Matthew Perry, known for his role on 'Friends,' has passed away at the age of 54

Matthew Perry, famed for Chandler Bing in "Friends," tragically passed away at 54 in his Los Angeles home.

Warner Bros. Television mourns his loss, acknowledging Perry's exceptional acting and global comedic impact. 

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The cause of Perry's death was an incident in his hot tub, per the Los Angeles Times. 

Authorities found him unresponsive in his Pacific Palisades residence, ruling out foul play. 

Perry's representatives were unreachable for immediate comment when reporters attempted to contact them. 

Post-"Friends," Perry starred in TV comedies like "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" and "Mr. Sunshine." 

He also graced the silver screen in films such as "The Whole Nine Yards" and "17 Again." 

Perry's revealing memoir, "Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing," shared his struggles with substance abuse. 

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In 2018, a ruptured colon from opioid use left him with a mere 2% chance of survival. 

Perry's legacy transcends his acting; he aspired to use his story to help others in need. 



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