07:48 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 02/11/2013 07:15PM
The Go On actor and his wife recently welcomed a daughter, PEOPLE confirms exclusively
Originally posted 09/11/2012 03:25PM
Matthew Perry is back on primetime TV – and he's getting a little help from some feline friends.
The actor stars as a sportscaster grieving the death of his wife on the new NBC series Go On, and in Tuesday's episode, the process involves dealing with a handful of cuddly cats.
Though judging by the actor's expression, he's none to keen about having such a large group at home with him – perhaps what leads him to seemingly give them away later on.
Originally posted 09/11/2012 03:20PM
After nearly three decades of television and film experience under his belt, Matthew Perry admits at times he has had a been there, done that feeling when it comes to work.
But the former Friends star, whose new NBC comedy Go On premieres Tuesday night, can't help smiling when he talks about his new costars.
"I'm jaded because I'm old, but these guys are literally singing all day long and having a good time," Perry, 43, tells PEOPLE. "Everybody is really funny and really smart and really happy to be there. We all know that we're a part of something that is at least is aspiring to be cool and different."
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