Actress Angelina Jolie has one of the most well known Hollywood pedigrees on the planet. After all, her father is Jon Voight, and her famous partner is none other than Brad Pitt. Even so, many of her most loyal fans do not realize that Angelina Jolie is also a member of the proud Creole culture.

The Creole culture has long produced famous actors, actresses and singing stars, from heartthrob Johnny Depp to music sensation Beyonce Knowles. Like those other famous names, the heritage of Angelina Jolie includes a number of Creole ancestors. That Creole heritage can certainly be seen in her stunning good looks and her smoldering sexuality.

Angelina Jolie was born on June 4, 1975, the daughter of famous actress Jon Voight. Her famous father also gave daughter Angelina her screen debut, including her in the 1982 film Lookin’ to Get Out. Many of those who saw that film claim that Angelina Jolie was a natural right from the start, carrying on the proud acting heritage of her famous father as well as her proud Creole heritage.

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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt attend the ‘The Tree Of Life’ premiere. Photo: PAN Photo Agency

This famous actress was far from an overnight sensation, but she continued to act in little known movies throughout the 1990s and the early part of the 21st century. Many current fans got their first look at the talent and the beauty of Angelina Jolie in 2001, when she portrayed Lara Croft of Tomb Raider fame, one of the most famous video game characters of all time.

Angelina Jolie cemented her reputation as a solid action star in Mr. and Mrs. Smith, a surprisingly popular film from 2005, and in Wanted from 2008. Ms. Jolie went on to earn an Academy Award nomination that same year, this time for the film Changeling.

Angelina Jolie was famously married to Billy Bob Thornton, a marriage that was known as much for its volatility as anything else. After that marriage ended, and Angelina Jolie is now famously connected to fellow actor Brad Pitt.

This famous actress is well known on the screen, but she is also taking a turn behind the camera. Her directorial debut is the drama, In the Land of Blood and Honey, a film which also showcases her concern for human rights around the world.

Her acting ability may be indisputable, but her humanitarianism is just as famous. Angelina Jolie and partner Brad Pitt have adopted a number of children from impoverished parts of the word, and the famous couple has already declared their intention to add to their already growing family.

Angelina Jolie has also used her fame to speak out for causes she cares about, providing a voice to those who would otherwise be silent. This focus on the welfare of others is a staple of the Creole cultural, and Angelina Jolie is proud to carry on that long tradition.

As a daughter of Hollywood royalty, Angelina Jolie grew up in Los Angeles, California, far from the traditional centers of Creole culture. Even so, Ms. Jolie is proud of her Creole heritage. That proud cultural tradition can be seen in everything from the clothes she wears to the causes she supports.

Many of those who share the Creole heritage of Angelina Jolie are proud to count this famous actress and well respected humanitarian and human rights activist as a comrade. The Creole culture is rich in history and caring, and Angelina Jolie is proud to carry on that proud tradition on the silver screen and in her travels around the world.

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Angelina Jolie arriving for the World War Z World Premiere, at Empire Leicester Square, London. Photo: Featureflash