Angelina Jolie

             Imagine life through the eye’s of Angelina Jolie. Abandoned at the age of one
             by her father, her mother was forced to give up her dream of acting to become a full
             time mom for Angelina and her brother, James Haven. Although Angelina and her
             father, Jon Voight, still kept in touch, their relationship was very distant and
             unloving. She claimed not to be able to respect a man who could leave his perfect
             family life for a career in acting. Being that both her mother, Marcheline Bertrand,
             and her father were in love with film making, and the theatre, she was forced into
             this business. Angelina began her career as an actress at the age of five, although
             her first official screen appearance wasn’t until she was seven years old. Can you
             even imagine starting your future at the early age of five years? After this role she
             went on to perform in “Hackers” (where she met her ex-husband Johnny Lee
             Miller), “FoxFire”, and “Cyborge 2.” However she caught the public’s eye with
             “George Wallce” (in which she won a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress).
             Follwing this she was awarded another Golden Globe, this time for Best Actress in
             the made for television film “Gia.” Next she began working on the film “Pushing
             Tin.” Angelina told People magazine “I had so much fun working on this movie,
             everyone was high sprited and ready to produce a best seller.” (Jolie,
             peoplemagazine. com, Angelina Jolie) Next came the most popular movies in the
             career of Jolie, “ Playing by Heart”, “Bone Collector”, “Girl, Interrupted” (at which
             she was awarded best supporting actress), “Gone in 60 seconds,” and finally “The
             Yes, Jolie, has a very lengthy list of star roles but her first real dream for the future was to become a funeral director. She told US Weekly: “There's something about death that is comforting. The thought you could die tomorrow frees you to

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