Tuesday, October 30, 2007

F.R.I.E.N.D.S Best scenes





Friends - Best of Chandler





Friends - best scenes




Friends - Best of Season 1




Friends Season 1 underwear promo



Friends - The Stoned Guy



Friends - Chandler Can´t Remember Which Sister



Funny Rachel moments





Monica & Chandler's wedding

Friday, October 26, 2007

F.R.I.E.N.D.S Bloopers

Friends bloopers seasons 8 and 9




Friends Bloopers




Friends Bloopers



friends- bloopers opening



Friends Bloopers Season 2

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Ross (David Schwimmer)






Birthdate: November 12th, 1966 Queens, NY

Raised in Los Angeles

Son of lawyer parents

Attended Beverly Hills High School




Graduated from Northwestern University with an A.B.S. in Speech/Theater in 1988




WHEN the producers of Friends were trolling Hollywood's talent pool for attractive twentysomething actors, David Schwimmer was already in their net. The soon-to-be hit sitcom's creators designed the role of nebbishy, nerdy, neurotic Ross Geller with Schwimmer in mind, and they cast the endearingly dorky actor without an audition. Such faith was not misguided: Friends rocketed up the ratings; audiences loved Ross; and Schwimmer assumed star status.
Ironically, Schwimmer accepted Friends' casting invitation with reluctance, for he had promised himself no more sitcoms after a miserable experience on Henry Winkler's stillborn 1994 series Monty. Besides, ever since his days as a student at Beverly Hills High, David Schwimmer has fancied himself a man of the theatuh. He and classmate Jonathan Silverman, sometime star of The Single Guy, both acted in several productions at the academic/celebrity-training institution. Upon graduation, Schwimmer headed to Chicago's Northwestern University, where he toyed with pursuing medical or legal studies, in deference to his lawyer parents. (Schwimmer's mother handled Roseanne's first divorce.)
But the lure of the stage superseded that of the courtroom, and Schwimmer went on to earn a degree in theatre and speech. Once out of school, Schwimmer co-founded Chicago's Lookingglass Theatre Company, and the troupe has been his passion ever since. Schwimmer made a brief foray into television in 1989, when he was cast as a murderous boyfriend in a TV movie, A Deadly Silence (1989), but this first Hollywood experience was so dreadful that Schwimmer returned to Chicago and immersed himself in Lookingglass productions and plenty of Friends-style loafing.







Sunday, October 21, 2007

Chandler (Mathew perry)



Matthew Langford Perry

Mathew was Born in Williamstown, Mass., and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, he had his first taste of acting when he was in the seventh grade. "After I got my first laugh on stage, I was hooked." he recalls.

At age 15 he moved to Los Angeles . Matthew's interest in acting increased after he performed in several high-school stage productions.
After his graduation, Perry had intended to enroll at the University of Southern California, but when he was offered a leading role on the television series "Boys Will Be Boys," he seized the opportunity to begin his chosen career. His other TV-series credits include regular roles on "Home Free" and "Sydney" as well as a recurring part on "Growing Pains." He guest-starred on such series as "Beverly Hills, 90210," "Who's the Boss?", "The Tracey Ullman Show," "Empty Nest" and "The John Larroquette Show."

His TV movies include "Deadly Relations," "Call Me Anna" and "Dance 'til Dawn." Among his feature films are "A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon," "She's Out of Control," "Parallel Lives" and the movies "Fools Rush In" and "Edwards and Hunt: The First American Road Trip" with Chris Farley.

In addition to acting, Perry enjoys writing. He sold his first pilot, "Maxwell's House," to Universal Television recently. His other interests include playing ice hockey and softball.


Thursday, October 18, 2007

Phoebe ( Lisa Kudrow )




Gender: Female
Birthplace: Encino, California
Birthday: 7/30/1963
Name: Lisa Marie Diane Kudrow


Lisa's father Lee Kudrow is a renowned headache specialist, while her mother Nedra Kudrow is a travel agent. Although Lisa was a hard worker and studied intensely while in elementary school, she started to show an interest in acting at an early age. She would lip synch to the soundtrack from Fiddler on the Roof, pretending to be one of the musical's characters. Lisa performed her Fiddler routine in several classes; a teacher caught a glimpse of her act and was fully impressed.

Her first significant TV role was playing the girlfriend of Woody Harrelson’s character on an episode of Cheers. In 1993 she won a recurring role on “Mad About You” as the flakey waitress Ursula. Then in 1994 she won the role of Phoebe Buffay – Ursula’s twin sister in “Friends”.

