Aniston is the latest star to place her hands and feet into the cement outside the famed theater.
"I see my best friend from high school. We went to acting school together - never thought this would happen huh?" Aniston said.
Aniston's "Horrible Bosses" co-star, Jason Bateman, helped with the ceremony.
"For the last few years, I've been down near the front row to see this remarkable woman effortlessly maintain a class and a grace so genuine and inspiring that I've caught myself grinning with pride that we simply share a friendship," Bateman said.
Aniston rose to fame playing Rachel on the hit sitcom "Friends." Her newest movie, "Horrible Bosses," opens in theaters on Friday. Aniston plays a dentist who sexually harasses one of her employees -- played by Charlie Day -- and becomes the target of a murder plot by her underling and two other people who are abused by bosses.
City News Service contributed to this report.