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Courteney Cox’s Daughter Coco Is Ready to Follow in Her Mom’s Famous Footsteps

Over the years, there’ve been a lot of celebrity kids who’ve followed in their parents’ footsteps. Kate Hudson is an actress just like her mom Goldie Hawn, Zoë Kravitz sings and acts just like her dad Lenny, and Emma Roberts is the Young Artist Awards winning niece of her Oscar winning aunt, Julia Roberts.

And now that Courteney Cox’s 13-year-old daughter, Coco Arquette, has starred in two different music videos, it seems pretty clear that she’s dreaming of being an actress just like her mom.

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In case you didn’t know, the Friends star got her big break acting in Bruce Springsteen’s music video, “Dancing In The Dark,” when the superstar pulled her out of the crowd and onto the stage to dance with him. And earlier this year, Coco made headlines when she starred in the “Wild” music video for MONOGEM.

But that wasn’t her first role. She also previously starred in the music video for Foy Vance’s song “Coco,” both named after and inspired by her. The 13-year-old met Foy through her mom’s boyfriend, Johnny McDaid, who is a member of the band Snow Patrol and has known Vance through the music scene for years.

“That old adage ‘the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’ has never proved more true than with Courteney and Coco,” Vance told People last year.

Courteney even directed the music video — and it’s not the first time she’s collaborated with her daughter. They also worked together when the teen made a cameo on her mom’s TV show, Cougar Town, a few years back. As for her acting credits, Coco also appeared in the 2014 movie Just Before I Go alongside her dad, David Arquette.

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Now that Coco is 13 — and just got her braces off! — we’re predicting big things for this star-in-the-making. And hey, who knows, one day she might even have her own Friends-style sitcom.

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