She first tried out for the part of Roz on Frasier, but was turned down. It turned out for the best, as the role of Phoebe on Friends fit Lisa like a charm, so much so that people often think that Phoebe's personality is similar to the real Lisa. Phoebe Buffay is actually the twin sister of Ursula Buffay, Lisa's Mad About You character, which Lisa continued to play every so often while the show was on the air.


One of People magazine's "Most Beautiful People in the World" in 1997, Lisa received a lot of recognition for her acting skills, including the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series for her role on Friends, an Independent Spirit Award nomination (as Best Supporting Female) for her role in The Opposite of Sex, and an American Comedy Award (Funniest Supporting Female Performer in a TV Series) for Friends.







Thursday, October 11, 2007

Monica (Courteney Cox)







Courteney Bass Cox was born in Birmingham, Alabama on June 15, 1964. The youngest of four children, Courteney was closest with her father, Richard, who was a contractor (he passed away in 2001). Her parents were divorced in 1974 -- her mother Courteney remarried Hunter Copeland, a businessman, in 1976, while her dad remarried in 1975. Courteney remained in Alabama with her mother and stepfather.







In 1982, Courteney graduated from high school and began studying architecture at Mount Vernon College in Washington. She dropped out after a year to pursue a modeling career as a Ford model. Her portfolio includes magazine covers like Tiger Beat and Little Miss, as well as commercials for Maybelline, Noxzema and Tampax -- as a matter of fact, she was the first person in American TV history to utter the word "period" on the air.

While living in New York in the early '80s, Courteney met Ian Copeland, her stepfather's nephew. The two worked at F.B.I. (Frontier Booking International), a concert booking agency in New York, in 1984. That same year, Courteney gained national exposure when director Brian De Palma selected her from a group of over 300 contenders to star as the girl Bruce Springsteen pulls onstage to dance with him at the end of his "Dancing in the Dark" video.






She starred as Jim Carrey's girlfriend, Melissa Robinson, in the hit film Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. That same year, she could be seen as Monica Geller on NBC's Friends, which remained her ultimate role until the show ended in 2004. Interestingly enough, Courteney actually auditioned for the role of bratty Rachel Green, which went to real-life best friend, Jennifer Aniston.

While Courteney was enjoying the benefits of Friends' incredible success (each cast member successfully negotiated their way to a $1 million per episode salary), she appeared as journalist Gale Weathers in 1996's Scream, and reprised the role in the film's sequels in 1997 and 2000.





Scream was more than a success -- it was where Courteney met her husband, David Arquette. Arquette starred as geeky Deputy Dwight "Dewey" Riley, and married Courteney on June 12, 1999.


In addition to roles in The Runner (1999), 3000 Miles to Graceland (2001), The Shrink Is In (2001), Get Well Soon (2001), Alien Love Triangle (2002), and November (2004), Courteney had a bit part in 2005's The Longest Yard.





In May 2004, millions of viewers tuned in to watch the Friends finale, which couldn't have come at a better time, as she gave birth to daughter Coco Riley Arquette on June 13, 2004.

Courteney has still been keeping busy with her interior design show, Mix It Up, which she co-produces with David, and roles in movies like 2005's Alpha Dog and 2006's Barnyard and Zoom.


Monday, October 8, 2007

Rachel (Jennifer Aniston)







Date of Birth:
11 February 1969, Sherman Oaks, California, USA
Mini Biography:
Born in Sherman Oaks, California, Jennifer Aniston spent a year of her
Trivia:
Measurements: 34C-23-35 1/2
Awards:
Won Golden Globe. Another 21 wins & 39 nominations
Alternate Names:
Jennifer Aniston Arquette / Jennifer Aniston Pitt



Sign : Sun in Aquarius, Moon in Sagittarius
Height : 5'5''
Hair : Brown
Eyes : Brown
Education : New York's High School For The Performing Arts,graduated in 1987
Occupation : Actress
Husband : William Bradley Pitt
Father : John Aniston, actor (NBC's 'Days of Our Lives')
Mother : Nancy Aniston, actress, ex-model.
Fan Mail : C/O Creative Artists Agency
9830 Wilshire Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
USA





Jennifer Aniston was born on February 11, 1969 in Sherman Oaks, California to Nancy and John Aniston (Victor Kiriakis on Days of Our Lives).Aniston, who is Greek, spent a year of her childhood living in Greece with her family but later, moved to New York when her father landed a role on the daytime drama, Love of Life. Aniston's parents separated when she was 9 years old. After the divorce, she was raised in New York City by her mother.Aniston was inspired to act after seeing the play Children of A Lesser God on Broadway. At 11, Aniston joined the Rudolf Steiner School's drama club. Aniston was, and still is, a very talented artist and at the young age of 11, one her paintings was displayed at an exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art.At 15, Aniston was accepted to New York's High School For The Performing Arts. In 1987, after graduating from high school, Aniston spent a year living at home with her mom. She did not want to go to college. Instead, she worked at a burger joint called Jackson Hole in Manhattan. During those burger-pushing days, Aniston won roles in the Off-Broadway productions of For Dear Life at New York's Public Theater and Dancing On Checkers Grave.





