• Jennifer Aniston did not like the energy one male "Friends" guest star brought to the set
  • Aniston said the actor later apologized for his rude behavior and explained that he was too "nervous" at the time
  • She did not reveal who the actor was but confirmed it wasn’t Tom Selleck or Sean Penn

"Friends" featured a long list of guest stars during its decade-long run, but Jennifer Aniston said one actor felt he was too good for the sitcom.

During her appearance on SiriusXM's "The Howard Stern Show" Wednesday, the "Morning Show" star spoke about one "Friends" guest star's rude behavior on the set of the series.

"It was as if they were just too above this," Aniston was quoted by Us Weekly as saying.

"I remember when we were doing a network run-through, the network and the producers would just laugh. And this person would be like, 'Listen to them, just laughing at their own jokes. So stupid, not even funny,'" she added. "It was just like, 'What are you doing here? Your attitude — this is not what we’re all about.'"

Aniston noted that the cast and crew, including herself, did not appreciate the actor's attitude at the time. "This is a wonderful, warm place to be, and you're coming into our home and just s--t on it," she continued.

The "Wanderlust" star declined to reveal the name of the actor but confirmed it was not Tom Selleck or Sean Penn, Us Weekly noted. Aniston also shared that the actor later apologized.

"The funny thing is, that male did apologize about their behavior years later, and just said, 'I was so nervous, to be honest, that I wasn't on my best behavior,'" she recalled.

In the same interview, Aniston spoke about her experience participating in a virtual table read of 1982’s "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" with her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, in September 2020.

"It was absolutely fun. You know, Brad and I are buddies. Like, we’re friends, and we speak," she explained. "There’s no oddness at all, except for everyone that probably watched it and was wanting there to be, or assumed there to be."

Aniston also explained why she and her co-star David Schwimmer never dated despite developing crushes on each other during their time on "Friends."

"We were in relationships and it was always never the right time and it wouldn’t have worked," she said, adding that they channeled their feelings into their characters in the show.

In HBO Max's "Friends: The Reunion," both Aniston and Schwimmer admitted that they had mutual feelings for each other but that they never went beyond friendship.

"The first season, I had a major crush on Jen," Schwimmer said.

"It was reciprocated," Aniston added.

Aniston was married to Pitt from 2000 to 2005. She went on to marry Justin Theroux in 2015, but they split two years later.

US actress Jennifer Aniston said she had feelings for her co-star David Schwimmer early on in the making of "Friends"
US actress Jennifer Aniston said she had feelings for her co-star David Schwimmer early on in the making of "Friends" AFP / Robyn Beck