Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie at Calabash Literary Festival in Treasure Beach

Famed Hollywood actress, Angelina Jolie was spotted rubbing shoulders with creatives at the Calabash Literary Festival in Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth on Saturday.

Jolie, who is famous for her roles in Tomb Raider, Maleficent, SALT and more was seen snapping pictures with the likes of Jamaican dub-poet and radio personality, Mutabaruka.

Jolie is among a series of American A-listers who have visited the island since the start of the year. Among them are Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family; Janet Yellen, the US Treasury Secretary; Maryland Governor Wes Moore; Hollywood screen actors Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones; John Amos; Tracee Ellis Ross; Nigerian Afrobeats megastar Burna Boy; American music stars Dua Lipa; Cardi B; Offset; Rick Ross; Omarion and Chance the Rapper.

Rapper 2Chainz is currently in Jamaica for the popular party series, Mocha Fest.

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