ANGELINA JOLIE received an Oscar (Best Supporting Actress) for her
role in "Girl, Interrupted" in addition to her third Golden Globe
Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award. She earned her first Golden Globe Award
for TNT's "George Wallace," a second for HBO's "Gia" and
Emmy Award nominations for both.
Since winning the Oscar Jolie has starred with Nicolas Cage in the hit
"Gone In Sixty Seconds" and Antonio Banderas in the upcoming
"Original Sin." Prior to "Girl, Interrupted," Jolie
co-starred in "The Bone Collector" with Denzel Washington;
"Pushing Tin"; and "Playing by Heart," for which she was
awarded the National Board of Review's Breakthrough Performance Award. Jolie
also co-starred in "Playing God," and starred in "Foxbird,"
"Hackers" and Hallmark Hall of Fame's "True Women."
Jolie made her acting debut at age seven in "Lookin' to Get Out."
She attended New York University and and studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre
Institute, appearing in several stage productions.
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