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  For a decade, he was the handsome, quirky boy next door on the hit sitcom, Friends.

  But nowMatthew Perryis making fans wonder whats become of the lovable 90s heartthrob, as photos have emerged of the troubled actor wandering around Los Angeles looking like a slovenly, slack-jawed hobo.

  Thealarming new imagesshow the 50-year-old staggering out of a restaurant Sunday in a state of disarray and sucking on a cigarette with a mystery woman.


  They immediately raised questions about whether Perry, who has been candid about his years of substance abuse issues, had again fallen off the wagon.

  He has a history of stints in rehab in 1997 and 2001. He once even said that he was so far removed from the height of his TV career that he doesnt remember filming multiple seasons of Friends.

  I think the answer is, I dont remember three years of it,he told BBC Radio 2in 2016. So none of those Somewhere between Season 3 and 6 I was a little out of it.

  Growing up in Canada, the Whole Nine Yards star was raised with a competitive streak and a penchant for tennis. He rose in the junior rankings to No. 2 in Ottawa until relocating to LA with his father in 1984, where he ultimately turned to acting. Like any other struggling actor in the City of Angels, Perry faced a lot of rejection and worked on several failed TV shows before landing the life-changing role of Chandler Bing on Friends, a role hed play from 1994 to 2004.

  All the superficial things about [fame] came true, hetold People in 2002of the series success. I was naive enough to think it would fulfill all aspects of my life.

  Then, three years after the shows debut, Perry got into a jet ski accident that would ultimately be the start of his addiction issues, as he started to become completely dependent on painkillers.

  It wasnt my intention to have a problem with it, he said. But from the start I liked how it made me feel, and I wanted to get more. As his addiction escalated, I was out of control and very unhealthy, said Perry, who lost around 20 pounds, which became incredibly apparent on the NBC sitcom.


  I returned to my original birth weight, he later joked.

  His first rehab stint was at a facility in Minnesota, where he remained for 28 days, but the sobriety didnt last. In 2000, Perry relapsed and ended up spending two weeks in the hospital for pancreatitis, which was caused by alcohol abuse, he said.

  Unfortunately, Perry told People, that still wasnt enough to get me to quit drinking.

  Perry hit rock bottom in 2001 when he was drinking vodka by the quart and showing up to work brutally hungover and unable to function. He finally called his parents from a Dallas hotel room and asked for help.

  It was scary. I didnt want to die, he said. But Im grateful for how bad it got. It only made me more adamant about trying to get better.

  He spent two-and-a-half months in treatment and learned that a happy life is possible without alcohol or drugs.

  The Fools Rush In star remained sober from thereon out, but in 2011 said he voluntarily checked back into rehab to keep his sobriety in check.

  Im making plans to go away for a month to focus on my sobriety and to continue my life in recovery,he said at the time. Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web.


  Just two years later, Perry changed many lives when he converted his Malibu, Calif., home into Perry House, a sober-living facility for men that offered meditation and a 12-step workshop.

  When I die, Id like Friends to be listed behind helping people, Perry said.

  In 2015, Perryreceived the Phoenix Rising Awardfrom the wide-reaching nonprofit drug and alcohol rehabilitation organization Phoenix House andjoked to The Hollywood Reporterthat he was an award-winning alcoholic.

  Ive had a lot of ups and downs in my life and a lot of wonderful accolades, he told the trade publication that year, but the best thing about me is that if an alcoholic comes up to me and says, Will you help me stop drinking? I will say, Yes. I know how to do that.

  The Odd Couple actor eventuallysold the Malibu house for .7 millionwith hopes of relocating Perry House to Santa Monica, where it wouldve been cheaper to run.

  Im keeping the business going because I like it; its a good way to help alcoholics,he said.


  His plan ultimately didnt come to fruition, and he permanently closed Perry House in 2016amid rumors he was struggling in Londonas he performed in the West End.

  Come 2018, Perry had a health setback, though he didnt mention substance abuse when speaking about it. In August of that year, a rep for Perry confirmed he underwent surgery torepair a gastrointestinal perforation, and the actor then tweeted in September that hedspent three months in the hospital.

  One to stay out of the spotlight, Perry didnt truly emerge untilJennifer Aniston joined Instagramin October 2019 and he appeared in her Friends cast reunion photo.









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