[07/06/11 - 10:02 AM] Summer by Bravo Sizzles as "Inside the Actors Studio" Profiles Jennifer Aniston on Monday, July 11th at 8PM ET/PT In the interview, Aniston reflects on her career including her early days in the movie "Leprechaun" up to her current role in the summer movie "Horrible Bosses."
[via press release from Bravo]
SUMMER BY BRAVO SIZZLES AS "INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO" PROFILES JENNIFER ANISTON ON MONDAY, JULY 11TH 8PM ET/PT
NEW YORK- July 6, 2011- Bravo welcomes Emmy(R) Award-winner and everyone's favorite 'friend" Jennifer Aniston on Monday, July 11 at 8pm et/pt. Aniston has brought her talent for both comedic and serious roles to the large and small screen in fare as varied as "Friends," which earned her five Emmy nominations and a Lead Actress Emmy, blockbusters such as "Bruce Almighty," "Office Space," "The Breakup" and "Marley and Me" and independent films including "The Good Girl." Aniston has repeatedly been named one of People magazine's Most Beautiful People in the World, Woman of the Year by GQ magazine and has won four People's Choice awards as America's favorite television performer. In the interview, Aniston reflects on her career including her early days in the movie "Leprechaun" up to her current role in the summer movie "Horrible Bosses." For a sneak peek:
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