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Jennifer Garner Reunites with “Alias” Costars Victor Garber and Ron Rifkin: ‘My Best Guys’

Garner said in a recent interview that an 'Alias' reboot would be "the most fun ever"

<p>Jennifer Garner/Instagram</p> From left: Jennifer Garner, Ron Rifkin and Victor Garber

Jennifer Garner/Instagram

From left: Jennifer Garner, Ron Rifkin and Victor Garber

New York City was the site of another Alias reunion!

On Saturday, Jennifer Garner posted a picture of herself smiling with two of her former costars on the ABC spy drama — Victor Garber and Ron Rifkin.

"NYC doesn’t happen if I don’t get a moment with my best guys, Ron and Victor. ♥️," the actress, 51, captioned the photo shared on Instagram.

The trio, bundled up against the winter cold, posed outside together with big smiles. Rifkin, 84, stood out in the middle, wearing a bright yellow jacket and an orange scarf. Garner wore a black jacket on his left, while Garber, 74, stood on his other side, grinning in a dark blue jacket.

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Alias ran for five seasons from 2001 to 2006. Garner regularly reunites with the two men, and recently visited Garber at the final performance of his off-Broadway play, Love Letters, which closed at New York's Irish Repertory Theatre in September.

"If you are my person and you are on stage I’ll do what I can to see you. ♥️ @therealvictorgarber is my person," she captioned a photo of herself with Garber on Instagram at the time.

Garner played an international spy named Sydney Bristow on Alias, and Garber portrayed her father, Jack Bristow. Rifkin played Sydney's enemy Arvin Sloan.

Rainer Andreesen via Jennifer Garner/Instagram Victor Garber, Jennifer Garner and Ron Rifkin
Rainer Andreesen via Jennifer Garner/Instagram Victor Garber, Jennifer Garner and Ron Rifkin

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In a November 2023 appearance on The View, Garner shared her feelings about a reboot of the hit series, saying it would be up to the show's creator, J.J. Abrams.

“Oh my gosh, would that be the most fun ever? That would be so fun," she said. “You know, that’s really, that's up to J.J. Nobody has ever really brought it up.”

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