10. 'Hackers' (1995)
In her first major film role, 19-year-old Angelina Jolie played one of a group of teenage computer hackers. The following year, she and co-star Jonny Lee Miller 'Elementary') were married; they divorced in 1999.
9. 'Pushing Tin' (1999)
Angelina was part of the ensemble cast of this comic drama about air traffic controllers, playing the despondent wife of hotshot controller Russell Bell (Billy Bob Thornton). Despite the 20-year age gap, Angelina and Billy Bob were married in 2000, separated in 2002 and divorced in 2003.
8. 'Mr. and Mrs. Smith' (2005)
In this high-concept action-comedy, Angelina co-starred with Brad Pitt as a married couple who are both assassins — a secret they've kept from one another until they're hired by competing agencies to whack each other. Angelina's affair with Brad ended his marriage to Jennifer Aniston making the iconic Brangelina. The pair have since divorce.
7. 'Salt' (2010)
Angelina slipped into action-hero mode once more for this high-octane thriller about a top CIA agent who goes on the run to clear her name after being accused of being a Russian spy. The adventures of Evelyn Salt are slated to continue in a still-in-development sequel.
6. 'Changeling' (2008)
In this provocative drama directed by Clint Eastwood (based on an actual incident that rocked California's legal system), Angelina stars as a mother reunited with a boy she quickly realizes isn't her missing son, but her efforts to explain this to the authorities lead her to be vilified as delusional.
5. 'Lara Croft: Tomb Raider' (2001)
In her first big-budget action film, Angelina gives life to the popular video game heroine, creating a female version of Indiana Jones. The film was successful enough to spawn a sequel, 2003's 'The Cradle of Life'.
4. 'A Mighty Heart' (2007)
Angelina garnered some of the best reviews of her career for her performance in this fact-based film as Mariane Pearl, wife of kidnapped journalist Daniel Pearl. She received a Golden Globe nomination.
3. 'Gia' (1998)
Angelina's breakout role came in this made-for-TV HBO biopic in which she starred as doomed fashion model Gia Carangi, whose addiction to cocaine and heroin contributed to her AIDS-related death at age 26. Jolie's phenomenally gritty performance put her on the fast track to movie stardom.
2. 'Maleficent' (2014)
Her highest-grossing film to date (more than $700 million worldwide), Angelina clearly had a blast starring in the untold story of the iconic "Sleeping Beauty" villain.
Jolie reprised her role as Maleficent in 2019's "Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil".
1. 'Girl, Interrupted' (1999)
Angelina won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role as a charismatic, manipulative sociopath in a psychiatric institution.