One year prior to landing the role of Rachel on "Friends", Aniston made her big-screen debut in this low-budget horror film.
Jennifer Aniston won over the hearts of television viewers with her role as Rachel Green in the American sitcom "Friends", which continues to live on as one of Netflix's most-watched shows.
"The Object of My Affection" (1998)
"Friends" guest star Paul Rudd played Aniston's love interest in this romantic comedy. Shhhh, don't tell Phoebe (remember, he played the love interest and third husband of Lisa Kudrow's character).
"Office Space" (1999)
Although not a hit initially, this workplace comedy from "Beavis and Butt-Head" creator Mike Judge became a cult sensation on DVD. Aniston has a small but memorable role as a Chotchkie's waitress who clashed with her button-obsessed boss over her lack of "flair."
"The Good Girl" (2002)
This critically-acclaimed black comedy, which grossed over $16 million worldwide, co-starred Jake Gyllenhaal in one of his first major roles, playing the co-worker of Aniston's character, a disaffected woman trapped in a deteriorating marriage.
"Bruce Almighty" (2003)
Aniston accepted the role on the advice of Friends co-star Courteney Cox, who had worked with Jim Carrey on "Ace Ventura" and had the time of her life. She plays the girlfriend of the titular Bruce, who complains to God (Morgan Freeman), who then gives him all his powers.
"Along Came Polly" (2004)
At one point, the in-demand actress reportedly filmed this rom-com (co-starring Ben Stiller) while juggling her roles in "Bruce Almighty" and "Friends" at the same time.
"The Break-Up" (2006)
Aniston's first relationship following her own real-life break-up with Brad Pitt was with Vince Vaughn, her co-star in this romantic comedy about a couple who decide to call it quits. The two broke up after a year. On the plus side, the film grossed over $204 million worldwide.
"Marley & Me" (2008)
This unexpected tearjerker co-starring Owen Wilson set a box office record for biggest Christmas Day opening ever, grossing more than $242 million worldwide.
"Just Go With It" (2011)
Although it was a box office smash, grossing over $214 million worldwide, this Adam Sandler comedy was ripped apart by critics. While the film was ignore during awards season, Aniston and Sandler were nominated for a Golden Raspberry (a.k.a. the Razzie) for Worst Screen Couple.
"Horrible Bosses" (2011)
With her second smash hit of 2011, Aniston proved that she was an even bigger star in her 40s than she was when she was in her 20s and 30s. Aniston stars as one of the titular (and arguably most horrible) horrible bosses. She returned for "Horrible Bosses 2".
"We're the Millers" (2013)
In a summer filled with flops ("Lone Ranger", "After Earth", "White House Down"), this R-rated comedy about a group of strangers impersonating
a family in order to smuggle drugs was one of the few movies to make an enormous profit, grossing over $201 million worldwide.
"Office Christmas Party" (2016)
In this raucous holiday comedy, Aniston plays a no-nonsense CEO who is dead set against her company's office Christmas party, which turns out to be far more crazy than anticipated.
Dumplin’ (Danielle Macdonald) is the plus-size, teenage daughter of Aniston's ormer beauty queen. Mother and daughter clash when Dumplin' signs up for her mom’s pageant as a protest that escalates when other contestants follow her footsteps, revolutionizing the pageant and their small Texas town.