He became an household name while playing Chandler on “Friends” from 1994 until 2004, and Matthew Perry told Huffington Post that he wasn’t terribly bothered by missing the James Burrows tribute earlier this year.
It’s always a treat when our favorite stars read the nasty messages fans write about them online, and last night (December 16) “Jimmy Kimmel Live” served up another round of “Celebrity Mean Tweets.”
Probably the most brash moment came when Sarah Paulson recited, “Sarah Paulson is annoying when she yells… or cries… or talks… or exists,” and replied with, "Bite me, motherf**ker. That’s how I feel about that. You can bite me in the f**king a**hole."
Twenty years ago, Ross, Rachel, Phoebe, Joey, Monica and Chandler became one of the most beloved ensembles of all time. Today (September 22), stars and fans are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the “Friends" premiere.
To celebrate the special day, Warner Bros. put together a 236-second video highlighting the show’s 236 episodes, properly titling it, “The One With 236 Seconds.”
Resurrecting an old family favorite, Matthew Perry is slated to revive "The Odd Couple," and send it to CBS.
Starring as the disorganized Oscar Madison, Matthew will create an updated version of the popular series, which has aired as a Broadway stage show, a Hollywood movie, in addition to the original series.
It’s no secret that celebrities deal with issues just like everybody else, however for Matthew Perry, getting clean and sober while in the public eye was nearly impossible.
The “Fools Rush In” actor told ABC News that during his time on “Friends,” his addiction to various substances made it hard on costars Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox.
In a hilarious clip, the former "Friends" cast mates confuse each other with other cast members when Jen arrives at Perry's house, thinking he is David Schwimmer and Cox confusing Jen with Lisa Kudrow.