Angelina Jolie filmography

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Jolie at the 2010 San Diego Comic Con International promoting Salt

Angelina Jolie is an American actress and filmmaker. As a child, she made her screen debut in the 1982 comedy film Lookin' to Get Out, acting alongside her father Jon Voight.[1] Eleven years later she appeared in her next feature, the low-budget film Cyborg 2, a commercial failure.[2] She then starred as a teenage hacker in the 1995 science fiction thriller Hackers, which went on to be a cult film despite performing poorly at the box-office.[3][4] Jolie's career prospects improved with a supporting role in the made-for-television film George Wallace (1997), for which she received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Television Film.[5][6][7] She made her breakthrough the following year in HBO's television film Gia (1998). For her performance in the title role of fashion model Gia Carangi, she won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Film.[8]

Jolie's first role in 1999 was in Pushing Tin, a critical and commercial failure; however, her next film The Bone Collector emerged as a commercial success.[9][10] In the 1999 drama Girl, Interrupted, Jolie played a sociopathic mental patient, a role which won her a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[11][12] A role opposite Nicolas Cage in the heist film Gone in 60 Seconds (2000) proved to be her highest-grossing to that point.[13] Jolie achieved worldwide recognition as the eponymous archaeologist in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), an action film based on the Tomb Raider video game series.[14][15] Despite negative reviews, the film had the biggest opening weekend for a film featuring an action heroine.[16][17] This was followed by roles in two box-office failures—the 2001 erotic thriller Original Sin and the 2002 romantic comedy Life or Something Like It.[18] Jolie reprised the role of Lara Croft in the sequel Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life (2003).

In 2004, Jolie lent her voice to the animated feature Shark Tale, followed by the role of an assassin in the commercially successful action comedy Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005), opposite Brad Pitt.[19] She then portrayed Mariane Pearl in the drama A Mighty Heart (2007), and lent her voice to the computer-animated film Kung Fu Panda (2008).[20] The 2008 action thriller Wanted, which saw her in a supporting role, proved to be a commercial success.[21] Her next appearance was as Christine Collins in the drama Changeling (2008), which earned her an Academy Award for Best Actress nomination.[22] This was followed by lead roles in two of 2010's top-grossing thrillers—Salt and The Tourist.[23] In 2011, she directed the romantic drama In the Land of Blood and Honey, which depicted a love story set during the Bosnian War, and appeared in the animation sequel Kung Fu Panda 2.[24] Jolie's biggest commercial success, as of 2014, came with the dark fantasy film Maleficent (2014), which grossed over $758 million worldwide, and featured her in the eponymous role.[25][26] Later in the same year, she directed Unbroken (2014), a war drama based on a 2010 book of the same name.[27]

Films

Key
dagger Indicates a film that has not yet been released
double-dagger Indicates a documentary
Title[a] Year Role(s) Director(s) Notes Ref.
Lookin' to Get Out 1982 Tosh Hal Ashby Credited as Angelina Jolie Voight [28]
Cyborg 2 1993 Casella "Cash" Reese Michael Schroeder [29]
Hackers 1995 Kate "Acid Burn" Libby Iain Softley [30]
Without Evidence 1996 Jodie Swearingen Gill Dennis [31]
Love Is All There Is 1996 Gina Malacici Joseph Bologna
Renée Taylor
[32]
Mojave Moon 1996 Ellie Kevin Dowling [33]
Foxfire 1996 Legs Sadovsky Annette Haywood-Carter [34]
Playing God 1997 Claire Andy Wilson [35]
Hell's Kitchen 1998 Gloria McNeary John Frankenheimer [36]
Playing by Heart 1998 Joan Willard Carroll [37]
Pushing Tin 1999 Mary Bell Mike Newell [38]
The Bone Collector 1999 Amelia Donaghy Phillip Noyce [39]
Girl, Interrupted 1999 Lisa James Mangold [40]
Gone in 60 Seconds 2000 Sara "Sway" Wayland Dominic Sena [41]
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider 2001 Lara Croft Simon West [42]
Original Sin 2001 Julia Russell Michael Cristofer [43]
Life, or Something Like It 2002 Lanie Kerrigan Stephen Herek [44]
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – The Cradle of Life 2003 Lara Croft Jan de Bont [45]
Beyond Borders 2003 Sarah Jordan Martin Campbell [46]
Taking Lives 2004 Illeana Scott D. J. Caruso [47]
Shark Tale 2004 Lola (voice) Bibo Bergeron
Rob Letterman
Vicky Jenson
[48]
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow 2004 Franky Cook Kerry Conran [49]
The Fever 2004 Revolutionary Carlo Gabriel Nero Cameo [50]
Alexander 2004 Olympias Oliver Stone [51]
Trudell 2005 Heather Rae Executive producer [52]
Confessions of an Action Star 2005 Brad Martin Cameo [53]
Mr. & Mrs. Smith 2005 Jane Smith Doug Liman [54]
The Good Shepherd 2006 Margaret "Clover" Russell Wilson Robert De Niro [55]
A Place in Time Documentary release 2007 Herself Also producer [56]
Mighty Heart, AA Mighty Heart 2007 Mariane Pearl Michael Winterbottom [57]
Beowulf 2007 Grendel's mother Robert Zemeckis [58]
Kung Fu Panda 2008 Master Tigress (voice) Mark Osborne
John Stevenson
[59]
Wanted 2008 Fox Timur Bekmambetov [60]
Changeling 2008 Christine Collins Clint Eastwood [61]
Salt 2010 Evelyn Salt Phillip Noyce [62]
The Tourist 2010 Elise Clifton-Ward Florian Henckel von
Donnersmarck
[63]
Kung Fu Panda 2 2011 Master Tigress (voice) Jennifer Yuh Nelson [64]
Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters 2011 Master Tigress (voice) Tony Leondis [65]
In the Land of Blood and Honey 2011 Herself Also writer and producer [66]
Difret 2014 Zeresenay Berhane Mehari Executive producer [67]
Maleficent 2014 Maleficent Robert Stromberg Executive producer [68]
Unbroken 2014 Herself Also director and producer [69]
By the Sea 2015 Vanessa Herself Credited as Angelina Jolie Pitt [70]
Kung Fu Panda 3 2016 Master Tigress (voice) Alessandro Carloni
Jennifer Yuh Nelson
[71]
First They Killed My FatherFilm has yet to be released 2016 Herself Also writer and producer [72]
The BreadwinnerFilm has yet to be released 2017 Nora Twomey Executive producer [73]

Television

Title Year Role Channel Notes Ref.
True Women 1997 Georgia Lawshe Woods CBS Television film [74]
George Wallace 1997 Cornelia Wallace TNT Television film [75]
Gia 1998 Gia HBO Television film [76]
Kung Fu Panda Holiday 2010 Master Tigress (voice) NBC Television special [77]

Music video appearances

Title Year Performer Album Ref.
"Stand by My Woman" 1991 Lenny Kravitz Mama Said [78]
"It's About Time" 1993 The Lemonheads Come on Feel the Lemonheads [78]
"Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through" 1993 Meat Loaf Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell [78]
"Anybody Seen My Baby?" 1997 The Rolling Stones Bridges to Babylon [78]
"Did My Time" 2003 Korn Take a Look in the Mirror [79]

See also

Notes

Footnotes

  1. ^ The films are listed in order of release date.

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