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Here’s how much the cast of Friends is worth today

Just before landing the role of the lovable yet womanizing aspiring actor Joey Tribbiani on Friends, Matt LeBlanc was broke. “I had, I think, I was down to $11,” he revealed during an appearance on Conan in 2019. “Now that’s holding out too long. Because even if I said at that point, ‘All right, I’m going to go get, like, a waiter job,’ by the time that $11 ran out, it would have been before the first paycheck on that job. I would have starved.” Unlike his former co-stars, the actor understandably held onto his most popular character long after the show wrapped.

LeBlanc went on to star on his own spin-off series, Joey, in 2004. The ill-fated sitcom was cancelled after two seasons due to low ratings, but as the TV star told The Guardian in 2012, “I made a f**king s**tload of money, so call it a failure all you want.” While LeBlanc’s on-screen career appeared to be in trouble, he turned things around after a five-year hiatus by playing a version of himself for six seasons on Episodes. The successful gig earned him a Golden Globe in 2012, and the actor’s follow-up turn on CBS’ Man with a Plan was renewed for a third season in 2018 (via Deadline). So, how you doin’, Matt LeBlanc? Well, we’d say our guy is doing just fine financially these days, with a reported net worth of $80 million.

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