Jennifer Aniston is one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, and it seems like she has a time machine because she never seems to age. So how does she stay looking so great all the time? Well, we know the Aveeno spokeswoman is all about fitness and health, and in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she shared some of her beauty secrets.
Aniston sat down with comedian Amy Sedaris to discuss her beauty rituals, what job she has her sights set on outside of acting, and a few other surprising things we didn’t know about the actress. Here’s what we learned from her no-holds-barred interview — including what she called the “dream” job that she hopes to have one day.
She de-spooks her houses
Yes, it’s true that Aniston actually has to have a house de-spooked before she can move into it. This stems from a supernatural experience she said she had years ago in one of her very first homes. She recalls:
One of the first houses I rented was in Laurel Canyon, and things would literally fall off the shelves, the televisions and stereo system would all of a sudden blast, and the coffeemaker would start making coffee. My roommate at the time, who talked to dead people, if that doesn’t sound too crazy, did a little ceremony, and that freaked me out. I was new to Los Angeles and the spirit, past lives, New Age thing. And now every house I go to, I have a healer or a medium come through. This makes me sound like an absolute insane human being.
She is best known for her role as Rachel Green in the 90s sitcom Friends.
And Jennifer Aniston proved she hasn’t aged a day as she got to work on the set of her new movie Dumplin’ in Atlanta, Georgia, on Wednesday.
The actress, 48, transformed into the epitome of a suburban mom as she prepared to shoot new scenes for the forthcoming dramedy.
Silver-screen queen: Jennifer Aniston proved she hasn’t aged a day as she got to work on the set of her new movie Dumplin’ in Atlanta, Georgia, on Wednesday
The star showed off her slim figure as she wore a light green floral pencil skirt with a brown belt and a beige blouse.
Jennifer accessorized with a watch, earrings, and a dainty silver necklace as she assumed her role on set.
The actress wore her locks perfectly styled in an up-do that accentuated her glowing skin as she strolled around in a pair of comfortable flip-flops.
The star will be playing Rosie Dickson, a former pageant queen and mother in the new movie.
Mom’s the word! The actress, 48, transformed into the epitome of a suburban mom as she prepared to shoot new scenes for the forthcoming dramedy
Ageless: The star showed off her slim figure as she wore a light green floral pencil skirt with a brown belt and a beige blouse
Dumplin’ was originally a teen novel written by Julie Murphy, and later was bought by Disney to make into a film adaptation.
The silver-screen queen will be working along side Danielle Macdonald, Luke Benward and Dove Cameron.
Jennifer is happily married to hunky actor Justin Theroux, 46.
The couple began dating in 2011 and later tied the knot in August 2015 at their Bel-Air estate.
Best friends: Besides marriage and filming movies, Jennifer will be working on an untitled TV series with her A-list friend Reese Witherspoon (pictured in October 2011)
Besides marriage and movies, Jennifer will be working on an untitled TV series with her A-list friend Reese Witherspoon.
Reese announced on Bravo that she will both star in and produce a TV show with Jennifer based on morning talk show hosts.
The starlets first met on the set of Friends in the 90s when they played sisters and have gone on to become best friends in real life.
Reese told People: ‘[We’re having] so much fun brainstorming and laughing and sending each other emails. We’re having a great time.’
Throwback: The starlets first met on the set of Friends in the 90s when they played sisters and have gone on to become friends in real life (Jennifer pictured in 2003)
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Jake Gyllenhaal badly wants to be a dad. He’s gotta be one! Get Jake a baby! The actor stars in the upcoming Stronger as Jeff Bauman, a real-life survivor of the Boston Marathon bombing and father to three-year-old Nora. While promoting the film, he told People, “I want to continue becoming more of an adult than I already am. Hopefully with a family of my own.”
Maybe that’s overstating his enthusiasm about prospective fatherhood, but he does admit eagerly and often that a kid could be nice. Allie Jones at The Cut dug up interviews from 2015, when he went on a tear of baby talk while promoting Southpaw (it was pertinent-ish; he plays a dad who boxes). “I would love for it not to be fictional,” he said, referring to the fatherly part. He told Entertainment Tonight that fatherhood “is definitely a dream of mine, should I be lucky to have that to happen.” Of being a “father and husband,” he told The Inquirer, “there is no other purpose I can see in the world than that.”
