Matthew Perry won’t hold back in his ‘juicy’ memoir | Entertainment News

Matthew Perry’s upcoming memoir won’t “chew” the “hardest times” with his “Friends” co-stars.

The 52-year-old actor – who played Chandler Bing on the legendary American sitcom – is set to release the tell-all tome, ‘Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing’, and it’s said to be a ‘juicy read as the star recounts the highs and lows of her time on and off the screen.

A source told Us Weekly: “It wasn’t always a bed of roses for Matthew on and off the ‘Friends’ set.

“And Matt isn’t going to sugarcoat the tougher times he went through with the cast.”

The insider added, “It won’t be salacious or mean, just totally honest.

“But given the nature of Matt’s life and experiences, it guarantees this will be an incredibly juicy read!”

Matthew is expected to open up on the ‘Friends: The Reunion’ special last year, which saw him reunite with Jennifer Aniston [Rachel Green]Courtney Cox [Monica Geller]David Schwimmer [Ross Geller] Lisa Kudrow [Phoebe Buffay]and Matt LeBlanc [Joey Tribbiani].

Matthew recently admitted he was grateful to have “lived to tell the story” of his life.

The actor admitted he had “ups” and “downs”, and he’s happy to be able to share his story with fans, but he also admitted there were times when it seemed like he would never have the chance to talk about his life.

After sharing the cover and title of his forthcoming autobiography, which will be released in November, he said, “So much has been written about me in the past. I thought it was about time people heard about me.

“The highs were high, the lows were low. But I lived to tell the story, even though sometimes it seemed like I wouldn’t. And it’s all in that.”

Matthew then jokingly said sorry his next tome is “not a pop-up book”.

The star first revealed in October that he was to publish an autobiography, admitting it was time to tell his own story “straight from the horse’s mouth”.

He said at the time: “There’s been so much written about me by others in the past. I thought it was about time people heard it straight from the horse’s mouth. In this case , the horse’s mouth being me.”

Matthew reportedly signed a seven-figure contract with Flatiron Books, a division of Macmillan, for the upcoming memoir.

The star previously admitted he felt like he was “going to die” filming every episode of “Friends.”

He said: “For me, I felt like I was going to die if they didn’t laugh. It’s not healthy, of course, but sometimes I would say a line and they wouldn’t laugh and I was sweating and I would just go into convulsions if I didn’t get the laugh I was supposed to get.