A Collection of Famous Actors Who Guest Starred on Friends

If you talk to anybody, both old and young, about entertainment, they will more than likely be familiar with, or even be able to spout off numerous quotes from the 90’s sitcom “Friends”. The show itself produced major household names in the entertainment industry, with stars like Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox, to name a few, taking center stage on the sitcom. However, the show also had its fair share of guest stars make their own debuts on the series, and in this gallery that we have posted, you can see some of the actors who you already had known to appear on the series, and even some celebs who may just surprise you or will jog your memory! You can take a peek inside the gallery here:

For those who have been living under a rock for the past couple of decades, ‘Friends’ was one of the top running sitcoms during the ’90s and early 2000s, with quite a fan base backing it up, even to this day. The show centers around six friends — Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Joey, Phoebe, and Monica — Who all live in the same apartment complex and go through life’s ups and downs together in the heart of New York City. The show ran for ten season, and the series finale aired in May of 2004, which seemed like the end of an era for the NBC network as well. The show, with its dramatic as well as comedic moments, struck the hearts of fans all over the world, and enabled these actors and actresses to have big time careers even after the end of the show. As we mentioned before, there were also a slew of guest appearances from well known, and not so well known, actors and actresses during that time period. Some of these stars included the likes of Charlie Sheen, Gary Oldman, Sean Penn, Bruce Willis, George Clooney, Leah Remini, and so many more. For some of these stars, it marked the very beginning of their careers and making it in the big time, which seems like long ago history for fans everywhere.

We’re not even going to put their names down because we think you can get them all:

So many of these actors that we have listed had their first acting moments and gigs in front of the screen guest starring on ‘Friends’, and although it may have been a small role at the time, it is one that allowed them to have the beginnings of a huge career in the industry. Actors and actresses of all different statuses and genres, such as that of Brad Pitt, Winona Ryder, Robin Williams, Danny DeVito, Reese Witherspoon, Julia Roberts, and so many more, all had wonderful appearances on such an iconic show, that it is no wonder how or why ‘Friends’ has stood the test of time for so many years and has reached so many audiences of all ages and generations. Now that we’ve seen this flashback, I’m sure fans everywhere are hoping more than ever that a reboot or even reunion show could hopefully, potentially be in the works.


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