Born on August 19, 1969 in Williamstown, Massachusetts, Matthew Perry was raised in Canada when his mother remarried after his parents divorced before he even turned one. Being interested in acting, he moved to Los Angeles where he completed his high school education. He made his TV debut in a 1979 episode of 240-Robert.
His first significant role on the small screen was as Chazz Russell in the sitcom Second Chance, playing the part from 1987 to 1988. He came to prominence in 1994 for playing Chandler Bing in Friends, portraying the character until 2004. On the big screen, he first became widely known for his role in 1997’s Fools Rush In. He has since starred in other well-known films such as 2000’s The Whole Nine Yards and its sequel The Whole Ten Yards (2004).
Has Matthew Perry had Plastic Surgery?
It has been ages since the world first knew Matthew Perry for his portrayal of Chandler in Friends. Since then, the actor has received attention for all his ventures, but none seems to have matched the success of his stint in the ever-popular Friends. He’s had lead roles in a few television shows recently, such as in Go On, though it got cancelled after only one season. He currently stars in The Odd Couple, however, there is no telling of what the future holds for his new show.
According to an inside source, Perry may be considering of undergoing plastic surgery to bring back his boyish charms. For one, many observers thought that the actor’s appearance needs some serious improvement. His previous addiction to opioids, amphetamines and alcohol has taken its toll, specifically on his physical well-being, including his appearance. After some rehab, the actor seems to be doing fine, but the question of going under the knife still hangs in the balance. It’s not a fresh idea for celebrities to undergo cosmetic procedures to maintain their youthful glow in order to stay longer in the business. Could this be something that the Friends actor would be willing to do in order to help him land more promising roles just like before?