Jennifer Aniston paid a sweet tribute to her father, John Aniston, at the 49th Annual Emmy Awards.
Jennifer Aniston, who used to be on the TV show “Friends,” gave her father, Dell, an award for his career before the live show at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium on Friday. Aniston started her speech to her 88-year-old father about his more than 50-year career as an actor by saying that the moment was extraordinary.
The daughter said, “My father, John Aniston, is an actor who has always worked on TV for most of the 20th century.” “He was in shows like ‘Kojak,’ ‘The West Wing,’ and ‘Mad Men,’ but he was also in classics like ‘Mission Impossible,’ ‘Combat,’ and ‘Mission Impossible,’ among others.
This chance honors my father as a daily TV icon and recognizes all the great things he has done in his life. The daughter gave a list of some of her father’s acting roles, such as guest spots on “Gilmore Girls,” “Airwolf,” and “Star Trek: Voyager.” He has also played characters on TV shows like “Mission Impossible” and “Kojak.”
Ed Asner was the first to be on the cover of “Soap Opera Digest.” He was in the first episode of the show. The actor smiled and said that in his first 53 years, his father had been in “almost every telenovela you can think of.”
This included making appearances on daily television shows like “Search for Tomorrow” and “Love Letters.” Jennifer Aniston says that the actor Victor Kiriakis has talked about everything imaginable.
In Days of Our Lives, which has been on the air since 1985, the gambler and “mysterious” Victor Kiriakis plays a friendly businessman. Kiriakis’s work on the telenovela has won him many awards from the cast and crew.
Victor Kiriakis’s father’s show has been a big part of his career for 37 years. Aniston’s father kept in touch with his coworkers through this show and the millions of people who watched it worldwide.
In a 1990 interview with E! News, John Aniston talked about his talent as a father and a daughter. He says that Jennifer has always been able to sing. But in the music business, there is no way to learn specific things.