As one of the funniest
actors of his generation, MATTHEW PERRY (Joe Tyler) has successfully made
the transition from television to feature films. He continues to impress critics
and make audiences laugh in his Emmy-nominated role as Chandler Bing on the hit
series, "Friends," one of the highest-rated comedies of all time. He
also recently starred in the international box office hit, "The Whole Nine
Yards," opposite Bruce Willis. Perry and Willis will re-team for "The
Whole Nine Yards 2" which goes into production this fall.
In 1999. Perry starred
with Neve Campbell, Dylan McDermott and Oliver Platt in "Three to
Tango." In 1998, he starred alongside the late Chris Farley in the
hilarious "Almost Heroes" directed by Christopher Guest. In 1997,
Perry starred in the romantic comedy "Fools Rush In" with Selma Hayek.
Born in Williamstown.
Massachusetts, Perry was raised in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada. At ace
fifteen, he moved to Los Angeles to live with his father, actor John Bennett
Perry. In addition to performing in several high school stage productions, Perry
was an avid tennis player. He ranked seventeenth nationally in the junior
singles category, and third in the doubles competition.
After graduation, Perry
landed the leading role in the television series, "Boys Will Be Boys."
Perry's Olin career began opposite River Phoenix in 1988's "A Night in
the Life of Jimmy Reardon."
His other film and
television credits include "She's Out Of Control," "Parallel
Lives " "Home Free," "Sydney," "Growing
Pains." "Deadly Relations," "Call Me Anna" and
"Dance â€˜Til Dawn."
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