You probably recognise Joey Tribbiani and the actor who portrays Matt LeBlanc, whether or not you’re a fan of the television series Friends. Matt LeBlanc kept performing the role of Joey in the spin-off series Joey even after the long-running sitcom ended. The actor, despite appearances, wasn’t happy with the encounter.

It can be mentally and physically taxing to perform the same role for an extended period. Not just psychologically but also physically. The desire to win over your loyal audience may cloud your judgment, making it difficult to understand this truth at first.

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LeBlanc received one of the highest salaries in television history along with his Friends co-stars. So why did LeBlanc vanish after the Joey TV series was cancelled?

The enigma surrounding LeBlanc’s lack of acting roles was widely recognised. He is, after all, a great performer and has a great sense of humour. Fans were unaware that Matt LeBlanc had always intended to take a break and that this was his intention.

LeBlanc claims that after working and playing the same character for an entire year, he had reached his breaking point in a recently discovered interview with The Mirror.

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LeBlanc begins with: For years and years, I hardly ever left the confines of my house. I was utterly spent. I didn’t want to be constrained by a timetable or compelled to go anywhere. “.

Unfortunately, LeBlanc also showed signs of hopelessness after working so hard for so long. He continued, describing it as a “really dark moment” for him and how he was in danger of losing his mind.

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I can’t even begin to fathom how challenging it must have been for LeBlanc to reinvent himself for a new role, given that he had been portraying the same character for the previous 12 years.

According to Cinemablend, the actor’s daughter Marina was diagnosed with cortical dysplasia around the same time he divorced Melissa McKnight.

LeBlanc didn’t return to television after Joey ended in 2006; Web Therapy premiered in 2013. Episodes from 2011 to 2017 and Man with a Plan from 2016 to 2020 were all released after Lovesick in 2014. Though we’re curious to find out, we’re still determining where we’ll see him next.