Woman Who Played One Of Phoebe's Triplets In Friends Is Now A TikTok Star
A woman has revealed on TikTok that she was one of Phoebe Buffay's triplets in the hit 90s sitcom Friends - watch her reveal the news below:
Let's recap: When Phoebe Buffay gave birth to her brother's children (she was a surrogate, guys, don't panic) she wasn't aware that there were going to be three of them.
Wanting to keep things as authentic as they could, the producers opted to cast real-life triplets to play the roles of Leslie, Frank Jr. Jr. and Chandler.
In the end they were actually portrayed by quadruplets Alexandria, Paul, Justin and Cole Cimoch for the season six episode 'The One With Joey's Porsche'.
Alexandria has now become a viral sensation on TikTok after revealing her former role on the popular show, posting pictures of herself as a little 'un being cradled by Chandler (Matthew Perry) and babysat by Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow).
The clip, which was posted last month, has racked up an enormous 2.7 million views, with people clearly impressed by her role in the show.
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Many were more focused on the fact that she was held by Mr Bing himself, with one person commenting: "YOU GOT TO TOUCH CHANDLER BING."
Another added: "Pls legally change ur middle name to Chandler for this reason," with a third writing: "Matthew Perry help you - you are my goddess."
Alexandria, who is studying at the University of Wisconsin, went on to share some snippets from behind the scenes, revealing that all four quadruplets were used in the episode - meaning that one of her brothers ended up playing baby Chandler, who was of course a little girl.
But the Cimoch quadruplets didn't continue playing the triplets and when they returned to the show a little later on with their desperate dad trying to palm one of them off on Phoebe, they were played by Dante Pastula, Sierra Marcoux and Allisyn Ashley Arm.
Dante has dabbled in acting, Sierra has fallen off the radar and Allisyn has enjoyed numerous gigs including the Disney Channel's Sonny With a Chance.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/alexiscimoch/Warner Bros.