"I made my allowance as a kid cleaning toilets. I'm actually pretty good at it," Us magazine quoted Aniston, 40, as saying. "I struggled for a while, but I was happy with my life whether I was making this amount of money, or that amount of money," she says. "I always enjoyed where I was working," she added.
Other than cleaning, Aniston held a host of other jobs while waiting for her big break on 'Friends". "I loved being a waitress. OK, I didn't like time-share selling, I hated that job. But people used to say to me, You need to focus on having ambition. And I guess sort of following that advice allowed a lot to come to me," she said.
Jennifer, who was most recently linked to her The Bounty co-star Gerard Butler, said that she's still the same person today as when she was scrubbing bathrooms. "There's just been a great ease with that evolvement in my life to being an actress. I didn't change that much, but my bank account changed," she said jokingly.