New Delhi, Mar 23 (ANI): Jennifer Aniston has lent her voice to an audio CD version of a children's book, called 'Loukoumi's Good Deeds', which tells the story of a cuddly lamb.
The project holds a special place for the 'Friends' star, as she got a chance to work alongside her father John Aniston, reports the China Daily.
"It is a wonderful story, plain and simple. She did it because she wanted to do it with her dad, as well as she loved the story," a representative for Jennifer said of her latest role.
Written by Nick Katsoris, 'Loukoumi's Good Deeds' is the latest in a series of stories about the lamb and her friends-including Gus the Bear, Fistiki the Cat, Dean the Dog, and Marika the Monkey.
Other actors who have voiced characters for 'Loukoumi's Good Deeds' include Oscar-winning actress Olympia Dukakis, Gloria Gaynor, and US news presenter Alexis Christoforous, who voices Loukoumi.
The CD will be released in the US on April 1, and a part of its sales will be donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. (ANI)