Cleo Buckman Schwimmer is the daughter of actor and director David Schwimmer. She was born in 2011.
Her birthday falls on 8th May. Her mother is Zoe Buckman, who is an artist and photographer.
Parent's Married Life
Her parents met in 2007. After dating for three years, they married in 2010.
A year later, they welcomed their only daughter, Cleo. Later, in 2017, David and Zoe divorced.
She does not have siblings.
Is David Dating Anyone?
David is not dating anyone at the moment.
David Responded To His Friends Co-Star Matthew Perry's Death
David and Matthew worked together in the television sitcom Friends for a decade.
He played the role of Ross, while Matthew played the role of Chandler Bing.
Matthew died at the age of 54 at his LA home due to apparent drowning.
He and the other cast mates of Friends were very close to Perry. He is like a brother to them.
They released an official statement where they said that they were shattered by such personal loss and wanted some private time to process the unbearable loss.
Age And Net Worth
Cleo Buckman is 12 years old as of 2023.
Her father, David's net worth is estimated at $134 million.
David Talked About His Bond With "Friends" Cast Members
David was part of the iconic show Friends and shared the screen with Matthew Perry, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Anniston, Courtney Cox, and Lisa Kudrow.
The show ran from 1994 to 2004, and they have become like a family because of the show.
While promoting the Reunion Special of Friends, David said they met each other for the first on-the-table read, and all of them had an instant connection back in the early 90s.
He said once they started shooting, their chemistry became even better.
He shared it was the best casting he had ever seen, and he was happy to be part of it. He said over the years, they grew as friends and family.
He shared no one was able to process the success of the show initially.
He said that everyone had a collaborative spirit on set and had no ego for one another.
Did David Turn Down To Play Ross In 'Friends'?
David is known for playing Ross in the television sitcom Friends, and in an interview with Jimmy Fallon, he revealed that he turned down to play Ross.
David explained that he had a bad experience with the series a year and a half before he started doing Friends.
He said his previous project ended on 12 episodes, his ideas were not considered while doing that show, and he didn’t feel a collaborative spirit in the set.
He added he used to keep his mouth shut and sit there and feel like a prop.
He felt horrible as he was committing his time and energy to that particular show.
He thanked god because the show got canceled quickly, and he promised never to do another sitcom.
After that, he moved to Chicago and started doing theatres.
He got called by his agency, and they told him about the character Ross, and he said no to them.
He got a call from director James Burrows when he was in Chicago, and James asked him to come and meet everyone.
He couldn't say no to him, and he then met David Crane and Martha Kauffman, the writers of Friends, and knew that he had auditioned for them a year before, and they wrote the character Ross with his voice in mind.
When David knew they wrote Ross for him, he could not turn it down and decided to do the show.
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