Jennifer Aniston opens up about her struggle to escape Rachel from ‘Friends’

Jennifer Aniston knows a thing or two about perception in Hollywood. The Morning Show star opened up about her experiences trying to break out of a certain mold during The Hollywood Reporter's annual drama actress roundtable discussion. "You just exhaust yourself. I mean, I could not get Rachel Green off of my back for the life of me. I could not escape ‘Rachel from Friends'. The Good Girl was the first time I got to really shed whatever the Rachel character was, and to be able to disappear into someone who wasn't that was such a relief to me," Aniston said. "But I remember the panic that set over me, thinking, ‘Oh God, I don't know if I can do this. Maybe they're right.' So, I was almost doing it for myself just to see if I could do something other than that and it was terrifying because you're doing it in front of the world," she continued. Aside from Cake and The Good Girl, The Morning Show is one of Aniston's most high-profile dramatic roles.