Matthew Perry has been laid to rest, but the exact location of his grave is under wraps for privacy reasons, according to TMZ. 

The “Friends” star died unexpectedly on Oct. 28 at age 54 of an apparent drowning at his home in the Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Perry’s cause of death has been “deferred,” so it’s unknown if he had a relapse after openly talking about his lifelong struggles with addiction, including detailing it in his 2022 memoir, “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing.” However, authorities believe no foul play was involved and no drugs were found at the scene.

Athenna Crosby — one of the last friends to see him just 24 hours before his death — didn’t believe that to be the case.  

On Friday, Nov. 3, there was a private funeral service for Perry’s family and friends.

Former “Friends” cast Jennifer Aniston, 54, Lisa Kudrow, 60, Courteney Cox, 59, David Schwimmer, 57, and Matt LeBlanc, 56, were all in attendance. 

Lisa Kudrow, Matt Leblanc, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston all attended Matthew Perry’s funeral.
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Perry, who starred as the iconic Chandler Bing for all ten seasons of the show, from 1994-2004, was buried in the Forest Lawn cemetery in Hollywood Hills, TMZ reports.

The outlet reports that he’s been laid to rest in the secluded outdoor mausoleum area called the Sanctuary of Treasured Love, which is a gated off  private section on the grounds. 

A slew of other big name celebs are buried there, including Carrie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Black Sabbath’s Ronnie James Dio. 

Perry’s grave in the secluded “Sanctuary of Treasured Love.”
Matthew Perry’s plot, adorned by flowers earlier in the week.

After Friday’s service, there were flowers at Perry’s gravesite. But, by Tuesday, the flowers were gone and his plot reportedly looked bare – perhaps because his family didn’t want huge crowds to be alerted to the exact location. 

Crowds of mourning fans have flocked to the “Friends” apartment in Manhattan, to pay their respects to Perry. 

Fans can’t flock to Matthew Perry’s grave, but they did show up to the Manhattan apartment to pay respects.
Matthew Perry has been laid to rest in a secluded area, surrounded by other celebs.

Although “Friends” was filmed on a Hollywood soundstage, it featured regular exterior shots of the six-story building at  at 90 Bedford Street in the West Village. 

A makeshift memorial has been erected there, as dozens of mourners have left hand written notes and flowers. 

Steve Rogers, a British father on a vacation with his family to New York City, told The Post. “He’s a comedy hero of mine. It’s quite surreal really to be able to come and pay our respects.”

Morning fans have left flowers and notes outside the “Friends” apartment in NYC for Matthew Perry, and they won’t be able to leave them at his grave.
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Brazilian native Jeniffer Alvez, who also came to pay her respects, said that she moved to Manhattan three months before the COVID-19 pandemic, and said she watched the show every day during the lockdown.

“All of them, especially Matthew, help me through the darkest time in my life,” she told The Post. 

“They were such a part of my life. I didn’t know I would feel this way. I’m not sure how I’m going to feel when I watch ‘Friends’ again after this. I hope he rests in peace.”