Of the six main cast members, there’s hardly a debate about which of them has had the most successful career post-“Friends”: Jennifer Aniston became even more of a household name as she went on to have an ultra-successful film career.
In the years following the end of “Friends,” Aniston had success with films such as 2004’s “Along Came Polly,” 2006’s “The Break-Up,” 2008’s “Marley and Me,” and 2009’s “He’s Just Not That Into You.” And that trajectory has not slowed down, as she has continued to work consistently throughout the years. Most recently, she retuned to television with “The Morning Show,” for which she even received a Golden Globe nomination — and was paid a salary double that of “Friends,” at a whopping $2 million per episode (via The Hollywood Reporter).
As reported by Cosmopolitan in 2020, Aniston’s net worth is about $300 million. Further, Aniston exceeds her former co-stars by quite a margin, as the next highest net worth of the sitcom stars belongs to Courteney Cox, at $150 million. The rest of the cast each have, unsurprisingly, a substantial net worth as well: Matthew Perry’s is $120 million, Lisa Kudrow’s is $90 million, David Schwimmer’s is $85 million, and Matt LeBlanc’s is $80 million.
It’s safe to say that each of the friends could easily afford Monica’s luxury apartment – even without it being rent-controlled.