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Friends cast list, including photos of the actors when available. This list includes all of the Friends main actors and actresses , so if they are an integral part of the show you'll find them below.
You can various bits of trivia about these Friends stars, such as where the actor was born and what their year of birth is.
This cast list of actors from Friends focuses primarily on the main characters, but there may be a few actors who played smaller roles on Friends that are on here as well.
Simpson: American Crime Story , audiences completely forgot about his Friends character, and instead become enraptured by his portrayal of the late defense attorney Robert Kardashian.
Then: Hands down, the most organized friend — Cox's Monica Geller won us over with her neurotic antics and, of course, her super-romantic proposal to Chandler, which left us crying for longer than we care to admit.
Now: Are you even surprised the Friends star went on to find more success in her career? Not only did Cox star in Cougar Town , which ran from to , but she also directed a handful of its episodes, as well as her first feature film Just Before I Go in She's divorced from David Arquette, though the friendly exes co-parent daughter Coco.
Since "Friends" ended, Aniston's movie career took off and her relationships her marriage and split from Brad Pitt, now her engagement to Justin Theroux began dominating tabloid headlines.
In September , she received critical praise for her role in the film "Cake," which was featured at the Toronto Film Festival. A chef who struggled with her weight in high school, she's known for her bossiness and obsessive-compulsive tendencies.
Despite the twenty-one year age difference, Monica and Richard are happy, and her parents accept their relationship.
However, as a result of Monica yearning for a family but Richard having already had one, they break up at the end of the second season.
Monica then pursues a chain of various men until she unexpectedly begins a relationship with her longtime friend, Chandler Bing , at the end of the fourth season, during her brother Ross' wedding to Emily Waltham in London.
Monica and Chandler try to hide their relationship from the rest of the group for much of the fifth season, but eventually everyone finds out.
After celebrating their first anniversary in Las Vegas, they move in together and get engaged by the sixth-season finale.
After their marriage, Monica and Chandler try to conceive children, only to discover that they are unable to do so. In the final season of the series, they adopt new-born twins, whom they name Erica and Jack.
Phoebe Buffay-Hannigan Lisa Kudrow is an odd, ditzy albeit sweet-natured masseuse who grew up homeless, sometimes telling her friends outlandish tales of life on the street.
She is an aspiring musician who plays the guitar and sings songs with somewhat unusual lyrics at the coffee shop.
She has an identical twin sister, Ursula Pamela Buffay also played by Kudrow , who is just as odd as Phoebe and appeared as a recurring character on Mad About You.
After a series of dates and relationships with a number of men, Phoebe meets Mike Hannigan Paul Rudd in season nine, whom she eventually marries in season ten.
She also became a surrogate mother for her half-brother Frank Jr. Giovanni Ribisi , giving birth to his triplets in the fifth season. Joseph Francis "Joey" Tribbiani Jr.
Matt LeBlanc is a good-natured but not-so-bright struggling actor and food lover, who becomes mildly famous for his role as Dr. Drake Ramoray on a fictionalized version of Days of Our Lives.
Joey is a womanizer, with many girlfriends throughout the series, often using his catchphrase pick-up line "How you doin'? Prior to his role on Friends , LeBlanc appeared as a regular on the short-lived TV , a minor character in the sitcom Married Chandler Muriel Bing Matthew Perry is an executive in statistical analysis and data reconfiguration for a large multi-national corporation.
He later quits his job and becomes a junior copywriter at an advertising agency. Chandler is known for his sarcastic sense of humor.
Chandler is often depicted as being somewhat of a hapless individual, suffering a lot of bad luck while struggling through life and occasionally struggling with an on-and-off smoking addiction.
However, he eventually falls in deep mutual love with Monica and proposes to her at the close of season six, with the two of them marrying at the close of season seven.
By the end of series, he and Monica adopt twins, whom they name Jack and Erica. Like Aniston, Perry had already appeared in several unsuccessful sitcom pilots before being cast.
Ross Eustace Geller David Schwimmer is a paleontologist at a museum of prehistory, and later a professor of paleontology at New York University.