Sure, he could be treating his fans like nosy aunts, nodding along as we wonder when he’s going to settle down with someone nice. He must know he’s feeding a certain kind of tabloid beast. Look no further than one Jennifer Aniston, who seems permanently steeped in rumors about babies—wanting them, having them, adopting them, desperately trying to get them. Though in Aniston’s case, the stories are rarely tied to her own talk, except for when she wrote an op-ed last year saying, “I am not pregnant. What I am is fed up.” For over a decade, tabloids have spoken for her on the subject.
Here’s a sample of covers from the last decade or so: “Jen Twins!,” “Jen’s Big Secret Pregnant!,” “Jen’s Finally Pregnant! First Bump Pic (World Exclusive)!,” “Jen’s Pregnant,” “Yes! I Am Having a Baby” (featuring Jen), “Jen Adopts Two Girls!,” “Jen: Pregnant Bride!,” “Finally! They’re Both Pregnant” (featuring Jen and Kate Middleton), “Jen’s Shocking News: I’m Finally Pregnant!,” “Pregnant and Alone” (guess who), “I’ll Raise This Baby Alone” (guess who again), “Jen’s Pregnancy Secret: ‘I’m Having a Baby!,’” “Pregnant at 40!,” and “Jen Baby Joy at 48!”
Gyllenhaal isn’t free from all of the indignities that come with celebrity, for whom it always seems to be open season on their private lives. Just try to ask him about Taylor Swift. Go on. Try. But at 36 he gets to talk freely about a potential future family, without the tabloid shaming and implied ticking biological clock that female celebrities get. Perhaps he’s just enjoying that freedom; perhaps, in a fantasy version of this scenario, he’s made a pact with Aniston to talk about kids a ton and take the focus off of her.
Jennifer Aniston looks as good as she did 20 years ago.
And the 48-year-old Friends vet proved that again this week as she took the cover of The Hollywood Reporter along with longtime pal Jennifer Meyer, who is a jewelry designer and the estranged wife of Gatsby actor Tobey Maguire.
The blonde bombshell revealed that the LA native made her all-time favorite item of jewelry: her wedding band from husband Justin Theroux, who she wed in 2015. ‘It’s the one piece I never take off,’ said the Horrible Bosses star.
Pals for life: Jennifer Aniston posed with jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer for the new cover of The Hollywood Reporter
Meyer made Aniston’s wedding band for her 2015 nuptials to Justin Theroux. Seen in February
The two looked to be in good spirits as they cuddled up for the cover.
For the interview, the gem expert said: ‘It’s a company that I started completely on my own, and every year there has been growth — I’ve never borrowed a penny or gotten an investment,’ Meyer said.
She said she only saved $7,500 to launch her business.
‘I’ve never paid anyone to wear my jewelry — Jen [Aniston], Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow have all been supportive.
‘People want a little piece of what these women have to offer, so yes, it’s 100 percent good for my sales.’
It doesn’t hurt that her father is movie mogul Ron Meyer.
But it was Tobey who got her started.
There are her earrings: Meyer said her favorite jewelry moment was when ‘Jen wore large circle earrings to the Leftovers premiere with a little black leather dress’
See it? ‘Her hair was tucked back behind her ear, so the jewelry was fully on display,’ she added. Seen in April
‘He used a Star Wars quote — “There is no try, only do” — and that got me,’ she said.
Her first big hit was a gold leaf necklace.
‘I asked Jen’s stylists Nina and Clare Hallworth if they wouldn’t mind looking at my pieces, not even thinking anyone would wear them.
‘Tobey and I were on vacation, and somebody brought a magazine, and there was Jen wearing my leaf.’
Her man: Justin seen in New York City on Tuesday afternoon
Blonde ambition: The beauty also took this month’s cover of Harper’s Bazaar
As far as her dad, she said: ‘My dad is my best friend, my mentor, but he’s never made a call to help me with something that I should do on my own. He would rather quit his job. He is so respectful to people at Universal, and he would never want them to think they were doing him a favor.’
