According to a source, Matthew Perry’s upcoming memoir Friends, Lovers. And the Big Terrible Thing will not sugarcoat the more challenging times in his life. In his memoir, the actor chronicles his life from the set of the hit TV show Friends to the present day. He will also dispel any rumors about his relationship with the show’s cast.
“He wants to repeat his experiences, both good and bad. To help others and clear the record on an accident that was either unsaid until now, taken out of context. Or in some cases distorted the wrong way and needing complete clarification,” an insider told Us Weekly.
“Of course, he’ll address his addictions and dispel rumors about his feelings for his Friend’s co-stars.” He’ll also talk about what went wrong in a few of his previous relationships.” The source continued.
The Rush of Fools During his time on Friends, the actor struggled with drug and alcohol abuse. In 2016, the actor admitted that he couldn’t remember “somewhere between season three and six” because he was battling drug addictions on Chris Evan’s Breakfast Show. ”
“It wasn’t always a cot of roses for Matthew on even the Friends set. And Matt isn’t going to sugarcoat the tougher times he had with the cast.” “He’ll also talk about how he felt at the reunion. Both good and bad,” the source added.
“It won’t be salacious or mean, just completely honest,” the source concluded. “However, given the nature of Matt’s life and experiences. This foregone conclusion is that this will be an incredibly juicy read!”
The 52-year-old actor’s memoir will be released on November 1st, 2022.