Hollywood star Angelina Jolie would rather be remembered for her humanitarian work than her movie career. Jolie found fame as an actress but has used her celebrity to campaign for refugees and the world's poor through her work as a Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations. Yesterday (07Jun07) she was honoured for her philanthropic work by joining the prestigious Council on Foreign Relations - an exclusive group including Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter and Condoleeza Rice. And the star insists changing the world is more important to her than winning acting awards. Jolie says, "When I die, do I want to be remembered as an actress? No. I recently had a column published in a newspaper and at the end it didn't say I was an actress. It said that I was a UN Goodwill Ambassador - that's all. And I was really proud."