Jennifer Garner had given a heartbreaking statement about Ben Affleck after their divorce. During an interview, she called her ex-husband as the love of her life. Even after the cheating scandal of Ben Affleck, Garner said that she would still like to marry him if she is asked to review her previous decision. Garner further said that Ben is the most generous, charismatic and brilliant person. She also admitted the fact that Ben is a complicated person.
Jennifer is 47, born on April 17, 1972, in Houston, Texas. Garner started taking ballet classes and continued her dancing throughout her youth. She completed her schooling from George Washington High School and studied drama from Denison University. Initially, her dream was to be a doctor or a librarian. She completed her graduation in 1994 with a degree in fine arts. She acted in two plays off Shakespeare The Merchant of Venice’ and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream because of her curiosity about acting.
Garner’s debut movie was Dude, Where’s My Car? releasing in 2000. Her next big role came in Pearl Harbor, a war drama. In 2001 she appeared in spy drama series ‘Alias portraying the role of Sydney Bristow. She was cast alongside Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg’s Catch Me if You Can. Her major breakthrough movie was Daredevil playing the role of Elektra Natchios. Her performance in movie 13 Going on 30 was appreciated.
Her prominent roles were in movies like Catch and Release’ (2006), ‘The Kingdom’ (2007), and ‘Juno’ (2007). Garner was cast alongside Ashton Kutcher, Julia Roberts, Patrick Dempsey, Bradley Cooper, and Jessica Alba in the romantic comedy ‘Valentine’s Day. In 2011-12 she appeared in a couple of movies like Arthur’ (2011), ‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green’ (2012), and ‘Butter’ (2012). Garner was married to Scott Foley in 2000 but they got divorced after 3 years.