The Cast of "Friends'
From left: David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow are pictured in a production still from the "The One Where They All Turn Thirty" episode of the show. Getty Images

It's officially been 23 years since "Friends" premiered on NBC, paving the way for the series to become a cult smash that fans still relate to 13 years after it ended an impressive 10 season run on the network.

While the only way fans get to see their six favorite friends all together in the consistent re-runs of the show that air on various cable channels, since the series came to an end, the six stars of the show have continued to go on to have impressive careers.

While "Friends" was a major success which helped to catapult the careers of Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt Leblanc, it isn't the only way the stars have made their money. Since the series ended, all have gone on to various roles in television and movies, as well as several other ventures. While some have become A-list staples, others have consistently worked in lesser-known projects, though all are still known for their memorable turns as Rachel Green, Monica Gellar, Phoebe Buffay, Ross Gellar, Chandler Bing and Joey Tribbiani.

While looking at the careers they've all had since the series came to an end in 2004, it's impressive to see what they've all done since, and the net worth they've all also accumulated as a result. So who has the biggest fortune these days (and the biggest chance of being able to actually afford that apartment we all knew Rachel and Monica realistically couldn't)? Check out the list below to see which actor is worth the most money in 2017.

Jennifer Aniston: $200 Million

It isn't much of a surprise that Jennifer Aniston, who has arguably had the biggest career since "Friends," comes out on top when compared to her former co-stars. Her net worth is roughly estimated at $200 million, though there have been estimates as high as $220 million.

It's not a surprise that Aniston has accumulated so much wealth in her post-"Friends" career. She became the face of several romantic comedies and other movies after the show ended, starring in titles like "Rumor Has It...," "The Break-Up,"Marley & Me," "He's Just Not That Into You," "The Bounty Hunter," "The Switch," "Just Go With It," "Wanderlust," "We're The Millers," and recently, "Office Christmas Party."

She also starred in a hilarious turn as a sex-addicted dentist in the "Horrible Bosses" trilogy, and earned an Oscar nomination for her role in the movie "Cake." Besides her work as a film actress, she has also served as a producer and director on several projects, and will be producing a new television show alongside Reese Witherspoon.

In addition to that work, Aniston has several endorsement deals as well, which have also earned her some money. According to Celeb Net Worth, she has been a celebrity spokesperson for Aveeno Lotion, Living Proof, Glaceau SmartWater and L'Oreal. She also has a perfume line.

Aniston also reportedly is the owner of three properties, including a $21 million Bel Air, California, Mansion, $8.7 million New York Apartment and her $42 million Beverly Hills, California, mansion that she calls "Ohana." She also reportedly owns a Range Rover car, as well as a Bentley Continental GT, which is worth a reported $214,000.

Courteney Cox: $120 Million

Coming in at number two among the "Friends" cast's net worth totals is Aniston's real life best friend, Courteney Cox, a.k.a. Monica Gellar. While Aniston could certainly afford several of Monica and Rachel's apartment, Cox could also do so with ease.

In addition to several roles in various TV shows and movies, Cox reprised her role as Gale Weathers-Riley in "Scream 4," and found success with her series "Cougartown." Like Aniston, she has also served as a producer and director on several projects as well, and owns her own production company, Coquette Productions. Endorsements included a 2013 advertising campaign with Pantene Pro-V, as well as other deals over the years with Avon Cosmetics, Coca-Cola, Head and shoulders and Kinerease Skincare.

It's unclear what the value of her home is, though she has lived in her beachfront Malibu home for several years.

David Schwimmer: $80-$85 Million

Surprisingly, Ross's counterpart comes in at number three on the list when it comes to which actor has the biggest earnings, with a reported net worth of $80-$85 million. While he did voice the character of Melman in Dreamworks' "Madagascar movies, and did some stage work, his acting career seemed to flourish less than his co-stars over the years. He recently became a bigger household name once again though in 2016, when he starred as Robert Kardashian in "American Crime Story: The People v. O'J' Simpson," which likely has helped to his impressive net worth. Like his co-stars, he has also served as a director and producer on projects as well.

Matthew Perry: $80 Million

Perry, who has admitted to past struggles with drugs and alcohol, has done well following his time as Chandler Bing. He has appeared in movies like "17 Again," and headlined several different TV shows, though none have had much luck beyond lasting a few seasons. Those projects included "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," "Mr. Sunshine," "Go On," and the recently canceled "Odd Couple" reboot on CBS.

A big part of Perry's net worth seems to come from his impressive collection of luxury cars, reportedly totaling nine, which includes a Jaguar. He also owns a home in New York City estimated to be worth over $1 million.

Lisa Kudrow: $60-$70 Million

Kudrow has found steady success with TV work, including both her successful shows, "Web Therapy," and "The Comeback," and has also appeared in several movies, including "P.S. I Love You," "Easy A," and "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising."

While Kudrow isn't the wealthiest alum, in 2015, Decider labeled her the "hardest working" member of the former show's cast, due to her consistently working on TV as an actress, and her varied projects as a producer and writer as well.

It's unclear what the value of her current property is, though she did sell a home she had in Park City, Utah, for $3.6 million earlier this year.

Matt LeBlanc: $60 Million

At the bottom of the list is none other than Joey himself. While the doomed "Friends" spinoff that featured Leblanc's character in the title role marks a dark spot on his career, he has also found some success following the show. He not only won a Golden Globe for his Showtime series "Episodes," but he has also had success with his CBS series "Man With A Plan." He has also been the host of "Top Gear" since 2012.

He listed his home in Pacific Palisades, California, for $8.75 million in 2016.

Friends Cast
The cast of "Friends" have some surprising net worths following the show's end in 2004. Here, Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer and Lisa Kudrow and pictured with Conan O'Brien in a production still. Getty Images