William Bradley "Brad" Pitt is an American actor and film producer. He has been quoted as one of the most attractive men in the world, a place that prompts the media to report on life outside his screen. Pitt received two Academy Award nominations and four Golden Globe Award nominations. , From which he won one.
Pitt started his acting career with guest roles on television, in which the 1987 included a role in the CBS serial "Dallas". He was recognized as a careless request-passenger for the 1997 film Road Thelma and Louise, which entices Jina Davis's character. Pitt received major roles in major budget productions, through A River Runs Thru It (1992) and Interview with the Vampire (1994). In the drama Legends of the Fall in the 1994 play, he was cast with Anthony Hopkins, for which he Golden Globe nomination was received for the first time. In 1995, he starred critically-acclaimed in the crime thriller Seven and the science fiction film Twelve Monkeys, in which he received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor and Academy Award nomination for the subsequent film. Four years later in 1999, Pitt starred in the Cult Hit Fight Club. After this, in 2001, he starred in the internationally successful film Ocean's Eleven and its sequel Oceans Twelve (2004) and Ocean's Thirteen (2007). He had his biggest commercial success with Troy (2004) and Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005). Pitt received the second Academy Award nomination for his performance in the title role, in the 2008 film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
After an impressive relationship with actress Guinith Paltrow, Pitt was married to actress Jennifer Aniston for five years. In the year 2009, she is engaging with Angelina Jolie in a relationship that has attracted media attention around the world.  He and Jolie have three adopted children, Maddox, Zahra and Pax and they also gave birth to three biological children, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne. Pitt is the owner of a production company, Plan B Entertainment, who along with other films produced the Academy Award winner The Departed for Best Picture of 2007. From the onset of his relationship with Jolie, he has been heavily involved in social issues at the United States and international level.
Jane Etta (born Hillhouse), a high school counselor and William Elvin Pitt, son of a truck company's son, was born in Shawnee, Oklahoma.  His brothers-sisters Doug (born 1966) and Julie Neil (born 1969) ,  he grew up in Springfield, Missouri, where his family moved soon after his birth. They were raised as a conservative southern baptism in childhood. 
Pitt studied at Kikapu High School, where he was a member of golf, tennis and swimming team. Apart from this, he used to participate in the school's basic principles and judicial clubs, school debates and concerts.  After his graduation, Pitt enrolled in the University of Missouri in 1982. As a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity,  he acted in many programs of the community.  He got a degree in journalism, focusing on advertising.  In 1985, two weeks before he earned his degree, Pitt left the University and went to Los Angeles, California to take acting education.  When he was asked why he left the university, Pitt responded Was: "As the graduation was approaching, I was experiencing some disappointment. I saw my friends find jobs. I was not ready to settle down. They loved me, they had a door to go to a different world, and Missouri was not where the movies were made, so suddenly I thought: If they can not come to me, then I will go to them. "
During the conflict in Los Angeles, Pitt took up various topical jobs. These jobs range from Shofar to , making a disguise of El Polo Loco Chicken for fees for his acting classes. He started studying acting with coach London.
Pitt started his acting career on screen in 1987 with No Credit Out, No Man Out, No Man's Land, and Less Dane Zero.  He performed acting on television with ABC's guest appearance in the growing pains. Between December 1987 and February 1988, he appeared in four episodes of CBS primetime serial Dallas, in which he played the character of Shalane McCall Charlie Wade played the role of Randy. Pitt described this character as being "a stupid lover who is caught in bed". Later, he said about his scenes with McCall: "It was really time for me to have a sweat, it was rude because I had not met him before." Later in 1988 Pitt guest starred at Fox Police Drama Jump Jump 21.
Also in the same year, Yugoslavia-US He played his first major role in the film co-produced The Dark Side of the Sun.He played the role of a young American who is taken to Adriatic to find a remedy for his family's skin condition.  Was stopped due to the spread of the Croatian freedom struggle and the film did not appear until 1997.  In 1989, Pitt appeared in two motion pictures. First, Happy Togather had a supporting role in the comedy, and the second was in a feature role in the horror film Cutting Class, which was his first movie to reach theaters.He played guest roles in Head of the Class, Fredis Nightmares, Thirtysamthing and (second time) Growing Pains on Television.
In the 1990s, Pitt was nominated for NBC Television Film to Young to Die? Was given a role in the story of a humiliated teenager who was sentenced to death for murder. Pitt portrayed the role of drug addict Billy Canton, who leverages a runaway maiden starring Juliette Lewis. A movie reviewer from Entertainment Weekly wrote: "Pitt is a spectacular disgusting person in the form of his goon lover; It looks like a wicked John Cougar melankamp in the voice and format, it's really scary." In that year, he co-starred in a small FOX dramatic series Glory Days, which ran for six episodes, and appeared in a supporting role in HBO's television movie The Image.
Pitt's next version on the screen was with the 1991 film Across the Tracks, in which he played the role of Joe Maloney, a high school runner. This character deals with the role of criminal brother played by Ricky Schröder. Pitt attracted wide public attention with his supporting role in the 1991 film Road Thelma and Louise. He is a small-scale criminal, J.D. Who played with Thelma (Gina Davis). The love scene with her Davis has been cited as a moment, which defined Pitt as an attractive personality.