Sarah Paulson has fond memories of her time working with Matthew Perry. The actress, known for her role in American Horror Story, recently spoke about Perry's generosity during an appearance on The View. Paulson recounted how Perry had helped her secure a role on the NBC drama series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, which ran from 2006 to 2007. She explained that Perry, who was friends with her best friend Amanda Peet, went out of his way to assist her with her final audition. He even took the time to run through the scene multiple times with her in his car. Paulson credits him for helping her land the job and praised his kind nature.
During the same interview, Paulson also shared a humorous story about Perry from a "make-out party" they both attended. She revealed that Perry pulled her name out of a hat but then promptly left the room, leaving her in an awkward situation. Despite the amusing mishap, Paulson expressed her admiration for Perry and remembered him as a wonderful person.
Following Perry's untimely death at the age of 54, tributes poured in from friends and colleagues, including Timothy Busfield, who worked with Perry on Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Busfield described Perry as a good and funny man, highlighting his quick wit. Bradley Whitford, another co-star from the series, praised Perry's talent and acknowledged his struggles with addiction. He emphasized Perry's kind nature and expressed condolences to his parents.
Matthew Perry's cause of death is still pending, but no foul play is suspected. His passing has left a void in the entertainment industry, with many remembering him for his incredible talents and genuine character.