Angelina: An Unauthorised Biography
Actor, icon, mother, a fascinating biography of Angelina.
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||1 May 2011 by HarperCollins Publishers
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||By Morton, Andrew
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Actor, humanitarian, mother, icon: Angelina Jolie is a larger-than-life character, beautiful, compassionate and fascinating in her life and work choices. Unlike so many spoiled Hollywood divas, Angelina has chosen to become a mother to a patchwork family of six children and is a United Nations ambassador. The woman who never went to college now travels and works with world-renowned economists and thinkers, and sleeps rough in poverty-stricken areas if she has to. But beneath this virtuous Madonna image there is a much darker side. Angelina's body is tattooed and her arms scarred from the self-abusive cutting she was addicted to as a teenager, testament to her feelings as a freakish outsider. Her relationship with her brother, with Billy Bob Thornton, with model Jenny Shimizu and now with Brad Pitt, hints at a woman of extreme passions. Even in an age of 24/7 tabloid excess, Angelina Jolie remains a riddle. She has morphed from self-destructive thrill-seeker to Mother Teresa lite, saving the planet one orphan at a time. What caused this sea change in her heart? What lies at the centre of her estrangement with her father, Jon Voight? What was the real nature of Angelina's role in the collapse of the union between Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston? Morton will unravel these and many other stories in this highly anticipated biography.
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