Much like her five co-stars, Jenniefer Aniston made a name for herself with Friends. The timeless sitcom made Aniston one of the 1990s biggest stars, and, out of the six friends, she’s the one who’s found the most success after the show came to an end. The actress mostly starred in comedies and romantic comedies, but more recently she started branching out and taking roles in drama movies.
Aniston has also made some guest appearances on TV shows, and, in 2019, she’s set to return to the small screens in a starring role in The Morning Show, as well as two Netflix movies: Murder Mystery and First Ladies. Over the years, the actress has kept pretty busy, so today we’re listing her ten best roles after Friends.
LIFE OF CRIME
Adapted from Elmore Leonard’s 1978 novel The Switch, the 2014 movie Life of Crime stars Jennifer Aniston as a stoic socialite Mickey Dawson who becomes the target of an ill-planned kidnapping plot. When her rich husband, who happens to be on the cusp on filing for divorce, refuses to pay the ransom her kidnappers must find a way to turn the tables.
In 2016, the Friends star voiced Sarah Garnder in the animated movie Storks. The movie follows the hotshot delivery stork and his female human partner who work at an Amazon-like distribution center. After receiving a letter from a boy, the two end up accidentally creating a baby at the defunct baby factory and traveling to deliver said baby to the boy’s family. Aniston portrays the boy’s overprotective workaholic mother who initially opposes the idea of a brother.
In the 2012 David Wain movie Wanderlust, Jennifer Aniston reunited with her Friends co-star Paul Rudd, aka Phoebe’s husband Mike Hannigan. The two star as a married couple who escapes their modern life by joining a hippie commune in Georgia. The film got mixed reviews from the critics and definitely doesn’t always hit the mark, but both Rudd and Aniston turn in excellent performances.
WE’RE THE MILLERS
In 2013, Jennifer Aniston starred alongside Jason Sudeikis, Emma Roberts, and Will Pouter in the comedy movie We’re the Millers, which follows a small-town pot dealer played by Sudeikis who convinces his neighbors to help him smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States by pretending to be his family. The film didn’t earn any points with the critics, but the audiences loved it.
In the 2010 romantic comedy The Switch, directed by Josh Gordon, Jennifer Aniston stars opposite Jason Bateman, as Kassie, a smart, fun-loving single woman who decides to have a baby with a little help from a charming sperm donor. However, seven years after the fact, it turns out that due to a last-minute switch (get it?) the donor was, in fact, her best friend Wally.
In 2018, Jennifer Aniston starred in Dumplin’, a coming-of-age comedy film created by Anne Fletcher and written by Kristin Hahn. The movie follows Willowdean Dickson, nicknamed Dumplin’, the plus-size teenage daughter of a former beauty queen Rosie Dickson, portrayed by Aniston. Dumplin’ signs up for her mom’s Miss Teen Bluebonnet pageant as a form of protest, and it all comes to a head when other contestants follow in her footsteps, revolutionizing their small Texas town.
MARLEY & ME
Marley & Me isn’t for the faint of heart. If, however, you don’t mind bawling your eyes out then you should totally watch this heartwarming and heart-wrenching romantic comedy. Starring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston as a young married couple, John and Jenny, who decides to adopt a dog, Marley, to see if they’re ready to raise a family.
Cougar Town is 2009 sitcom that starred Courteney Cox, aka Monica Geller from Friends, as Jules Cobb – a recently divorced woman in her 40s facing new challenges together with her son and friends. In the first episode of season two, titled “All Mixed Up”, Monica and Rachel reunited when Jennifer Aniston guest-starred as Jules’ new therapist named Glenn.
Directed by Seth Gordon, the 2011 movie Horrible Bosses follows the three friends portrayed by Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis, who decide to murder their respective abusive bosses, portrayed by Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, and Colin Farrell. The movie received generally positive reviews and was met with commercial success at the box office.
The 2014 film Cake, directed by Daniel Barnz, written by Patrick Tobin, and starring Jennifer Aniston, was a box office flop. That being said, the movie wasn’t a complete failure for Aniston as her rare dramatic performance was highly praised and brought her nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards and Golden Globe Award. Some even called it Oscar-worthy.
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