List of Jennifer Aniston performances

Aniston at the premiere of Horrible Bosses in July 2011

American actress Jennifer Aniston made her television debut in the short-lived television series Molloy (1990) and Ferris Bueller (1990–91). In 1993, she played a teenage girl in the horror comedy Leprechaun, her first major role in a feature film.[1][2] She gained worldwide recognition for portraying Rachel Green on the NBC television sitcom Friends (1994–2004), a role which earned her a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy.[3][4] During its ninth and tenth season, Aniston became one of the highest-paid television actors, earning $1 million for each episode.[5]

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).[6] 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).[7]

Along with Brad Pitt and Brad Grey, CEO of Paramount Pictures, Aniston founded the film production company Plan B Entertainment in 2002,[8] although she and Grey withdrew in 2005.[9] From 2008, she is the co-founder of a new production company Echo Films, with Kristin Hahn.

Films

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1988 Mac and Me Dancer in McDonald's Uncredited [10]
1993 Leprechaun Tory Reding [1]
1996 She's the One Renee Fitzpatrick [11]
Dream for an Insomniac Allison [12]
1997 'Til There Was You Debbie [13]
Picture Perfect Kate Mosley [14]
1998 The Thin Pink Line Clove [15]
Waiting for Woody Herself Short film [16]
The Object of My Affection Nina Borowski [17]
1999 Office Space Joanna [18]
The Iron Giant Annie Hughes (voice) [19]
2001 Rock Star Emily Poule [20]
2002 The Good Girl Justine Last [21]
2003 Bruce Almighty Grace Connelly [22]
2004 Along Came Polly Polly Prince [23]
2005 Derailed Lucinda Harris / Jane [24]
Rumor Has It Sarah Huttinger [25]
2006 Friends with Money Olivia [26]
Room 10 (Co-Director) Short film [27]
The Break-Up Brooke Meyers [28]
2008 Marley & Me Jenny Grogan [29]
Burma: It Can't Wait Producer Short film [30]
Management Sue Claussen Also executive producer [31]
2009 He's Just Not That into You Beth Murphy [32]
Love Happens Eloise Chandler [33]
2010 The Bounty Hunter Nicole Hurley [34]
The Switch Kassie Larson Also executive producer [35]
2011 Just Go with It Katherine Murphy / Devlin Maccabee [36]
Horrible Bosses Dr. Julia Harris [37]
2012 Wanderlust Linda Gergenblatt [38]
$ellebrity Herself Documentary film [39]
2013 We're the Millers Sarah "Rose" O'Reilly [40]
Life of Crime Margaret "Mickey" Dawson Also executive producer [41]
2014 Horrible Bosses 2 Dr. Julia Harris [42]
She's Funny That Way Jane Claremont [43]
Cake Claire Simmons Also executive producer [44]
Journey to Sundance Herself Documentary film [45]
2015 Unity Narrator [46]
2016 Mother's Day Sandy Newhouse [47]
Storks Sarah Gardner (voice) [48]
Office Christmas Party Carol Vanstone [49]
2017 The Yellow Birds Maureen Murphy Also executive producer [50]
2018 Dumplin' Rosie Dickson Also executive producer [51]
2019 Murder Mystery Denotes films that have not yet been released [52]

Television

Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released Denotes series that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1990 Molloy Courtney Walker Series regular (7 episodes) [53]
Camp Cucamonga Ava Schector Television film [54]
1990–1991 Ferris Bueller Jeannie Bueller Series regular (13 episodes) [55]
1992 Quantum Leap Kiki Wilson Episode: "Nowhere to Run" [56]
1992–1993 The Edge Various characters Series regular (20 episodes) [57]
1992–1993 Herman's Head Suzie Brooks 2 episodes [58]
1993 Sunday Funnies Various characters Television film [59]
1994 Muddling Through Madeline Drego Cooper Series regular (10 episodes) [60]
1994–2004 Friends Rachel Green Main role [61]
1994 Burke's Law Linda Campbell Episode: "Who Killed the Beauty Queen?" [62]
1995 The Larry Sanders Show Herself Episode: "Conflict of Interest" [63]
1995–2016 Saturday Night Live Herself (Host / Cameos) 4 episodes [64]
1996 Partners CPA Suzanne Episode: "Follow the Clams?" [65]
1998 Disney's Hercules Galatea (voice) Episode: "Hercules and the Dream Date" [66]
1999 South Park Mrs. Stevens (voice) Episode: "Rainforest Shmainforest" [67]
2003 King of the Hill Pepperoni Sue / Stephanie (voice) Episode: "Queasy Rider" [68]
2007 Dirt Tina Harrod Episode: "Ita Missa Est" [69]
2008 30 Rock Claire Harper Episode: "The One with the Cast of Night Court" [70]
2010 Cougar Town Glenn Episode: "All Mixed Up" [71]
2011 Five None Director and also executive producer
Television film
Segment: "Mia"
[72]
2012 Burning Love Dana Web series
2 episodes
[73]
2013 Call Me Crazy: A Five Film None Executive producer
Television film
[74]
2017 The Gong Show Herself (Guest Judge) Episode: "Will Arnett/Jennifer Aniston/Jack Black" [75]
2019 The Morning Show Denotes series that have not yet been released TBA Filming
Executive producer
[76]

Music video appearances

Video games

Year Title Role Ref(s)
1997 Steven Spielberg's Director's Chair Laura [80]

Theater

Production Year Theater Role Ref(s)
Dancing on Checker's Grave 1988 St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery Lisa [81]
For Dear Life 1988–1989 The Public Theater Emily [82]
We Interrupt This Program 1995 Tiffany Theater [83]
Three Girls and Bob 2006 American Airlines Theatre Helena [84]
Ramen Noodle 2009 Danielle [85]
The Bitch Downstairs 2010 Dead dog (Uncredited) [86]

Commercials

Company Year Title Ref(s)
Windows 95 1995 "Microsoft Windows 95 Video Guide" [87]
Lynx 1997 "Dream Dates" [88]
L'Oréal "Elvive" [89]
1998 "Elnett" [90]
Heineken 2005 "It's All About The Beer" [91]
Smartwater 2011 "Jennifer Aniston Goes Viral" [92]
2012 "The Jennifer Aniston Security Tapes" [93]
Sky Broadband "Sky Switch Squad" [94]
Aveeno 2013 Positively Radiant [95]
2014 Daily Moisturizing Lotion & Body Wash [96]
Positively Radiant Face Moisturizer [97]
2015 Daily Moisturizing Lotion [98]
Positively Radiant Moisturizer [99]
Positively Radiant Skin Brightening Daily Scrub [100]
Living Proof 2014 Good Hair Day [101]
Emirates 2015 "Emirates A380 featuring Jennifer Aniston" [102]
2016 "Jen's Back" [103]
Eyelove "Dry Eyes" [104]

See also

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