Jennifer Aniston

Biography

Jennifer Joanna Aniston (born February 11, 1969) is an American actress, filmmaker, and businesswoman. She gained worldwide recognition 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 Awa...

38 titles Acting Directing

Murder Mystery

2019 · Audrey Spitz

7.0

Dumplin'

2018 · Rosie Dickson

5.7

The Yellow Birds

2018 · Maureen Murphy

5.6

Mother's Day

2016 · Sandy

5.8

Office Christmas Party

2016 · Carol Vanstone

6.8

Storks

2016 · Sarah Gardner (voice)

6.1

She's Funny That Way

2015 · Jane Claremont

6.4

Cake

2014 · Claire Simmons

6.3

Horrible Bosses 2

2014 · Julia Harris

7.0

We're the Millers

2013 · Rose O'Reilly

5.8

Life of Crime

2013 · Mickey Dawson

5.6

Wanderlust

2012 · Linda

6.9

Horrible Bosses

2011 · Julia Harris

6.4

Just Go with It

2011 · Katherine Murphy

5.6

The Bounty Hunter

2010 · Nicole Hurley

6.1

The Switch

2010 · Kassie Larson

5.9

Management

2009 · Sue Claussen

5.7

Love Happens

2009 · Eloise Chandler

6.4

He's Just Not That Into You

2009 · Beth Murphy

7.1

Marley & Me

2008 · Jennifer Grogan

5.8

Friends with Money

2006 · Olivia

5.8

The Break-Up

2006 · Brooke Meyers

5.5

Rumor Has It...

2005 · Sarah Huttinger

6.6

Derailed

2005 · Lucinda Harris

5.9

Along Came Polly

2004 · Polly Prince

6.7

Bruce Almighty

2003 · Grace Connelly

6.4

The Good Girl

2002 · Justine Last

6.2

Rock Star

2001 · Emily Poule

8.0

The Iron Giant

1999 · Annie Hughes (voice)

7.8

Office Space

1999 · Joanna

6.0

The Object of My Affection

1998 · Nina Borowski

3.9

The Thin Pink Line

1998 · Clove

4.8

Til There Was You

1997 · Debbie

5.5

Picture Perfect

1997 · Kate Mosley

6.0

She's the One

1996 · Renee Donati Fitzpatrick

6.2

Dream for an Insomniac

1996 · Allison

4.7

Leprechaun

1993 · Tory Reding

6.0

Camp Cucamonga

1990 · Ava Schector

3.4

Mac and Me

1988 · Dancer in McDonald's

1 titles Acting Directing

7.0

Five

2011 · Director