Since her shows went off the air, Erin has had problems with substance abuse and has not really worked any kind of job.
Now, her mother-in-law has kicked Erin out of the trailer and Erin has been forced to try and find places to stay, but has no place to live.
But, it led to the relationship between these two, since Ben was directing and Christine was acting.
They got married the following year and now have 2 kids.
She also penned a couple of plays that made it to Off Broadway.
She was also well known for recurring on daytime soap “All My Children” from 1993-98 as Peggy Moody; for her work on “Archie Bunker’s Place,” for which she received two of her four Emmy nominations; and for her bravura performance as the indefatigable suburban mother in Greg Mottola’s 1997 indie “The Daytrippers.” In that film, Hope Davis plays a woman who can’t get her husband, who’s in Manhattan, on the phone, whereupon her mother, played by Meara, puts the suburban family in the station wagon to begin an antic search for him in the city.
The stars were paid, per episode, ,000 in the third season, ,000 in the fourth, 0,000 in the fifth, and 5,000 in the sixth season.
Rachel Karen Green (Jennifer Aniston) is the spoiled but warm-hearted and likeable daughter of a rich vascular surgeon and his wife.
The move to Indiana was to a trailer that Erin's mother-in-law owned.Many celebrities guest starred on the series throughout its ten-year run.The actors were given the salary of the least paid cast member, meaning Aniston and Schwimmer earned less than they could have.In 2010 the couple had their own Yahoo comedy series, “Stiller & Meara,” produced in part by son Ben.But Meara was also a serious dramatic actress who received a 1993 Tony nomination for featured actress in a play for her work in Eugene O’Neill’s “Anna Christie,” which starred Liam Neeson and Natasha Richardson.Roger Ebert said: Meara is “almost by definition, superb at her assignment here, which is to create an insufferable mother.The film’s problem is that she does it so well.” Also in 1997 Meara gave a memorable performance on the smallscreen, on a two-part episode of “Homicide: Life on the Street,” in which she played a schoolteacher in a tense hostage situation, drawing her fourth Emmy nomination.The film follows friends who enter a dodgeball tournament in order to win enough money to save their failing gym from being bought by a corporate fitness chain.Dodge Ball received generally positive reviews, including a 70% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, Peter La Fleur is the owner of Average Joe's, a small gym with only a few members.Rachel's first job is as a waitress at Central Perk coffee house.Dodge Ball: A True Underdog Story is a 2004 American sports comedy film written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber and starring Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller.She is essentially homeless, has no job, and very little money. To have your very own primetime television show and turn into this is really sad.It featured six main cast members: Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), Phoebe Buffay (Lisa Kudrow), Joey Tribbiani (Matt Le Blanc), Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry), Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) and Monica Geller (Courteney Cox).Rachel moves into Monica's apartment and meets Phoebe Buffay, and Joey Tribbiani.