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Matthew Perry Passed Away: ‘Friends’ Star Dies Of Apparent Drowning


Here we are back today with the latest news. Matthew Perry, a great actor is no more with us today. He gave the biggest hit series of his life named ‘Friends’ who starred as Chandler. Matthew Perry has died at age 54. Perry was found dead in his home after drowning in his hot tub. His home was located in Los Angeles, California, on October 28, 2023. The Emmy-nominated actor was found dead of an apparent drowning at his home in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday. When his ‘Friends’ series came, his character made a place in people’s hearts. stay with us in this article and see in the next section.

Matthew Perry

Matthew Perry Passed Away

Perry’s publicists and other representatives did not immediately respond to messages from The Associated Press seeking comment. They asked to confirm the police response to what was listed Home address, Officer Drake Madison LAPD told to AP that officers had gone to that block for the investigation. Perry has given 10 seasons of ‘Friends’ and he is a very famous actor in Hollywood, starring opposite Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer as a friend group in New York.

The series has one of the biggest hits on Television and has taken on a new life and found popularity with fans. The ‘Friends’ series was a huge hit and ran from 1994 to 2004. The cast of this series earns $1 million for each single episode. Perry received one Emmy nomination for his Friends role and two more for appearances as an associate White House counsel on The West Wing. A reunion special in 2021 was hosted by James Corden and fed into huge interest in seeing the cast together again, although the HBO Max reunion was the actors discussing the show and not a continuation of their characters’ storylines.

Perry also had several notable film roles, starring opposite Salma Hayek in the romantic comedy “Fools Rush In” and Bruce Willis in the crime comedy “The Whole Nine Yards”. ‘Friends’ was huge. I couldn’t jeopardize that,” he wrote in his memoir, “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing.” “… I loved my co-actors. I loved the scripts. I loved everything about the show but I was struggling with my addictions which only added to my sense of shame. Perry’s fans are deeply saddened by his demise. Stay connected for more updates.


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