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Common misspelling: Jennifer Gardner; Jenifer Garner

 

Given Name

Date of Birth

Birth Place

Jennifer Anne Garner

April 17, 1972

Houston, Texas

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Jennifer Anne Affleck (née Garner born April 17, 1972), better known as Jennifer Garner, is an American actress and film producer. Garner gained recognition on television for her performance as CIA agent Sydney Bristow in the thriller drama series Alias, which aired on ABC for five seasons from 2001 to 2006. While working on Alias, she gained minor roles in hit movies such as Pearl Harbor (2001) and Catch Me if You Can (2002). Since then, Garner has appeared in supporting as well as lead roles on the big screen in projects including Daredevil (2003), 13 Going on 30 (2004), Elektra (2005), a spin-off of Daredevil, and Juno (2007). She is married to actor and director Ben Affleck, with whom she has two daughters and a son.

 

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Background information

Born Jennifer Anne Garner

April 17, 1972 (1972-04-17) (age 39)

Houston, Texas, United States

Occupation Actress, producer

Years active 1995–present

Spouse Scott Foley (2000–2004)

Ben Affleck (2005–present)

Children 3

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Early life

 

Garner is the second of three daughters born into a middle class family in Houston, Texas. Her mother, Patricia Ann (née English), was an English teacher from Oklahoma, and her father, William "Bill" John Garner, worked as a chemical engineer at Union Carbide. When she was four years old, her father's job with Union Carbide relocated her family to Princeton, West Virginia, and then later to Charleston, West Virginia, where Garner resided until her college years.[1] She has credited her older sister, Melissa Lynn Garner Wylie, who resides in Boston, Massachusetts, as a source of inspiration to her.[2] Her younger sister is Susannah Kay Garner Carpenter.[3]

 

Garner's conservative upbringing included going to church every Sunday, not wearing make-up or a bikini, and waiting at least until the age of 16 to be allowed to get her ears pierced, which, she later joked, made her family "just a step away from being Amish."[4][5] She began taking ballet lessons at the age of three and continued to dance throughout her youth, but she did not envision herself becoming a classical ballerina.[6] Garner attended George Washington High School in Charleston. In 1990, she enrolled at Ohio's Denison University, where she originally studied chemistry but changed her major to drama and worked in numerous theatrical productions.[7] She graduated from Denison, where she was initiated into the sorority Pi Beta Phi, in 1994.[8]

 

Career

 

In 1994, Garner appeared in Atlanta productions of two Shakespeare plays, The Merchant of Venice and A Midsummer Night's Dream, by the Georgia Shakespeare Company.[9]

 

In 1995, Garner started pursuing theater in New York City and earned $150 a week as an understudy in the play A Month in the Country for Roundabout Theatre Company.[2] She was then cast in her first television role as part of a made-for-television movie Zoya, based on the Danielle Steel novel. In the late 1990s, she made brief appearances in individual episodes of Spin City and Law & Order while also securing roles in two short-lived television series, Significant Others and Time of Your Life.

 

Garner made her first big screen appearance of the 21st century in the comedy Dude, Where's My Car?, playing Ashton Kutcher's character's girlfriend. In 2001, she appeared as the supporting character of a nurse in the big-budget epic Pearl Harbor, starring her future husband Ben Affleck.

 

Later in 2001, J. J. Abrams, the producer of Felicity, in which Garner had played a recurring role since 1998, approached Garner to audition for the role of Sydney Bristow in his new spy drama Alias. Garner, who up until then had mostly played weepy waifs, did not learn that she "might have to throw a punch or kick" until the first few days of the audition.[10] Told that she "throws like such a girl"[10] and with no background in martial arts or gymnastics, she enrolled in a month-long, private Taekwondo class to prepare for the audition.[10] Even as Garner was cast after several auditions, Abrams revealed that he remained panicked with the thought that she might not be able to pull off the role, especially as, on the first day of shooting, he was told by Garner herself, "I don't think I can do this."[11] Garner later commented, "I was such a girlie-girl then. I didn't even know how to punch."[12] While she performed many of the action sequences during the series herself, the dangerous explosions and complex fights were handled by her stunt double, Shauna Duggins.[13] The first few episodes of season one of Alias, which averaged about 10.2 million weekly viewers,[14] earned Garner the award for "Best Actress in a Television Series — Drama" at the 2002 Golden Globe Awards. Garner's salary for the show began at $40,000 an episode and rose to $150,000 per episode by the series' end.[15] During the show's run, Garner received four consecutive Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama nominations as well as Emmy[16] nominations for her lead performance. She won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series in 2005. That same year, during the fourth season, Garner directed the Alias episode, "In Dreams", which aired in May. She received producer credit during the series' final season. The series concluded in May 2006 after a shorter fifth season that was abbreviated from 22 to 17 episodes due to Garner's pregnancy, which was written into the season's storyline.[17][18]

