Triple threat Justin Theroux is an actor, director and screenwriter – and now he can add rumored boyfriend of Jennifer Aniston to his already impressive resume.
But who is the 39-year-old star, who appears to have won Jen’s heart?
“Sex and The City” fans will remember him from two different episodes. He briefly appeared in Season 1 as Jared, a badly behaved boy Carrie Bradshaw flirts with at a bar. He appeared again in Season 2, with shorter hair, playing an author named Vaughn, who suffered from being too easily excitable in the bedroom in a classic episode entitled, “Shortcomings.”
Some of Justin’s other TV credit’s include “Ally McBeal,” “Alias,” “Six Feet Under,” and most recently, NBC’s “Parks and Recreation.”
The now bearded actor also has a slew of big screen credits including “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion” (1997), “Mulholland Dr.” (1999), “The Broken Hearts Club” (2000), “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (2003) and this year’s “Your Highness,” with James Franco and Natalie Portman.
Justin has also penned the screenplays for “Tropic Thunder,” “Iron Man 2” and the upcoming “Rock of Ages,” with Tom Cruise. He also directed 2007’s “Dedication,” which starred Mandy Moore and Billy Crudup.
According to Us Weekly, the sparks flew between Jen and Justin last September on the set of their upcoming movie, “Wanderlust,” which filmed in Georgia.
“This spring Justin started spending a lot of days and nights at Aniston’s in LA and he’s also considering spending the summer in LA, " Us Weekly’s Bradley Jacobs told Access Hollywood. “A source says Jennifer had her eye on him from the very start. She would have parties at her house and eventually things heated up.”
According to mag, Justin, who has an apartment in New York City and usually stays at the famed Chateau Marmont while in LA, is now living with Jen.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Justin and longtime girlfriend, Heidi Bivens, ended their relationship and she moved out of their New York home last weekend.
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