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Depression is a serious illness that can strike anyone, even those that seem to have it all. Here’s a lit of 15 celebs who, despite their success, have battled with the disease.
Angelina Jolie rarely cracks a smile on the red carpet and for a while Jolie felt she had little to smile about. The U.N. Goodwill Global Ambassador battled with depression in her teens and early 20’s. When Jolie’s mother, actress Marcheline Bertrand, passed away in 2007, the Tomb Raider star once again fell into a dark period. Jolie agreed to star in the movie Wanted as a means of coping with the depression. “My mother had just passed away, and I wanted to do something physical to get it out of my head for a while,” she said in July 2008. “I felt I was going into a very dark place, and I wasn’t capable of getting up in the morning, so I signed up for something that would force me to be active.” Jolie recently announced she had undergone a preventative double mastectomy earlier this year.
Have you noticed that in the entertainment industry, everyone feels like they can crossover from field to field? Actors become singers, singers become actors, actors become authors etc. But are they all truly talented in these varied fields, or do they simply get bored with their current job? Whether they were discovered during a movie or have branched out into the music world on their own, these celebs have crossed over successfully.
Take a look at these 8 celebrities who actually have vocal talent….
Occupy Wall Street is an ongoing protest that began September 17 2011 in New York City’s Zuccotti Park in the Wall Street financial district. The protest’s purpose is to take a stand against social and economic inequality, rising unemployment, corruption, high unemployment, greed, corruption, and the influence of large corporations, particularly from the financial services sector, on the government. The demonstrators use the slogan: ‘We are the 99 per cent’, which refers to the growing difference in wealth between the wealthiest 1 per cent and the rest of the population. However, some of the top millionaires and celebrities in the world are also taking stand, even though they tend to fit in with the 1%. Check out who out of the 1% is fighting back and supporting the protests.