- Aniston, Kudrow, Schwimmer tributes.
- Friends mourn Matthew Perry.
- Reminiscing moments, expressing gratitude.
Aniston, who portrayed Rachel Green in the sitcom, stated that she “deeply loved” Perry and that his passing “struck her deeply.” Lisa Kudrow, meanwhile, expressed gratitude “for the top ten years an individual could hope to have.”
Friends’ Tributes to Matthew Perry
David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, and Lisa Kudrow of Friends have all paid tribute to Matthew Perry.
In an Instagram post, Aniston, who portrayed Rachel Green on the show, exclaimed, “This one certainly cuts deep… Having to bid farewell to our Matty has caused me to experience an unprecedented surge of intense emotions.
“By truly SITTING in this grief, one is able to experience moments of joy and gratitude for having loved that deeply.” Indeed, we cherished him profoundly. Such was his presence in our DNA. We had always been a group of six.”
Perry, 54, drowned mysteriously in his Los Angeles residence and passed away a month ago. Following a postmortem examination that incorporated toxicology tests, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner’s Office has initiated an investigation into his demise.
During its run from 1994 to 2004, he portrayed the astute Chandler Bing, a renowned sitcom.
Aniston commented that her “chosen family” influenced “forever changed the course of who we were and what our path was going to be.”
She revealed that in the days following Perry’s passing, she had been rereading their text messages while giggling and sobbing before returning to laughter.
Aniston shared an image of a text message she received from Perry in which he stated, “Making you laugh simply made my day.” She described the exchange as “exactly what it said.”
She continued, “Matty, you have my deepest love and I am certain you are at peace and no longer in pain.” I speak with you daily… I can almost hear you occasionally asking, “Could you possibly be any crazier?” Remain in peace, little brother. Your presence invariably brightened my day.”
Perry texted Aniston a photo of a conversation in which he wrote, “Making you laugh simply brightened my day.”
Friends’ Personal Remembrances
At this time, every Principal Friend has offered a personal remembrance to Perry.
Lisa Kudrow, who portrayed Phoebe Buffay, expressed her sincere gratitude to him in an emotive Instagram post for a variety of reasons.
She expressed gratitude, saying, “Thank you for making me laugh so hard at something you said that it caused daily muscle aches and tears to flow down my face.”
Your candidness in a six-way relationship that demanded concession was greatly appreciated. And considerable “talking.”
“Thank you for reporting to work despite being unwell and subsequently performing exceptionally well.”
“Thank you for the best 10 years a person gets to have.”
She concluded by expressing gratitude for the time spent together, Matthew.
In the interim, Schwimmer, who portrayed Ross Geller on the sitcom, expressed gratitude to Matty for ten years of incomparable humour and innovation.
“I will never forget the impeccable timing and delivery of your jokes. By manipulating a straightforward line of dialogue, one can create something that is not only unexpectedly humorous but also completely original, it is possible to remain astounded.
“This image captures one of my most cherished moments spent with you.” Suddenly, it evokes in me both joy and sorrow.
“I envision you in the same white suit, somewhere, with your hands in your pockets as you survey your surroundings and wonder, “Could there be any more clouds?”
Tuesday on Instagram, Matt LeBlanc, who portrayed Chandler’s best friend Joey Tribbiani, stated, “The times we spent together were, without a doubt, some of the most memorable of my life.”
LeBlanc wrote: “Every instant I spent with you, Matty, was filled with gratitude, and your presence is sorely missed.
“Byeond, I bid farewell with a heavy heart.”
“I had the privilege of sharing the stage with you and referring to you as my friend.” You will perpetually bring a joy to my face, and I will never forget you. Negatively never.
“Brother, spread your wings and soar; you are at last liberated.” Much affection.
You are apparently retaining the twenty dollars that you owe me.
Courteney Cox, who portrayed Monica Geller, Chandler’s wife, on Friends, stated on Tuesday, “I miss you daily, Matty, and I am so grateful for every moment we shared.”
She documented what she deemed to be one of her most cherished experiences on Instagram.
“For some context, Chandler and Monica were originally scheduled to have a one-night stand in London,” she wrote. However, the audience’s response transformed that moment into the start of their romantic journey.