What does Jennifer Garner have in common with Lisa Simpson?
That would be their love of playing the saxophone. Garner, 43, showcased her sax skills in a video posted on Vanity Fair Thursday, playing "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Adorably, she was nearly unable to finish after she started laughing.
Garner had played saxophone in her school's marching band. She demonstrated her talent by playing country singer Hank Cochran's 1963 hit "Make the World Go Away" on the Donny & Marie show in 2000, when she played Romy oppositeJennifer Love Hewitt on the drama series Time of Your Life.
The actress, who graces the cover of Vanity Fair's March 2016 issue, also recently starred in a video put out by the magazine that shows her reading the popular 2011 satirical "children's book for parents," Go the F--k to Sleep. Garner and ex Ben Affleck have three children. Garner talks about their 2015 breakup in a bombshell interview with the outlet.
The clips were posted two weeks before the release of the actress' newest movie, Miracles From Heaven. The film sees her play a mother of a girl who survives an accident and is then seemingly miraculously cured of a rare digestive disorder. Miracles From Heaven is set for release on March 16.