Matt LeBlanc has said he would consider reprising his role as Joey Tribbiani in hit TV show "Friends" -- because he could use the cash.
LeBlanc, who made more than $1 million per episode in seasons nine and 10 of the NBC comedy, was asked by TMZ if he would ever consider a reunion with the gang.
"I wish ... I could use the money," he joked as he left Craft restaurant with his girlfriend Andrea Anders late Saturday.
"We are all so proud of the show and what we achieved," Aniston said in 2010. "We don't want to go and spoil that with a movie unless we know it's right."
LeBlanc, who was nominated three times for a Golden Globe award for his part in "Friends" and its spin-off show "Joey," finally won the coveted gong on Sunday.
The 44-year-old actor took the title of Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical for "Episodes" -- where he plays a fictional version of himself.
LeBlanc paid tribute to the show's writers, saying they "write a Matt LeBlanc who is way more interesting and fun. I wish I was him."