How are the former "Friends" doing this holiday season?
For David Schwimmer, the lovably neurotic Ross Gellar, it's going to be a merry Christmas indeed. Schwimmer and his wife announced Thursday that they're expecting their first child.
"Actor/director David Schwimmer and his wife, photographer Zoe Buckman, are excited to be expecting their first child and couldn't be more thrilled," his representative said in a statement. "The couple were married in June 2010."
Cue the "aww." But for Jennifer Aniston, Schwimmer's "Friends" love interest, things aren't so sweet. After a bonding vacation in Mexico with comedian Chelsea Handler resulted in Handler's publicly slamming Angelina Jolie, Aniston is reportedly distancing herself from her new friend.
"Jen and Chelsea haven't officially fallen out but they certainly won't be going on vacation together for a long time unless Chelsea promises to never talk about Angelina again," a friend of Handler's was quoted as telling PopEater.com. "She understands that what Chelsea did was out of loyalty, but it didn't help. In fact, it made things worse."
"Friends" made its mark in sitcom history, dominating television for a decade. But since the hit NBC show ended six years ago, most of the "Friends" ensemble has faced an uphill battle reaching the same pinnacle of success.
The women of "Friends," including Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow, have cultivated noteworthy careers since the show ended, while their male co-stars, Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry, appear to have had a harder time finding work and staying in the spotlight.
There has been speculation that the "Friends" cast will reunite on the big screen, but there is still no official deal. Until then, take a look at what they've been doing since the show wrapped.