Jennifer Aniston: From "Friends" to Icon
Jennifer Aniston is an American actress and producer best known for playing Rachel Green on "Friends" and in other films.
Aniston was born in California in 1969 to an acting family. Before "Friends" in 1994, she had modest roles in TV and film.
Rachel Green on "Friends" made Aniston famous. She performed the character for 10 seasons, winning several awards and becoming a TV star.
After "Friends," Aniston had a successful cinematic career in comedies, dramas, and romantic pictures. Her performances have garnered praise and award nominations.
Aniston married twice and has several high-profile relationships. She supports AIDS and cancer research.
Over the years, Aniston has donated to many organisations. She supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Stand Up to Cancer, and others.
Aniston has won a Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, and Primetime Emmy.
Jennifer Aniston has become an idol to millions of fans worldwide. Aniston's "Friends" debut, filmography, and philanthropy have shaped popular culture.