List of Jennifer Aniston performances

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Aniston at the premiere of Horrible Bosses in July 2011

American actress Jennifer Aniston made her screen debut in the television series Molloy (1990), her film career began in the horror film Leprechaun (1993). She gained worldwide recognition in the 1990s for portraying Rachel Green on the television sitcom Friends (1994–2004), a role which earned her an Emmy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award. In 2012, she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Aniston has also enjoyed a successful Hollywood film career, she gained critical acclaim for her performances in the independent films She's the One (1996), Office Space (1999), The Good Girl (2002), Friends with Money (2006), Life of Crime (2014), and Cake (2015).[1] She has had her greatest commercial successes with the films Bruce Almighty (2003), The Break-Up (2006), Marley & Me (2008), Just Go with It (2011), Horrible Bosses (2011), and We're the Millers (2013).[2]

Along with Brad Pitt and Brad Grey, CEO of Paramount Pictures, Aniston founded the film production company Plan B Entertainment in 2002,[3] although she and Grey withdrew in 2005.[4] In 2008, she is the co-founder of a new production company Echo Films, with Kristin Hahn.

Films[edit]

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Mac and Me 1988 Dancer in McDonald's Stewart Raffill Uncredited [5]
Leprechaun 1993 Tory Reding Mark Jones [6]
She's the One 1996 Renee Fitzpatrick Edward Burns [7]
Dream for an Insomniac 1996 Allison Tiffanie DeBartolo [8]
'Til There Was You 1997 Debbie Scott Winant [9]
Picture Perfect Kate Mosley Glenn Gordon Caron [10]
Thin Pink Line, TheThe Thin Pink Line 1998 Clove Joe Dietl
Michael Irpino
[11]
Waiting for Woody Herself Grant Heslov Short film [12]
The Object of My Affection Nina Borowski Nicholas Hytner [13]
Office Space 1999 Joanna Mike Judge [14]
Iron Giant, TheThe Iron Giant Annie Hughes (voice) Brad Bird [15]
Rock Star 2001 Emily Poule Stephen Herek [16]
Good Girl, TheThe Good Girl 2002 Justine Last Miguel Arteta [17]
Bruce Almighty 2003 Grace Connelly Tom Shadyac [18]
Abby Singer Herself Ryan Williams Cameo appearance
Along Came Polly 2004 Polly Prince John Hamburg [19]
Derailed 2005 Lucinda Harris / Jane Mikael Håfström [20]
Rumor Has It Sarah Huttinger Rob Reiner [21]
Friends with Money 2006 Olivia Nicole Holofcener [22]
Room 10 None Herself
Andrea Buchanan
Short film [23]
Break-Up, TheThe Break-Up Brooke Meyers Peyton Reed [24]
Marley & Me 2008 Jenny Grogan David Frankel [25]
Burma: It Can't Wait Producer Herself Short film [26]
Management Sue Claussen Stephen Belber Also executive producer [27]
He's Just Not That into You 2009 Beth Murphy Ken Kwapis [28]
Becoming Icizzle None Ian Cranston
Chul Gugich
Executive producer
Documentary
[29]
Love Happens Eloise Chandler Brandon Camp [30]
Bounty Hunter, TheThe Bounty Hunter 2010 Nicole Hurley Andy Tennant [31]
Switch, TheThe Switch Kassie Larson Josh Gordon
Will Speck
Also executive producer [32]
Just Go with It 2011 Katherine Murphy / Devlin Maccabee Dennis Dugan [33]
Horrible Bosses Dr. Julia Harris Brett Ratner
Jay Stern
[34]
Wanderlust 2012 Linda Gergenblatt David Wain [35]
$ellebrity Herself Kevin Mazur Documentary [36]
We're the Millers 2013 Sarah "Rose" O'Reilly Rawson Marshall Thurber [37]
Icizzle Presents Dog IDS None Ian Cranston Executive producer
Short film
Life of Crime 2014 Margaret "Mickey" Dawson Daniel Schechter Also executive producer [38]
Horrible Bosses 2 Dr. Julia Harris Sean Anders [39]
Cake Claire Simmons Daniel Barnz Also executive producer [40]
She's Funny That Way Jane Claremont Peter Bogdanovich [41]
Journey to Sundance Herself Julian Starks Documentary [42]
Unity 2015 Herself Shaun Monson Narrator
Documentary
[43]
Mother's Day 2016 Sandy Newhouse Garry Marshall [44]
Storks Sarah Gardner (voice) Nicholas Stoller
Doug Sweetland
[45]
Office Christmas Party Carol Vanstone Josh Gordon
Will Speck
[46]
The Yellow Birds 2017 Maureen Murphy Alexandre Moors Also executive producer [47]
Dumplin' Denotes films that have not yet been released 2018 Rosie Dickson Anne Fletcher Post-production
Also executive producer
[48]

