Former Friends co-star was ‘head over heels’ for Jennifer Aniston

“I remember [this] was the first thing my brother (Dylan Sprouse) and I did,” he shared. “Twins worked really well in the industry as because you could just trade us off. We were a little exploit for labour laws. That’s how you get ahead, kids!”

After Sprouse brought up notable gigs of his such as Grace Under Fire and starring alongside Adam Sandler in Big DaddyLive co-host Kelly Ripa asked if he “had any idea what it was to be famous” as a child, prompting him to explain his first brush with fame.

“I was on Friends for about eight to ten episodes,” he remembered. “I think I was like seven or eight at the time.”

Sprouse said that although he had “never watched” the hit sitcom at the time because he “was obviously too young,” he can still remember the first time he walked into the studio to play Ross Geller’s (David Schwimmer) son.

“And I knew there was an energy in the studio that made me go, this is the biggest show in the world,” he said. “I knew it was massive, and I felt very intimidated when I walked in.”

When Mark Consuelos chimed in to ask his Riverdale co-star how he felt “working with Jennifer Aniston,” Sprouse said he “was head over heels about her.”