Actor Matthew Perry dies in bathtub at home... No drugs found
Actor Matthew Perry dies in bathtub at home... No drugs found
Actor Matthew Perry (54), known for his role as Chandler in the American sitcom 'Friends', has died.

On the 28th (local time), American entertainment media TMZ reported that Matthew was found drowned in a house in the LA area last Saturday. Age 54.

According to sources, first responders rushed to the scene after receiving reports of a heart attack. The exact circumstances of the accident have not yet been revealed. At around 4pm on this day, emergency crews received a report of a heart attack and rushed to the scene, and attempted to save him, but were said to have failed.

Matthew was found in a jacuzzi at home, and it was reported that no drugs or drugs were found at the scene.

Matthew Perry received worldwide love for his role as 'Chandler Bing' in the 1990s hit sitcom 'Friends', which aired for 10 seasons. In addition, he made his face known by appearing in various works such as 'Boys Will Be Boys', 'Growing Pains', 'Silver Spoons', 'Beverly Hills 90210', 'The West Wing', and 'Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip'.

Meanwhile, he suffered a jet ski accident while filming the movie 'Fool's Rush In' in 1997 and began taking prescribed painkillers afterward. Ultimately, he had been receiving treatment for 30 years due to his long battle with drug addiction. Matthew Perry also confessed about the difficult times he had with drug and alcohol addiction in a memoir published last year.

Kim Se-ah, Ten Asia reporter translated by google