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Jennifer Garner
"When I first moved to New York I lived for nine months on some woman's kitchen floor. She had this mushroom that she kept alive in these juices that was right next to my futon, and once a week she'd drink it. I fled in the dead of night."
Full name: Jennifer Anne Garner
DOB: April 17, 1972
Place of birth: Houston, Texas, USA
Occupation: Actress

Her History in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women

2009 #66 | 2008 #57 | 2007 #91 | 2006 #59 | 2005 #31 | 2004 #33 | 2003 #34 | 2002 #92

Jennifer Garner facts

  • Hit the big time as Sydney Bristow in Alias and as the title character in 2003 film Elektra.

  • Married to Ben Affleck since June 2005.

  • Earned a reputed $8.5m for her mumsy role in runaway indie flick Juno.

  • Is often mistaken for Amy Jo Johnson, being asked to sign pictures that are of Amy and not her.

Why we love Jennifer Garner

Part action girl part rather good actress, Jennifer Garner is a Golden Globe-winning beauty who earned an army of fans as the sexy-but-serious Sydney Bristow in long-running US spy drama Alias.

She met her Matt Damon-obsessed hubby while on the set of Pearl Harbour, loving blossoming as the disaster – both artistically and commercially – was going on all around them. Often described as "wholesome" and "un-Hollywood" in the press, the alluring brunette first started out on a chemistry degree before switching to a drama course.

TV work then came quickly if infrequently, but today she's said to be one of the best-paid actresses in America. And thanks to that fool of a hubby, she's also now hooked on the Boston Red Sox.

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