Matthew Perry

Paulson told Jimmy Kimmel that the “Friends” star rejected her at a “make-out party" thrown by Carrie Fisher.
Ben Winston was "so upset" when he realized his plan for the cast's first meeting was under threat.
“Sometimes things just don’t work out, and this is one of them," the actor said.
Many fans have been commenting on how the actor who plays Chandler Bing in the iconic series looked and sounded during the HBO Max special.
The 56-year-old, who played Monica Geller on the NBC show, said that the photo shoot in the fountain for the show's opening credits was "fun, but not really.”
The NBC sitcom's co-creator dismissed claims about Matthew Perry's character 25 years ago. Journalist Matt Baume, however, believes there's more to the story.
The “Friends” star is engaged to long-term girlfriend Molly Hurwitz.
A new contest will give five fans of the sitcom a seat at the reunion special taping and a chance to have coffee at Central Perk with the series stars.
Taping of the show was set for Monday and Tuesday but apparently has been delayed due to coronavirus precautions.
The "Friends" star chimed in with a peak Chandler response.
Could the "Friends" stars BE any more alike in the picture that Cox shared on Instagram?
Aniston welcomed her former co-star onto the platform with an iconic line from "Friends."
The six stars reportedly will receive millions each to chat about old times.
The throwback photo was taken in January 2004 -- before the taping of the hit sitcom's final episode.
Sources told The Hollywood Reporter talks are underway for a reunion special that would feature the whole gang on HBO Max.
“Could I BE any happier," Cox captioned the snap with her onscreen husband.
The grainy photograph, taken before the pilot aired, is around 25 years old.
Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe are on permanent break.