In it, Perry revealed that his colon ruptured as a result of his opioid addiction when he was 49.

Doctors gave him only a 2% chance of survival and he was in a coma for two weeks followed by months more in the hospital.

He recently published a memoir titled “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing: A Memoir.”

Perry also had several notable film roles, starring opposite Salma Hayek in the rom-com “Fools Rush In” and opposite Bruce Willis in the crime comedy “The Whole Nine Yards.”

At the age of 15, Perry moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting and improvisational comedy.

Reuters could not immediately confirm the reports independently.

The Los Angeles Times and, both citing unnamed law enforcement sources, reported that Perry, 54, was found dead in a hot tub or jacuzzi.

Matthew Perry, who starred as Chandler Bing in the hit series “Friends,” has died. He was 54.