How much is Matthew Perry worth? $80 million
How did Matthew Perry earn his money and wealth?
Matthew Perry took birth on August 19, 1969 and is a Canadian-American actor who is better known as Chandler Bing, a role he played in the long-running NBC telecom sitcom, Friends. The show made him gain recognition all over the world. Matthew moved to Los Angeles when he was only 15 to pursue an acting career. He made his screen debut with the 1988 film A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon. In 1989, he made a guest appearance on the series Growing Pains, in which he played the role of Carol Seaver’s boyfriend who dies in an accident.
Mathew did many cameo roles in Television series and was cast as regular on the CBS sitcom, Sydney in 1990, where he played the brother of the title character, Valerie Bertinelli. In 1991, he again made a guest appearance on the hit Sitcom, Beverly Hills, 90210. He played the role of Roger Azarian in the series. In 1993, he was cast on the ABC sitcom Home Free. The sitcom aired for a very short duration but by now Matthew had become the most active actor on TV. This is the reason he soon cleared the audition of Friends and grabbed the role of Chandler Bing.
Friends was extremely successful and Mathew Perry rose to freedom along with his co-stars Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer. For his performance, he was nominated for an Emmy for best actor in a comedy role along with Matt LeBlanc. Besides doing television shows, Perry also featured in many movies including Fools Rush In (1997) where he acted along with his father-actor John Bennett Perry, Almost Heroes (1998), Three to Tango (1999), The Whole Nine Yards (2000) and its sequel The Whole Ten Yards (2000), and Serving Sara (2002).
In 2006, he was featured in the TNT movie, The Ron Clark Story, which premiered on August 13. In the movie, he played the role of a teacher who was allocated a class that was tough to handle. For his performance in the movie, Perry received the Golden Globe as well as Emmy nomination. From 2015 – 2017, Perry was cast in, co-wrote, and worked as an executive producer of a revival of the sitcom The Odd Couple on CBS. In the series, Perry played the character of Oscar Madison opposite Thomas Lennon.