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Cosimo Fusco, the Italian actor who played Paolo in Friends, has revealed how he made up what he said in his native language during filming for the first season of the hit 1990s sitcom.
The show’s producers asked him to improvise, he explained in an interview with the Today show that is now going viral. © Warner Bros Phoebe and Monica made the unwise decision to 'cut out' Amanda, but frankly we'd have happily seen her stay until the finale. Thankfully, you can now watch Jennifer Coolidge being just as outrageous over on '2 Broke Girls'.
“I was a little bit skeptical because my English then wasn’t as good as it is now, let’s face it,” said Cosimo in the segment marking the comedy’s 25th anniversary. “But I was told not to speak any English: ‘Just say whatever you want in Italian.’”
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© Warner Bros via friends.wikia.com Joey was the character who went on to end up with his own spin-off, but we think it definitely should have been Frank and Alice. Who honestly wouldn't want to watch a show about a man who marries his home-economics teacher, then raises triplets, that his sister gives birth to, with her? It would have been an Emmys shoo-in.
Exclusive: Hollyoaks star reveals Mitchell and Cleo's new story . They clash over Mitchell's stripping next week. Cosimo Fusco, the Italian actor who played Paolo in “ Friends ,” has revealed how he made up what he said in his native language during filming for the first season of the hit NBC sitcom.
On Friends , Rachel ’s Italian boyfriend Paolo made his mark as a smooth-talking Casanova — and turns out, his lines were almost all ad-libbed. “I was asked to improvise,” Fusco recently told the Today show in honor of the beloved sitcom’s upcoming 25th anniversary. “I was a little bit skeptical, because
“When I’m standing by the window with Jennifer and I say, ‘Look at the moon, look at the star’ and I just say that and it stayed in everyone’s mind,” he added.
Paolo briefly dated Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel Green until he made a pass at Phoebe Buffay (played by Lisa Kudrow) during a massage.
Cosimo revealed still had affection for his character, however, saying he “would love to see him now, after 25 years, how he presents himself”.
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Paolo From Friends Reveals The Real Story Behind His Italian Lines . The one where he ad-libbed his lines Cosimo Fusco, the Italian actor who played Paolo in Friends , has revealed how he made up what he said in his native language during filming for the first season of the hit 1990s sitcom.
The one where he ad-libbed his lines Cosimo Fusco, the Italian actor who played Paolo in Friends , has revealed how he made up what he said in his native language during filming for the first season of the hit 1990s sitcom. " They 're very special to me ." Sinclair's good luck began when he stopped at
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Popular sitcom “Friends” gained millions of fans all over the world during its 10-year run from 1994 to 2004. The show, revolving around six best friends living in New York City, New York, U.S., was nominated for 62 Primetime Emmys, among other accolades. Let’s take a look at the stars, and guests, of the show and what they have been up to since.
Courteney Cox (Monica Geller)
Monica is a professional chef with traits of perfectionism and obsessive-compulsive tendencies for cleanliness. After a failed relationship with family friend Richard Burke, she falls in love with and marries one of her best friends, Chandler Bing, in the seventh season.
One of her major film roles during and after the series was that of a reporter in the “Scream” film series. Cox has been a regular face on the small screen, appearing in popular series such as “Dirt” (2007-08) and “Cougar Town” (2009-15). She turned to directing in 2012 with the TV movie “TalhotBlond.” She was last seen in the TV show “Shameless” in 2018.
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Kudrow played Phoebe Buffay , a masseuse and amateur musician whose peculiar songs, stories and mannerisms made her the quirkiest person in the group. The one where he ad-libbed his lines Cosimo Fusco, the Italian actor who played Paolo in Friends , has revealed how he made up what
Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green)
Rachel works as a waitress at the coffee house Central Perk, and later takes up a career in fashion. She is also Monica Geller's best friend since childhood. Throughout the series, she is involved in an on-and-off relationship with Monica's brother, Ross, eventually having a daughter with him named Emma. Both confess their love for each other at the end of the series and give their relationship another shot.
Aniston went on to earn massive fame and popularity. She starred in numerous romantic comedies including “Marley & Me” (2008) and “We’re the Millers” (2013). For her performance as Claire Simmons in the drama “Cake” (2014), she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. Some of her other projects include “Mother’s Day” (2016), “Office Christmas Party” (2016), “The Yellow Birds” (2017) and “Dumplin’” (2018). Her upcoming projects include “Murder Mystery” and an untitled morning show drama.
Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani)
Joey is a struggling actor and food lover, who earns fame for his role of Dr. Drake Ramoray in the soap opera “Days of Our Lives.” A simple and caring man with a long list of girlfriends, he falls in love with Rachel but, due to her complicated relationship with Ross, they decide to remain friends.
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LeBlanc appeared in two “Charlie’s Angels” movies in 2000 and 2003, and the TV series “Joey” (2004-06). He then played a fictional version of himself in the comedy series “Episodes” (2011-17), which earned him a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a TV Series Comedy in 2012. The actor has been co-hosting “Top Gear” since 2016. He is also currently seen in the sitcom “Man with a Plan” (2016- ).
Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay)
Phoebe is a masseuse and amateur musician whose peculiar songs, stories and mannerisms make her the quirkiest person in the group. She has a selfish identical twin named Ursula, who is just as quirky.
Kudrow won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series in 1998 for her performance. She took up the roles of writer, executive producer, co-creator and played the protagonist Valerie Cherish in the 2005 HBO series, “The Comeback” (2005-14). Her work in the show earned her an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. She served as the executive producer for the show “Who Do You Think You Are?” from 2010-18. Some of her recent films include “The Girl on the Train” (2016), “Table 19” (2017), “The Boss Baby” (2017) and the TV series, “Grace and Frankie” (2018) and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” (2016- ). Her upcoming projects are “Booksmart” and “Bright Futures.”
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Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing)
Chandler is an executive in statistical analysis, Joey’s roommate and, later, Monica’s husband. He is known for his sarcasm and wry sense of humor and his terrible luck in relationships, which changes when he marries Monica.
For his portrayal of a small-town teacher in the TNT movie “The Ron Clark Story” (2006), Perry earned a Golden Globe as well as an Emmy nomination. In 2011, he co-created, co-wrote and starred in the sitcom, “Mr. Sunshine,” which ran from February to April 2011. Some of his other TV roles are “The Odd Couple” (2015-17), “The Good Fight” (2017) and “The Kennedys: Decline and Fall” (2017). Film roles to his credit include “Fools Rush In” (1997), “The Whole Nine Yards” (2000) and “17 Again” (2009).
David Schwimmer (Ross Geller)
Ross is Monica’s elder brother and a paleontologist who works at a museum, but later becomes a professor at New York University. His three failed marriages and divorces become a running gag throughout the series. He has an off-on relationship with Rachel throughout the series but the two end up together.
After the show ended, Schwimmer starred in numerous independent films and worked in theater. In 2007, he made his feature film directorial debut with “Run Fatboy Run.” The actor voiced the character of Melman in the animated film series — “Madagascar,” played the role of Robert Kardashian in “The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story” (2016) and starred in the crime drama “Feed the Beast” (2016). He also starred in his first audio series — a psychological thriller from Gimlet Media titled “Homecoming.” In 2017, he teamed up with filmmaker Sigal Avin to create a short on sexual harassment of women at work, titled “That’s Harassment” (2018). Last seen in “Will & Grace” in 2018, his upcoming projects are “The Laundromat” and “Intelligence.”
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Maggie Wheeler (Janice Goralnik)
Janice is Chandler’s on-and-off love interest. She is known for the nasal tinge in her voice and her trademark cry of “Oh My God!”
Wheeler has appeared in numerous TV series including “Everybody Loves Raymond” (1996-2004), “How I Met Your Mother” (2007), “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (2011), “Californication” (2013) and “Shameless” (2018). She has also lent her voice to the character of Trinette in the spy sitcom “Archer” (2009-17). She was last seen in “Holiday Hostage” (2018).
Tom Selleck (Richard Burke)
Burke is an ophthalmologist, who is the on-and-off love interest of Monica. He is 21 years older than her. They part ways when it becomes clear that Monica wants children, while Richard (who already has a grown-up family) does not.
Selleck’s successful film and TV career goes back to 1970s. Some of his more recent TV appearances came in “Boston Legal” (2006), the “Jesse Stone” TV movie series (2005-15) and “Blue Bloods” (2010- ).
Paul Rudd (Mike Hannigan)
Mike is a lawyer-turned-musician, who is Phoebe’s love interest and, later, her husband.
Rudd has had a successful career in films which include “Our Idiot Brother” (2011), “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” (2012), “Ant-Man” (2015) and “Captain America: Civil War” (2016). He has also appeared in several Broadway plays. Recently, he reprised the role of Andy from the 2001 series “Wet Hot American Summer” in the Netflix prequel “Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later” (2017) and was seen in the films “Mute” (2018), “Avengers: Infinity War” (2018) and “Ant-Man and the Wasp” (2018). He will next be seen in “Avengers: Endgame” (2019) and “Living with Yourself.”
