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Birth Name: Matthew Langford Perry
Birth Date: August 19, 1969
Birth Place: Williamstown, Massachusetts, United States
Matthew Langford Perry, better known as Matthew Perry, is an American actor and comedian.
He was born on August 19, 1969, in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and grew up in a middle-class family.
Perry began his acting career in the 1980s and gained widespread recognition for his role as Chandler Bing on the hit sitcom “Friends,” which aired from 1994 to 2004.
He has appeared in a number of other films and television shows throughout his career and has won a number of awards for his work in the entertainment industry.
In addition to his work as an actor, Perry is also known for his philanthropy and charitable work.
He has supported a number of causes, including education and children’s charities, and has worked to raise awareness about a number of social and political issues.
Perry is single and has no children.
He is known for his talent as an actor and his dedication to his craft and has a large and loyal following.
Despite some setbacks in his personal and professional life, Perry remains a popular and successful figure in the world of entertainment.
Fun facts about Matthew Perry
- Asked that his name be removed from the Best Actor in a Comedy Emmy list. Friends (1994) co-stars have all agreed that they would only be nominated in supporting roles.
- Missing part of his middle finger on his right hand due to an unfortunate door-shutting accident in nursery school.
- Used to be ranked nationally in junior tennis in Canada.
- He is the only central cast member of Friends (1994) who has not been nominated for a Razzie.
- His father, John Bennett Perry, played his father in Fools Rush In (1997).
- Is the youngest cast member of Friends (1994).
- Was the Ottawa Loggers 10th selection in the 1996 RHI (Roller Hockey International) draft.
- The first time he ever got onto the cover of “People” magazine he sent it to one of his old teachers, Dr. Web, who said he would never amount to anything if he kept joking around all the time.