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On the Season 9 premiere episode of the American genealogy documentary show Who Do You Think You Are?, it was discovered that Cox is an 18 and 19-generation descendant of two key players involved in the deposing and likely murder of King Edward II of England in 1327, and also a 27-generation descendant of William the Conqueror.According to the Guinness Book of World Records (2005), Cox (along with her female co-stars) became the highest-paid TV actress of all time, with her 1 million-per-episode fee for the final two seasons of Friends.Between seasons five and six, Cox married David Arquette, and changed her name to Courteney Cox Arquette. She is best known for her roles as Monica Geller on the NBC sitcom Friends, Gale Weathers in the horror series Scream, and Jules Cobb in the ABC/TBS sitcom Cougar Town, for which she earned her first Golden Globe nomination. She owns a production company, called Coquette Productions, which was created by Cox and her then-husband David Arquette.Cox also worked as a director on her sitcom Cougar Town and the television film Talhotblond.The show's third season was to premiere in November 2011, but was moved to February 14, 2012.
Her parents divorced in 1974 and her mother then married businessman Hunter Copeland (uncle to music promoter and business manager Ian Copeland and The Police drummer Stewart Copeland).The lifestyle show, which aired on the We cable channel, struggled with low ratings and was not renewed for a second season.After the conclusion of Friends, Cox was producer Marc Cherry's first choice to be offered a starring role as Susan Mayer on Desperate Housewives, but Cox was unavailable due to her pregnancy and the role later went to Teri Hatcher. He’s my one, so ‘partner’ is difficult for me.” The “Friends” alum, 54, and the Snow Patrol musician, 42, got engaged in 2014 before splitting up and eventually getting back together.“And it definitely made a lot of mistakes that I see, whether it’s co-dependency or people-pleasing.