Meyer said her favorite jewelry moment was when ‘Jen wore large circle earrings to the Leftovers premiere with a little black leather dress.
‘Her hair was tucked back behind her ear, so the jewelry was fully on display.’
Aniston has been keeping busy these days.
She’s filming Dumplin’ with Luke Benward. And the blonde is also putting a TV project together with Reese, who has just come off the Emmy favorite Big Little Lies.
There were multiple covers for the special 20 Best Hollywood Designers of 2017 issue.
Also featured in the issue are Zoe Kravitz with Oscar de la Renta‘s Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia/
Evan Rachel Wood was with Joseph Altuzarra.
Kirsten Dunst with Rodarte‘s Kate and Laura Mulleavy.
Olivia Wilde was pictured with Rosie Assoulin.
Her other pal: Reese Witherspoon also wears plenty of Meyer; seen on Sunday
There seems to be some confusion about a very pressing matter, and the only way it could be hashed out was on Ellen. Naturally, Ellen DeGeneres, Reese Witherspoon and Justin Theroux all think they’re Jennifer Aniston’s best friend. It’s easy enough to do because Aniston seems like a totally delightful and affable person who is friends with everyone, so why wouldn’t this trio of equally delightful people feel like they are her one and only bestie? Of course, it’s all in good fun, but watching DeGeneres, Witherspoon and Theroux duke it out over who is closest to Aniston is still a hoot to watch, so you’ll get no complaints from me in talking about who came out on top.
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The faux dispute began when Witherspoon appeared on Ellen and the subject of her new TV show with Aniston came up. DeGeneres led into the subject by saying Witherspoon was working with Aniston, saying, “I know about this because Jen is, you know, of course a close friend of mine.”
This remark got a quick reply from Witherspoon, who in jest told DeGeneres, “Right. I mean, she’s better friends with me, but…” which only led the two women to go back and forth, delightfully riffing on who is actually better friends with Aniston.
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Sure, DeGeneres and Witherspoon may be on a texting basis with Aniston, and thus, they might feel a bit of a closeness to the actor, but if there’s one strong contender for the title of Jennifer Aniston’s BFF, it’s probably Theroux, aka her husband. Turns out, that’s how Theroux himself feels in this whole dispute, and he’s not wrong for feeling that way.
While appearing on Ellen to talk about his new film, The Lego Ninjago Movie, DeGeneres once again brought up the BFF question by asking him to settle whether he knew whom Aniston considered her best friend. Surprisingly, Theroux chose to throw his own hat in the ring rather than confirm whether it was Witherspoon or DeGeneres. “Well, I’m one of Jen’s best friends,” Theroux remarked. Of course he’d say that; he’s married to her, which DeGeneres rightfully pointed out.
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Theroux also made the fair point that he couldn’t definitively say who would come out on top because “[he’d] get in trouble” with Aniston too. I guess for now we’ll just have to keep in mind that Aniston definitely, totally and absolutely has more than one best friend.
In April 2008, my 27-month-old daughter, Alexis was diagnosed with a terminal and inoperable brain tumor, DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma). Prognosis: Nine to 12 months with currently available standard of care therapies. My level of overall awareness of childhood cancer at that time was rather limited. Despite losing a friend to a brain tumor when we were 13, my grasp on the reality of childhood cancer was created against the backdrop of commercially pleasant images. From that point in time in 2008 to this September 2017 (which happens to be childhood cancer awareness month) the amount of “awareness” has skyrocketed.
From the oft-quoted factual statistics, to the gold ribbon, to the community-wide rallying cry of “go gold,” it is heartening to observe this advance. However, as I have witnessed this positive transformation in the amount of information that is presented to the general public about childhood cancer and the significance of September, I have grown frustrated with the the images presented and the disconnect from the actual experience that is childhood cancer. Put simply, the beautiful images of smiling, bald kids and the celebrities embracing children in fancy buildings are a whitewashed attempt to present a sanitized and almost happy version of what it is really like for a child and family to face the diagnosis of childhood cancer. There are even blatant attempts to remove the uncomfortable realities. So I ask, is this really awareness of childhood cancer that is being raised?
