William Bradley Pitt (Brad Pitt) was born on December 18, 1963, in Shawnee, Oklahoma, to a model American family that was devout and religious. His father was a freight company manager, and his mother was a local schoolteacher.
Pitt enrolled at the University of Missouri’s Department of Journalism and Advertising after graduating from high school. But he never got a diploma, opting instead to move to Hollywood to pursue a career as an actor. He changed his name to the more common “Brad Pitt” there, but the number of positions he was offered did not increase. So, at first, Pitt had to work jobs that were far from show business: he also worked as a barker in a local restaurant, where he had to welcome passers-by to their establishment dressed as a giant chicken. Simultaneously, he enrolled in acting classes to give his pretty face a professional edge.
As a result, he got a small part in the TV show “Dallas,” as well as other TV shows and feature films. However, it wasn’t until he appeared in the film “Thelma and Louise” that the actor was heard (1991). The films “Johnny Suead” and “Parallel World,” which were released about the same time, were not very successful, but critics praised “Legends of Autumn” (1994) and “Where the River Flows” (1992).
In 1994, the film “Interview with the Vampire” became a hit. Pitt was unmistakable in the role of Louis, who was seduced by the immortality of the damned by Lestat (Tom Cruise). The convert is then tormented by the uncontrollable desire to live a vampire’s life: to kill in order to survive. Despite the whole “horror entourage,” Pitt’s portrayal of the “conscientious vampire” won over a thousand female hearts all over the world.
Brad met Gwyneth Paltrow, who played his wife in the film “Seven” (1995), on the set of the thriller “Seven,” in which Morgan Freeman played Pitt’s partner, and the two began a long romance. They suddenly declared a breakdown when they started talking about the forthcoming wedding of lovers. All went off without a hitch, with no allegations leveled at one another and no clarification of the reasons for the split.
Brad Pitt was nominated for an Academy Award and received a Golden Globe for his performance in Terry Gilliam’s 12 Monkeys in 1995. (1995). The film “Seven Years in Tibet” (1997) received mixed reviews, and Chinese authorities declared Pitt’s “entrance” into their country, and for life – because his hero shared the revolutionary Tibetans’ views.
The film “The Devil’s Property,” starring Pitt and Harrison Ford, was a box office flop in 1997, and the three-hour film “Meet Joe Black” (1998) did not win overall critics.
Many people assume that Brad Pitt’s most recent and most amazing work was his appearance in the cult film directed by David Fincher (whose actor was already in the film “Seven”). It is difficult for them to articulate their thoughts on the film and to properly summarize the content. In any case, if you haven’t seen it yet, start asking him at a friend’s house or rent it.
Brad Pitt, formerly dubbed “the most sexual of today’s living people,” married actress Jennifer Aniston in 2000, much to the dismay of his many fans. Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are said to have turned California upside down in search of his young family. Real estate agents say that the celebrity couple has rejected all of their offers, including two stunning homes in the Hollywood Hills for $12 million and $20 million. “All of this commotion is because Brad and Jen want the house to be suitable for their unborn children,” friends add.