Milla has advocated legalisation of cannabis. She appeared on the cover and in a spread for High Times.
In a 1994 article, she … To Wallpaper →
Milla’s breakthrough role in films came in a thriller by Luc Besson. The science-fiction epic The Fifth Element (1997) opposite… To Wallpaper →
Outside of acting and modeling, Milla has released several critically acclaiming musical recordings.
She made her debut as a si… To Wallpaper →
When shooting the film “Dazed and Confused” in 1992 she eloped with actor Shawn Andrews to Las Vegas and married him – a few m… To Wallpaper →
As a 16 year old, her measurements were 34B-22-33.
Her breast-size has since matured to a 35B. To Wallpaper →
Milla was voted the “Sexiest Female Movie Star” in the Australian Empire Magazine’s poll of September 2002.
She has been ran… To Wallpaper →
Milla is fluent in the Serbian, Russian, English, Italian and French languages. To Wallpaper →
Milla Jovovich has been in a relationship with: To Wallpaper →
Milla was referred to by music channel VH1 as the “reigning queen of kick-butt”, due to her many science-fiction and action t… To Wallpaper →
At 16 years old, she decided to finish her modelling career, claiming to have seen all there was of the business.
However, she … To Wallpaper →
She began her modeling career at 11 years old and became famous in an advertising campaign for Revlon under the wing of Richard … To Wallpaper →
Milla Jovovich was born as Milica Jovović on December 17th 1975, in Kiev, Ukraine (when the Ukraine was part of the USSR). To Wallpaper →
When she was 8 she made her debut in the play Sophistry, at Playwright’s Horizons off Broadway. To Wallpaper →
At the age of 8 she enrolled in drama classes at the Lee Strasberg school. To Wallpaper →
Scarlett’s name was given to honour the heroine of the novel and film Gone with the Wind. To Wallpaper →
Scarlett’s grandparents on her mother’s side were Polish Jews who emigrated to the United States, before World War II kicked o… To Wallpaper →
She won a Tony Award for her supporting role in the play A View from the Bridge. To Wallpaper →
She won a BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Lost in Translation. To Wallpaper →
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