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Debra Jo Rupp (Alice Knight Buffay)
Alice is a home economics teacher who falls in love with and marries Frank Jr., Phoebe’s younger brother.
Debra Jo Rupp
Rupp’s other major TV work came in the popular sitcom “That ’70s Show” (1998-2006) where she played Kitty Forman. She continues to act both on stage and on screen. Recently, she was seen in several minor TV roles in shows such as “NCIS: Los Angeles” (2017), “The Ranch” (2017-18) and “This Is Us” (2017-18). Her upcoming projects are “Fair Market Value” and “The Social Ones.”
James Michael Tyler (Gunther)
Gunther is the manager of Central Perk, a cafe all the six friends regularly hang out in. His character is shown to be hopelessly in love with Rachel, which often leads to funny situations.
James Michael Tyler
Since then, Tyler has appeared in TV movies and series such as “Nobody’s Watching” (2006), “Jason’s Big Problem” (2009), “Episodes” (2012) and “Modern Music” (2013).
Jane Sibbett (Carol Willick)
Carol is Ross' first wife who leaves him for another woman.
Sibbett has appeared in numerous TV series and produced some documentaries with her company Wild Aloha Studios. She has also been directing plays in Hawaii, U.S. Her latest releases include “Winter Wedding” (2017) and “Jessica Darling’s It List” (2016). She will next be seen in the TV series, “Manopause.”
Eddie Cahill (Tag Jones)
Tag is Rachel’s young boyfriend and assistant, whom she hires because of his looks.
After “Friends,” Cahill performed with the Atlantic Theater Company but kept on appearing on the small screen from time to time. He featured in TV series such as “Glory Days” (2002), “CSI: NY” (2004-13), “Under the Dome” (2014-15) and “Conviction” (2016-17). He was also a part of movies including “Miracle” (2004), “This Is Not a Test” (2008) and “The Narrows” (2008). He was recently seen in “Hawaii Five-0” (2018).
Alexandra Holden (Elizabeth Stevens)
Elizabeth is Ross’ much younger girlfriend (and student) in season six.
Holden appeared in a number of popular TV series including “Ally McBeal” (2001), “Friday Night Lights” (2007), “Franklin & Bash” (2011) and “Rizzoli & Isles” (2012-14). She was last seen in the 2015 films “Loaded” and “Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story.” Holden’s upcoming release is “Other Monsters.”
Hank Azaria (David)
David is Phoebe’s scientist boyfriend who leaves on a research trip to Minsk, Belarus. After returning he proposes to Phoebe, who turns him down because she was seeing Mike.
Azaria continued to appear in popular TV series such as “Huff” (2004-06), “Free Agents” (2011-12) and "Ray Donovan" (2014-16). He has also appeared in numerous films including “Run Fatboy Run” (2007), “Love & Other Drugs” (2010) and “Lovelace” (2013). He is best known for his voice work for “The Simpsons” (1989- ), providing the voices for Moe the bartender, Chief Wiggum and others. He has also worked in numerous theater productions and made his directorial debut with a 2004 short film titled “Nobody’s Perfect.” He will next be seen in the short, “Ask Me If I Care.”
Cole Sprouse (Ben Geller)
Ben is Ross and Carol’s son. He lives with Carol and her wife Susan.
Sprouse went on to be cast as Cody Martin in the popular TV series, “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody” (2005-08) — a role he reprised in “The Suite Life on Deck” (2008-11). After taking a break from acting to make time for his studies, he made a comeback as Jughead Jones in the teen thriller series “Riverdale” (2016- ). His forthcoming project is “Five Feet Apart.”
Christina Pickles (Judy Geller)
Judy is the mother of Monica and Ross Geller.
Pickles’ performance earned her an Emmy nomination in 1995. After “Friends,” she made appearances in numerous TV series including “How I Met Your Mother” (2009-11), “Childrens Hospital” (2012), “Doubt” (2017) and “Family Guy” (2017-18, voice).
Aisha Tyler (Charlie Wheeler)
Charlie is a paleontology professor who first bonds with Joey but later discovers she has more in common with fellow paleontologist, Ross.
The actress has worked in numerous TV series including “24” (2005), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2004-05), “Ghost Whisperer” (2005-06), Archer (2009-18) and “Criminal Minds” (2015- ). In 2011, she started her own weekly podcast “Girl on Guy.” She hosted “Whose Line is it Anyway?” between 2013 and 2018. Her upcoming projects are “Friendsgiving” and “Judy Small.”
