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Jennifer Aniston

Born February 11, 1969, Jenifer Aniston was always creative, but not acting was not her first love. She was an active artist and one of her works was hung in the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art when she was only eleven years old. She did join the drama club in high school and graduated from the New York High School of Performing Arts. Her first professional appearances were in off-Broadway productions: “For Dear Life” and “Dancing on Checkers Grave”. Jennifer got her first television role in 1989 as a regular in “Molloy”.

In 1993, Jennifer’s biggest professional credit was her role in the movie “Leprechaun”, a film shunned by critics and moviegoers alike. The following year she auditioned for a role on the pilot for “Friends” and the rest, as they say, is history. Although arguably the Friend that went the furthest after that show ended its phenomenal run, Jennifer has had her string of bad films along with the good.

In 1998, Aniston appeared in “The Object of My Affection”  and “Office Space”. The following year she provided voice work for the animated film, “The Iron Giant”. Although she continued to appear in movies while on hiatus from Friends, in 2000 it was her personal life that was bringing her the most fame. That year she married Brad Pitt and they suddenly became the “It” couple. That union lasted until 2005.

Jennifer finally got some serious award nominations in 2002 with the release of the movie, “The Good Girl”.  She followed that dramatic performance up with “Bruce Almighty” which had her playing straight man to Jim Carrey. Friends ended its ten season long run in 2004. During this series record breaking time on screen, Jennifer had won two Emmy awards for her role and sparked a national hair cut craze.

Aniston bounced back not only from the end of the show that had opened so many more doors for her, but from the break up with her husband and in 2006 appeared in the movie, “The Breakup” with Vince Vaughn who she was quickly romantically linked with. That relationship has ended as well.

Jennifer’s hair is always silky smooth and is a glossy, golden brown color. She sometimes allows it to grow  longer, but usually keeps it at shoulder length. At one point her short, shaggy cut with the fringy bangs was the one most requested by countless women. Dubbed “the Rachael” the cut was trendy, but easy to recreate at home.





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