The former couple are parents to 11-year-old daughter Coco.
However, Le Blanc’s reps vehemently shot down reports, pointing out that the actor arrived alone and “wasn’t seen leaving the party with any women.” In light of actor’s ways, it comes as no surprise the couple ultimately decided to split.
His early-era Brando looks have succumbed to middle-age spread; at 46, he is now less of the puppy dog Joey from Friends and more an affable pitbull. He is talking about the dark humour in Episodes, the satirical television comedy now in its third series in which he plays a fictionalised, megalomanic version of himself. So I decided to play it as if it were our in-joke, my pet name for her.’ He offers me two renditions, tripping more lightly off the second. Interviewing him is already a complicated, ‘meta’ affair: he exists, at least in our minds, in three separate, overlapping incarnations.
The bristly, silver Tintin quiff is cropped a little too short for his expanded proportions. ‘There’s a scene in which I call my ex-wife a c*** after I lose a custody battle. Most indelibly etched is the Tiggerish Joey Tribbiani, whom he played from 1994 for a decade in Friends.
Cast: Allison Tolman, Lucas Neff, Kirby Howell-Baptise, Barry Rothbart, Mo Collins Team: W/EP Samm Hodges, Michael Killen; EP Jimmy Miller, Sam Hansen, Kathy Dziubek Studio: ABC Studios, Legendary Television Format: Single-camera Location: Logline: Marty Schumacher (Justin Long) coached his last club soccer team for 10 years, ultimately taking them to the national championships.
He now has to start from scratch with a diverse group of 8-year-olds, and their disparate parents.