Public Statements and Attributed Quotes

by Kent McGroarty

This chapter is a free excerpt from Biography of Angelina Jolie.

“My husband’s blood is the most beautiful thing in the world to me.” ‒ Jolie in June of 2001, explaining why she and Billy Bob Thornton worn vials of each other’s blood around their necks.


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“My husband’s blood is the most beautiful thing in the world to me.” ‒ Jolie in June of 2001, explaining why she and Billy Bob Thornton worn vials of each other’s blood around their necks.

“The man that enters my home with me and my son ‒ I take that very, very seriously.” ‒ Interview with W magazine from March 2005 where she and Pitt played a 1950s couple in a photo spread.

“Usually all my tattoos came at good times. A tattoo is something permanent when you've made a self-discovery, or something you've come to a conclusion about.” ‒ Interview with USA Today magazine in July 2003.

“While other little girls wanted to be ballet dancers I kind of wanted to be a vampire.” ‒ Jolie on her childhood.

“He's a wonderful man and a great father and the person I admire most in the world because I know who he is every minute of every day. I think he's extraordinary.” ‒ Jolie on Brad Pitt.

“I felt it was a weird thing that every time you ask for a strong female role, it’s written in this strange way where it uses sexuality far too much. Or it’s all about being a woman and beating a man. So it wasn’t a surprise to me that the only way to do a strong female role properly was to not have it originally written for a woman.” ‒ Jolie on playing strong female characters, particularly her role in the film Salt, in the December 2010 issue of Vogue magazine.

"I don't walk around feeling I need to apologize or explain myself. [...] I am still, at heart – and always will be – just a punk kid with tattoos." ‒ From the December 2008 UK edition of Harper’s Bazaar.

"Listen, my kids play video games. I let them play with toy soldiers. We don't take war and violence lightly, but we don't hide it from anybody. We say, 'Mommy and Daddy have movies where we play these characters, but there's real death and violence in the world.' There's a real responsibility there to create in their minds the difference between the two." ‒ From the December 2008 UK edition of Harper’s Bazaar.

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