Matthew Perry believes his memoir has "helped" a lot of people. The 53-year-old actor discussed his experiences in Hollywood and his struggles with addiction in his recently-released memoir, and Matthew feels that he's achieved his overarching ambition with 'Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing'.
He told E! News: "People have just loved it. "I shied away from nothing and I told the truth and the biggest thing was, the goal was, to help people and I know of a lot of people already who have been helped by it. " Matthew struggled with addiction during his time on 'Friends', and the actor has been heartened by how people have reacted to the memoir.
Asked about the most surprising aspect of the reaction, Matthew said: "That people took the story into their hearts. And we've already heard about five different people that have read it and then checked into rehab the next day. " Meanwhile, Matthew recently revealed that he dropped out of 'Don't Look Up' after his heart stopped beating for five minutes.Read more on msn.com
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