In his memoirs, Friends, lovers and the great terrible thing, Matthew Perry, the FRIENDS star, best known for his role as the ever-iconic Chandler Bing, teased various behind-the-scenes details of the sensationally revered ’90s sitcom. Plus, he dove deep into the depths of his struggles with addiction. As several reviewers have asserted, the biography is deeply personal and intimate, yet oddly familiar and honest.
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In one of the chapters, entitled, “Bruce Willis”the book offers everyone a glimpse into Perry’s friendship with The sixth sense alum. In this chapter, the Fools rush The actor took note of drawing contrasts between himself and Willis when it comes to the issue of potential addictions. Additionally, he showed his appreciation for the talent, expressing regret over a lost friendship.
Matthew Perry would have crazy evenings with Bruce Willis
Getting to know each other through the 2000 film The whole nine meters, the two celebrities often indulged in non-stop parties. However, one quality that Matthew Perry seemed to appreciate in co-star and dear friend Bruce Willis is that the latter knew when to quit. The die hard star had, as Perry claims, a “on-off button”. Here’s how the Friends alum remembers it, in his highly anticipated memoir:
“There was a big difference between Bruce and me. Bruce was a party animal; I was a drug addict. Bruce has an on-off button. He can party like crazy and then get a script like The Sixth Sense and stop the party and make the movie sober. He doesn’t have the gene, he’s not a drug addict.
Perry also reflected on the times when he could sincerely cherish Willis for the man he really was, beyond the glitz and glamor of the Hollywood industry. The 17 again The actor wrote in his memoir those moments, after the non-stop party, when just before the sun rose, the two actors sat quietly and indulged in serious, deep and unreserved conversations with each other.
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To further express his admiration for the ultra-genuine and sincere talent, Perry wrote the following regarding how he felt about Willis during their nightly chat sessions:
“That’s when I saw the real Bruce Willis. A man of good heart, a caring man, altruistic. A wonderful parent. And a wonderful actor. And above all, a good guy.
Therefore, it can be seen that the FRIENDS star was full of compliments and cordial sentiments when it came to writing about his old friend, who he has sadly lost touch with in recent years.
Matthew Perry constantly prays for Bruce Willis
Earlier this year, the world had to accept some seriously disheartening news. As confirmed by his family on Instagram, Bruce Willis retired after being diagnosed with aphasia. Aphasia has a significant negative influence on communication skills. This can impact a person’s ability to speak, write, understand and use spoken and written languages.
Therefore, the condition results in impaired ability to understand or make sense of words.
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In his memoirs, Matthew Perry mentioned that although he lost touch with the die hard alum, he constantly keeps him in his prayers, following the unfortunate revelation that made its way to the public earlier this year. This is how it was written:
“…But as is the case with so many things, our paths rarely crossed after that. Of course, I pray for him every night now.
When the news first broke, Perry was among the many who offered his condolences and best wishes to Bruce Willis. Even now the birds of america alum gazes excitedly at his co-star, wishing to rekindle the bond they lost, due to what we call life and its many trying circumstances.
One can only hope and pray that the two pals can reconnect in the future and enjoy late night conversations for the good old days.
Memoirs of Matthew Perry Friends, lovers and the terrible big thing releases November 1, 2022.
Source: EW (Going through Friends, Lovers, and the Great Terrible Thing: A Memoir)