The most intelligent of the six main characters, but at the same time a clumsy, quirky man, Ross is known for being a smart, know-it-all who prides himself on his rationality, despite his clear hopeless romanticism.
He is shown to be the most caring of all the six members in the various instances on the show. Ross is Monica's older brother, Chandler's college roommate, and Rachel's on-again, off-again boyfriend.
His first marriage has already failed by the time the show begins, with his second lasting mere weeks. The second divorce seemed to greatly depress him and make him quick-tempered near the start of season five, such as when he screams at his colleague for taking his sandwich and throwing it away.
After he gets Ugly Naked Guy 's apartment, he is offered to return to work, but he loses his temper again when he sees Chandler and Monica having sex through his window, becoming the last one to find out about their relationship.
He also drunkenly married Rachel in Las Vegas, after which they unsuccessfully tried to annul it and had to settle for a divorce, which became Ross' third one.
Ross's relationship with Rachel is a major storyline throughout the series. He is also the father of his ex-wife Carol's son, Ben, and Rachel's daughter, Emma.
In the series finale, Ross and Rachel finally reconcile, deciding to be together once and for all. The character of Ross was developed with David Schwimmer in the minds of writers and Schwimmer was also the first actor to be cast on the show.
Schwimmer is the only cast member native to New York City. Temperamental, promiscuous and not particularly bright but very street-wise, Gina is a caring but over-protective and domineering mother.
For years she convinced her genius son Michael that he was born when she was 22 instead of 16 years old, and always says he is the one thing she has done well.
She and Joey are friends in addition to being siblings, both having the gift of being extremely appealing to the opposite sex, with numerous lovers.
Initially working as a hairdresser, by season two she works as a secretary for Joey's agent Bobbie, having impressed Bobbie with her brash manner. In season two she starts dating Michael's father Jimmy once again.
She is an educated, but slightly ditzy, blonde lawyer who graduated from Northwestern University and Pepperdine University School of Law.
Initially intimidated, but also intrigued by Joey's tough street-wise older sister Gina, the two women eventually become friends and she becomes more bold in the way she dresses and acts, thanks to Gina's influence.
She is puzzled but impressed by Joey's intuitive gift at being able to know when she is wearing thong panties and spends most of her time hanging out at Joey and Michael's apartment.
She and Joey bond and become close friends. Her husband is a professional orchestra musician and is away from home most of the time and she confides her problems with her marriage in Joey.
At the end of season one, she and Joey become romantically involved during her separation from her husband. In season two, Alex becomes romantically interested in Joey and has a crush on him for a long period.
Gina tries to help her to get over Joey, but once Alex starts dating Joey's friend Dean, Joey soon realizes that he is also in love with Alex.
Alex and Joey start dating in Season 2 and shortly before the final episode they become engaged. Michael Tribbiani Paulo Costanzo is Joey's nephew who idolises his Uncle Joey's ability to date many women, and who himself is sheltered and nervous around girls.
He is self-conscious that he has been so sheltered and that his mother Gina breast fed him until he was seven. Early in the second season of Joey it is revealed that Michael has Asperger syndrome.
He is extremely intelligent, an aerospace engineer , attends Caltech and specialises in applied thermodynamics , works with his rival Seth frequently on engineering projects, and is an obvious direct opposite from his more street-wise mother and uncle.
He turns to Joey as a big brother and substitute father figure, even after his biological father Jimmy re-enters mother Gina's love life.
Roberta "Bobbie" Morganstern Jennifer Coolidge is Joey's oversexed agent whom he hires after Estelle Leonard's death, and reportedly the twelfth most powerful woman in Hollywood.
She has an enormous crush on Joey's nephew Michael. She often entertains herself by making her office assistant do funny tricks, or shocking herself with a stun-gun.
She is brash, forward, aggressive, highly entertaining and slightly ditzy, laughing at everything and at anyone's expense, including her client Joey's.
She was once sued by Phil Collins. Howard Ben Falcone is Joey's friend and neighbor in Joey. Zach Miller Miguel A. Zach has an interesting career, going from playing extras on TV, to directing amateur plays.
Zach does not appear to have a home; he was seen at one time living in Joey's trailer while working on a major blockbuster movie. In one episode, Zach and Joey, both drunk, married in Tijuana, possibly a parody of Ross and Rachel marrying each other in the season-five finale of Friends.
