Jennifer Aniston revealed her fears of losing Matthew Perry in resurfaced interview

Jennifer Aniston was brought to tears in a past interview while talking about the thought of losing her beloved Friends co-star Matthew


Nearly twenty years before Perry’s tragic and shocking death on 28 October, Aniston sat down with ABC’s Diane Sawyer to share something

that each of her Friends co-stars “don’t know about themselves”.

When asked what Perry doesn’t know in the 2004 interview, Aniston responded simply: “That he’s all right.

“He’s struggled,” she said, referring to the actor’s battle with addiction.

Dabbing her eyes with a tissue, Aniston added: “We didn’t know, we weren’t equipped to deal with it. Nobody had ever dealt with that, and at the idea of even losing him… he’s having a road, but he’s all right.”

Perry, who was found dead in his Los Angeles jacuzzi, was open about his three-decade-long struggle with addiction, which resulted in him visiting rehab 15 times over his lifetime, and having a number of near-death experiences.

He wrote about his widely publicised drug addiction in his poignant 2022 memoir, Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing. He said his addiction issues grew under the “white-hot flame of fame” after he shot to international stardom, aged 24, playing the affable and sarcastic Chandler Bing.