The beautiful images of smiling, bald kids and celebrities embracing them are a whitewashed attempt to present a sanitized and almost happy version of childhood cancer.
When Alexis was diagnosed, the reality of the experience resembled nothing close to the highly-polished images that flash across TV screens today. Jennifer Aniston must not have been available to come play with my daughter on the day she was diagnosed. No, she must have been busy on April 11, 2008 when the attending oncologist and a social worker sat in a small room off the nursing station to discuss Alexis’ MRI results. The doctor looked at her watch, said she would have to leave when her pager beeped, and then broke the news about Alexis’ terminal prognosis. The beeper cut through the horror in that room within minutes and the journey began. At no point in time did any celebrities come to visit Alexis and tout how well these children were being “cured.” No, Alexis was left in her hospital bed with her grandparents by her side, and a void between that little room and where Alexis sat watching videos opened up the size of the Grand Canyon as I tried to grasp the reality of what just transpired.
When Alexis lay dying in her bed, oxygen cannulas in her small nostrils, shallow breaths emanating from her small body, there were no cars covered in handprints in the driveway and no beautiful posed pictures with celebrities talking about 80 percent of children with cancer being cured and no family turned away. That was not the reality of what was happening in Alexis’ bedroom. Alexis died on January 14, 2011. She did not “lose her battle.” Those of us in her bedroom at 3:03 pm that day did not see Alexis sprout angel wings or ride a unicorn over a rainbow to heaven. Her chest stopped rising and falling and her breath went silent. Her cheeks, swollen from steroids, lay motionless and the color began to fade from her beautiful skin. What happened that day is the reality of childhood cancer.
The portrayal of childhood cancer to those outside of the community is simply a fictional creation that fails to present the honest, yet uncomfortable, truth. To the uninitiated, by seeing one of the TV commercials this September that mention childhood cancer, or through chance by reading any number of pieces written about the facts and statistics of childhood cancer, they are left with a complete misunderstanding. People outside of the community that have never spent time on a pediatric oncology floor at a hospital simply cannot comprehend the nature of childhood cancer given how their realities are shaped.
The portrayal of childhood cancer to those outside of the community is simply a fictional creation that fails to present the honest, yet uncomfortable, truth.
Contrary to the images of smiling, bald children at one institution, childhood cancer looks a lot like gaunt kids with blood, tears, vomit, bloating from steroids, IV poles with poison dripping into their veins, oxygen, repeated sedation, morphine pumps for pain, feeding tubes, children being buried and families in horrific pain. Want to know the reality of childhood cancer? Kneel down on the floor holding the hand of a 6-year-old girl while stroking her hair as she lay unconscious taking her last breaths on earth. There were no smiles at my little friend’s funeral, and as I delivered her eulogy, the second one I have given including my own daughter’s, there were only uncontrollable tears. There were no celebrities present on that day either. There were no voiceovers claiming that 80 percent of all children with cancer are “cured.” No, there was just my little friend lying in a coffin and the reality of childhood cancer.
The packaged depiction of childhood cancer that is shoveled down the throats of those who have never been privy to the truth is an intellectually dishonest statement of hope. I understand the reasons behind the marketing of this message; however that does nothing to alleviate my frustration and more importantly, it does nothing to assist those of us working to create new therapies and actually achieve higher survival rates. I had hope each and every day my daughter lived following her diagnosis. And I continue to have hope that the work I dedicate my life to in my role as the Executive Director of the Max Cure Foundation will create more survivors of childhood cancer that do not suffer like those survivors suffer today. I have hope. What I am unwilling to acquiesce to at this point is a false presentation of a disease that kills more children in the United States annually than any other disease.
This marketing does nothing to assist those of us working to create new therapies and actually achieve higher survival rates.
Of course what I am sharing as the reality of childhood cancer would not be easy for most people to watch. It would not include beautiful TV commercials filled with celebrities hanging out with children in a hospital. It would not involve dog and pony shows in front of legislators hushed beneath an umbrella of concern that talking about death and children suffering would scare people. The true reality of childhood cancer looks nothing like that.
