Jennifer Aniston’s Heartbreaking Message To Her Father After His Death

After touching the world with her latest heartfelt interview about fertility struggles and being true to herself, Jennifer Aniston is warming fans’ hearts yet again— this time with a sweet Instagram post dedicated to her late father. In an upload for her 40.9 million followers this week, the Friends icon, 53, shared several photos with and of her father, John Anthony Aniston, who passed away at the age of 89 on November 11, 2022.


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Aniston’s first image was a black-and-white snap of her father holding her as a child, followed by a colored, 70s-looking pic of her and her dad when she was a young girl, a more modern photo of her in a black dress beside her father at an event, another more recent shot of the duo while sitting at a table, and lastly, a headshot pic of Mr. Aniston.

The Morning Show actress sweetly wrote a message to her dad in her Instagram caption, “Sweet papa…⁣ John Anthony Aniston, You were one of the most beautiful humans I ever knew.” She continued, “I am so grateful that you went soaring into the heavens in peace – and without pain.” The Golden Globe winner then highlighted the significance of her father’s passing date, “And on 11/11 no less! You always had perfect timing. That number will forever hold an even greater meaning for me now.” She concluded her note, along with a dove and broken heart emoji, “I’ll love you till the end of time, Don’t forget to visit.”


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Mr. Aniston was an actor, like his famous daughter, who was best known for his portrayal of Victor Kiriakis on NBC’s popular daytime drama series Days of Our Lives. He originated the part in July of 1985, and continued to star in the series for 37 years until his death. The Greek-born, American star also appeared on numerous hit TV shows throughout his acting career, including Gilmore Girls, Star Trek: Voyager, The West Wing, Mad Men, and many more.

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