From the beginning of her career on Friends to her latest film Murder Mystery, Jennifer Aniston has always been known for her comedic arts, so it's no surprise that she was once offered a role on Saturday Night Live
What is surprising, however, is that she has rejected the role of the 50-year-old actress.
Prior to her days on "Friends," Aniston was transitioned from Lorne Michaels, the creator and producer of NBC's long-running sketch comedy Joining the legendary cast, but eventually declined the opportunity In an interview with Howard Stern, Aniston explained her reasons why she had said no to one of today's biggest shows.
"I started talking to him, I was like this a young jerk, "said Aniston," I thought, & # 39; I think the women need to be treated better here … because it was such a boys club. "
REESE WITH ERSPOON RECALLS, JENNIFER ANISTON FOR THE FIRST TIME AT 'FRIENDS & # 39; SET TO MEET: "I WAS REALLY NERVOUS"
Aniston also said that she feels she does not like the environment.
In addition, Aniston wanted to take on more dramatic roles in her comedy days ahead of her. People like Michaels, who offered their comedic roles, "threw" them.
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Saturday Night Live representatives did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comments.