‘Hollywood’ star Jennifer Aniston dies at 79


Jennifer Anistar, who was the star of The Hills from 1976 to 1983, died on Monday at age 79.

The actress and comedian was born on July 1, 1946, in Houston, Texas.

Her father, Paul Anistar was a carpenter and she was raised by his mother, Margaret Anistar.

She was raised in San Antonio, Texas, and went to Texas A&M University.

She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting, appearing in several films.

Aniston has been married to actor Brad Pitt since 2006, and the couple has three children.

Anistar’s last film was the 2011 biopic of her former friend and co-star Danny Glover, and she starred in the 2012 biopic about her father, Ben Anistar Sr. Anstar also starred in 2010’s The Hills, and is a co-writer of the new film, which will be directed by John Ridley.

Ansteron was a native of Laredo, Texas and attended Texas A & M University.

Her credits also include The Hills and the 2003 film The House with a Clock in Its Walls, which she wrote and directed.

Anastasia, Aniston and Pitt are survived by their two children, Anastacia Anistar and Matt Aniston.

An star is born at the Hollywood premiere of ‘A Star Is Born’ on May 21, 2018 in Los Angeles, California.

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