Looking for more of a challenge, Aniston moved west where she met soon-to-be friend, Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing).During 1989, Aniston was cast in a handful of television shows. In 1993, Aniston won a part in Leprechaun. In those years, Aniston made a name for herself as an actress who would take risks and graciously accept criticism of herself and her work.Then, a pilot of a show called Friends Like Us came along. Aniston was originally tested for the role of Monica, but she told the producers that she felt much more comfortable with the Rachel character and they agreed.Life wasn't all easy for Aniston though. Before getting the role of Rachel Green on Friends, Aniston was told to lose some weight and she did. She lost 30 pounds. Now, as the girl everyone wants to look like, fame has proven to be a bit daunting for Aniston. Now, her passions for things like antiquing, hiking, and travelling have been halted, for the time being. She can no longer go out into public without being stopped for autograph requests or photos and finds the worst part of her newfound celebrity status is meeting a man. However, that doesn't seem to be a problem anymore because Jennifer Aniston is currently going out with actor, Tate Donovan.





Saturday, October 6, 2007

Joey (Matt LeBlanc)



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Date of Birth:

25 July 1967,Newton, Massachusetts, USA



Mini Biography:

Matt LeBlanc was born on 25 July 1967 in Newton, Massachussetts



Trivia:

Is a motorcycle enthusiast and hosted his own TV show, "The 5 Coolest Things" (2003) (mini)...



Awards:

Nominated for 3 Golden Globes. Another 3 wins & 19 nominations



Alternate Names:

Matt LeBlanc Arquette / Matthew Le Blanc / Matt Le Blanc / Matthew LeBlanc

LeBlanc graduated from Newton North High School in 1985. After high school he attended college at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, MA. He left a while after starting his second semester. His father is Paul LeBlanc, and his mother, Pat Grossman. He is of mixed Irish,Dutch,English and Acadian descent on his father's side, and of Italian ancestry on his mother's; he is almost always cast as Italian.

When Matt was 8 years old he wanted to be a motorcycle racer. He entered into junior competitions until finally giving it up. Matt trained and did well in carpentry when he was young, winning the "Golden Hammer" award while attending high school.

On May 3, 2003, LeBlanc married long-time girlfriend Melissa McKnight and the couple had one daughter, Marina Pearl LeBlanc, who was born February 8, 2004. Marina Pearl was diagnosed as having a rare brain disorder. This disorder affects the motor abilities, causing seizures.

In August 2005, LeBlanc publicly apologized to his wife and the public for having inappropriate contact with a stripper during a vacation in British Columbia. The couple separated on January 1, 2006, and in March of that year, LeBlanc filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences, their divorce became final on October 6, 2006. According to Entertainment Tonight, LeBlanc has been dating co-star of "Joey" Andrea Anders.

In the late 1980s, Le Blanc began appearing in a number of television ads, including well-known spots for Heinz, Levi's and Coca-Cola. Matt has said that with the one ketchup commercial he was able to buy a house, a car, a motorcycle, and a wardrobe full of clothes.

In 1988, he landed his first regular TV role, on the drama TV 101 which ran for one season. In 1991 he starred in the music video for Alanis Morissette's single "Walk Away", where he played her boyfriend. In 1991, he went on to star in a spin-off of Married With Children entitled Top of the Heap. The short lived series only lasted 7 episodes in April and May of 1991. He would also play his Top of the Heap character Vinnie Verducci in a number of Married With Children episodes.

Le Blanc finally made it big when he landed the role of Joey Tribbiani in 1994 and would go on to play him for twelve years, over ten seasons of Friends and two seasons of Joey. When Matt LeBlanc auditioned for the role as Joey Tribbiani he only had $11. When the cast got their paychecks, the first thing he bought was a hot dinner. Friends was hugely successful and Le Blanc, along with his co-stars, gained wide renown among television viewers.

The cast received a salary of one million dollars per episode for the last two seasons of Friends.

Le Blanc's most notable movie roles have been in the films Ed (1996), Lost in Space (1998), Charlie's Angels (2000) and All the Queen's Men (2001).