‘Friends’ star Courteney Cox says Matthew Perry ‘visits me a lot,’ still feels sense he is ‘around, for sure’

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Courteney Cox is still grieving the loss of her Friends co-star Matthew Perry.

upon “CBS Sunday Morning” She reflected on her career and explained the lasting influence Perry had on her.

“I think he’s probably one of the funniest people in the world. He’s just funny,” she said. He really has a big heart. He obviously struggled. ”

Cox went on to say, “I’m very grateful to have worked closely with him over the years. He visits me often, if we believe in that.” .

Courteney Cox remembers Matthew Perry in heartwarming outtake with iconic ‘Friends’ scene

Courteney Cox said her late co-star Matthew Perry “visits on me a lot” and that she feels “Matthew is definitely there”. (Kevin Winter)

In “Friends,” Cox and Perry’s characters Monica and Chandler eventually become a couple and share intimate and hilarious moments later in the series.

The 59-year-old also spoke about her spiritual connection to loved ones who have passed away, such as her parents, and how she still feels with Perry.

“I talked to my mom, my dad, I talked to Matthew. I feel like there’s a lot of people like that… I think they’ll guide us. Certainly, yeah, I definitely feel like Matthew’s around. “I’m working on it,” Cox said.

Perry passed away last October at the age of 54. Her cause of death was determined to be “acute effects of ketamine” and appears to have been caused by drowning in her home.

Portrait of Friends star Matthew Perry

The Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office said Matthew Perry died from the “acute effects of ketamine.” (Getty Images)

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Immediately after Matthew’s death, the cast, including Cox, David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, and Matt LeBlanc, issued a statement to People magazine saying, “We are all completely devastated by Matthew’s death. “We weren’t just dead.” My fellow cast members, we are family. ”

On “CBS Sunday Morning,” Cox looked back on the show, which first aired 30 years ago, and talked about family ties once again.

“I’m just grateful to have had the opportunity to work with such amazing people. Living the life I have. That was my family. We’ve been through everything. Those 10… The years have been everything…They are my family,” she said.

Earlier this month, Cox marked the 20th anniversary of the show’s finale on Instagram.

This is a photo of the cast of "friend"

Cox said she and her “Friends” co-stars are “family.” (John Ragell/NBCU Photobank/NBCUniversal)

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“It’s been 20 years since the series finale of Friends,” she wrote alongside a clip of the scene. “I don’t know how I was able to act with tears in my eyes. I’m forever grateful.”

As she said in an interview on “CBS Sunday Morning,” this show truly changed her life.

“Thank you for that show, for that show,” Cox said.

Matthew Perry's friend

Cox recalled that “Friends” was like “lightning in a bottle.” (John Ragell)


She recalled, “That was the last time I was really out of money. I auditioned, got in, read the pilot and said this is great, but you don’t know how special it is.” I didn’t know what it was.” But when we put this cast together, our amazing writers, it was like lightning in a bottle. ”