Courteney Cox became a household name thanks to her role as the humorous Monica Geller on the long-running and widely lauded sitcom “Friends,” that ran from 1994 through 2004.
Even after the conclusion of the show, Cox remained a major actor in the Hollywood film industry.
In addition to her career as an actress, Cox is well-known for the strong connection she has with Jennifer Aniston, a former cast member of the television show “Friends.” Both of them are very supportive of one another’s endeavors and do so often.
Cox also battled with the fact that she was the only primary star of “Friends” who was not nominated for an Emmy award. She also opened about her struggle to look young. She freely stated that in her effort to maintain her young appearance, she “really made matters worse.”
Cox said that a friend was the one who brought to her attention the possibility that she had over the line in her behavior. She also discussed her experience of being the only key cast member from “Friends” who was not nominated for an Emmy Award.
During their time spent on the popular sitcom, Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, and Matt LeBlanc were all considered for the award at some point during the show’s run of ten seasons.
The cast of “Friends” got together for an interview to discuss their experiences working on the program, and during that conversation, Courteney Cox shared further details regarding the denial she received from the Emmys.
“When every cast member was nominated except me, it absolutely hurt my sentiments,” the actress revealed.
“The only thing that made me feel good – since they’ve all won and they’ve earned so many praise and recognition – was that I was nominated for a Golden Globe for ‘Cougar Town’ the first year.
I’m tempted to say, “Yeah, who cares?,” but the truth is that it meant the world to me.