Jennifer Aniston got candid with Drew Barrymore on the September 13 episode of “The Drew Barrymore Show” where she touched on her early days in Los Angeles. “I had a job at a telemarketing company selling Pocono timeshares,” she explained. “I did get a job. I moved from Studio City, [where I met this group of people] and they all had rentals on this street in Laurel Canyon called Beachknoll Road. There was one house where everyone congregated in.” Aniston then explained that one house was available for rent and once she got it, everyone called them “the hill people.” She lived there for a few years while she did jobs “here and there” before “Friends.”
“Then ‘Friends’ happened, which I thought I kind of manifested,” Aniston said. “I thought this is sort of the way I live on the hill. This is very familiar to me.”
Aniston skyrocketed to fame on the show, which ran from 1994 to 2004 for a total of 10 seasons, according to IMDb. The stars of the show gathered for a reunion on May 27, much to the delight of fans. Keep reading to see how she really felt about getting back together with her co-stars.