Angelina Jolie, born at June 4, 1975, is an American film and television actress, director, model and ambassador of goodwill of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees with one of the highest net worth. She celebrated at the end of the nineties of the 20th century acting acting hero Lara Croft. The beginning of the 2000s marked the connection and marriage with actor Brad Pitt. With Jennifer Lawrence and Sandra Bullock, she managed to maintain her status as the most paid and influential actress in the world.
She has won three Golden Globe Awards, two awards by the American Association of Film Actors and one Oscar for best supporting role – in the Unmodified. She is known for working with refugees through the United Nations, she is active in the fight against violence against women.
She was born in Los Angeles, California, as Angelina Jolie Wyatt. The daughter of the actors John Wyatt and Marcel Bertran.
Incredible fighter for human rights has incredible net worth also.
Angelina Jolie Net Worth as of 2018: $200 Million, and she started with $1 Million at 2001.
Angelina’s films often did not satisfy the broader audience, but Lara Croft: The Robbery Tomb (2001) made her a movie star. For the adaptation of the popular video game “Robbery Tomb”, Jolie was asked to perfect the British accent and to undergo a fierce training to play the role of Lara Kroft. Angelina was generally praised for her role, but the film was mostly given negative reviews. The magazine “Slent” commented: “Angelina Jolie was born to play Lara Croft, but director Simon Vest made her adventure from her adventures
For the first time, Jolie became aware of the world’s humanitarian crisis while filming the Tomb Rider movie in a poor Cambodia full landmine. Deeply affected by this experience, she finally contacted UNHCR for more information on troubled places in the world. In the coming months, she agreed to visit various refugee camps around the world to learn more about the situation and conditions in these areas. In February 2001, she went on a first field visit, on an 18-day mission to Sierra Leone and Tanzania; later she was shocked by what the witness was. In the coming months she returned to Cambodia for two weeks and then visited Afghan refugees in Pakistan where she donated a million dollars to refugees in response to the UNHCR emergency urgent appeal. She insisted on covering all the costs associated with her mission and shared the same basic working and living conditions as UNHCR field staff at all her visits. Impressed by her interest and dedication for this, UNHCR appointed her as the Ambassador of Goodwill on August 27, 2001 at the UNHCR headquarters in Geneva, despite warnings that her controversial public image might have a negative light on the UN. At a news conference, Jolie explained its motives for joining a refugee institution:
“We can not close ourselves for information and ignore the fact that millions of people are suffering there somewhere. I really want to help. I do not think I feel different from other people. I think we all want justice and equality, a chance to live with meaning. We all want, if we find ourselves in a bad situation, someone to help us”.