Anna Faris (Erica)
Erica is the mother whose twin babies are adopted by Monica and Chandler.
Since then, Faris has appeared in films such as “Brokeback Mountain” (2005), “Scary Movie 4” (2006), “The House Bunny” (2008) and “The Dictator” (2012). She also voiced the hacker emoji named Jailbreak in the 2017 animated film “The Emoji Movie.” Currently, she plays the role of a single mother in the TV series “Mom” (2013- ).
Larry Hankin (Mr. Heckles)
Mr. Heckles lives next door to Monica and Rachel and relentlessly complains of his noisy neighbors.
Hankin has appeared in many movies and TV roles, including “Money Talks” (1997), “Joan of Arcadia” (2003-05), “The Last Hand” (2010-11), “Breaking Bad” (2010-12) and “Barry” (2018). Last seen in “Wally Got Wasted” in 2019, his upcoming releases include “The Eden Theory” and “The Homeless Detective-1.”
Bonnie Somerville (Mona)
Mona is Ross’ girlfriend in season eight. They break up after Ross learns that Rachel is pregnant with his child.
Following “Friends,” she appeared in numerous TV series, including “NYPD Blue” (2004-05), “Cashmere Mafia” (2008), “Golden Boy” (2013) and “Code Black” (2015-16). Somerville is also a singer in the charity cover group, “Band from TV.” She was last seen in the TV series, “Movie Trivia Schmoedown” (2014-18).
Giovanni Ribisi (Frank Buffay Jr.)
Frank is Phoebe’s younger brother. She finds out about him while attempting to find her estranged father.
Ribisi went on to appear in films such as “Cold Mountain” (2003), “Perfect Stranger” (2007), “Public Enemies” (2009), “Avatar” (2009), “Ted” (2012) and “Selma” (2014). His portrayal of Ralph Mariano in “My Name Is Earl” (2005-08) earned him an Emmy nomination. He also plays the role of Pete in the Amazon crime drama series “Sneaky Pete” (2015- ), which is co-created by actor Bryan Cranston. He will next be seen in all the future installments of “Avatar.”
Elliott Gould (Jack Geller)
Jack is the father of Monica and Ross and husband to Judy. His is known for his crude and ill-timed comments.
The actor has had a successful movie career since the 1960s, appearing in classics such as “MASH” (1970) and “The Long Goodbye” (1973). In recent years, Gould has mainly worked on the small screen in TV shows such as “Ray Donovan” (2013-16), “Doubt” (2017) and “9JKL” (2017-18). A few of his notable films include the “The Ten Commandments” (2007), “Ocean’s” franchise (2012-18) and “Humor Me” (2017). His last appearance was in “Romancing Brazil” in 2018.
Christine Taylor (Bonnie)
Bonnie is Phoebe's friend, who dates Ross briefly.
Since her short stint on the series, Taylor has appeared in many films and TV series, including “Zoolander” (2001), “License to Wed” (2007), “Zoolander 2” (2016), “Elementary” (2017), “Search Party” (2016-17) and “Arrested Development” (2005-13, 2018). Her next release will be “Friendsgiving.”
Helen Baxendale (Emily Waltham)
Emily is Ross’ second wife, who later divorces him. Their relationship is a classic whirlwind romance, with Ross proposing to her only weeks after meeting.
The English actress went on to be a part of shows and films such as “An Unsuitable Job for a Woman” (1997-99), “Cold Feet” (1997-2003), “Beyond the Pole” (2009), “Kidnap and Ransom” (2011-12) and “Midsomer Murders” (2016). Last seen in “Cuckoo” (2012-19), Baxendale's upcoming project is “Heidi: Queen of the Mountain.”
Elle Macpherson (Janine Lecroix)
Janine is Joey’s roommate and girlfriend, who is a dancer by profession.
One of the world’s most successful models, Macpherson was nicknamed “The Body” by TIME in 1989. From 2010 to 2013, she was the host of “Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model.” She also has her own company called Elle Macpherson Inc., and other numerous successful business ventures.
Jessica Hecht (Susan Bunch)
Susan is the lesbian partner of Ross’ ex-wife, Carol. She and Ross do not get along, with their exchanges punctuated with cutting remarks.
Hecht was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in 2010 for her role in the Broadway play, “A View from The Bridge.” A few of her film and TV roles came in “The Good Wife” (2010), “J. Edgar” (2011), “Breaking Bad” (2008-13), “The English Teacher” (2013), “Person of Interest” (2013-15), “Red Oaks” (2016-17), “Banana Split” (2018) and “The Sunlit Night” (2019).
