New Delhi (ANI): Actress Jennifer Aniston has lent her voice to an audio CD version of a children's book, called 'Loukoumi's Good Deeds', which tells the story of a cuddly lamb. The project holds a special place for the 'Friends' star, as she got a chance to work alongside her father John Aniston, reports the China Daily.
"It is a wonderful story, plain and simple. She did it because she wanted to do it with her dad, as well as she loved the story," a representative for Jennifer said of her latest role. Written by Nick Katsoris, 'Loukoumi's Good Deeds' is the latest in a series of stories about the lamb and her friends including Gus the Bear, Fistiki the Cat, Dean the Dog, and Marika the Monkey.
Other actors who have voiced characters for 'Loukoumi's Good Deeds' include Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis, Gloria Gaynor, and US news presenter Alexis Christoforous, who voices Loukoumi. The CD will be released in the US on April 1, and a part of its sales will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.