Matthew Perry has died at the age of 54. He was best known for his part on the TV show “Friends.” Perry was discovered deceased in his room in Los Angeles. No drugs were discovered at the scene. The Los Angeles Police Department responded to the scene of the crime, but the person who died has not yet been publicly identified.
Sources told TMZ said there was no evidence of foul play. Matthew Perry, who played Joey on the hit TV show “Friends,” has died at the age of 54. It was said that the actor’s body was found in his Los Angeles flat on Saturday. A story from TMZ said Perry was found at home in a jacuzzi. There were no drugs found at the scene.
A police officer from the Los Angeles Police Department told PEOPLE that they were called to Perry’s home because a guy in his fifties had died. However, they did not check the name of the person who died. TMZ is also said to have said that there was no foul play. First rescuers were called to the house because someone was having a heart attack.
He was born on August 19, 1969, in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He grew up in Ottawa, Canada, and went to grade school with Justin Trudeau, who is now the prime minister of Canada. Trudeau, Justin’s father, was Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, and his mother, Suzanne Morrison, was a reporter to him.
Neil Morrison from Dateline is Matthew Perry’s stepfather. For real, his dad, John Bennett Perry, was an actor and model. In fact, Matthew Perry’s guest role on his father’s cop show, “240-Robert,” in 1979 was a big deal in his early career. During his teenage years, Matthew Perry moved to Los Angeles.
At first, he got a few guest parts on TV shows before becoming famous for his recurring role as Chazz Russell on “Boys Will Be Boys” from 1987 to 1988. After that, he was in TV shows like “Growing Pains” and “Sydney.” But his big break came in 1994 when he joined the cast of the famous NBC series “Friends.”