Jennifer Aniston puts name in star on Walk of Fame


Actress Jennifer Aniston was honoured with a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame on Wednesday, the first of the ‘Friends’ actors to receive the emblem of celebrity that she described as “surreal.” “I was born in Sherman Oaks, California. I am a California girl through and through, and I’m sure this is always just sort of been in the back of my mind,” said Aniston at the ceremony. “It probably wasn’t even a dream, it was one of my wildest dreams. I don’t think that I ever even thought that this would be here, this day.
So I am utterly humbled and grateful,” the ‘Friends’ actress told her fans and friends. Aniston was joined by her father John Aniston and ‘Wanderlust’ co-stars including boyfriend Justin Theroux as she received her star. Aniston, 43, rose to fame in the role of Rachel Green in the hit 1990s sitcom ‘Friends,’ for which she won a Golden Globe and Emmy award. Her ‘Friends’ co-stars were not present at the ceremony.
After ‘Friends’ ended in 2004, Aniston made a successful transition into films, with the critically-acclaimed ‘The Good Girl,’ ‘Derailed’ and numerous comedies including ‘The Break-Up,’ ‘The Switch’ and ‘Horrible Bosses.’ The actress will next be seen in comedy ‘Wanderlust’ with Paul Rudd, Malin Akerman and Theroux.