‘Friends’ Star Matthew Perry’s Cause Of Death Revealed

Actor Matthew Perry has died at the age of 54. Perry was reportedly found lifeless at a Los Angeles area home, where he seems to have drowned.

Perry was known for his role as Chandler Bing on the famous sitcom, “Friends,” where he appeared alongside Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow.

Last year, the actor got very candid about his struggles in his memoir, which gave an in-depth look at his life.

Matthew Perry Has Passed Away At 54

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According to a shocking new report, the body of beloved actor Matthew Perry was found at an L.A. area home on Saturday, where he appears to have died from drowning.

Sources revealed to TMZ that Perry was found in a jacuzzi at the area home, there were no drugs around him, and there was no foul play involved.

Prior to his shocking death, Perry was known for his stellar performance as Chandler Bing on the comedy TV series, “Friends” where he appeared alongside Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, and Matt Le Blanc.

Matthew Perry Says He Wants To Be Remembered As The Guy Who ‘Lived Life’

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During a talk at the Los Angeles Book Festival last year to promote his memoir, “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing”, Perry emphasized that the book’s purpose wasn’t to blame anyone in particular for the struggles he discussed in the book, which included his battle with opioid addiction. 

Perry said, “I’ve been in therapy since I was 18. I wanted to ensure that this wasn’t the kind of book where I blame people for what they did wrong. You have to give them credit for the things they did right.”

The actor also said he would like to be remembered “as a guy who lived life, loved well, lived well, and helped people. That running into me was a good thing and not something bad.”

R.I.P Matthew Perry

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