The announcement of Matthew Perry’s death stunned the entire world. The actor, best known for his role as the king of sarcasm, Chandler Bing, on the hit sitcom Friends, died in his LA home’s hot pool. While friends and admirers of the actor from all over the world express their tributes via social media. None of the principal cast members have yet responded to the tragic news. However, according to a source, all members will attend the services. Perry’s beloved dog will be adopted by Lisa Kudrow, who portrayed Phoebe Buffay on the sitcom. She also said how the actor had to have died.
Friends Cast Unites at His Funeral
Perry began his acting career as a young actor and then relocated to Los Angeles. His debut appearance was in the 1983 programme Not Necessarily the News. Since then, he has been in other series, but Friends was his big break.
After his tragic demise, Matthew Perry left behind millions of memories and riches. He has also left behind Alfred, his favourite dog whom he adopted three years ago. According to a new story, Lisa Kudrow is thinking of adopting Alfred. According to the Daily Mail, all five cast members will attend Perry’s funeral: Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, and Jennifer Aniston.
Lisa Kudrow Considers Adopting Matthew Perry’s Beloved Dog as Friends Cast Mourns His Tragic Passing
According to the source, “Lisa is also considering taking in his beloved dog Alfred.” Furthermore, Lisa disclosed what may have killed Matthew Perry. The news has apparently “baffled” the actress. And allegedly stated that he may have taken his prescription medications before to entering the hot tub water.
Meanwhile, Perry’s Friends co-stars are hurting at the news of their close friend’s death, finding it difficult to accept one of their brothers is no longer alive. Maggie Wheeler, who portrayed Janice on the programme, also commented on Matthew Perry’s passing, writing, “What a loss. Matthew Perry, the world will miss you. The joy you provided to so many people in your all-too-brief existence will live on. Every creative time we shared has benefitted me tremendously.”