There is beauty in the reality of childhood cancer if you look for it. During one of Alexis’ hospital stays, I witnessed that beauty. A frail young girl, perhaps 9 or 10 years old, connected to an IV pole dripping toxic substances into her body, dressed in a pink tutu doing laps around the pediatric cancer ward. Each lap garnered a check mark from one of the nurses on their chalkboard. The little girl was pale and greenish in tone, almost completely bald, and she appeared as though she had not eaten in weeks. Yet, there she was, walking slowly, lap after lap dressed in her pristine pink tutu. I have no idea if she is still alive, but I remember her so vividly. Her image showed me some of the beauty and hope that exists in a childhood cancer ward. Even that image though is not “hopeful” enough for the professional peddlers of the visions presented to those outside the community.
I am still truly thankful to Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Anniston and all the other celebrities we see smiling along with the energetic and bright faces of children with cancer.
I am truly thankful to Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Anniston and all the other celebrities we see smiling along with the energetic and bright faces of children with cancer. I am sure some will read to this point and think I am targeting them personally. I am not. What I wish is that they knew how unrealistic their images are, and the message being sent to those without an immediate connection to what childhood cancer is really like. I wish they understood the unrealistic depiction of children with cancer they are helping to present is actually in some fashion harmful to the thousands of families that have lost a child with cancer, and also more importantly, creates a false notion that childhood cancer is not a pressing concern. I wish that there were not attempts to sanitize the reality that in many instances childhood cancer means children dying horribly painful deaths. It is a truly scary and remarkably frustrating truth that some who have the mission of raising awareness and funding for research seek to remove the realities of childhood cancer because it is simply too unpleasant.
September is childhood cancer awareness month… The question is, are you really aware about childhood cancer?
Jennifer Aniston–the Jennifer Aniston who says “holy crap!”–keeps it saucy for this Harper’s Bazaar interview. Like a celebrity tanning naked in the driveway at wine o’clock, she raps with Amy Sedaris (her friend; omg) on communing with the dead, knocking down walls on a whim, and vitamins vitamins vitamins! while dropping the s-bomb with reckless abandon. The water and lotion salesman I knew last spring is dead. This is a loose cannon I want to adopt as my quirky woo woo roommate; I might come home to a rubble of plaster and drywall, or a $500 dinner of kale and apple cider vinaigrette. Anything could happen, and every day would be a thrill.
Jennifer Aniston on crap:
When Justin proposed he put that freaking ring on my finger, and I was like, “Holy crap, now I’m gonna have to get manicures.” [Laughs]
Jennifer Aniston on how watching television is like puking in a fun way:
It’s sad to see the filmmaker’s and everyone’s hard work diminished down to a computer screen. But it is fun to sit in bed and binge-watch. You can just dive through them like an eating disorder.
Jennifer Aniston on demolishing walls:
You should have seen Justin. We walked in one day after they’d been doing the demo, and he was like, “Holy sh-t. What are we doing?” And I was like, “We’re redoing the house, babe. We gotta take the wall down to put up a nicer one.”
Apropos of nothing, Amy Sedaris asks her if she “ever had to de-spook a house.” Why, it’s funny she should ask!
One of the first houses I rented was in Laurel Canyon, and things would literally fall off the shelves, the televisions and stereo system would all of a sudden blast, and the coffeemaker would start making coffee. My roommate at the time, who talked to dead people, if that doesn’t sound too crazy, did a little ceremony, and that freaked me out. I was new to Los Angeles and the spirit, past lives, New Age thing. And now every house I go to, I have a healer or a medium come through. This makes me sound like an absolute insane human being. [Laughs]
Jennifer Aniston laughs. She laughs like an absolute insane human being, and I love her.
Mel B’s (Scary Spice’s) ex-husband sounds like an asshole. Not only has he dragged her daughter and Eddie Murphy into the divorce proceedings, but he’s now bringing a sex tape into it, the Sun reports, meaning that their kids will be exposed to it. She also claimed that he abused her and controlled her $54 million fortune. Good to know: don’t marry Stephen Belafonte.
