Matthew Perry (opens in new tab) has revealed his love for British television, especially Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge show.
The former Friends star even admitted he would agree to work with the British funnyman straight away - without having to read the script or know more about his role.
"I'm surprised I haven't done more work in the UK, because I would love to. If Steve Coogan called I would say yes without even reading the script," he told Radio Times.
The 44-year-old, best known for playing Chandler Bing in Friends, said his top five favourite shows also include Fawlty Towers, Extras, The Office and Episodes, which stars his former co-star Matt Le Blanc.
"I love British television because I have that type of humour. I'm Alan Partridge is my favourite show ever. Welcome To The Places Of My Life is hilarious," he added.
Matthew revealed he has two dream roles, but would have doubts about taking them if he was offered.
"Timothy Hutton's role in Ordinary People. And then Bill Murray's role in Groundhog Day. But you don't want to touch either of these because they were done so well," he said.
– Press Association (opens in new tab)
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