Friends actor Matthew Perry has reportedly died.
He was 54.
According to People the actor, who was best known for playing Chandler Bing on Friends, was found dead at a Los Angeles-area home on Saturday, TMZ reported, citing law enforcement sources.
Law enforcement sources also confirmed Perry’s death to the Los Angeles Times.
The outlet reported that Perry was found in a jacuzzi at the home, and no drugs were found at the scene.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department told PEOPLE that officers responded to a call at Perry’s address regarding the death of a male in his 50s, but would not confirm the deceased’s identity.
TMZ was also told that there was no foul play involved, and their sources said first-responders were called to the residence for cardiac arrest.
Born in Williamstown, Massachusetts, on Aug. 19, 1969, Perry was raised on Ottawa, Canada, where he attended elementary school with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
His mother, Suzanne Morrison, was a journalist and press secretary to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, Justin’s father.
Perry’s stepfather is Dateline‘s Keith Morrison.
His father, John Bennett Perry, was an actor and model — the younger Perry even guest-starred in an episode of his dad’s cop show, 240-Robert, in 1979.
Perry moved to Los Angeles as a teenager.
After landing a few TV guest spots, he recurred as Chazz Russell on Boys Will Be Boys from 1987 to 1988.
Roles on Growing Pains and Sydney followed, but his big break came in 1994 with NBC’s iconic sitcom Friends.
May he rest in peace.