 

After the initial success of Alias, Garner made a big screen cameo in the Steven Spielberg film Catch Me if You Can in 2002. Her breakout film role came when she played Ben Affleck's love interest as Elektra Natchios in the action movie Daredevil (2003), an adaptation of the comic book. Garner stated that her training for Daredevil was more gruesome than her work on Alias, and revealed that as she got hung up on wires several times during fight sequences, Affleck became "in charge of reaching up and saving [her]."[19] She was involved in a potentially serious accident on the set of Daredevil when, entangled in wires with her arms stuck and unable to move while doing a flip, she came crashing towards a wall "head-first with such velocity, that [she] was about to smash [her] head into the wall".[20] Recalling how she was rescued by Affleck, she said in 2003, "out of nowhere comes this 6ft 4in red devil who just kind of put his arms out and shouts: 'I've got her!' I'm telling you, it was like, 'I've got my own superhero.'"[20] While Daredevil got mixed reviews, it was a box office hit.[21]

 

Garner starred in her first leading role in 13 Going on 30 (2004), a moderate commercial success.[21] Reviewers praised her performance as "radiant"[22] and "effervescent without ever being cloying",[23] and The Christian Science Monitor commented that "while Garner is no Tom Hanks, she's consistently appealing".[24] Her second lead role saw her reprising the character of Elektra in the 2005 Daredevil spin-off titled Elektra, a box office disaster that was panned by critics.[25] The Boston Globe stated, "Based on Garner's humorlessness, lack of vocal inflection, and generally bland disposition, "the Way" she has yet to grasp seems to be that of acting,"[26] whereas USA Today concluded that "Jennifer Garner ... is far more appealing when she's playing charming and adorable, as she did so winningly in 13 Going on 30.[27]

 

Garner performed the Frank Loesser song "My Heart Is So Full of You" on the 2006 charity album Unexpected Dreams – Songs From the Stars. She appeared in the films Catch and Release (2006) and The Kingdom (2007) alongside Jamie Foxx, Jason Bateman and Ashraf Barhom. She then appeared in the Jason Reitman-directed comedy/drama feature Juno, which became a sleeper box office hit.[28] After that film's premiere at the Toronto Film Festival, Entertainment Weekly declared Garner's work the best female supporting performance of the festival, saying, "The star of Alias and The Kingdom does no butt-kicking in this sweet comedy. Instead, as a young wife desperately hoping to adopt, she's funny, a bit tough, and unbelievably touching."[29]

 

Garner made her Broadway debut on November 1, 2007, playing Roxanne in Cyrano de Bergerac alongside Kevin Kline at the Richard Rodgers Theatre on Broadway.[30] The show was originally set to run until December 23, 2007, but it was extended through January 6, 2008 due to the Broadway stagehand strike in late 2007.[31]

 

Garner appeared in the hit ensemble romantic comedy Valentine's Day in 2010 and in the 2011 remake of Arthur.

 

Personal life

 

Marriages and family

 

On October 19, 2000, Garner married actor Scott Foley, whom she had met on the set of Felicity in 1998. After separating from Foley in March 2003, Garner filed for divorce in May 2003, citing irreconcilable differences, and the two were officially divorced on March 30, 2004.[32][33] Following her separation, Garner dated Alias co-star Michael Vartan from August 2003 to March 2004.[34][35]

 

Sometime in early to mid 2004, Garner started dating Daredevil co-star Ben Affleck and the two made their first public appearance as a couple by attending the Boston Red Sox's opening World Series games in October 2004.[36] Since her relationship with Affleck, first as girlfriend and then as wife, Garner has been a tabloid staple.[37] "Ben taught me that you cannot read that stuff, that it's poison," she said in 2009.[38] On Garner's 33rd birthday, Affleck proposed to her with a 4.5 carats (900 mg) diamond ring from Harry Winston.[39] Affleck married Garner, who was three months pregnant at the time, on June 29, 2005 in a private ceremony in the Caribbean, officiated by family friend and Garner's Alias co-star, Victor Garber,[40] at the Parrot Cay resort on the Turks and Caicos Islands.[41] The couple have three children: daughters Violet Anne Affleck (born December 1, 2005)[42] and Seraphina Rose Elizabeth Affleck (born January 6, 2009),[43][44] and son Samuel Garner Affleck (born February 27, 2012).[45][46]

 

Stalking

 

Garner had been stalked since 2002 by a man, Steven Burky, who was eventually arrested in December 2009, after violating a 2008 restraining order against him.[47] Burky was charged with two counts of stalking, to which he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity; in March 2010, he was ruled insane and sent to the California state mental hospital with a court order to stay away from the Affleck family for 10 years if released from the hospital.[48]

 

In the media

 

In 2002, Garner topped the Maxim Hot 100 list.[49] In December 2007, Garner was named The Charleston Sunday Gazette-Mail's 2007 West Virginian of the Year "for her dedication, work ethic and unique role as role model and ambassador for West Virginia."[50]

 

Filmography

 

Film

 

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1997

In Harm's Way

Kelly

 

1997

Deconstructing Harry

Woman in Elevator

 

1997

Washington Square

Marian Almond

 

1997

Mr. Magoo

Stacey Sampanahodrita

 

1998

1999

Annabell

Alternative title: Girls & Boys

2000

Dude, Where's My Car?

