Matthew Perry to unravel his life story through his upcoming memoir
US phenomenal sitcom ‘Friends‘ famed actor Matthew Perry, popularly known as Chandler Bing is all set to release his memoir ‘Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing’. At first in October 2020, he unveiled the news about it. However, finally, on February 10, he launched sneak a peek of his autobiography with cover page and other related details.
The book will probably launch towards the end the year 2022 under Flatiron Books, a division of Macmillan. Moreover, it takes reader to a bitter-sweet journey where each part make laugh and cry simultaneously. Even the publisher of Flatiron Books, Megan Lynch called it an extraordinary story which aimed at teaching people the worth of living together. Moreover, she quoted we had to agree in this age of isolation, we need to bring people together.
Outline of Matthew Perry’s autobiography
The Canadian-American actor spoke it as an opportunity to share his journey with his fans. In addition, he stressed upon the fact that from each sentence to every incidence in the memoir is as it is without any sugar-coating. Furthermore, it revolves around the life of the narrator (Matthew Perry) talking about his struggles, good as well as bitter experiences, both private and personal life and more.
In addition, the notable actors captioned the Feb 10 launching post saying many things had already been written about his past, yet now it’s his turn. He won’t hold back anything; each and everything will be like an open book. In addition, he quoted he was still alive only to share his tale with others.
Recently, Last Year only, the brilliant cast of ‘Friends’ reunited on HBO Max for the most-awaited special ‘Friends: The Reunion’. Other notable actors with excellent comedy timing like David Schwimmer played Ross Geller, ‘The Morning Show’ credited Jennifer Aniston portrayed Rachel Green, Matt LeBlanc who acted as Joey Tribbiani, ‘Scream’ actress Courtney Cox played Monica Geller and Lisa Kudrow who played twin roles as Phoebe Buffay as well as her sister attended the show alongside of Matthew Perry.
While sharing his memories, he exclaimed he was always in constant fear that if he couldn’t make people laugh, he would be out of the set. That freaked him out as if he were going to die on ‘Friends’ set. Moreover, he added they never tried to make jokes intentionally rather always made “character-driven funny” jokes. So that, people could relate and binge-watch it.