Vivienne Jolie-Pitt Earning A Paycheck At Four Years Old

Knox And Vivienne Jolie-Pitt Enjoy A Day At The Park

At 4-years-old, Vivienne Jolie-Pitt is already following in her famous parents’ footsteps.

According to a contract obtained by TMZ, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt‘s youngest daughter earned $3,000 per week for her role in the upcoming movie Maleficent, which also stars her mother.

Knox‘s twin sister plays the child version of Elle Fanning’s Princess Aurora in the live-action film – a re-telling of the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty which is told from the horned villainess’ perspective.

TMZ adds that Vivienne also received a per diem of $60 per day on set.

In October, Us Weekly reported that Vivienne’s older siblings Pax, 9, and Zahara, 8, filmed minor scenes in the movie as well – although a rep for Disney has yet to confirm this.

“They have smaller parts,” a source reveals, adding that siblings won’t have speaking roles. “Shiloh was supposed to be in it, too, but she was bored and not in the mood during the day her part was supposed to happen, so she ended up not being in the film.”

Maleficent‘s proposed release date is March 2014.

Angelina and Brad are also parents to 11-year-old Maddox.

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  1. Sandra

    Okay seriously, like they already right now need the money. Could they not have found a little girl her age somewhere else in this big world of ours and cast her who’s family is not wealthy? It really isn’t fair at all. Greed!

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  2. Anonymous

    It’s a pity she doesn’t look like to Shiloh and Knox.

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  3. LaKesha

    There is no job in this country where the hiring criteria is need based. She worked, she deserves to be paid.

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  4. Wow this is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard in my whole life! A four years old that earns 3K per week!
    It’s stupid for calling someone jealous! Okay everyone wants to earn 3K per week, so what! I just find it really stupid to give a fours years old, that (maybe only even can count to 20) so much money! What on earth does that kid have to do with that money!
    What do you mean spoiled? (sarcasm :s)
    Good parenting Angie! Keep going!

    Btw I’m Dutch so my English isn’t good!

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  5. Scooter

    I’m actually surprised by this. I thought their whole goal was to retire and get away from Hollywood. Now their daughter is working in the industry?

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    • cb

      thats a joke ! they will never quit hollywood. they havent been in the news for the last few weeks, so here we are. next week will be wedding speculation. they always drag that out when there has been no news of jolie-pitts for awhile.

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  6. Dap

    No way she would have been hired if it was not for her name. I agree another more good-looking, more deserving kid should have been chosen.

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    • she got the part. It is crazy for a 4 year old, but stop being jealous. Everyone just doesn’t have it that easy. What was she suppose to work for free. She is a pretty little girl and can’t help but to be talented and stunning as an adult.People would not be complaining if it was Violet Affleck. They would just say how cute. It is made bigger than it really is because of her parents.

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  7. Hanna

    You call that greed? Last time I checked that “greed” led to plenty of humanitarian effort/work. Angelina and Brad have helped so many unfortunate people.

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  8. Gemi

    She got the job because her mother is in the film, so what? Another deserving 4-year-old actress? Please, it was just simply easier for them to cast AJ daughter, than go out and find some random 4-year-old.

    Greed? Please, how much of your paycheck do you donate to humanitarian efforts? I’m sure it went into a college fund or it was Vivienne’s personal money to spend on a charity of her choice.

    Deal.

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  9. Sue

    People get a life, and stop hating on a small child, geez, it was a small part, in her mom’s film, So What!!! HAters!!!

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