Jolie Jenkins Wiki bio
Jolie Jenkins was born in San Diego, California, USA, on 7 March 1974 – her zodiac sign is Pisces, and she holds American nationality. She is an actress, perhaps known best for having starred in the TV series “Alexa & Katie”.
Early life and education
Jolie was raised in California alongside her elder brother Jairek. Their father is Tony Robbins, a famous American life coach and philanthropist, while their mother is also a famous life coach, Becky Robbins. The two married in 1982, when Jolie was eight years old, but divorced in 2001.
Jolie attended Torrey Pines High School, and during her time there showed interest in acting. Her parents enrolled her at an acting school, and she appeared in numerous small production plays at that time. She graduated from Occidental College, Los Angeles, in 1996, with a Bachelor’s degree in theatre.
Roles in TV series
Jolie made her TV series debut in 1998, when she appeared in an episode of the comedy “USA High”. The following year, she guest-starred in an episode of “Two of a Kind”, a show about the famous actresses Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Also in 1999, she appeared in two episodes of the popular family drama “Party of Five”, and in 2000 in two episodes of its spin-off series “Time of Your Life”.
Also in 1999, Jolie played the role of Diana in the comedy “Shasta McNasty”, which ran for one season, created by Jeff Eastin and starred Carmine Giovanzo, Jake Busey and Dale Godboldo. It follows three main characters, Scott, Dennis and Randy, as they move to Los Angeles, and try to get their band, Shasta signed to a record label.
Despite not being well received by the critics, the series was nominated for a People’s Choice Award for Best Comedy Series.
That same year, Jolie landed her first voice-acting role in the action cartoon “Xyber 9: New Dawn”, voicing Princess Rocelyn in eight episodes.
In 2001 and 2002, Jolie appeared in two episodes of the sci-fi drama “The X-Files”, created by Chris Carted, and starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson and Robert Patrick, which aired on the Fox network for nine seasons. The story revolves around special agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), who work on cases involving paranormal phenomena, the so called ‘X-Files’. It was inspired by older mystery series such as “The Twilight Zone” and “Twin Peaks”, and received mostly positive reviews from the critics and viewers alike, and at the time was considered as one of the best series that had ever aired.
“The X-Files” won 16 Primetime Emmys and 84 other awards. In the series, Jolie plays the role of agent Leyla Harrison who was transferred to the X-Files from an accounting office. Her character was created in memory of a fan of the series who had the same name.
In the next few years, Jolie guest-starred in an episode or two of several publicly-acclaimed series such as “CSI: Miami”, “Good Morning, Miami” and “Desperate Housewives”.
In 2008, she played one of the leads in the eight episodes-long drama “Novel Adventures”, which also starred Daphne Zuniga and Paola Turbay.
In 2016 and 2017, she had the role of Aunt Dena in six episodes of the Disney Channel comedy “Liv and Maddie: Cali Style”, created by John D. Beck and Ron Hart, and which starred Dove Cameron, Jey Bragg and Tenzig Norgay Trainor.
From 2017 to 2019, Jolie played the recurring character of Nikki in the comedy “One Day at a Time”, created by Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce, and which starred Todd Grinnell, Justina Machado and Isabella Gomez. The series follows three generations of a Cuban-American family living under the same roof, and although Jolie appeared in only four episodes, her character became one of the fans’ favorites.
Perhaps the most significant role in TV series for Jolie was in the 2018 Netflix comedy drama “Alexa & Katie”, created by Heather Wordham, and which also starred Paric Berelc and Isabel May. It follows two best friends, Alexa and Katie, who are eagerly awaiting the beginning of their first year of high school, but Alexa soon discovers that she is ill with cancer. In the series, Jolie plays the character of Jennifer Cooper, Katie’s mother.
In 2019, “Alexa & Katie” won The Television Academy Honors Award for Television Drama, and was also nominated for seven other awards, including a Primetime Emmy.
Roles in movies
Jolie made her movie debut in 1999, when she appeared in the Disney Channel family drama “Horse Sense”, and in the following year, she had a minor role in the horror comedy “Psycho Beach Party”.
In 2002, she appeared in the TV rom-com “Buying the Cow”, alongside Ryan Reynolds and Jerry O’Connell, and the same year starred in the sci-fi comedy drama “S1m0ne” alongside Al Pacino. In 2009, Julie was cast in the lead in the TV movie “Best Thing Ever”, and in 2016, she played Dr. Lucy Adams, one of the main characters in the TV comedy “Poor Todd”.
Love life and husband
Jolie is married to David Pagani, who works as a storyboard artist. The two married in a private ceremony on 27 October 2001, after having dated for a few years.
They have two sons: Luis Rocket born in 2014, and Hugo born in 2018. The family is currently residing in Los Angeles, California.
Hobbies and interesting facts
Jolie is active on Instagram, with her account ‘@joliejenkins’ numbering more than 120,000 followers; she mostly uploads pictures and videos in which she gives her fans parenting advice.
She admitted that her guilty pleasure is watching reality TV, and that she especially enjoys dating shows such as “90 Day Fiancé”, “Catfish” and “The Bachelor”.
Jolie’s favorite actress is Audrey Hepburn, and two of her favorite movies are “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Roman Holiday”.
Appearance, age and net worth
Jolie is 47 years old, with long blonde hair and brown eyes. She’s 5ft 3ins (1.62m) tall, weighs around 110lbs (48kgs), and her vital statistics are 34-24-25. As of May 2021, her net worth is estimated at over $1 million.
Who is Jolie’s father Tony Robins?
Anthony J. Mahavoric – aka Tony Robins – was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 29 February 1960 – his zodiac sign is Pisces and he holds American nationality. Hes an author, life coach and philanthropist, perhaps known best for his infomercials and self-help books.
Tony grew up in North Hollywood, California with his two younger siblings; their parents divorced when he was seven years old – Tony described his home life as chaotic and abusive. When he was a teenager, he quickly grew to be very tall, which was later attributed to a pituitary tumor. Tony left home when he was 17, didn’t attend college, and once worked as a janitor.
He began promoting Jim Rohn’s motivational seminars at the age of 17; in his early twenties, he learned firewalking, which he included in his seminars. In 1988, Tony began promoting his self-help program ‘Personal Power’, and released his first infomercial.
He is one of the founders of the Robbins-Madanes Center for Intervention, which trains life-coaches to help other people. During his seminars, he encourages his audience with a fire walk mindset, and makes them participate in mental and physical exercises.
Tony is a co-owner of the Los Angeles Football Club, and one of the owners of Team Liquid, a professional e-sports organization.
Since he launched his career as a life coach, he has worked with numerous celebrities such as Bill Clinton, Serena Williams and Hugh Jackman. He has also made cameo appearances in several TV series, including “The Cable Guy”, “The Roseanne Show”, and “The Sopranos”.
Tony is 61 years old. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, is 6ft 7ins (2.01m) tall and weighs around 210lbs (96kgs). As of May 2021, his net worth is estimated at around $600 million.