2008)


Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards

DFWFCA Award [Nominee] (2007)

Best Actress

A Mighty Heart (2007)


Dublin Film Critics Circle Awards

DFCC [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress

4th place

Changeling (2008)


Elle Women in Hollywood Awards

Icon Award [Winner] (2004)


Empire Awards, UK

Empire Award [Nominee] (2009)

Best Actress

Changeling (2008)


Empire Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress

A Mighty Heart (2007)


Empire Award [Nominee] (2001)

Best Actress

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


Film Independent Spirit Awards

Independent Spirit Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Female Lead

A Mighty Heart (2007)


Gold Derby Awards

Gold Derby Award [Nominee] (2018)

Foreign Language Film

Cambodia

First They Killed My Father (2017)


Gold Derby Award [Nominee] (2012)

Foreign Language Film

USA

In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011)


Golden Globes, USA

Golden Globe [Nominee] (2011)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical

The Tourist (2010)


Golden Globe [Nominee] (2009)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

Changeling (2008)


Golden Globe [Nominee] (2008)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama

A Mighty Heart (2007)


Golden Globe [Winner] (2000)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Girl, Interrupted (1999)


Golden Globe [Winner] (1999)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television

Gia (1998)


Golden Globe [Winner] (1998)

Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television

George Wallace (1997)


Golden Schmoes Awards

Golden Schmoes [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress of the Year

Changeling (2008)


Golden Schmoes [Nominee] (2008)

Best T&A of the Year

Wanted (2008)


Golden Schmoes [Nominee] (2005)

Best T&A of the Year

Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)


Golden Schmoes [Nominee] (2004)

Best T&A of the Year

Taking Lives (2004)


Golden Schmoes [Nominee] (2001)

Best T&A of the Year

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)


Heartland Film

Truly Moving Picture Award [Winner] (2014)


Unbroken (2014)


Hollywood Film Awards

Hollywood Film Award [Winner] (2017)

Foreign Language Film of the Year

First They Killed My Father (2017)


Actress of the Year [Winner] (2000)


Houston Film Critics Society Awards

HFCS Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress

Changeling (2008)


HFCS Award [Nominee] (2008)

Best Actress

A Mighty Heart (2007)

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