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JENNIFER ANISTON (Beth) is an award-winning actress and one of today's most popular stars. She most recently starred in the comedy hit "Marley and Me,” opposite Owen Wilson. She also starred with Steve Zahn in the indie film "Management,” on which she served as an executive producer. Her recent film credits also include the hit romantic comedy "The Break-Up,” opposite Vince Vaughn, and the critically acclaimed indie film "Friends with Money.”

Aniston also has a wide range of films upcoming, including the romantic drama "Traveling,” with Aaron Eckhart, and the true-life drama "The Goree Girls,” which she will star in and produce with her producing partner, Kristin Hahn.

In 2004, Aniston completed her tenth and final season on the mega-hit ensemble comedy "Friends.” During the show's long run, Aniston was repeatedly recognized for her work in the role of Rachel Green, including Emmy and Golden Globe Award wins for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. Her other honors included four additional Emmy nominations; another Golden Globe nomination; two Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award® nominations for Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series, and six more SAG Award® nominations shared with the ensemble cast.

While enjoying success on the small screen, Aniston continued to branch out with a wide range of roles in both major studio releases and smaller independent films. She earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her performance in Miguel Arteta's critically acclaimed film "The Good Girl,” opposite Jake Gyllenhaal. Aniston has also starred in such films as "She's the One,” directed by and also starring Edward Burns; "Picture Perfect,” with Kevin Bacon; "'Til There Was You”; Nicholas Hytner's "The Object of My Affection,” alongside Paul Rudd; "Office Space”; Stephen Herek's "Rock Star,” opposite Mark Wahlberg; the smash hit comedy "Bruce Almighty,” with Jim Carrey and Morgan Freeman under the direction of Tom Shadyac; "Along Came Polly,” in the title role, opposite Ben Stiller; and "Rumor Has It…,” for director Rob Reiner.

Born in Sherman Oaks, California, Aniston, who is of Greek descent, spent a year of her childhood living in Greece. The family relocated to New York when her father, actor John Aniston, landed a role on a daytime drama. She had her first taste of acting when she joined the Rudolf Steiner School's drama club, where she also developed a passion for art. At age 11, one of Aniston's paintings was selected to be on display in an exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. She later began her professional acting training as a drama student at New York's High School of the Performing Arts.

After graduating in 1987, Aniston won roles in such off-Broadway plays as "For Dear Life,” at the Public Theater, and "Dancing on Checker's Grave.” In 1989, she landed a recurring role on the series "Molloy,” which marked her television debut. Aniston's other early television credits include regular and guest roles on several series.

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