The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute
New York University
Reprised the role of Tigress in "Kung Fu Panda 3"
Wrote, directed and starred in the drama "By the Sea"
Starred in the family adventure film "Maleficent"
Directed the biographical drama "Unbroken"
Nominated for the 2011 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy ("The Tourist")
Once again voiced the Master Tigress in "Kung Fu Panda 2"
Nominated for the 2011 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy
Made her feature writing and directorial debut with the war drama "In the Land of Blood and Honey"; Jolie also co-produced the film
Played the title role of a CIA officer accused of being a Russian spy in "Salt"
Teamed with Johnny Depp for the thriller "The Tourist"
Nominated for the 2008 Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role ("Changeling")
Nominated for the 2008 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role ("Changeling")
Co-starred as an assassin in the comic book adaptation of "Wanted"
Voiced Master Tigress in the animated feature "Kung Fu Panda"
Nominated for the 2008 Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama ("Changeling")
Potrayed Christine Collins, a woman fighting for her missing son, in Clint Eastwood's drama "Changeling"
Starred in "A Mighty Heart," as Marianne Pearl, the wife of Wall Street Journal reporter, Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and killed in 2002 while reporting in Pakistan; produced by her partner Brad Pitt; earned an Independent Spirit Award Nomination for
Made directorial debut with the documentary "A Place in Time"
Portrayed Grendel's mother in Robert Zemeckis' big-budget film version of the epic poem "Beowulf"
Played a CIA agent's (Matt Damon) long-suffering wife in Robert De Niro's "The Good Shepherd"
Starred opposite Brad Pitt, as a bored married couple that is surprised to learn that they are assassins hired to kill each other in "Mr. and Mrs. Smith"
Appeared in the MTV special "The Diary of Angelina Jolie & Dr. Jeffrey Sachs in Africa," which followed their trip to Sauri, a remote group of villages in western Kenya
Portrayed Captain Franky Cook in the Sci-fi thriller "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow" opposite Jude Law and Gwyneth Paltrow
Co-starred with Colin Farrell in Oliver Stone's "Alexander" playing Olympias, the mother of Alexander the Great
Starred as Special Agent Illeana Scott in the thriller "Taking Lives" opposite Ethan Hawke and Kiefer Sutherland
Voiced Lola in the animated feature "Shark Tale "
Starred opposite Clive Owen in "Beyond Borders"
Reprised her role as Lara Croft for "Lara Croft and the Cradle of Life: Tomb Raider 2"
Appointed Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Portrayed a TV reporter forced to question her choices in "Life or Something Like It"
Achieved international fame playing the videogame heroine Lara Croft in "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider"
Starred opposite Antonio Banderas in "Original Sin"
Acted opposite Nicolas Cage in "Gone in 60 Seconds"
Cast as a tough detective assisting a quadriplegic colleague (Denzel Washington) in tracking a serial killer in "The Bone Collector"
Portrayed the wife of an air traffic controller (Billy Bob Thornton) in Mike Newell's "Pushing Tin"
Won an Academy Award for her supporting role in "Girl, Interrupted" a drama based on the memoirs of a woman's two-year stay in a psychiatric hospital
Earned raves reviews for her performance as Gia Carangi, a drug addicted, bisexual model who died of complications from AIDS, in the HBO film "Gia"; received an Emmy nomination for Best Actress
Had supporting role as a club kid in the ensemble comedy-drama "Playing By Heart"
Portrayed the politician's first wife Cornelia Wallace in the TNT miniseries "George Wallace"; received an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress
Starred in the feature "Foxfire"
Cast in first lead role in a theatrical release, "Hackers"; co-starred with future husband, British actor Jonny Lee Miller
Co-starred in the direct-to-video sci-fi film "Cyborg II: Glass Shadows"
At age 11, began studying acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in NYC
Made her feature debut in Hal Ashby's "Lookin' to Get Out"; co-produced and co-written by her father; credited as Angelina Jolie Voight (released in 1982)
Moved to Palisades, New York with mother and brother
Made stage debut in "Room Service" playing a German dominatrix
Briefly worked as a professional model
Appeared in music videos by Meat Loaf, The Lemonheads, Rolling Stones and others
As part of the Met Theater group in Los Angeles, worked with such veteran actors as Holly Hunter, Ed Harris and Amy Madigan
Acted in five student films directed by her brother, James Haven Voight
Angelina legally changed her last name from Voight to Jolie on September 12, 2002.
Jolie was named one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People for 2004.
Jolie was named "World's Most Beautiful" by People magazine (2006) and with her family (Pitt, Maddox and Zahara) was named "World's Most Beautiful Family"
In 2009, Jolie and Brad Pitt donated $1 million to the U.N. refugee agency, which provided aid to hundreds of thousands uprooted by violence in Pakistan.
In December 2010, The Jolie-Pitt Foundation committed $2 million towards the N/a'an ku sê Mission in Namibia. The donation was made in their daughter Shiloh’s name.
Croatian journalist and author James J. Braddock filed a copyright infringement suit against Jolie for her 2011 film "In the Land of Blood and Honey." Braddock, who also went by the name Josip J. Knezevic, claimed that the plot for the film was lifted from a 2007 article he wrote.