John Aniston let daughter Jennifer Aniston cut his hair -- but had the Days of our Lives' hair team fix it afterwards

Posted Thursday, September 05, 2019 4:54:16 PM
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Days of our Lives' John Aniston (Victor Kiriakis) had some pretty famous fingers cutting his hair at one point, but apparently, Jennifer Aniston is a better actress than she is a hairstylist (oops!).

Long before Jennifer Aniston became popular Friends character Rachel Green, she worked a number of odd jobs to make ends meet, one of which, as she recently admitted to In Style, was cutting the hair of Days of our Lives actor John Aniston (Victor Kiriakis) -- who just happens to be her real-life father.

In addition to jobs like waitressing and telemarketing, the We're the Millers actress says she made cash by cutting hair. She would usually snip friends' hair for ten dollars a head, but she also worked her magic on daytime fans' favorite Salemite.

"I cut my dad's hair, and he was on a soap opera," Jennifer recalls. "But then he admitted to me 15 years ago that he would go in and have the hairdresser on set clean it up."

It's hard to say whether or not John Aniston made a mistake in not trusting his daughter's hair-cutting skills. After all, she did go on to become known for having the best, most coveted locks in all of Hollywood, thanks in part to hairstylist Chris McMillan. But then again, the Kiriakis patriarch probably wouldn't rock the Rachel as well as Jenn did! Or would he? Let us know what you think in the Comments section below!

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