10 years after ‘Friends' finale, where are Fun Bobby, Gunther and others?

Actors in smaller roles on sitcom continue careers

It was "The Last One," on May 6, 2004.

That's when the world bid farewell to six of its “Friends” following a 10-year series run. In the episode, Monica and Chandler packed up to move to a bigger place with their new children. Alongside Rachel, Ross, Joey and Phoebe, they said goodbye to the apartment where most of the show’s scenes took place.

Since it’s finale, the six lead actors have been seen on the silver screen and Broadway. So what happened to the other characters with whom fans connected?

Fun Bobby (Vincent Ventresca)

Playing Monica’s boyfriend with fabulous hair and appearing in two episodes over two seasons, Ventresca also played a heartthrob in “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion,” starring “Friends” actress Lisa Kudrow. In the last two decades he has had numerous appearances on TV shows, including a role on “Boston Common” in the 1990s and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” in 2013. He most recently appeared on “Psych” and is in a film that’s in post-production.

Carol (Jane Sibbett) and Susan (Jessica Hecht)

Prior to playing Ross’ ex-wife and mother to Ben, Sibbett appeared on the sitcom “Herman’s Head.” Since her time on “Friends,” she has had a few roles in films, but hasn’t been seen on screen since 2008, according to IMDB.com. She is a writer and producer. Hecht has been busy acting on TV and in some films. She played Gretchen on “Breaking Bad.” Hecht also appeared on Broadway in “Harvey” alongside “The Big Bang Theory” star Jim Parsons.

Tag (Eddie Cahill)

On “Friends,” Cahill played a young love interest to Rachel. He most recently starred in “CSI: NY,” playing Det. Don Flack until the series ended in 2013. In 2005, Cahill appeared in the surf and skateboarding movie “Lords of Dogtown.” He’ll soon be seen on the second season of “Under the Dome” on CBS.

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