Emmy Award winner Jennifer Aniston, ("The Break-Up," NBC's "Friends") will guest-star in one episode of NBC's critically acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning comedy "30 Rock" as the free-spirited, "Fatal Attraction"-like stalker Claire Harper, Liz Lemon's (Tina Fey) former roommate from Chicago who randomly shows up in New York and attaches herself to Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin). The announcement was made by Teri Weinberg, Executive Vice President, NBC Entertainment.
"What a thrill to have Jennifer back on NBC on a Thursday night. She is the perfect comedic talent to work with the Emmy-winning '30 Rock' cast," said Weinberg. "This promises to be a memorable, hilarious night of comedy."
"Jennifer is not only incredibly lovely to have around, she also has what the young people would call 'mad skills.' We're very excited that she's joining us," said Tina Fey, creator, executive producer and star of "30 Rock."
After many television series guest appearances, Aniston soared to fame on NBC's mega-hit comedy "Friends," where she earned an Emmy as Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role in a Comedy Series for her performance as Rachel Green. Her television success paved the way for a feature-film career, which has included such credits as "Bruce Almighty," "Along Came Polly," "The Break-Up," "The Good Girl," "The Object of My Affection," "Friends with Money" and "Rumor Has It."