Wanda

 

2001

Pearl Harbor

Nurse Sandra

 

2001

Rennie's Landing

Kiley Bradshaw

Alternative title: Stealing Time

2002

Catch Me If You Can

Cheryl Ann

Cameo Role

2003

Daredevil

Elektra Natchios

 

2004

13 Going on 30

30-year-old Jenna Rink

 

2005

Elektra

Elektra Natchios

 

2006

Catch and Release

Gray

 

2007

Kingdom, TheThe Kingdom

Janet Mayes

 

2007

Juno

Vanessa Loring

Nominated—Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated—Broadcast Film Critics Association Award for Best Cast

2009

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Jenny Perotti

 

2009

Invention of Lying, TheThe Invention of Lying

Anna

 

2010

Valentine's Day

Julia Fitzpatrick

 

2011

Arthur

Susan Johnson

 

2012

Butter

Laura Pickler

Also Producer

2012

The Odd Life of Timothy Green

Cindy Green

 

 

Television

 

Year

Title

Role

Notes

1995

Danielle Steel's Zoya

Sasha

Television movie

1996

Swift Justice

Allison

Episode: "No Holds Barred"

1996

Spin City

Becky

Episode: "The Competition"

1996

Harvest of Fire

Sarah Troyer

Television movie

1996

Law & Order

Jaime

Episode: "Aftershock"

1996

Dead Man's Walk

Clara Forsythe

Miniseries

1997

Player, TheThe Player

Celia Levison

Television movie

1997

Rose Hill

Mary Rose Clayborne

Television movie

1998 !1998

Significant Others

Nell

6 episodes

1998.5 !1998–2002

Felicity

Hannah Bibb

3 episodes

1999

Aftershock: Earthquake in New York

Diane Agostini

Television movie

1999 !1999

Pretender, TheThe Pretender

Billie Vaughn

1 episode

1999.5 !1999–2001

Time of Your Life

Romy Sullivan

19 episodes

2001–2006

Alias

Sydney Bristow

·         105 episodes

·         Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television

·         Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Television Series Drama

·         Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

·         Teen Choice Awards for Television – Choice Actress

·         Nominated—Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television (2004, 2005, 2006)

·         Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress - Drama Series (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)

·         Nominated—Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Television Series Drama (2003, 2004, 2005)

·         Nominated—Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

·         Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama (2003, 2004, 2005)

·         Nominated—Television Critics Association for Individual Achievement in Drama

·         Nominated—Teen Choice Awards for Choice Television Actress – Drama

 

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JENNIFER GARNER NEWS

Jennifer Garner News Resources

CelebritySpider.com

ContactMusic.com

FindArticles.com

Google.com

Jen-Garner.net

Topix.net

JENNIFER GARNER WEBSITES

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Official Jennifer Garner Websites: N/A

Jennifer Garner Fan Sites:

Rating: Highest = 4 J's

Celebrity & Commercial Sites:

Rating: Highest = 4 J's

JJJJ Jen-Garner.net

JJ ½ JenniferGarner.cc

JJ ½ Jennifer Garner

JJ ½ Jennifer Garner Pictures

J ½ Jen-Fans.com (forum)

J ¼ Vivacious (fanlisting)

 

JJJ ½ IMDB.com

JJ ¾ MSN.com

JJ ¾ Yahoo.com

JJ ½ PopStarsPlus.com

JJ ½ Jennifer Garner on TVGuide.com

JJ ½ Tiscali.co.uk

JJ ¼ AskMen.com – Jennifer Garner

JJ About.com

JJ Absolutely.net

JJ CelebrityWonder.com

JJ NetGlimse.com

JJ Relationships with Jennifer Garner

JJ StarPulse.com

JJ The-AList.org

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J ¾ CelebJunction.com

J ¾ E-FemaleStars.com

J ¾ HelloMagazine.com

J¾ Rumela.com

J ¾ Thespian.net

J ¾ TV.com

J ¾ Up4U.com

J ½ 123People.net

J ½ AceShowbiz.com

J ½ Celebopedia.com

J ½ Celebrity-LTD.com

J ½ CelebrityStorm.com

J ½ CelebWeLove.com

J ½ Filmforce.IGN.com

J ½ Moono.com

J ½ The-Numbers.com

J ½ TV-Now.com

J ½ Wikipedia.org

J ¼ AltoCelebs.com

J ¼ AmIAnnoying.com

J ¼ Façade.com

J ¼ HollywoodCultMovies.com

J ¼ RottenTomatoes.com

J Who2.com

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Jennifer Garner Articles and Interviews

Jennifer Garner Pictures (pics, photos, photographs, images, gallery, etc.)

