Disney Characters From Friends Friends, unlike many other popular television shows such as Game of Thrones or The Witcher, never had a glamorous, over-the-top storyline or a large set. Instead, this show relied heavily on the characters, their personalities, and the connections and relationships they formed along the way to entertain viewers, which they did admirably.
The personalities of the Friends characters are easily identifiable and easy to describe because they present themselves in an over-the-top manner in order to get laughs. That’s essentially the same technique Disney employs to bring its animated characters to life in its films. But, if the Friends characters were to cross over into the Disney universe, who would play their roles?
Phoebe – The Genie
Phoebe Buffay is undoubtedly a very out-there character who is incredibly unique and has an eccentric personality. She lives within her bubble, which allows her to come out with some of the strangest yet funniest moments within the series.
Mike – Baloo
Mike was a real hit when he joined Friends, with Paul Rudd bringing all of his usual charm and humor to the role. Mike’s a brilliant character who knows what he is doing, showcasing a kind and caring heart while also happy to let loose and be as silly as possible.
Chandler – Olaf
Two hilarious characters who are masters at putting others at ease and can always be counted on to de-stress a situation. Chandler is one of Friends’ funniest characters, frequently delivering great one-liners or posing amusing questions.
Janice – Wilbur
Janice is the character in Friends that everyone loves to despise. She’s a particularly irritating character, but that’s on purpose; she’s supposed to be that way. Everyone knows when Janice walks into a room because of her loud voice and famous cackle.
Richard – Quasimodo
Richard, much like Quasimodo, doesn’t get the girl. During his relationship with Monica, however, he demonstrates that he is incredibly kind and caring. He is one of the supporting characters who made the most significant impact on the show, mainly down to how kind he was.
Monica – Snow White
Monica is a real princess and one of Friends’ most popular characters. She is always concerned about others, ensuring that they are happy and satisfied in the same way that Snow White is concerned about the dwarfs.
Joey – Dopey
When it comes to dwarfs, Dopey is the perfect foil for Joey. While Dopey lacks Joey’s ladies-man tendencies, he is clumsy, forgetful, and not the brightest member of the group, as Joey is depicted in Friends.
Gunther – Toby
Neither Gunther nor Toby are the main characters, However, this does not prevent them from stealing scenes whenever they appear. Gunther is a tireless worker who is always willing to deliver a cup of coffee. But he is also timid, why he showcases through his inability to tell Rachel his true feelings.
Ross – George Darling
George Darling isn’t one of the most well-known Disney characters. He is, however, the ideal foil for Ross Geller. George has serious anger issues, but never to the point of being aggressive. However, he, like Ross, sees red very quickly.
Rachel – Princess Jasmine
Because of her brilliance, Rachel became the nation’s sweetheart throughout Friends. The decision to forego a life of luxury and wealth in order to pursue a ‘normal’ life resulted in employment. And it was her responsibilities that earned her respect. As a result, Princess Jasmine is one of Disney’s most popular princesses.