One of the most moving parts of Friends was when Phoebe gave birth to triplets. When Phoebe’s brother Frank Jr. and his wife Leslie found out they couldn’t have a child on their own, they asked Phoebe to carry their child. In the 100th episode of the show, she had triplets, which made everyone cry, including us.
That happened more than 20 years ago, and now Frank Jr. Jr., Leslie Jr., and Chandler are all grown up and look very different from when they were babies. Alexandria Cimoch, who played one of the babies, is now a TikTok star and has spilt the beans about the show.
The actress who was a baby is now a sophomore at the University of Wisconsin. She told her fans that she and her three brothers, Cole, Justin, and Paul, played one of the triplets. It seems that all four of the real-life quadruplets were chosen to play the three babies.
But in later episodes, the baby actors didn’t play the toddlers. They were hired again, and here’s a reminder of what the second group of actors on Friends looked like:
What are they doing right now?
Dante Pastula hasn’t been seen on screen much since he played Frank Jr. in Friends. In 2004, he did a child’s voice in The Polar Express. In 2007, he worked again with Sierra Marcoux, who played his on-screen sister, to play Moshe in Ablution.
Sierra, who played young Chandler, has also stayed mostly out of the spotlight. In He’s a Bully, Charlie Brown, she voiced Sally Brown. A year later, she was in The Poughkeepsie Tapes and Ablution. She’s kept such a low profile that no one can find a picture of her older than ten…
Allisyn Ashley Arm
Allisyn played little Leslie and had a much more well-known acting career than her on-screen siblings. In 2009, she got her big break when she was cast as the main character on the Disney Channel shows Sonny With a Chance and So Random!
Since then, she has had minor roles in Disney’s I Didn’t Do It and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. The last movie she was in was the horror film Ozark Sharks, and she is now the star of the web series Astrid Clover.