1982: At the age of 7, Jolie made her screen debut alongside Ann-Margret and her father, Jon Voight, in the comedy "Lookin' to Get Out."
1993: Jolie returned to movie acting as an adult, appearing in the straight-to-video B-movie "Cyborg 2."
1995: Jolie and Johnny Lee Miller in "Hackers." Miller and Jolie were married from 1996-1999.
1997: Jolie played Cornelia Wallace, the second wife of Alabama Gov. George Wallace, played by Gary Sinise, in TNT's "George Wallace." The role earned Jolie and Emmy nomination and a Golden Globe.
1998: Jolie in the HBO movie "Gia." The role won the actress another Emmy nomination as well as another Golden Globe.
1999: Jolie stars in "Girl, Interrupted." The role won her her third-straight Golden Globe, this time for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture.
2001: Already having found critical acclaim, Jolie found box office success in the video game adaptation "Lara Croft Tomb Raider."
2001: Antonio Banderas and Jolie in "Original Sin."
2002: Jolie went blond to play a TV reporter in the romantic comedy "Life or Something Like It."
2003: Jolie in "Beyond Borders."
2004: Jolie voiced an animated character for the first time with DreamWorks' "Shark Tale."
2004: Jolie in "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow."
2004: Jolie as Olympias in "Alexander."
2005: Jolie and Brad Pitt in "Mr. & Mrs. Smith." While Jolie has denied the pair started an affair while filming the movie, she has said they "fell in love" while on set.
2007: Jolie as Mariane Pearl, the wife of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl, who was executed by Pakistani terrorists, in "A Mighty Heart."
2007: Jolie as Grendel's mother in "Beowulf."
2008: Jolie in "Wanted."
2008: Jolie in "Changeling." She earned her second Oscar nomination, this time in the Best Actress category, for the Clint Eastwood-directed drama.
2008: Jolie returned to animation, voicing the character of Tigress in "Kung Fu Panda."
2010: Jolie in "Salt."
2010: Jolie stars with Johnny Depp in the romantic thriller "The Tourist."
2014: Jolie plays the title role in Disney's "Maleficent," which tells the "Sleeping Beauty" tale from the perspective of the princess' evil nemesis.
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