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THE WHOLE TEN YARDS

As one of the funniest actors of his generation, MATTHEW PERRY (Nicholas "Oz” Oseransky) continues to impress critics and make audiences laugh in his Emmy-nominated role as Chandler Bing on NBC's Friends. The show, which is soon ending its tenth and final season, is consistently the highest-rated comedy on television. Perry's feature film debut was in 1988 in A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon, starring River Phoenix. In 1997, he appeared in the romantic comedy Fools Rush In, with Selma Hayek. A year later, he joined the late Chris Farley and Eugene Levy in the hilarious Almost Heroes. In 1999, Perry starred with Neve Campbell, Dylan McDermott and Oliver Platt in Three to Tango, followed by the hit comedy The Whole Nine Yards with Bruce Willis and Amanda Peet in 2000. He was most recently seen in Serving Sara with Elizabeth Hurley. 

Perry realized one of his personal challenges when he made his stage debut in London's West End last summer in David Mamet's Sexual Perversity in Chicago. He co-starred in this stage performance alongside Minnie Driver, Hank Azaria and Kelly Reilley. The play broke the record for the largest box-office advance for a West End show.

Born in Williamstown, Massachusetts, Perry was raised in Ottawa, Canada. At age 15, he moved to Los Angeles to live with his father, actor John Bennett Perry. In addition to performing in several high school stage productions, he was an avid tennis player. He ranked number seventeen nationally in the junior singles category and number three in the doubles competition.

Perry continues to support and host the annual gala for the Lili Claire Foundation which raises funds for those born with Williams syndrome and other neurogenetic birth defects.

Perry currently resides in Los Angeles.

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