Angelina Jolie showed an early animalistic quality that made her destined for stardom, according to a photographer who took early black and white shots of her.
Her photos are part of a multi-million dollar Michael H. Epstein and Scott E. Schwimer collection, which contains tens of thousands of the best examples of Hollywood fine art, which will be auctioned by Profiles in History on March 26-27, 2010.
Photographer Harry Langdon of Beverly Hills, CA. shot the feral Jolie at the tender age of 15.
Life-long collectors Michael H. Epstein and Scott E. Schwimer will auction these and more on March 26 and March 27 through the prestigious Calabasas auction house: Profiles in History.
Langdon was approached by Jolie’s father, actor Jon Voight to take these early photos.
Langdon told radaronline.com: ‘I admire her for coming alone. Daddies, mommies and boyfriends on a photo session can dampen the best performer’s performances. [She] was very confident of herself. She was a real natural.”
He said even then, she showed signs of the magnetic persona in the early shots and awareness of her own look. ‘Her smile is beautiful but her best feature is her alluring look,’ he said.
Today Jolie stars alongside Johnny Depp in the film, “The Tourist.”
It was reported that Vanessa Paradis, Johnny’s partner, was uncomfortable with the two sharing love scenes.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie took their kids to visit her co-star Johnny Depp’s house in Venice, Italy on Sunday, reported Just Jared.com
Earlier in the day, Brad and Angie were seen leaving hotel Gritti Palace on The Grand Canal with Maddox, 8, Pax, 6, Zahara, 5, and Shiloh, 3.