- The other Jennifer, carefully concocted free spirit, is on the press tour again. Get ready for even more gratuitous Jennifer details, courtesy of Jennifer. [Daily Mail]
- Jennifer Garner is selling baby food like you know she would. [Celebitchy]
- According to Inquisitr, several employees of Jessica Biel’s restaurant “Au Fudge” are suing for half a million dollars which they’re alleging they never received. [Inquisitr]
- Demi Lovato “loves who she loves” but she doesn’t want to put a label on it. [People]
- Angelina Jolie explains her tattoos, but they’re disappointingly bland Buddhist mantras and Arabic scripts. [Daily Mail]
Rohan Oza is ramping up for his big TV debut.
The Indian-born and Africa-raised brand guru has just joined the cast of Shark Tank and admits that he is a bit ‘nervous’ but ready to fight it out.
The entrepreneur spoke with DailyMail.com about why he wanted to hit the small screen as he reveals what it’s really like to work with Jennifer Aniston, Rihanna, Justin Timberlake and 50 Cent.
New job: Rohan Oza is joining Shark Tank. He talked to DailyMail.com about the new gig
She’s smart! The star worked with Jennifer Aniston on her partnership with SmartWater
Though one of his first deals was with 50 Cent and Vitamin water, the star said that he gets asked most about working with Aniston, the blonde bombshell who got her start on TV’s Friends.
‘She is a beautiful woman, just look at her!’ he began.
The beauty has been the face of Smartwater for 12 years and he says she is one of the most likable people in the US, even today.
Tops: The beauty has been the face of Smartwater for 12 years and he says she is one of the most likable people in the US, even today
‘We were sitting in a room and we listed the top 16 most famous people in America,’ he said.
‘We narrowed down the list over and over again until we all agreed Jennifer was our favorite.’
She was new to branding but agreed to work with Smartwater as she was a big fan of the product.
Thumb’s up: when she got on set everyone was impressed because she was incredibly attractive and the camera loved her. She also was so professional and she really got into her shoot,’ he said
‘She had already been drinking Smartwater and liked it, she liked the message,’ said Oza.
The brand guru is seen with a date at the GQ Gentlemen’s Ball in New York in 2010
‘And when she got on set everyone was impressed because she was incredibly attractive and the camera loved her. She also was so professional and she really got into her shoot.
‘And Aniston also brought ideas to the shoot, she came with input.
‘It was her idea to bring in a fitness angle. At first we just wanted her to look beautiful, we were going for beauty. But she said let’s take pictures with workout clothes on in a gym setting. It was a good idea and I think added a lot to the brand.’
The shoots have also included photos of her walking her dog and standing by her swimming pool.
‘She is one of those faces that everyone loves, she is a brand natural. Smartwater was very happy to work with her and they continue to this day, 12 years later, to have a partnership with her.’
He is also a fan of Timberlake, who he has worked with on Bai.
‘He is very intelligent,’ begins Rohan.
Another good one: As far as working with Rihanna on Vita Coco, he said she’s ‘creative’ and ‘smart,’ and ‘a lot more business minded than anyone would know’
‘He had a huge impact on the product. He created the campaign for the Super Bowl. He believed in the brand and he really has a head for business.’
As far as working with Rihanna on Vita Coco, he said she’s ‘creative’ and ‘smart,’ and ‘a lot more business minded than anyone would know.’
He also noted that she is ‘naturally brand savvy.’
Touchdown: He is also a fan of Timberlake, who he has worked with on Bai. ‘He is very intelligent,’ begins Rohan
‘She’s smart, I give full credit to her because she knows how to choose the right image,’ he added.
Rohan got his start at Coca-Cola working on Sprite and Powerade. He worked with Missy Elliott and Kobe Bryant.
Talking the talk: Oza on stage during the Children Matter. NGO first annual gala in 2015
But when he went off on his own, he had a great idea.
Instead of paying the stars a fee, he made them part owner of the company.
His first big deal was with 50 Cent and Vitamin Water in 2004.
