The gang is set to earn even more from the much-talked about reunion, which streams starting today.
The 90s sitcom Friends, which ran for 10 seasons and won 6 Emmys, is finally getting a long-awaited reunion of its cast. After years of rumors of the reunion happening since its 2004 wrap, HBO Max finally was able to round up Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry at the Burbank Warner Brothers Studio to film the special.
Variety reports that the cast members will earn at least $2.5 million to participate in the show. With the reunion airing on HBO Max today, we dive into each Friends actors net worth, their luxury purchases, and the other projects they engaged in the entertainment industry.
Matt LeBlanc ($80 Million)
Joey Tribbiani is the show’s resident ladies man, a good-natured funny guy well-known for his signature quip “how you doin’?” LeBlanc, for his part, seems he’d be quite well with his hefty bank account.
The 53-year-old actor starred and produced his most recent TV show, Man With A Plan, which aired on CBS for four seasons. During the Friends era, he also appeared in the Charlie’s Angels movies, which starred Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Lucy Liu.
In 2016, LeBlanc began presenting on the automotive show Top Gear, a fitting gig as he’s known to have an extensive luxury car collection. This includes a Ferrari 360 Modena, Porsche Carrera 4 GTS, and a Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG. Three years later, he bowed out of hosting the BBC show’s reincarnation to spend more time with his family.
Lisa Kudrow ($90 Million)
After playing the whimsical Phoebe Buffay—the unconventional blonde who gave the world “Smelly Cat“—for 10 years, Kudrow continued taking comedy roles.
She starred in Easy A and Bad Neighbors opposite Emma Stone and Seth Rogan on the big screen, respectively. The 57-year-old then tried her hand in drama when she appeared in the thriller The Girl On The Train.
In 2017, Kudrow sold her $3.6 million ski chalet in Utah. The 3,759-square-foot home features five bedrooms, a stone fireplace, and a hot tub overlooking snowy mountains. The chalet is in the exclusive Black Diamond Lodge, which offers residences slope-side amenities.
David Schwimmer ($100 Million)
Schwimmer’s stint as the book-smart but socially awkward Ross Geller won many hearts with his nerdy charm. We saw the same characteristics in Marty, the clumsy giraffe he lends his voice to in the animated film Madagascar. However, in 2016, he took on a serious role as lawyer Robert Kardashian in the dramatization of OJ Simpson’s 1995 trial.
In 2011, the 54-year-old listed his Los Angeles mansion for $10.7 million, a year after his wedding with British ex-wife Zoe Buckman. The listing indicates that the two-story Mediterranean-style home features nine bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, and five fireplaces.
Last year, Schwimmer spent time in United Kingdom towns such as Thanet, Deal, Canterbury, and Ashford while filming an advert for UK bank TSB.
Matthew Perry ($120 Million)
Perry portrays the sarcastic Chandler Bing, a role that served as good training for many of the 51-year-old’s film credits.
In 2009, Perry played a middle-aged man that miraculously goes back in time and transforms into his high school self in the Teen Choice Awards winning movie 17 Again.
Last year, the Massachusetts-born actor listed his Los Angeles luxury penthouse for $27 million along with his $14.95 million Malibu beach home. While two of his California properties are on the market, Perry still resides on the west coast.
Nowadays, he’s living in a $6 million cottage in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Courtney Cox ($150 Million)
She played Monica Geller, the overly competitive and obsessive-compulsive one of the six main characters. Cox continued her successful TV career when she starred in another comedy show Cougar Town, which ran from 2009 to 2015.
The 56-year-old met her then-husband at work while on the set of the horror movie Scream. Cox and David Arquette were married for 14 years before getting divorced in 2013. They currently have an amicable relationship as they co-parent their teenage daughter Coco.
In 2008, the Alabama native sold her Malibu home for $27.25 million. Cox then moved to a property she deems her ‘forever home’ in the same city. “In June, it would be eight years since the main house was built, but I’ve had the whole property for maybe 10 years. This is a house I’ll never move from; it really is so special to me,” she shares in 2017 with furniture brand One Kings Lane.
Jennifer Aniston ($300 Million)
Aniston’s portrayal of headstrong and fashion-forward Rachel Green became a fan-favorite because of her character’s sense of loyalty to the group. After Friends wrapped, Aniston appeared in many TV and movie productions, which garnered her the highest net worth and most awards among Friends’ main cast.
She bagged her second SAG award last year, which she could display next to her Golden Globe, Emmy, and five People’s Choice Awards. With her popularity and the consistent performance of the films she stars in, large brands started tapping her for endorsements such as Emirates, Aveeno, and SmartWater.
Last year, the Beverly Hills home Aniston previously lived with ex-husband Brad Pitt sold for $32.5 million. Currently, she lives in a $21 million 8,500 square-foot Bel-Air property.
The mansion was designed by the late modernist architect A. Quincy Jones in 1965. Aniston told Architectural Digest in its February 2018 issue that she’d ‘want to be a designer if she wasn’t an actress because she loves ‘the process.’
The Friends Reunion stars streaming today on HBO Max.
Banner photo from David Schwimmer’s Instagram Page