October 18, 2011 |
"Friends" star Matthew Perry has put a second home up for sale in as many weeks, this time listing a contemporary in the Sunset Strip area at $5,695,000. The 4,100-square-foot midcentury modern features disappearing walls of glass that open to a patio and swimming pool, a home theater and indoor and outdoor fireplaces. There are three bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms. Perry, 42, starred in the decade-long sitcom "Friends" starting in 1994. Since his days as Chandler Bing, he starred in "17 Again" (2009)
HOME & GARDEN
August 17, 2011 |
Actor Matthew Perry has bought a newly built custom house in the Sunset Strip area for $8.65 million. Walls of glass off the main living area and master bedroom open to an outdoor dining room, living room, lawn and swimming pool. Steps lead from the infinity pool down to a theater, which has velvet seating for nine and a 2-inch-thick underwater pool window. The 4,000-square-foot home also has a sleek kitchen centered on a lime green island, plus three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
August 7, 2012 |
For reasons that don't make an awful lot of sense, many people remain concerned about the fate of "Friends"cast members who are not Jennifer Aniston. We applaud the comedic elasticity of Lisa Kudrow, pulled for Courteney Cox to overcome the initial premise of "Cougar Town," cheer when Matt LeBlanc parodies himself on"Episodes" and wonder whatever happened to David Schwimmer. This fond, familial (and most certainly nonreciprocal) fretting reaches its zenith around Matthew Perry, who played the admittedly endearing Chandler Bing.
September 10, 2012 |
Matthew Perry hasn't fully sat down before he lays out the ground rules. "Don't be mean," he said before settling into a mid-morning interview at a hotel bar (he drank Red Bull) in Beverly Hills. "Sometimes people are mean. " By "people," he's referring to the media. And there's only a touch of sarcasm that coats his tone. The 43-year-old actor, best known for his wily performance as Chandler Bing on NBC's long-running sitcom "Friends," has grown accustomed to scrutiny. Sure, that includes his personal travails with addiction but also the blessing and curse of the extraordinary success of "Friends.
October 23, 2011 |
"Friends" star Matthew Perry has put two homes up for sale and sold a condo in the last three weeks. His contemporary-style house in the Sunset Strip area is priced at $5,695,000. The 4,100-square-foot mid-century modern features disappearing walls of glass that open to a patio and swimming pool, a home theater and indoor and outdoor fireplaces. There are three bedrooms and 31/2 bathrooms. He bought the property in 2006 for $1.7 million. The actor's ocean-view Malibu house is listed at $13.5 million.
July 11, 2013 |
NBC's new "Hollywood Game Night" had me at Jane Lynch. At this point it's easier to name the projects she hasn't starred or guest-starred on ("Game of Thrones"? "The Real Housewives of Orange County"?), but as far as I know, she's never done a game show. And that just seems wrong. Trained in improv, which is the closest anyone gets to live television these days, Lynch could have absolutely held her own against Paul Lynde and Carol Burnett in the halcyon days of the original "Hollywood Squares" and "Password.
April 22, 2014 |
Courteney Cox cast her vote for no "Friends" reunion in a sit-down Monday night with David Letterman. So that makes it pretty much, oh, everyone in the cast of the classic sitcom who has come down on the "no freakin' way" side of the reunion argument in recent years. Maybe it's time to stop asking the question, people? At least Cox, who's reportedly now living with musician boyfriend Johnny McDaid, pulled out a cute example of why "it's not gonna happen": It was the one with the dinner party. "Let me tell you something: There's six friends and I've been trying to put together a cast dinner for 10 years.
October 2, 2012 |
Uneasy fans of "Revolution," "The New Normal" and "Go On" can fill their DVRs with abandon as of now. All three freshmen series have been picked up by NBC for full-season orders. NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt praised the renewals in a statement, saying, "We're very pleased with early results of the last three weeks of our fall season roll-out. " The network used the huge audience it had for the London Summer Olympics to promote and debut its new shows. "Revolution," the J.J. Abrams-produced science fiction series about a world with no electricity grabbed 11.7 million viewers when it debuted on Sept.