‘It was an equity deal,’ he said. ‘It started a pop culture phenomenon. Everyone did well on that, 50, the employees, everyone got happy.’
Now that he’s on Shark Tank, he said he’s happy to be inspiring others.
‘I’m thrilled to be on Shark Tank,’ he said. ‘What I love about the show is that it’s inspirational. It taps into America’s entrepreneurial spirit.’
Shark Tank has its two hour season premiere on ABC on Sunday, October 1.
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Jennifer Joanna Anastassakis, meglio nota come Jennifer Aniston (Los Angeles, 11 febbraio 1969), è un’attrice, regista e produttrice cinematografica statunitense.
La Aniston ha ottenuto il riconoscimento in tutto il mondo per aver interpretato Rachel Green nella popolare sitcom televisiva Friends (1994-2004), un ruolo che le è valso un Premio Emmy, un Golden Globe e uno Screen Actors Guild Award. Il personaggio era molto popolare durante la messa in onda della serie, ed è stato riconosciuto come uno dei “100 più grandi personaggi femminili in televisione negli Stati Uniti”.
I suoi successi al botteghino includono Una settimana da Dio (2003), Ti odio, ti lascio, ti… (2006), Io & Marley (2008), Mia moglie per finta (2011), Come ammazzare il capo e vivere felici (2011) e Come ti spaccio la famiglia (2013), ognuno dei quali hanno incassato oltre $200 milioni di entrate in tutto il mondo. Le sue interpretazioni più acclamate sono in The Good Girl (2002) e Cake (2014), per il quale ha ricevuto una candidatura per il Golden Globe per la migliore attrice in un film drammatico e agli Screen Actors Guild Awards. È cofondatrice, nel 2008, della società di produzione Echo Films.
Nel 2004, la Aniston è stata classificata “la donna più bella” dal periodico People, ed è stata eletta la “donna più sexy di tutti i tempi” nel 2011. Nel 2012, ha ricevuto una stella sulla Hollywood Walk of Fame, ed è una delle attrici più pagate di Hollywood. Nel 2007, è stata classificata come “11ª donna più ricca nel settore dello spettacolo”, con una fortuna stimata di $110 milioni. È stata inserita da molte riviste negli elenchi di donne più belle del mondo.
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Jennifer Aniston is no stranger to the wellness world. She’s very into yoga and spinning and is all about developing a better connection to her mind, emotions, and body. Recently, we learned that her secret to looking the same for decades has been her knack for prioritizing “me” time and putting self-care above all else. (P.S. Here’s how to make time for self-care when you have none.)
In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the 48-year-old actress also opened up about her dreams of opening a wellness center so that maybe we common folk have a shot at looking (and feeling!) just as good as she does.
“I have a fantasy where you have this beautiful space with facialists, rotating workouts, meditation classes, and a café with recipes that are healthier versions of delicious foods so you’re not deprived,” she told the magazine. (Related: Jennifer Aniston Confesses Her 10-Minute Workout Secret)
She continued by adding that she wants to create an experience that’s relaxing and refueling and allows people to prepare for whatever life throws at them once they leave. “I’m working on it in my brain,” she said. “Not to sound all woo-woo, but if you go out into the world with inner peace, you’re more joyful. There’s a life’s-too-short policy that I now have with my work; no negative Nancies.” Um, where do we sign up?
Be strong #jen
The Oscar-nominee also opened up about her ever-evolving beauty routine. Her morning go-to? Apple cider vinegar—along with vitamins. “Vitamins. Vitamins. Vitamins. I take a lot of vitamins,” she shared. (Related: What Vitamins Should I Be Taking?)
That said, she’ll be the first to admit that in today’s world it’s hard to keep up with wellness trends. “I’m not going to lie,” she says. “It changes all the time because someone will say, ‘Oh, my God, you don’t take activated charcoal?’ Then you go down a Googling hole to understand the benefits of that, or turmeric or dandelion for water retention.” Yep, you definitely can’t (and shouldn’t!) try every wellness trend out there, and it’s important to do your research first. Thanks for the #realtalk reminder, Jen.