Cole Sprouse Lets Out A Secret About Jennifer Aniston While On Friends

Cole Sprouse spent many years in the entertainment industry before he began starring as Jughead Jones on the CW’s Riverdale.


He starred for many years on the Disney sitcoms The Suite of Zack and Cody which ran from 2005 – 2008, and its sequel The Suite Life on Deck from 2008 – 2011. He starred in the show with his twin brother Dylan Sprouse. He stared in many other projects with his twin. However, before his Riverdale adventures, he was a guest star on a little show called Friends!

Cole recently had an interview with the New York Post, during the interview he reminded the world that he actually played Ross Geller’s son, Ben. “I was only in seven episodes, but it’s funny now that people are recognising me for that because my brother and I have been working since we were 8 months old. Because Friends is on Netflix, there’s a renewed interest from that. People can call me ‘Ben’ on the street and I will turn around.”

Sprouse called working on the smash hit NBC series as ‘intimidating’ but ‘really wonderful’, he said it wasn’t easy because he had a major crush on Jennifer Aniston. “I had a really, really hard time working with Aniston because I was so in love with her. I was infatuated. I was speechless — I’d get all bubbly and forget my lines and completely blank. It was so difficult.”

Cole Sprouse is a young talented star who broke into the industry at a young age. After the major success of the two Disney sitcoms, they starred in as well as numerous movies the two decided to take some time off and further their education. The two were accepted to New York University and started in 2011, the two then took off time from acting to further their education. He recently returned to showbiz with the hit show Riverdale, based on Archie comics.

So now when you watch friends look out for Cole Sprouse in the show. Just remember when you watch the show and see him sharing scenes with Jennifer Aniston that he had a major crush on the actress which just makes it cuter.