Jennifer Ansiton, Lisa Kudrow

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Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow are known for playing Rachel Green and Phoebe Buffay in the classic sitcom Friends, and they came together for an interview for Variety's Actors on Actors issue. The two shared their favorite memories from the show and what projects they are currently working on.


In the clip, Aniston shared to Kudrow what she loved most about rewatching Friends:

"Here's what I love, is when I watch an episode, I'll usually remember where we broke during the scene. You and I would always get into these fits of laughter because you had this wonderful ability to - you were about to hit your punchline, and you would do this adorable thing where you would break. You would say the punchline, and you would always turn to the audience and say, 'I'm sorry, it's really funny'"

Aside from the laughs they shared, Kudrow shared what she struggles most with being an actor:

"What I don't like about myself is sort of - what I'm doing is getting permission to try something. If someone else has written a character, that to me is my biggest flaw."

The two actors also talked about what they have been up to recently. Aniston talked about her role as Alex Levy on The Morning Show and Kudrow mentions the two projects she had worked on including Netflix's Feel Good and Space Force.

For more from Variety's interview with Aniston and Kudrow, click here.

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