One late night in 1994, Jennifer Aniston pulled into a Sunset Boulevard Chevron station, self-doubting and distraught. Her timing was impeccable: Gassing up across from her was Warren Littlefield, the then-president of NBC's entertainment division, a man with the power to make actors into superstars. Aniston approached him and asked a plaintive question about her career, the kind of thing actors can't help but wonder after four failed sitcoms in a row: "Is it ever going to happen?"
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