Friends 25th Anniversary: See How Jennifer Aniston & More Have Changed Over The Years

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Oh. My. God. Friends is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Sept. 22. Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, and the rest of the cast have held a special place in our hearts since 1994. Heres how the cast is doin after all these years.

Friends premiered Sept. 22, 1994. The show became an instant hit and ran for 10 seasons on NBC. Friends catapulted Jennifer Aniston, 50, Courteney Cox, 55, Lisa Kudrow, 56, Matthew Perry, 50, David Schwimmer, 52, and Matt LeBlanc, 52, to superstardom. Thanks to reruns and Netflix, the show remains as beloved and popular in 2019. Since the show ended in 2004, the cast has gone on to do big things.

Jennifer, who played Rachel Green, is the biggest star to come out of Friends. After the show ended, she went on to star in movies like Rumor Has It, Were The Millers, and Horrible Bosses. Jen didnt return to TV in a regular series role until 2019 in Apple TV+s The Morning Show. Just a year after Friends ended in 2004, Jennifer got a divorce from Brad Pitt. She married Justin Theroux in 2015 and they split in 2017. While Rachel went through a series of hairstyles over the 10 seasons, Jens hair has mostly stayed the same — light brown hair, golden highlights, and totally flawless.

Courteney, a.k.a. Monica Geller, went on to star in the TV show Cougar Town and movies such as Scream 4, Zoom, and Bedtime Stories. Just weeks after the Friends finale aired in 2004, Courteney welcomed her daughter, Coco, with then-husband David Arquette. Courteney and David got divorced in 2013. She is currently dating musician Johnny McDaid. As for Lisa, a.k.a. Phoebe, she starred in hit movies like Easy A, Neighbors, and Booksmart. Other than Phoebe, her best-known role is Valerie Cherish in the TV series The Comeback. Lisa is still married to Michel Stern, the man she married in 1995.

David, who played Ross Geller, notably voiced Melman the Giraffe in the Madagascar film franchise after Friends ended. He made his Broadway debut in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial in 2006and feature film directorial debut in 2007 with Run Fatboy Run. He starred as Robert Kardashian in American Crime Story. His performance earned him his second Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. He married Zoë Buckman in 2010 and they have one child together. They split in 2017.