Zach's final appearance was in " Joey and the Big Move ". Zach's absence within the show was not mentioned, nor was the character at all.
Each of the following characters of Friends may or may not be particularly significant to the story of the series; each was introduced in one season and would usually appear in subsequent seasons.
He is a former actor who once played Bryce on All My Children before that character was "killed in an avalanche.
His motivation for disliking Ross is jealousy as he is aware of Ross's relationship with Rachel , which is made clear numerous times, most notably in "The One with the Morning After" when he reveals to Rachel that Ross who mistakenly thought at the time that his relationship with her was over—"We were on a break" cheated on her.
James Michael Tyler was cast as Gunther because he was the only extra who could competently work the cappuccino machine on the Central Perk set.
The Seattle Times ranked Gunther as the eighth best guest character of the series in In early appearances, Jack frequently makes inappropriate comments, which he punctuates by exclaiming "I'm just saying!
Jack is more balanced in his attention and care towards both Ross and Monica. After the Gellers sell their house in season 7, it is revealed that Jack has used boxes of Monica's old stuff to block rainwater from getting to his Porsche.
Due to his gnawing guilt, Jack develops a secret smoking habit and decides to gift Monica the Porsche. Despite being favored throughout his entire childhood, this makes Ross insanely jealous.
Despite each of them having their own quirks, however, they are both occasionally dumbfounded by the crazy antics of their son and daughter, such as Ross' disastrous wedding to Emily and Monica's ridiculous speech at their 35th anniversary party.
Barry, an orthodontist , decides to go on his and Rachel's honeymoon with her maid of honor Mindy, and soon begins a relationship with her.
Their relationship hits a rough patch when he and Rachel consider getting back together. Rachel is invited to the wedding, but receives a cold reception for jilting Barry while she is there, and a ridiculous speech from Ross which bemuses everyone in the room does not exactly improve the situation for her, until she, in a desperate attempt to salvage some pride, walks onto the stage where the microphone is and starts singing the Copacabana.
He has also been called " Barry White ", and is possibly [ original research? Carol divorced Ross to be with Susan.
In the second episode of the series, Carol tells Ross that she is pregnant with his child, [e 11] and is having the baby with her partner Susan, though she wishes Ross to be part of the baby's life.
Carol and Susan are often bemused by Ross' behavior throughout his onscreen appearances with them. Though Ross and Carol are on good terms after their divorce, Ross resents Susan on some level for losing Carol to her.
Ross initially hesitant to see his ex-wife remarry, finds himself in the position of being the one to encourage her to go ahead with the ceremony despite her parents' opposition.
At the reception, Susan thanks Ross for his part in saving the wedding, and offers to dance with him; he agrees, apparently resolving their strained relationship.
Carol and Susan were based on creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane 's best friends in New York: "We didn't create them for any particular political reason or because of lesbian chic.
It was just an opportunity to tell a really interesting story. Jessica Hecht originally auditioned to play Monica. Marcel live animal actor : A Capuchin monkey that Ross initially keeps as a pet, [e 15] and who provides comic relief for his geeky master.
One time Rachel loses him in the city, [e 16] and calls Animal Control—only to learn from Ross that Marcel is an illegal exotic animal that cannot be kept in the city.
After unsuccessfully trying to prevent animal control officer Luisa Megan Cavanagh from discovering that they are harboring an illegal exotic animal and bemusing her with their wacky behavior throughout these unsuccessful attempts, Rachel, Monica, Ross and Phoebe learn that Luisa is a former classmate of Rachel's and Monica's who upon recognizing Rachel attempts to spite her for snubbing her in high school by attempting to confiscate Marcel.
To prevent this, Rachel threatens to tell Luisa's boss about how she shot Phoebe "in the ass with a dart" that had been meant for Marcel.
Later, as Marcel sexually matures and begins to hump everything, Ross has to give him away to a zoo [e 17] —"where he can have access to regular monkey-lovin'.
In a later season Ross questions why he had a monkey as a pet, and in another episode is mentioned during an argument with Joey. Janice is one of the few characters besides the six main friends who appears in all of the Friends seasons.
