Jennifer Aniston Movies List Box Office Profit Loss

Jennifer Aniston Movies List Box Office Profit Loss

Jennifer Joanna Aniston is an American actress, producer, and businesswoman born on February 11, 1969  in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Sherman Oaks, the daughter of Greek-born actor John Aniston and actress Nancy Dow.

She started acting at an early age with an uncredited role in the 1987 film Mac and Me. Her first major film role came in the 1993 horror comedy Leprechaun.

Since her career grew in the early 1990s, Aniston has been one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actresses.

Aniston rose to international fame for her role as Rachel Green on the television sitcom Friends (1994–2004), for which she earned Primetime Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild awards.

Aniston’s character became widely popular and was described as one of the greatest female characters in American television history.

Played starring roles in numerous dramas, comedies and romantic comedies. Her biggest box office successes include the films Bruce Almighty (2003), The Break-Up (2006), Marley & Me (2008), Just Go with It (2011), Horrible Bosses (2011), and We’re the Millers (2013), each of which grossed over $200 million in worldwide box office receipts.

Some of her most critically acclaimed film roles include Office Space (1999), The Good Girl (2002), Friends with Money (2006), Cake (2014), and Dumplin’ (2018). She returned to television in 2019, producing and starring in the Apple TV+ drama series The Morning Show, for which she won another Screen Actors Guild Award. Wiki

Jennifer Aniston Movies List Box Office Profit Loss

Jennifer Aniston Movies List Box Office Profit Loss

 TitleRelease DateBudgetDomestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
35Dumplin’4-Jan-19$12,000,000$399,198
34The Yellow Birds20-Sep-18 $57,946
33Office Christmas Party9-Dec-16$45,000,000$54,767,494$114,501,299
32Storks23-Sep-16$70,000,000$72,679,278$183,388,953
31Mother’s Day29-Apr-16$25,000,000$32,492,859$48,782,670
30Cake23-Jan-15$8,000,000$1,951,776$2,433,850
29She’s Funny That Way21-Aug-15$10,000,000$111,996$6,034,851
28Horrible Bosses 226-Nov-14$42,000,000$54,445,357$107,645,357
27Life of Crime29-Aug-14$12,000,000$265,452$1,456,675
26We’re the Millers7-Aug-13$37,000,000$150,394,119$269,994,119
25Wanderlust24-Feb-12 $17,450,535$23,812,816
24Horrible Bosses8-Jul-11$35,000,000$117,538,559$209,838,559
23Just Go with It11-Feb-11$80,000,000$103,028,109$214,945,591
22The Switch19-Aug-10$19,000,000$27,779,426$49,843,011
21The Bounty Hunter19-Mar-10$40,000,000$67,061,228$136,333,522
20Love Happens18-Sep-09$18,000,000$22,965,110$36,088,028
19He’s Just Not That into You6-Feb-09$40,000,000$93,953,653$178,866,158
18Management15-May-09$934,658$2,566,648
17Marley & Me25-Dec-08$60,000,000$143,153,751$255,743,093
16The Break-Up2-Jun-06$52,000,000$118,703,275$205,668,210
15Friends with Money7-Apr-06$6,500,000$13,368,437$18,245,244
14Rumor Has It25-Dec-05$70,000,000$43,000,262$88,933,562
13Derailed11-Nov-05$22,000,000$36,024,076$57,479,076
12Along Came Polly16-Jan-04$42,000,000$88,097,164$178,311,729
11Bruce Almighty23-May-03$81,000,000$242,829,261$484,592,874
10The Good Girl7-Aug-02$8,000,000$14,018,296$16,860,964
9Rock Star7-Sep-01$57,000,000$17,008,282$19,334,145
8The Iron Giant3-Aug-99$70,000,000$23,159,305$23,180,087
7Office Space19-Feb-99$10,000,000$10,827,810$10,827,810
6The Object of My Affection17-Apr-98$15,000,000$29,187,243$46,905,889
5Picture Perfect1-Aug-97$19,000,000$31,407,873$44,332,015
4‘Til There Was You30-May-97$10,000,000$3,525,125$3,525,125
3Dream for an Insomniac19-Jun-98 $24,727$24,727
2She’s the One23-Aug-96$3,000,000$9,538,948$9,538,948
1Leprechaun8-Jan-93$1,000,000$8,556,940$8,556,940

Jennifer Aniston Movies Highest BO Grossers 

TitleRelease DateBudgetDomestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
Bruce Almighty23-May-03$81,000,000$242,829,261$484,592,874
We’re the Millers7-Aug-13$37,000,000$150,394,119$269,994,119
Marley & Me25-Dec-08$60,000,000$143,153,751$255,743,093
Just Go with It11-Feb-11$80,000,000$103,028,109$214,945,591
Horrible Bosses8-Jul-11$35,000,000$117,538,559$209,838,559
The Break-Up2-Jun-06$52,000,000$118,703,275$205,668,210

Jennifer Aniston Movies Lowest BO Grossers

TitleRelease DateBudgetDomestic BO CollectionWW BO Collection
Dream for an Insomniac19-Jun-98 $24,727$24,727
The Yellow Birds20-Sep-18 $57,946
Dumplin’4-Jan-19$12,000,000$399,198
Life of Crime29-Aug-14$12,000,000$265,452$1,456,675
Cake23-Jan-15$8,000,000$1,951,776$2,433,850
Management15-May-09 $934,658$2,566,648
‘Til There Was You30-May-97$10,000,000$3,525,125$3,525,125
She’s Funny That Way21-Aug-15$10,000,000$111,996$6,034,851

Television

YearTitleEpisodes
2019–presentThe Morning ShowMain role (10 episodes); also executive producer
1995–2016Saturday Night Live4 episodes
1994–2004FriendsMain role (236 episodes)
1992–1993The EdgeSeries regular (20 episodes)
1992–1993Herman’s Head2 episodes
1990–1991Ferris BuellerSeries regular (13 episodes)
2020The One Where They Got Back TogetherHBO Max special; also executive produce
2013Call Me Crazy: A Five FilmTelevision film; executive producer
2012Burning LoveWeb series; 2 episodes
2011FiveTelevision film; also executive producer
2010Cougar TownEpisode: “All Mixed Up”
200830 RockEpisode: “The One with the Cast of Night Court”
2007DirtEpisode: “Ita Missa Est”
2003King of the HillEpisode: “Queasy Rider”
1999South ParkEpisode: “Rainforest Shmainforest”
1998HerculesEpisode: “Hercules and the Dream Date”
1996PartnersEpisode: “Follow the Clams?”
1994Burke’s LawEpisode: “Who Killed the Beauty Queen?”
1994Muddling ThroughSeries regular (10 episodes)
1993Sunday FunniesTelevision film
1992Quantum LeapEpisode: “Nowhere to Run”
1990MolloySeries regular (7 episodes)
1990Camp CucamongaTelevision film

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