Beloved Friends star Jennifer Aniston has racked up an impressive net worth all on her own. With a $300 million fortune according to Celebrity Net Worth, the actress can surely enjoy the finer things in life. During her last two seasons on Friends, the sitcom star earned a cool $1 million per episode. But that’s not all! She is still cashing in on the show years later, all thanks to residuals via syndication reruns and deals with Netflix, followed by HBO Max.
Jennifer has steadily maintained her acting career and has branched out into work behind the camera, as her Echo Films coproduces her Apple+ drama, The Morning Show. She and costar and coexecutive producer Reese Witherspoon reportedly each pull in a whopping $2 million per episode!
When Jen and her Friends costars got back together for their April 2021 HBO Max reunion special, all six actors earned a cool $2.5 million for the appearance, according to Variety. Not bad for a few days’ work!
Jennifer has turned into quite an entrepreneur thanks to her enviable locks. She was co-owner and a spokeswoman for the hair care brand Living Proof starting in 2012, until it was which was purchased in 2016 by the British-Dutch conglomerate Unilever. The actress then launched her own hair product label, Lolavie, in 2021. After five years in the making, Jen’s line debuted a glossing detangler, followed by a second product, a leave-in hydrating cream that can be applied to wet or dry hair.
To the star who literally convinced a whole generation to get “the Rachel” haircut — hair is very important. It’s no wonder why Jen trusts her mane’s coloring to Canalé Salon in Beverly Hills. With locks as famous as hers, the beauty pays a pretty penny, where a simple dye job starts at $400. All these years later, her hair is still cut and styled by the same man who created “The Rachel” during season one of Friends, Jennifer’s longtime pal, hairdresser Chris McMillan.
The star has a keen eye for real estate and has made millions from it. In 2006, she paid $13.5 million for a 10,000-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion. After extensive renovations that made it look like A Balinese retreat, Jennifer sold it for $38 million five years later in 2011. That’s a nearly $25 million profit! She currently resides in a $20.97 million Bel Air mansion, where she lives with her three beloved pooches.