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Late “Friends” Star Matthew Perry Leaves $1 Million Trust Named After “Annie Hall” Character

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Renowned “Friends” star Matthew Perry left behind $1 million in a living trust named after a movie character. According to the late actor’s will, he named the trust after Woody Allen’s character in “Annie Hall.” Perry created the will in 2009, stating that he wanted to leave his items in the “Alvy Singer Living Trust.”

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Famous for his role as Chandler Bing, Perry named his parents, John Perry and Suzanne Morrison, the primary beneficiaries. Also, he listed his half-sister Caitlin Morrison and ex-girlfriend Rachel Dunn as beneficiaries. However, a caveat in his will stood out, shocking many.

While Matthew Perry never had kids, he noted that they would not have had access to his estate if he had. According to the filing, Perry had over $1m in personal property when he died, in addition to what his executors had already put into the living trust.

According to law enforcement sources, Matthew Perry died on October 28, 2023, from an apparent drowning at his California home. The actor was 54 at the time of his tragic death. The County of Los Angeles Department of Medical Examiner completed his autopsy the next day, on October 29.

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However, they listed his cause of death as “deferred,” pending toxicology results. The county’s medical examiner later released Perry’s autopsy report, saying the actor died from “acute effects of ketamine.” Also, the report claimed “coronary artery disease and buprenorphine effects” contributed to his death.

“There were trace amounts of ketamine detected in the stomach contents,” the autopsy listed. “The exact method of intake in Mr. Perry’s case is unknown.” According to the autopsy report, officials also found “Prescription medications and loose pills” at Perry’s residence.

However, the report noted that the medical examiners did not detect alcohol, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, PCP, and fentanyl. Before his tragic death, Matthew Perry spoke openly about his experiences with substance use disorder. Also, he noted how he worked to help others looking to recover.

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Since his death, numerous quotes from Perry have surfaced online among fans. Some show his hopes that the world would remember him for combating addiction rather than for his role on “Friends.” Perry said in a 2015 interview that he experienced a lot of ups and downs in his life. 

However, he noted that the best thing about him is helping people fight substance abuse. “If an alcoholic comes up to me and says, ‘Will you help me stop drinking?'” he said. “I will say, ‘Yes. I know how to do that?” Similarly, his 2022 memoir, “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing,” detailed his sobriety and relapses with substance abuse.

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Perry’s friends and family gathered on November 3, 2023, following his tragic death, to remember the late actor. The late star’s loved ones converged at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Hollywood Hills, according to Page Six.

Besides Matthew Perry, Forest Lawn is the final resting place of many Hollywood stars. These include Lucille Ball, Andy Gibb, John Ritter, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Paul Walker, Brittany Murphy and Bob Barker.

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