Lisa Kudrow jokes her biggest flaw is “taking credit for everything”.
The Friends star is a proud parent to 14-year-old son Julian with her husband of nearly 20 years Michael Stern.
Lisa is fiercely proud of her family unit, but jested that characteristic is the one she’d most like to change.
“My greatest achievement is my family, my son and my husband. I’m still married and my son is a very nice person. That’s not actually just my achievement, is it?” Lisa joked to the latest episode of Vanity Fair’s Hollywood video interview.
“The one thing I’d change about myself is that I’d stop taking credit for absolutely everything.”
Lisa starred in Friends from 1994 – 2004 alongside Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry. All the cast members became global stars and raked in an impressive $1 million per episode in the final two seasons. Lisa discussed the hot topic of whether the cast will ever reunite, and mocked the very idea.
“A Friends reunion? How sad. That was a rumor that started, I remember, our first interview the day after it wrapped, that was the first question I was asked, ‘So is there going to be a reunion?’ It started then and it hasn’t stopped,” she deadpanned.
“I do remember my audition for Friends, it was a monologue where I say, ‘You know how your mom tries to commit suicide and your dad ends up in jail, and you end up living in a car like a homeless albino’. It was that Phoebe monologue I did in audition.”
The 50-year-old actress also shared her most annoying habit. She quipped that the flaw also relates to her biggest worry in life.
“I say ‘like’ a lot, I don’t notice it unless something is in print. But I sound like an idiot. I read like an idiot. But other than that I’m not,” she joked.
“My greatest fear is that I look like an idiot.”
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