Matthew Perry says His Friends Co-Stars Won’t Care to Read His Memoir

Matthew Perry says His Friends Co-Stars Won't Care to Read His Memoir

Matthew Perry has now apologized for the strange comments he made about Keanu Reeves in his book that first drew criticism. His new Memoir will release in a few days, and as expected, snippets have started to circulate this week, exciting admirers.

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The actor will discuss his time on the NBC program, his experiences in the spotlight, and his struggle with addiction in his book, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing. We know the actor, and devoted Friends fans can’t wait to read it.

Only Lisa Kudrow, The actress who played Phoebe Buffay, read Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing beforehand. According to Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, and Jennifer Aniston aren’t likely to read his Memoir.

Matthey Perry Explains why his Co-Stars won’t read his Book?

Why would they read it? I don’t know. Because, you know, who cares? Addicts are going to care about this, and fans of Friends are going to care about this. But the cast is not going to care about this.

Some actors have even openly praised Perry and shown their support regarding his drug use difficulties. And Perry recently admitted that being a part of Friends and having his co-stars at his side “saved” him when he was at his lowest point.

Matthew Perry claims his tale will help those struggling with addiction. Perry asserted that his former employees could be more eager to read it. Longtime Friends fans may be interested to learn more about the actor who played the funny Chandler Bing and to hear some fascinating behind-the-scenes stories, such as the ridiculous way he convinced Julia Roberts to appear as a guest star on the sitcom.

Fans of the television series Friends find it hard to imagine Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Jennifer Aniston wouldn’t read Perry’s book. After all, they all came together for the reunion special in 2021 and seemed to be just as close.