Angelina Jolie through the years: The star’s life in photos

Angelina Jolie and Jon Voight

Angelina Jolie has lived her whole life in front of the spotlight. She was born to father, Jon Voight, and mother, Marcheline Bertrand in 1975. Now, on her 46th birthday, see her evolution through the years in the limelight.

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Jolie clings tight to father, Jon Voight, in 1980.

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Angelina Jolie, James Haven and Jon Voight

Angelina Jolie, Jamie Haven and Jon Voight attend the Academy Awards in 1986.

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Angelina Jolie, Jon Voight, and Jamie Haven at the 60th Academy Awards.

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Jolie starts life in front of the camera while modeling a bikini in 1991.

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Jolie attends the premiere of “Wallace” in 1997.

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Jolie at the premiere of “Gia” in 1998.

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Jolie goes blonde for the SAG Awards in 1999.

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Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton

Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton get close at the “Gone in 60 Seconds” premiere. The two were married from 2000 to 2003.

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Jolie smolders in a beige dress at the “Taking Lives” premiere in 2004.

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Jolie out with baby Maddox in 2003.

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Jolie arrives to the Venice Film Festival in 2004.

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Jolie beams next to Brad Pitt at the premiere of “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” in 20o5. The two began their relationship while filming the movie while Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston.

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Jolie films “Life or Something Like It” with a platinum blond wig.

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Pitt and Jolie attend the premiere of “God Grew Tired Of Us” in 2007.

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Angelina Jolie steps out with Maddox and Shiloh

Jolie steps out with Maddox and Shiloh in 2007.

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Angelina Jolie steps onto the red carpet while pregnant in 2008.

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Pitt and Jolie attend the SAG Awards in 2009.

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Jolie out with her children in 2011.

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Jolie showing off some leg at the Academy Awards in 2012.

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Pitt and Jolie attend the “Maleficent” premiere in 2014. The two filed for divorce in 2016.

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Pax Jolie-Pitt and Angelina Jolie attend the Netflix Golden Globes in 2018.

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Angelina Jolie attends the "Maleficent" premiere with her kids, Vivienne, Zahara, Shiloh and Knox in 2019.

Angelina Jolie attends the “Maleficent” premiere with her kids, Vivienne, Zahara, Shiloh and Knox in 2019.

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Jolie beams with her daughter, Vivenne, in 2020. While Jolie hasn’t acted in a movie since 2019’s Maleficent, she has stayed in the spotlight as her custody battle with ex, Brad Pitt, rages on.

10 Curiosities You Probably Didn’t Learn in Biology Class

The world is a big, wonderful place full of facts we never thought possible. For instance, if a pregnant mouse has a sudden medical issue, the fetus will send stem cells to heal the mother, increasing its chances of survival as well. Fetal stem cells have been found in human mothers as well, dubbed by science as microchimerism.

Bright Side dug up some more marvelous facts about nature and its creations, upholding our yearly resolutions to spread knowledge and joy.

1. The heart slows when your face touches water.

As mammals, we can’t breathe underwater, so as part of the mammalian dive reflex, our heart rate goes down in the water — more so if we go underwater. Even splashing the face with water makes the heart slow down, making it a great way to calm down.

2. Fungus can break down plastic in weeks.

It is said that in the future, there may be more plastic in the ocean than fish. This is why the plastic-eating fungus is great news, and there are around 50 new species of such fungi discovered already. One of the fungi discovered can digest plastic within 2 months, so there’s hope for us yet.

3. Newborn babies can support their own weight.

Newborn babies are strong — strong enough to be able to grasp things in their tiny fists and even support their weight as shown by an experiment done in the nineteenth centuryLouis Robinson witnessed babies able to hang from a walking stick, from 10 seconds to 2 minutes and 35 seconds.

4. Koala fingerprints have been mistaken for human ones.

We’ve been told that our fingerprints are unique, and they are. But the fact remains that even though we share a common ancestor with the koala that was alive 100 million years ago, koala fingerprints look very similar to human fingerprints, as do chimpanzee fingerprints for that matter.

5. Snails can sleep for 3 years.

If you thought bears had it good with hibernation, meet the snail. Snails can sleep rather than hibernate for 3 years at a time without needing food. Of course, this is with some snail species, not all of them. Meanwhile, bears usually hibernate for just 4-8 months.

6. Sloths need 2 weeks to digest food.

Sloths don’t only move in slow motion — even their insides move slowly, ostensibly to preserve energy, which is why a sloth’s digestive system takes 2 weeks to process the food it ate. Plus, most of what it eats is indigestible, giving it very little energy from each slowly chewed mouthful.

On the other end of the spectrum lies the shrew, whose digestion takes mere minutes and is done so fast, not much of it is fully digested. This is the reason why shrews eat their own feces. They can die of starvation in a matter of hours if they don’t eat.

7. Your brain ignores seeing your nose.

We can see our nose all the time, it’s just that the brain tends to ignore it because it’s a constant visual stimulus. It’s the same with people who wear glasses. After a while, they simply stop noticing them.

8. Your forearm is the same length as your foot.

If you don’t have the time to try on a shoe, measure it from your elbow crease to your wrist. If it fits or is just a little smaller, it would fit your foot because the length of your forearm is the same as your foot. And this is just one of many human body ratios that are a marvel in themselves, including the fact that your femur bone is one-quarter your height.

9. You can “see” your white blood cells.

If you look up at a cloudless, bright blue sky and see some wiggly things at the periphery of your vision, you’ve just experienced the blue field entoptic phenomenon. The wiggly things are white blood cells moving in the fine blood vessels moving in front of the retina, at the back of the eye.

10. Human beings have striped skin, but only cats can see it.

Human beings have stripes and patterns on the skin too, and they are called Lines of Blaschko, name eponymously by the scientist who discovered them, Dr. Alfred Blaschko. These are closer to tiger stripes, forming more of a V-pattern fanning out from the center to the extremities. These lines are visible under UV light, a spectrum that cats can see too, which is why cats can see you as a striped being as well.

Which of these facts turned out to be a revelation for you? Share your extreme nature facts with us and blow us away.

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