Friends star Lisa Kudrow shows off brown hair in adorable throwback

Friends star Lisa Kudrow took fans by surprise as she shared a throwback of herself with brown hair.

In a belated Father’s Day post, the 55-year-old could be seen beaming into the camera while stood between her mum and dad.

Here, she looked no older than 15-years-old and showed off her natural brunette locks.

In the caption, the much love actress wrote: ‘Day late, but happy Father’s Day to my EXTRAORDINARY Dad…’

Although fans coo’d over the message, they were also left shook by the fact she wasn’t blonde.

‘Lisa Kudrow’s mom looks more like Lisa Kudrow than Lisa Kudrow does,’ one joked while another added: ‘brunette lisa, i like that.’

Someone else said: ‘You’ve got your father’s smile for sure,’ as one fan asked where her on-screen sister Ursula Buffay was.

Lisa is known for her blonde hair and has rarely been seen with it any other colour since rising to fame as Phoebe in the popular sit-com.

Although she did have a slight ginger phase once.

But it’s not just her hair that has sent fans into meltdown, as the star recently reunited with her Friends gal pals for Courteney Cox’s 55th birthday.

Yes, on Saturday, Lisa joined the Monica star, as well as Jennifer Aniston who played Rachel in the show.

The trio posed for a selfie together and shared the much anticipated snap online.

‘How lucky am I to celebrate my birthday with these two???’ Court wrote alongside the adorable shot, with the three women beaming down the camera’s lens.

‘I love you girls. So much.’

Lisa took to the comments section as she replied: ‘LOVE you girls! Happy happy Court.’

A gaggle of her famous friends also wished Courteney a happy birthday, including Selma Blair, who wrote: ‘Ah there you are! Happy birthday angel face.’

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