Jennifer Aniston
Tyler Boye for WWD
United States
2021

Echo Films

Jennifer
Aniston

Seventeen years after “Friends,” fans are still fervent for their Central Perk buddies, including Aniston, who joined her co-stars for “Friends: The Reunion” on HBO Max in May 2021. The Emmy-nominated special was watched by 29% of U.S. streaming households when it premiered, giving the new streamer a crucial boost one year after its launch. Aniston’s career continues to flourish with a SAG win and 2020 Emmy and Golden Globe noms for “The Morning Show,” which she stars in and co-executive produces with Reese Witherspoon, its second season premiering on Apple TV+ in September, Aniston remains in-demand across platforms with upcoming Netflix films “Murder Mystery 2” and “First Ladies,” plus features “Hail Mary” and “Parents Who Party.”

Career

  • MURDER MYSTERY
  • FRIENDS
  • THE MORNING SHOW

Variety Honors

  • 2020 Variety500 Honoree
  • Variety Power of Women
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