Now that he's sober, Matthew Perry is giving back to other recovering addicts. The Friends star has turned his Malibu home into a full sober-living center called Perry House, which offers meditation programs and a 12-step workshop.
He tells People magazine, "When I die, I'd like Friends to be listed behind helping people."
Perry also talked about his own problems with addiction, saying he hit rock bottom while he was riding high on TV. "I was on Friends from age 24 to 34. I was in the white-hot flame of fame. The six of us were just everywhere all the time. From an outsider's perspective, it would seem like I had it all. It was actually a very lonely time for me because I was suffering from alcoholism."
Perry also had a problem with prescription pain pills. He went through rehab stints during his time on Friends.