Beautiful humanitarian with a noble heart and a generous smile - Angelina Jolie
Why did I decide to write about her? Firstly, because she is a beautiful woman, a great actress and the most important thing that I like about her – she has a very big heart and a pure soul. She inspired me to organize humanitarian days in my neighborhood. These days I helped a poor family who can't afford the basic stuff for a normal life. Me and my friends brought them food, blankets, and a children's wardrobe. For them, these were the happiest days of the year...
Angelina Jolie Voight was born in Los Angeles, California. Her dad Jon Voight was an established Hollywood performer, who had earned overall acclaim for his appearances in 'Midnight Cowboy', 'Deliverance' and 'Getting back home' - the last one winning him an Oscar. Angelina's mom was the part-Iroquois, part-French performing artist and model Marcheline Bertrand, who, by chance, acted as Angelina's chief influence.
Cash was tight while Angelina was growing up, yet Marcheline tried taking her kids to the motion pictures as frequently as could be expected under the circumstances. Angelina claims that these family motion picture excursions were what initially roused her to dream of turning into an on-screen character. As she discovered satisfaction in her private life, Jolie also struck gold in her vocation. She played the part of a mental refuge prisoner in 'Young lady, Interrupted', co-featuring with Winona Ryder, and won an Oscar for her stellar performance. The Oscar service was marred by gossipy tidbits that she'd had a forbidden association with her own sibling, which Jolie denied.
Next came Jolie's first blockbuster part - 'Tomb Raider'. This was likely her most difficult part to date, since she hadn't just needed to figure out how to talk with an English, privileged accent, but additionally needed to ace an extensive variety of physically demanding disciplines. Having achieved a peak in her profession, Jolie at that point chose to focus on her philanthropic work and started to become associated with the fight to help people in developing world. In 2001, she adopted a Cambodian kid called Maddox, and was named a Goodwill Ambassador to the United Nations HCR for the United States. She played her part truly to be sure, and invested significant time from her acting profession to visit Sierra Leone, Pakistan, Tanzania and the Western Sahara.
She started crusading for peace in troubled Sri Lanka, was associated with helping evacuees from Chechnya and Thailand, and gave $5 million to create a natural untamed wildlife haven in Cambodia. When she turned her consideration back to her profession, she was offered the opportunity to make 'Tomb Raider 2', for which she was paid an amazing $12 million. She kept on giving a lot of time for the United Nations, and also buckling down at her vocation.
An Oscar-winning on-screen character, philanthropic envoy, femme fatale, creator, pilot and now a mother, Jolie has proved herself splendidly adroit at juggling her numerous parts - and hopefully will keep on doing, for a long time to come.
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