Matthew Perry Says Jennifer Aniston Reached Him 'Most' During His Opioid Addiction War
Matthew Perry said Jennifer Aniston "reached the most" during her opioid addiction fight.
He also said that his "Friends" co-star once confronted him and said: "We know you've been drinking."
Perry commented in an interview with Diane Sawyer prior to the release of her memoir.
Matthew Perry said that Jennifer Aniston reached out to him "most" during his opioid addiction battle.
In interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday, in which the "Friends" star, 53, discusses her upcoming memoir "Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing" due for release on October 28.
The actor, who played Chandler Bing in "Friends" from 1994 to 2004, says there was one friend in particular who provided constant support throughout the journey.
"She was the one who reached out the most," Perry said of Aniston, 53, whom she called "Jenny" in interviews. "I'm really grateful for that," he said.
As Insider previously reported, the actor, in his memoir, revealed a near-death experience that happened when he was 49.
"He was in a coma for two weeks and was in hospital for five months. He had to use a colostomy bag for nine months" said by Matthew Perry.