Before his death, Matthew Perry revealed the truth about Jennifer Aniston

Matthew Perry, famed as Chandler Bing in “Friends,” tragically passed away, leaving a legacy of humor and an honest memoir detailing his addiction struggles. In “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing,” he revealed Jennifer Aniston’s pivotal support.

Perry’s unexpected death in his LA home remains under investigation. His career, launched in 1988 with “A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon,” peaked with “Friends.” During the show, he battled alcohol abuse, with a sober Season 9 marking a career highlight through a best actor nomination.

In 2018, Perry survived a near-fatal health crisis, attributing survival to a mere two percent chance. He cherished the “Friends” cast’s support, especially Aniston, who bravely confronted him about his drinking.

Following his passing, fans and celebrities alike expressed their sorrow, commemorating Perry’s joyful influence. His family’s statement reflected their deep loss and gratitude for the outpouring of love.

Rest in Peace, Matthew Perry.