He played coffee shop owner Gunther on 90 & # 39; s sitcom Friends, whose 10-year love for character Rachel Green remained unanswered.
And when he spoke with Daily Mail Australia this month, actor James Michael Tyler described working with Jennifer Aniston as an absolute pleasure.
The 57-year-old also admitted that there is no reason to film a reboot, 25 years later since the show's debut.
EXCLUSIVE: & # 39; I see no reason to visit again & # 39 ;: Gunther friends actor James Michael Tyler (left), 57, said Jennifer Aniston (right), 50, was & pleasure to to cooperate with & # 39; in an interview with Daily Mail Australia this month … but admitted that there is no point filming a reboot
& # 39; She is such a & # 39; n perfect professional and a lovely, beautiful person, & # 39; James said about Jennifer, 50.
& # 39; She is very tender, open and honest, down to earth and grounded. She embodied Rachel's character so perfectly. & # 39;
& # 39; It was just a pleasure working with her as a co-actor, & # 39; he went on. & # 39; She was very professional on the set, always on time, always knew her lines and was also very generous as an actor. & # 39;
James added that Jennifer & # 39; gave the energy back & # 39; on the set and & # 39; everyone she contacted helped become a better actor & # 39 ;.
Praise: James, who played coffee owner Gunther (far left), said about Jennifer (depicted in the middle as the character Rachel Green): & # 39; She was very professional on the set, always on time, always knew her lines and was also very generous as an actor & # 39;
Despite the flowing comments, the star born in Mississippi admitted that there is no reason to film a reunion episode.
& # 39; I know the show's creators have all said in the past that they had packed the show the way they wanted, & # 39; James began.
& # 39; And I have to agree with that. They have made a very good series that has a good beginning, middle and end right now, and myself … I see no reason to visit again, that's just my opinion. & # 39;
No reason: despite the overwhelming remarks, the star born in Mississippi admitted there was no reason to film a reunion episode: & (39) They (the writers) have made a really good series, which on this point has a good start, middle and end. & # 39; Depicted in 2014
& # 39; That said, if anything ever appeared in the future, I would definitely bleach my hair again and let Gunther grow again, because I really loved that character. & # 39;
The character of Gunther was certainly not planned, with James revealing how he was initially cast as just a little extra, just known on the telephone sheet as & # 39; coffee man & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I never auditioned, but as a bonus I came across the first episode of the pilot of the first season. I was a background artist, & James 39 Mail told Australia.
& # 39; I knew how to make a good latte & # 39 ;: James revealed that he had barista experience after having a job as a work while being cast as a background artist in the show. Pictured this month
& # 39; I didn't have the name Gunther until the 33rd episode that was midway through the second season. The writers gave me one word to say: & # 39; Yes & # 39 ;, and it's just built from there. It was never intended to be a character. & # 39;
James went on with the joke that he actually had barista experience after having a job as a job while being cast as a background artist in the show.
& # 39; I was a barista then. I actually took the job of Friends because, at that time, I would offer $ 45 extra per week, and I got a free meal of artisan service, which was also very useful.
& # 39; I knew how to make a good latte, mocha or whatever you want. & # 39;
The entire 10 seasons of friends are now streamed on Stan. Friends celebrated its official 25th anniversary on September 22.
Friends was NBC & # 39; s popular sitcom of the 90s: Pictured in 1999 from left to right: Cast members David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry
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