Best Supporting Actress in "Girl Interrupted"
Angelina Jolie was born in Los Angeles, California. Her father Jon Voight is a famous actor known for his roles in 'Midnight Cowboy', 'Deliverance' and 'Coming Home.' Jolie's mother is the part-Iroquois, part-French actress and model Marcheline Bertrand. At age 11, she began studying at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. In the mid-90's Jolie appeared in various small films, including Hackers (1995). She's won two Golden Globe awards, one for her performance in the TV movie "George Wallace" and one for "Gia" an HBO production. Jolie's major break came in 1999 when she starred with Denzel Washington in "The Bone Collector" and later that same year "Girl Interrupted" with Wynona Ryder. She won the Academy Award for best leading actress in a supporting role in "Girl Interrupted" as well as the Golden Globe and the SAG award.
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