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Absolutely.net

AllMoviePhoto.com

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Jennifer Garner pictures at Celevs.com

Eforu.com

Esquire.com

FunMunch.com

GalleryOfCelebrities.com

GirlsKickButt.com

Google.com

IBaller.com

Jen-Garner.net

JenniferGarner.cc

Jennifer Garner Pictures

JenniferGarnerPictures.com

MSN.com

NetGlimse.com

SliceOfTheDay.com

StarPulse.com

SuperiorPics.com

The-Alist.org

TV.com

Yahoo.com

Jennifer Garner Multimedia (Downloads, Wallpaper, Videos, Screen Savers, etc.)

Absolutely.net (wallpaper & screensavers)

ABC.go.com (screensavers)

ABC.go.com (wallpaper)

AlwaysGirls.com (wallpaper)

AnyDesktopThemes.com (desktop themes)

AnyScreenSavers.com (screen savers)

Celebrity-Cards.com (eCards)

Celebrity-Mania.com (wallpaper, screensavers, skins)

CinemaDesktopThemes.com (desktop themes)

Egreetingz.com (eCards)

GoDesktop.com (desktop images)

Jen-Garner.net (video clips)

JenniferGarner.cc (audio & video files)

JenniferGarnerPictures.com (videos)

JenniferGarnerPictures.com (wallpaper)

PaperDollHeaven.com (game)

SexyDesktop.co.uk (wallpaper)

Skins.be (skins)

The-Alist.org (wallpaper)

WallpaperBase.com (wallpaper)

 

Jennifer Garner Quotations

Absolutely.net

Jennifer Garner quotes at CelebsQuotes.com

ThinkExist.com

Jennifer Garner Song Lyrics

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Jennifer Garner Links Pages

Celebrity-Link.com

Clago.com

WomenCelebs.com

Jennifer Garner Related Websites

Alias (ABC)

Jennifer Garner talking about the CIA

JENNIFER GARNER DISCOGRAPHY: ALBUMS, SINGLES, COMPILATIONS, BOXED SETS, ETC.

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JENNIFER GARNER ON VIDEO, A FILMOGRAPHY

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Year

1995

1996

1996

1997

1997

 

 

 

 

 

Selection N/A

Title

Danielle Steel's Zoya (TV)

Dead Man's Walk (TV)

Harvest of Fire (TV)

Deconstructing Harry

In Harm's Way

Role

Sasha

Clara Forsythe

Sarah Troyer

Woman in Elevator

Kelly

Year

1997

1997

1997

1997

1998

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Mr. Magoo

The Player (TV movie)

Rose Hill (TV)

Washington Square

1999: Girls and Boys

Role

Stacey Sampanahoditra

Celia Levison

Mary Rose Clayborne

Marian Almond

Annabell

Year

1998

1999

1999

2000

2001-2007

 

 

 

Selection N/A

 

 

Title

Significant Others (TV)

Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (TV)

Time of Your Life (TV)

Dude, Where's My Car?

Alias

Role

Nell Glennon

Diane Agostini

Romy Sullivan

Wanda

Sydney Anne Bristow

Year

2001

2001

2002

2003

2004

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title

Pearl Harbor

Stealing Time (Rennie's Landing)

Catch Me If You Can

Daredevil

13 Going On 30

Role

Nurse Sandra

Kiley Bradshaw

Cheryl Ann

Elektra Natchios

Jenna Rink

Year

2004

2005

2006

2007

2007

 

Selection N/A

 

 

 

 

Title

The Animated Alias: Tribunal (video)

Elektra

Catch and Release

The Kingdom

Juno

Role

Sydney Bristow a.k.a. Julia Thorne

Elektra

Gray

Janet Mayes

Vanessa Long

Year

2009

2009

2010

coming

coming

 

 

 

 

Selection N/A

Selection N/A

Title

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

The Invention of Lying

Valentines Day

Butter

Arthur

Role

Jenny Perotti

Anna McDoogles

Julia Fitzpatrick

Laurie Pickler

 

JENNIFER GARNER BOOKS & MAGAZINES

JENNIFER GARNER POSTERS AND PHOTOGRAPHS

 

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JENNIFER GARNER BOOKS, MAGAZINES, PRODUCTS & OTHER ITEMS

 

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