Angelina Jolie Net Worth 2022
According To Uswhispers Angelina Jolie Net Worth $120 Million Jolie is an American actress, filmmaker, humanitarian, and more. She was once paid $20 million for a single role, making her one of the highest-paid actresses in the world.
It currently stands at $120 million for Angelina Jolie. In recent years, Angelina Jolie has earned between $20 and $30 million in movie and endorsement fees.
Angelina Jolie claimed to be broke during their bitter divorce battle in August 2018 and demanded additional financial support from Brad Pitt. A $25 million Cecil B. Demille mansion was purchased with a $8 million down payment by Pitt and Jolie, according to court records. If the rumours are to be believed, Angelina Jolie likely has a sizable fortune stashed away in a variety of trusts and investments.
Pitt and Jolie agreed that they didn't need a prenup because both had net worths "exceeding $100 million" when they wed in 2014. How much money does Jolie have? Perhaps she didn't want to give up her assets to buy a new home when she knew that Pitt was almost certainly going to pay for the down payment and closing costs on the house she wanted. In addition, Angelina earned $28 million in salary and endorsements between August 2017 and August 2018, making her the world's second-highest-paid actress.
Angelina Jolie Early Life
On June 4, 1975, in Los Angeles, California, Angelina Jolie Voight was born. Her parents are actors John Voight and Marcheline Bertrand, and she is their only child. As a child, Jolie and her brother James Haven were raised by their mother, who gave up her acting career in order to be a mother.
Young Angelina was inspired to pursue a career in acting by her father's success in the business. In her father's film, Lookin' to Get Out, she had a small role when she was just five years old (1982). To New York City's Palisades when she was six years old, her mother and her live-in boyfriend relocated.
Angelina Jolie Career
In 1993, Jolie starred in the straight-to-video sci-fi thriller Cyborg 2, and in 1995, she starred in the cult hit Hackers. With the 1997 biopic George Wallace and HBO's Gia, she won her first Golden Globe Award and followed that up with another for her portrayal of supermodel, Gia Carangi, on the HBO series.
'In the Land of Blood and Honey,' directed, co-written and produced by Jolie, came out in 2011. Femaleficent (2014), a live action remake of Disney's 1959 animated film Sleeping Beauty, marked Jolie's return to the big screen after a three and a half-year absence. As well as writing and directing Unbroken, she had a busy year.
In 2015, Jolie directed the family drama By the Sea, in which she co-starred with her then-husband Brad Pitt for the first time since 2005's Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Jolie and Pitt had not worked together before. As well as directing and producing First They Killed My Father, Jolie also starred in and executive produced The Breadwinner, which she co-wrote, produced and directed in 2017.