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John Aniston receives the Daytime Emmys Lifetime Achievement Award, and Jennifer Aniston pays tribute to him.

At the 49th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Friday night, Jennifer Aniston essentially paid tribute to her father, John Aniston.

For his 37 years as Victor Kiriakis on Days of Our Lives, John, 88, received the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s gala.

Prior to a video of Jennifer playing at the ceremony, Suzanne Rogers, John’s Days of Our Lives co-star, introduced the prize. Jennifer acknowledged her father’s accomplished career in the video.

Jennifer, 53, added, “This is certainly a special occasion for me. It’s an opportunity to not only honour a true legend in the daytime television industry, but also to commemorate the lifetime accomplishments of my dad, a wonderful and well-respected actor.

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Before citing her father’s long list of accomplishments, Jennifer said, “John Aniston has been regularly working in television for almost fifty years.

The actress claimed that her father contributed to all of these endeavours “all the while performing in each and every soap opera imaginable. He’s probably done it; you name it.”

His devotion to that show for more than 30 years earned him the respect and affection of his fellow actors, close friendships, and delighted millions of fans all across the world, she added. “His career is the very definition of lifetime achievement,” someone once said.

John received a thunderous wave of applause from the crowd for his legendary career despite not being able to attend in person.

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John talked on his daughter’s acting talent before she became well-known for her role on Friends.

In 1990, John told E! News that Jennifer “is a natural talent.” “In our industry, there are certain things you can learn and certain things you can’t. She has an impeccable sense of humour. Her best quality is that.”

Throughout her 10-year tenure as Rachel Green on the NBC Must-See TV sitcom, the actress went on to win a 2002 Emmy Award.

For the father and daughter, whose relationship has occasionally been rocky, the Anistons’ onstage expression of admiration was a lovely moment.

She honoured her “papa” in 2019 by posting a sepia-toned image of herself as a young child cuddling up to him and wrapped her arms around his neck.

Later, as Jennifer leaned on her father’s shoulder, the older Anistons grinned.

She posted on Instagram, “Christmas with one of my creators.” “Now and then: #TBT Love you, papa ❤️”

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