Matthew Perry, famous for his role as Chandler Bing in "Friends," has passed away at 54.

The cause of his death appears to be drowning at his Los Angeles home.

Perry's career skyrocketed with "Friends,"where he played Chandler throughout the show's 10 seasons.

Behind the scenes, Perry struggled with addiction, as he revealed in his memoir "Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing."

He faced immense pressure on the show to make the audience laugh and tried to hide his addiction.

Perry's friend and co-star Lisa Kudrow mentioned his efforts to keep others happy.

Perry received Emmy nominations for his roles in "Friends" and "The West Wing" and appeared in various films and TV shows.

He was born in Massachusetts, spent his childhood in Canada, and was a nationally ranked junior tennis player.

Perry's impact on the world of entertainment and his      struggle with addiction are remembered with sadness and respect.

The verified Instagram account for "Friends"      posted a heartfelt tribute to Perry, and many colleagues and friends expressed their grief and fond memories of him.