Jennifer Aniston Wins Lifetime Achievement Earmuff Award
Frequent Frat Pack costar Jennifer Aniston won the Lifetime Achievement Award Earmuff Award presented by the Frat Pack Tribute editors. Aniston has costarred with most of the Frat Pack actors and several close associates and always seems to be the perfect comic foil.
One of Aniston’s early roles was in The Object of Affection, opposite a then-unknown Paul Rudd. The pair costarred this year in Wanderlust. Aniston has also starred with Vince Vaughn in The Break-Up, Owen Wilson in Marley & Me, and with Ben Stiller in Along Came Polly. Aniston appeared in Stiller’s web series Burning Love in 2012.
The actress has also appeared with Frat Pack friends John C. Reilly in The Good Girl, Jim Carrey (and briefly with Steve Carell) in Bruce Almighty, and Jason Bateman in The Switch and Horrible Bosses. Aniston has We’re the Millers with Ed Helms and Jason Sudeikis on tap for 2013.
The actress showed great comedic timing with Jack Black at the Oscars in 2009 and of course is familiar to audiences from her many years on Friends. In addition to Paul Rudd who had a recurring role on the sitcom, Ben Stiller famously guested on the show. Aniston is currently engaged to Tropic Thunder co-writer Justin Theroux, who also appeared in Wanderlust. So, the wedding guest list might be a who’s who of Frat Pack stars.
The beautiful and comedically gifted Jennifer Aniston always delivers as an equal costar with her male counterparts and the Tribute editors are pleased to recognize her many and varied accomplishments.