Brad and Robin Givens (1986-87)
The two met on the set of '80s ABC sitcom "Head of the Class" and dated for six months, but Givens is bestknown for her brief
marriage to boxer
Mike Tyson (1988-89). The actress has also dated the likes of Eddie Murphy and Howard Stern, and received $10 million in her divorce
settlement with Tyson. I ain't sayin' she a golddigger
Brad and Jill Schoelen (1988)
Jill who? The couple
met on the set of 1989 horror film "Cutting Class" and were engaged for three months until she broke off the engagement
Brad and Juliette Lewis (1990-93)
Pitt is known for raising his brood
of six with Jolie, but the actor was fond of kids long before Brangelina was a thing. Pitt, then 26, met 16-year-old Juliette Lewis on the set of the TV movie "Too Young to Die" in the late '80s. They also starred together in the 1993 movie "Kalifornia" but broke up in February of that year.
Brad and Gwyneth Paltrow (1994-97)
Pitt fell madly in love with Paltrow while filming the thriller
"Se7en" together and proposed to the blonde beauty in December 1996. The two later called off their engagement
Brad and Jennifer Aniston (1998-2005)
Pitt met Aniston in 1998 and the two married in Malibu in 2000. Their marriage was considered a true Hollywood success until Jolie came into the picture in 2005 and ruined everything like the filthy homewrecker she is. Just kidding -- draw your own conclusions. The photogenic
couple were legally divorced in October 2005 amidst a flurry of tabloid-fueled rumors that co-stars Pitt and Jolie had fallen in love on set. It's okay, Jen -- no one can compete
with those lips.
Angelina and Jonny Lee Miller (1995-97)
Jolie starred in "Hackers" (1995) with British actor Miller and the two married in 1996. The bride chose to go the traditional route
, tying the knot
in black rubber
pants and a white blouse
with Miller's name written on it in her own blood. They separated in 1997 and were officially
divorced in 1999.
Angelina and Jenny Shimizu (1996)
Another thing Brangelina has in common
: falling in love with their female co-stars. Actress and model Shimizu captured Jolie's attention
on the set of "Foxfire" in 1996, soon after her separation
from Miller. Shimizu said in 2005 that her relationship with Jolie lasted many years, even when both were involved with other people.
Angelina and Billy Bob Thornton (2000-02)
Eloping in Las Vegas? Red flag. Eloping in Las Vegas with someone almost twice your age (Jolie was 24, Thornton was 44) after two months of courtship? Double red flag. Coined America's most dangerous marriage by Rolling Stone, the two were known not only for their vomit-inducing displays of passion
in public but also for wearing each other's blood in vials around their necks. (We're going to go out on a limb
and call another red flag.) Thornton even said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, "I wear her underwear
a lot when we're away. And she wears mine." To amp up the romance, Jolie gave Thornton a grave
plot for their anniversary. Sadly, Thornton's disgusting soul patch has endured
the test of time, but the marriage did not, falling apart after two years.
Brad and Angelina (2005-present)
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a baby in a -- oh wait. Wrong couple. For all you moviegoers who were wondering if the sex in "Mr. and Mrs. Smith" was real - six children and an engagement announcement
later, we hope you have your answer. The power couple refused to comment on their relationship until January 2006, when Jolie revealed that she was pregnant with Pitt's child and launched a campaign
to make fat pregnant
women everywhere feel bad about themselves.
Wedding bells (April 2012)
The custom-designed rock that Jolie recently flashed on her ring finger was the product of a year-long collaboration
between Pitt and Beverly Hills jewelry designer Robert Procop. While tabloid editors across the nation are busy wiping the drool
off of their faces, we've already started brainstorming potential
wedding gifts. A razor for him? A cheeseburger for her? A foreign orphan