If there’s one unforgettable character that Jennifer Aniston ever played, it would be Rachel Green from “Friends.” Aniston was a well-known face before the show, but when “Friends” happened, her career scaled to new heights.

Not only did “Friends” help build her career graph. But also a lot of girls started associating with her character, and the men couldn’t have enough of her. 

After “Friends” ended in 2004, Jennifer Aniston played various roles in movies that won the hearts of the audience as well. Undoubtedly, fans will always be in awe of Rachel Green. But besides “Friends,” Aniston has gifted her fans with many other interesting roles too.

What Were Her Projects Prior To “Friends”?

Not many might be aware that before Aniston appeared on “Friends,” she was part of a horror film titled “Leprechaun” (1993). She had also done a couple of TV shows like “Muddling Through” and “The Edge.”

She Took Up Projects While Simultaneously Working On “Friends”

While she was working on “Friends,” Aniston was simultaneously focusing on a few other projects. During her decade-long stint on the sitcom, she also appeared on other TV shows like “Burke’s Law,” “Partners,” “South Park” and “King Of The Hill.”

Aniston also managed to be a part of some of the most iconic romantic comedies. Some of them are “Picture Perfect,” “Office Space,” “Bruce Almighty” and “Along Came Polly.”

What Happened After “Friends” Ended?

While fans were still having the “Friends” hangover, a year later in 2005, she starred in “Rumor Has It” and “The Break-Up.” Post that, there was no stopping the actress.

Given that she had proven her mettle as a notable actress in “Friends” and the kind of massive popularity it followed, Aniston was offered some of the most entertaining and engaging scripts. “Marley & Me,” “He’s Just Not That Into You” and “The Switch” can be easily called as Aniston’s best performances.

She Wasn’t Afraid To Experiment With Different Genres

Aniston never shied away from experimenting with different genres too. The gorgeous actress also took up quite a few comedy films like “Horrible Bosses,” “Wanderlust,” “We’re The Millers” and “Office Christmas Party.” Her role in 2014’s “Cake” was a rather dramatic one.

Jennifer Aniston Jennifer Aniston attends the 2018 InStyle Awards at The Getty Center on Oct. 22, 2018, in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer