The daughter of actors, Jennifer Aniston had an early stage career in New York City before moving back to her native Los Angeles to break into television and film. An appearance in the horror film Leprechaun was her biggest break until she was cast as in the series Friends as Rachel Green, one of six twenty-somethings living together in New York. Her portrayal of sweet, spoiled Rachel made Aniston one of Friends’ most popular cast members, and her haircut inspired copycat styles across America.
By the time Friends ended its decade-long run in 2004, Aniston had already ventured back onto the big screen with parts in the indie films Office Space and The Good Girl, as well as a co-starring role with Jim Carrey in Bruce Almighty. She continued to act in comedies like He’s Just Not That Into You and Horrible Bosses throughout the 2000s, and she received critical praise for her performance in the dark drama Cake in 2014.
Aniston launched her debut fragrance, developed and distributed with Falic Fashion Group, in 2010. This scent, simply called Jennifer Aniston, was designed to capture the actress’s olfactory memories of Southern California: night-blooming jasmine, salty air, sand, and the tropical scent of suntan oil. Like the actress herself, this namesake fragrance is warm, easygoing, and feminine.