She has a nasal voice, a machine gun laugh similar to Boycie from Only Fools and Horses and a thick New York accent that sounds so irritating that it makes Chandler want to break up with her, but at the same time he does not want to hurt the nonetheless good-natured Janice's feelings.
While making a hand gesture in the midst of an attempt to break up with her without upsetting her, he accidentally pokes her in the eye in "The One with the East German Laundry Detergent" [e 19] and although Phoebe is eventually able to explain to Janice on his behalf that he wants to end their relationship and get her to agree to break up with him without upsetting her in the process, he gets back together with her for New Year's [e 15] and for Valentine's.
Heckles' death, resolves not to die alone, he calls Janice, [e 21] but is disappointed to discover that she is married and pregnant.
Their relationship lasts into the third season, when Janice decides to leave her husband to be with Chandler. Later, Joey sees Janice kissing her husband, who runs a mattress business, while in the midst of their divorce.
In a later episode, the tables are turned on the annoying natured Janice when she has a brief fling with Ross shortly after he has broken up with Emily, as he is unhappy and spends the entire date complaining about everything, causing her to find him insufferable and leave him Ross had expected the reverse to eventually happen, but had been happy to date someone who listened so well to him in the meantime.
She also strongly advises Rachel that Ross may not be around to raise the baby with her as she thinks. As Monica and Chandler make plans to have children, they walk into a fertility clinic where Janice and her husband are coincidentally visiting.
To get rid of her, Chandler pretends he still loves her, causing her to as he had hoped become fearful that he will end up ruining his marriage and she will end up ruining her own as she still loves Chandler as well if she lives next door to him, so she decides not to buy the house after all and walks out of Chandler's life seemingly for good, but does kiss him one last time before she does, much to his surprise.
Presumably due to being amused by their wacky, quirky, goofy personalities, Janice seems to enjoy spending time with the six friends, which is somewhat ironic and very much inconvenient for them since none of them can stand to be around her although she seems to be completely blind to the fact that they feel this way, showing almost no awareness whatsoever of the fact that they hate having to put up with her , due to the unbearably irritating nasal New York accent she speaks with, and her annoying machine gun laugh.
Janice's distinctive laugh was born out of a slip-up Wheeler made during the rehearsal of "The One with the East German Laundry Detergent"; [e 19] after Chandler and Janice's "More latte?
Heckles Larry Hankin : Monica and Rachel's downstairs neighbor, a domineering, highly unusual elderly man who constantly complains about the noise, even though the six friends are being perfectly decent in volume whenever he claims that they are disturbing him.
His reason for this is never revealed, until "The One Where Mr Heckles Dies", in which the group discover that the noises being made in their apartment are apparently amplified in his, and when Chandler hears banging coming from the above room while in Heckles' apartment although it is never revealed exactly what the people upstairs were doing to cause the banging it annoys him so much that he inadvertently imitates Heckles by banging on the roof with his broom.
Heckles Dies". He makes a final cameo appearance in "The One with the Flashback", [e 10] set in , where he complains that Phoebe's noise is disturbing his oboe practice even though he does not actually play the oboe , and inadvertently and cruelly causes Joey to be Chandler's roommate.
He usually states that items are his, and when the other person states that he does not have one, Mr. Heckles says that he could have one.
For instance, when Rachel and Phoebe are searching for the owner of a lost cat, Mr. Heckles said "Yes, that's my cat. This appears to be how he dies when, according to Mr.
Treeger, Mr. Heckles died of a heart attack, while 'sweeping'. She dumps him after he gropes Phoebe [e 33] but has a last one-night stand with him in "The One with Ross's New Girlfriend".
Terry Max Wright : the original manager at Central Perk before Gunther takes the title, who does not hide the fact that he thinks Rachel is a terrible waitress and Phoebe is " so bad" as a musician.
He presumably retires in season 4 and from this point onwards Gunther becomes the sole manager at Central Perk.
Blake Lively as Rachel Green 83 votes. Andrew Garfield as Ross Geller 84 votes. Alison Brie as Monica Geller-Bing 86 votes.
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