The “Friends” series lasted 10 years. During this time, all the main actors were nominated for Emmy Awards… all but one, Courteney Cox, the interpreter of Monica. She recently confessed that it was a real pain for her.
In ten seasons, the actors of the series “Friends” have been nominated no less than 16 times at the Emmy Awards. All except one. Courteney Cox, the interpreter of Monica, never had this honor. Recently invited to Howard Stern’s microphone with Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow, she returned to this injury.
“It always hurt me. When all the actors were appointed except me, it hurt my heart. I was happy for everyone, and then I was like, ‘Oh, so am I the only one?’ It hurts.“That didn’t stop the star from being happy for her partners:”I want them to win. I never wanted to take anything away from anyone. I just want to be a part of some things … and the girls and guys on this show have all earned their nominations. I am in awe of their talent.“
Subsequently, Courteney Cox even received a Golden Globe for her role in the series “Cougar Town”: “The only thing that made me feel good – because they all won and received so many accolades – was being nominated for Cougar Town, at the Golden Globes. It meant a lot to me. I wanted my peers to respect me, and I know the Golden Globes aren’t my peers, but I was like, ‘Hey, that takes a little bit of the sting.’”
The actress had nevertheless received various awards for her role in “Friends”: a Golden Apple Award in 1995, the People’s Choice Awards for “Favorite actress in a new television series” still in 1995, and a TV Guide award. Awards in 2000.