Mike Hagerty (Mr. Treeger)
Mr. Treeger is the superintendent of Monica, Joey, Chandler and Rachel's apartment building.
He has done minor roles in numerous TV series, including “Desperate Housewives” (2006), “Lucky Louie” (2006-07), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2008), “Mob City” (2013) and “Shameless” (2016). In 2017, Hagerty appeared in two short films — “Hot Flash: The Chronicles of Lara Tate - Menopausal Superhero” and “Urban Myth: Nest.” He has also appeared in a small role in the TV sitcom, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (2013-17).
Morgan Fairchild (Nora Tyler Bing)
Nora is Chandler's mother, who has divorced his father Charles.
She continued to appear in TV shows and TV movies, including “Fashion House” (2006), “The Bold and the Beautiful” (2009), “Chuck” (2008-10), “American Horror House” (2012) and “Days of Our Lives” (2017). She also sits on the board of the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). Last seen in the TV movie, “My Perfect Romance” and the TV show, “Mélange” in 2018, her future release is “All Good Things.”
Lauren Tom (Julie)
Julie is Ross' girlfriend in season two. They were friends at grad school and were reunited on a dig in China.
Tom has continued to work in TV shows including “Grace Under Fire” (1997-98), “Superman” (1996-99), “Codename: Kids Next Door” (2002-07), “Men in Trees” (2006-08), “The Newsroom” (2013), Pretty Little Liars (2015) and “Andi Mack” (2017- ). She has also voiced several characters on TV shows, including “Futurama” (1999-2013), “King of the Hill” (1997-2010) and “Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero” (2015-17).
Tate Donovan (Joshua Burgin)
Joshua is Rachel's client at Bloomingdale's, whom she dates briefly.
Donovan appeared in various TV series, including “The Guardian” (2002), “Mister Sterling” (2003), “The O.C.” (2003-06), “Damages” (2007-10), “Hostages” (2013-14) and “The Man in the High Castle” (2016). Some of his recent films are “Argo” (2012), “Manchester by the Sea” (2016) and “The Only Living Boy in New York” (2017). The actor has also done voice work for the “Kingdom Hearts” video game series and the TV show “Hercules” (1998-99). His upcoming projects include “Tuscaloosa,” “The Nomads” and “Rocketman.”
Paget Brewster (Kathy)
Kathy is a stage actress. She is initially Joey’s girlfriend, but later dates Chandler.
Brewster has appeared on various TV series, including “Huff” (2004-06), “Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law” (2005-07), “Criminal Minds” (2006- ), “Community” (2014-15), “Grandfathered” (2015-16) and “Another Period” (2015-18). She regularly appeared as Sadie Doyle on “The Thrilling Adventure Hour,” a stage production held monthly at the Los Angeles nightclub Largo between 2005 and 2015. She has also lent her voice for various characters on the animated sitcom, “American Dad!” (2005-17). She will next be seen in “World on a String.”
Jon Favreau (Pete Becker)
Becker is a millionaire who dates Monica briefly.
Favreau is now a successful movie director with films such as “Made” (2001), “Iron Man” (2008), “Chef” (2014) and “The Jungle Book” (2016) under his belt. He has also served as an executive producer on various films, including “The Avengers” (2012) and “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015). His upcoming directorial ventures include “Jungle Book 2” and “The Lion King.” He is also an acclaimed actor with works including “Something’s Gotta Give” (2003), “The Break-Up” (2006) and “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” (2010-13). He'll next be seen in “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and “Avengers: Endgame.”
Michael Rapaport (Gary)
Gary is Phoebe’s boyfriend, who is a police officer.
Apart from acting, he has multiple directorial credits, including the documentary, “Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest” in 2011 which garnered positive reviews. His movie roles include films such as “Hitch” (2005) and “Sully: Miracle on the Hudson” (2016). Some of Rapaport's recent appearances on TV include shows such as “Public Morals” (2015), “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” (2016), “White Famous” (2017) and “Atypical” (2017-18).
Adam Goldberg (Eddie Menuek)
Eddie is Chandler’s ill-tempered roommate for three episodes in the second season. He moves in after Joey moves out to his new apartment temporarily.
Goldberg has appeared in many prominent films such as “Saving Private Ryan” (1998), “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” (2003), “Deja Vu” (2006) and “Once Upon a Time in Venice” (2017). He has also been a part of shows including “The $treet” (2000-01), “Joey” (2005-06), “Entourage” (2007), “The Unusuals” (2009), “Fargo” (2014) and “Graves” (2017). Last seen on TV series “Taken” (2018), his next release is “Running with the Devil.”
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