“Friends” actor Matthew Perry was discovered dead in a hot tub at his Los Angeles residence on Saturday, according to law enforcement sources. He was 54 years old.

Authorities were called to his home around 4 p.m after he was found unresponsive. The sources, speaking anonymously due to the ongoing investigation, did not specify the cause of death. They also indicated that there was no evidence of foul play. A representative for Matthew Perry did not provide an immediate response to The Times’ request for comment.

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The Los Angeles Police Department’s robbery-homicide detectives are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. The official cause of death will be determined by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office at a later date.

Warner Bros. Television Group, the producer of “Friends,” expressed deep sorrow over Matthew Perry’s passing in a statement. They described him as an exceptionally talented actor and an integral part of the Warner Bros. Television Group family. His comedic brilliance touched people worldwide, and his legacy will endure in the hearts of many. The statement extended condolences to his family, loved ones, and devoted fans.

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In the evening, the entrance to Bluesail Drive, a prestigious street near the Pacific Coast Highway with panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, was cordoned off with yellow-and-black LAPD crime scene tape.

Matthew Perry’s mother, Suzanne, and her husband, broadcaster Keith Morrison, arrived at the scene with multiple helicopters flying overhead. Morrison declined to provide any comments.

Journalists were prevented from crossing the crime scene tape onto Bluesail by the police. An LAPD officer on-site stated that he had no information to share and was uncertain when more details would be available.