Hollywood flashback: Angelina Jolie’s first pH๏τoshoot aged 16 revealed

SHE’S one of the world’s most famous actresses but before she was a household name Angelina Jolie took part in a pH๏τoshoot.

Angelina Jolie’s first pH๏τoshoot aged 16 has been revealed

Using a metal chair as her prop, Angelina stared straight at the camera she worked the outfit.

The pictures of the star come just days after her father, Jon Voight, has demanded Angelina deserved to be nominated for an Oscar.

Unbroken, a highly anticipated Second World War epic, was seen as Ange’s breakthrough movie as a director.

But while the film gained three Oscar nods, including for best cinematography, Angelina missed out on a chance to win the much coveted gong.

Pictures of the 39-year-old as a teenager have been released, showing her posing in a swimsuit wearing red lipstick.

Staring into the camera, Angelina is clearly recognisable despite the shoot taking place in 1991 – meaning the mother-of-six was 16 years old.

Her brunette hair tied up, the star looked confident and pouted for the camera as she posed wearing a black one-piece.

Practising many poses, Ange was sat on a black leather stool swivelling around as she changed position.

In a nod to her Tomb Raider days, the youngster then changed into a black PVC top and lace black leggings.

Angelina Jolie posing aged 16

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The star was clearly a confident teenager

Angelina in PVC

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Little did Angelina know she would go on to wear PVC again in Tomb Raider

Her father said: “I wish she had [been nominated] because I think she deserved it.”

The 76-year-old added: “I think her direction is really astounding and if she wasn’t my daughter I’d still say, ‘I want to work for that one’.”

He continued: “She’s a great actor’s director – the pace of the film, the size of the film. Unbelievably difficult stuff that she accomplished.”

Father and daughter have both had previous Oscar success however: Jon won the best actor gong in 1978 for playing a paraplegic in Coming Home, while Angelina got 1999’s best supporting actress for Girl, Interrupted.

Using a metal chair as her prop, Angelina stared straight at the camera she worked the outfit.

The pictures of the star come just days after her father, Jon Voight, has demanded Angelina deserved to be nominated for an Oscar.

Unbroken, a highly anticipated Second World War epic, was seen as Ange’s breakthrough movie as a director.

But while the film gained three Oscar nods, including for best cinematography, Angelina missed out on a chance to win the much coveted gong.

Angelina Jolie in swimwear

Sean McCall/Coleman-Rayner

The star held up a piece of material as she posed in a ʙικιɴι

Angelina Jolie

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Angelina has gone on to be one of the world’s most impressive Hollywood actresses

Her father said: “I wish she had [been nominated] because I think she deserved it.”

The 76-year-old added: “I think her direction is really astounding and if she wasn’t my daughter I’d still say, ‘I want to work for that one’.”

He continued: “She’s a great actor’s director – the pace of the film, the size of the film. Unbelievably difficult stuff that she accomplished.”

Father and daughter have both had previous Oscar success however: Jon won the best actor gong in 1978 for playing a paraplegic in Coming Home, while Angelina got 1999’s best supporting actress for Girl, Interrupted.