Television[edit]

Title Year(s) Role Channel Notes Ref.
Molloy 1990 Courtney Walker FOX Series regular (7 episodes) [49]
Camp Cucamonga 1990 Ava Schector NBC Television film [50]
Ferris Bueller 1990–1991 Jeannie Bueller NBC Series regular (13 episodes) [51]
Quantum Leap 1992 Kiki Wilson NBC Episode: "Nowhere to Run" [52]
Edge, TheThe Edge 1992–1993 Various characters FOX Series regular (20 episodes) [53]
Herman's Head 1992–1993 Suzie Brooks FOX 2 episodes [54]
Muddling Through 1994 Madeline Drego Cooper CBS Series regular (10 episodes) [55]
Friends 1994–2004 Rachel Green NBC Series regular (236 episodes) [56]
Burke's Law 1994 Linda Campbell CBS Episode: "Who Killed the Beauty Queen?" [57]
The Larry Sanders Show 1995 Herself HBO Episode: "Conflict of Interest" [58]
Partners 1996 CPA Suzanne FOX Episode: "Follow the Clams?" [59]
Disney's Hercules 1998 Galatea (voice) ABC Episode: "Hercules and the Dream Date" [60]
South Park 1999 Mrs. Stevens Comedy Central Episode: "Rainforest Shmainforest" [61]
Saturday Night Live 1999–2004 Host / Various characters NBC 4 episodes [62]
King of the Hill 2003 Pepperoni Sue / Stephanie (voice) FOX Episode: "Queasy Rider" [63]
Dirt 2007 Tina Harrod FX Episode: "Ita Missa Est" [64]
30 Rock 2008 Claire Harper NBC Episode: "The One with the Cast of Night Court" [65]
Cougar Town 2010 Glenn ABC Episode: "All Mixed Up" [66]
Five 2011 None Lifetime Director and also executive producer
Television film
Segment: "Mia"
[67]
Burning Love 2012 Dana Yahoo! Screen Web series
2 episodes
[68]
Call Me Crazy: A Five Film 2013 None Lifetime Executive producer
Television film
[69]

Music video appearances[edit]

Title Year Artist Director Ref.
"I'll Be There for You" 1994 The Rembrandts N/A [70]
"Walls (Circus)" 1996 Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Phil Joanou [71]
"I Want to Be in Love" 2001 Melissa Etheridge David Hogan [72]

Video games[edit]

Title Year Role Ref.
Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair 1997 Laura [73]

Theater[edit]

Production Year Theater Role Ref.
Dancing on Checker's Grave 1988 St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery Lisa [74]
For Dear Life 1988–1989 The Public Theater Emily [75]
Dead And In Person 1989 The Falcon Theatre [76]
We Interrupt This Program 1995 Tiffany Theater [77]
Three Girls and Bob 2006 American Airlines Theatre Helena [78]
Ramen Noodle 2009 Danielle [79]
The Bitch Downstairs 2010 Dead dog (Uncredited) [80]

Commercials[edit]

Company Year Title Ref.
Windows 95 1995 "Microsoft Windows 95 Video Guide" [81]
Lynx 1997 "Dream Dates" [82]
L'Oréal "Elvive" [83]
1998 "Elnett" [84]
Heineken 2001 "It's All About The Beer"
Smartwater 2011 Jennifer Aniston Goes Viral [85]
Sky Broadband 2012 Sky Switch Squad [86]
Smartwater The Jennifer Aniston Security Tapes [87]
Aveeno 2013 Positively Radiant [88]
2014 Daily Moisturizing Lotion & Body Wash [89]
Positively Radiant Face Moisturizer [90]
2015 Daily Moisturizing Lotion [91]
Positively Radiant Moisturizer [92]
Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub [93]
Living Proof 2014 Good Hair Day [94]
Emirates 2015 Emirates A380 featuring Jennifer Aniston [95]
2016 Jennifer Aniston TV commercial A380 [96]

See also[edit]

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