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JENNIFER ANISTON (Dr. Julia Harris, D.D.S.) was exposed to acting at an early age by her father, John Aniston, who starred on NBC's daytime drama "Days of Our Lives,” and her godfather, the late Telly Savalas.

Aniston most recently starred in Dennis Dugan's romantic comedy "Just Go with It,” opposite Adam Sandler and Nicole Kidman; "The Switch,” with Jason Bateman; and "The Bounty Hunter, opposite Gerard Butler, directed by Andy Tennant. In 2009, she was seen in the ensemble feature "He's Just Not That Into You,” based on the bestseller by Greg Behrendt and Liz Tuccillo, and opposite Steve Zahn in the romantic comedy "Management.” She also starred in "Love Happens,” with Aaron Eckhart, and the box-office hit adaptation of John Grogan's beloved book "Marley & Me,” with Owen Wilson. Previously, Aniston starred in the hit romantic comedy "The Break-Up,” with Vince Vaughn, and "Friends with Money,” which marked her return to the indie screen. Both her performance and the film received rave reviews. Additionally, she starred in Rob Reiner's "Rumor Has It…,” the thriller "Derailed,” alongside Clive Owen, "Along Came Polly,” with Ben Stiller, and the smash hit comedy "Bruce Almighty,” opposite Jim Carrey and Morgan Freeman.

She earned an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her performance in Miguel Arteta's critically acclaimed "The Good Girl,” opposite Jake Gyllenhaal, which debuted to rave reviews at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival. Her additional film credits include Stephen Herek's "Rock Star,” opposite Mark Wahlberg; Ed Burns' "She's The One,” with Cameron Diaz; Glenn Gordon Caron's "Picture Perfect,” opposite Kevin Bacon and Olympia Dukakis; "'Til There Was You,” with Jeanne Tripplehorn, Sarah Jessica Parker and Dylan McDermott; the critically praised "The Object of my Affection,” opposite Paul Rudd; "Office Space”; and "Dreams for an Insomniac.”

In 2006, Aniston made her directorial debut with the short film "Room 10,” as part of the award-winning short film series Glamour Reel Moments.

In 2004 Aniston completed her 10th and final season on the hit NBC ensemble comedy "Friends.” For her work as Rachel Green, she won an Emmy Award for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2002, a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by a Lead Actress in a Comedy Series in 2003, and four People's Choice Awards, and earned an additional five Emmy nominations, two Screen Actors Guild Award® nominations and two Golden Globe nominations.

Aniston, who is of Greek descent, spent a year of her childhood in Greece but relocated to New York when her father landed a role on the daytime drama "Love of Life.” She had her first taste of acting at age 11 at the Rudolf Steiner School's drama club. She also developed a passion for art and, at 11, saw one of her paintings selected for display in an exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.

After graduating from New York's High School of the Performing Arts Aniston won roles in such Off-Broadway productions as "For Dear Life” at New York's Public Theater and "Dancing on Checker's Grave.” In 1989, she landed her first television role as a series regular on "Molloy.” Her additional television credits include series regular roles on "The Edge” and "Ferris Bueller,” a recurring role on "Herman's Head” and guest-starring roles on such series as "Quantum Leap” and "Burke's Law.”


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