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Jennifer Aniston was in an Air of 'Melancholy' During Iconic Series F.R.I.E.N.D.S. 'Finale'

Chester Published On Thu Jun 25 2020   Modified On Thu Jun 25 2020
Jennifer Aniston was in an Air of 'Melancholy' During Iconic Series F.R.I.E.N.D.S. 'Finale'

Jennifer Aniston battled to "escape" from her 'Friends' character after the show reached a conclusion in 2004.  

The American actress with 51-year-old featured as Rachel Green in the hit sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S. from 1994 to 2004 and has said she thought that it was difficult to abandon the job when the show wrapped, in light of the fact that people just perceived her as her character.  

She stated that: "You just exhaust yourself. I mean, I could not get Rachel Green off of my back for the life of me. I could not escape 'Rachel from Friends,' and it's on all the time and you're like, 'Stop playing that f***ing show!' 'The Good Girl' was the first time I got to really shed whatever the Rachel character was, and to be able to disappear into someone who wasn't that was such a relief to me." 

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However, when Jennifer landed in different parts, she started to "panic", as she believed, her role in 'Friends' as Rachel Green was the main job she was fit to.  

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The American actress who is famous for her role in 'Friends' as Rachel Green included that: 

But I remember the panic that set over me, thinking, 'Oh God, I don't know if I can do this. Maybe they're right. Maybe everybody else is seeing something I'm not seeing, which is you are only that girl in the New York apartment with the purple walls.' So, I was almost doing it for myself just to see if I could do something other than that. And it was terrifying because you're doing it in front of the world.

Jennifer Aniston, the 'Morning Show'star with a height of 1.64 m, says that she was left "constantly trying to prove" that she was "more" than her 'Friends' character until she got older and started to quit caring what others thought of her.  

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Talking during The Hollywood Reporter's yearly drama actress roundtable, she clarified that: "So, I just fought with myself and who I was in this industry forever, and it was constantly about trying to prove that I was more than that person. But there is such a freedom in getting older because you just stop giving a cr*p."

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