With an all white crew, the Friends actor, David Schwimmer talks about representation on the show with the ongoing, Black Lives Matter movement heating up about racial discrimination and violence. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vK2fZb9tDXKE Friends, which has become one of the most popular sitcoms of all time, featured predominantly white characters during its 10-season run. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, David Schwimmer says, "It felt wrong that there was not enough representation on the show,\u201d adding that, \u201cReally felt like Ross should date other people, women of all races.\u201d Two of Ross' girlfriends on Friends were Julie, played by Lauren Tom, and Charlie Wheeler, played by Aisha Tyler. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vL6TNoMSTyg8 Aisha Tyler on Friends Tyler previously spoken on how \u2018colorblind\u2019 cast meant she won the role. Speaking to InStyle, she explained: \u2018The role wasn\u2019t written as a woman of color, and when I auditioned, I read against women of every ethnic background. \u2018 I think why it worked was that they didn\u2019t make it into a \u201cvery special episode of\u00a0Friends,\u201d where the friends suddenly confront issues of race or try to somehow counterbalance the previous eight seasons\u2019 relative lack of diversity. \u2018I was just a character on the show.\u2019 https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vcxwT7GyvqJw Other actresses of color like Gabriella Union played the role of Kristian Lang in a short scene on Friends. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vz-TOcpgyQYw The Lesbian Wedding episode on Friends " was doing some incredible things," he told the outlet. "If you remember the pilot, my character was losing his wife to a woman. The way they portrayed gay marriage on the show and how we as a family made it work, I thought was great." RELATED: K-POP FANS ARE MAKING 'WHITE LIVES MATTER' TREND, BUT IT'S NOT WHAT YOU THINK Schwimmer, who currently stars on the British TV comedy series Intelligence, then added that he would like to see a reimagined version of Friends with a more diverse cast. \u201cMaybe there should be an all-black Friends or an all-Asian Friends," he said. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v1kg7PfNT5XU David added, \u2018I can tell you that we are hoping to shoot in August, in mid-August, but honestly, we will do it when it\u2019s safe.