Unauthorized Release of Private Funeral Photo Involving Matthew Perry

Outside the church where the 54-year-old was buried on Friday, co-stars of Matthew Perry’s Friends were seen consoling one another.

Four people Ready to bid Perry a final farewell, Jennifer Aniston, 54; Lisa Kudrow, 60; Courteney Cox, 59; and David Schwimmer, 57, arrived at Forest Lawn cemetery in Los Angeles. They were all dressed in black suits, all quite solemn.

Matt LeBlanc, 56, joined them outside the church following the brief, one-hour ceremony, when they were seen mingling with other well-wishers and getting pictures.

Jennifer Aniston (left), Courteney Cox (second left), David Schwimmer (center), Lisa Kudrow (second right) and Matt LeBlanc (far right) are seen on Friday at Matthew Perry's funeral

His tearful mother Suzanne Morrison, 84, and stepfather Keith, a Dateline journalist, were also there for the intimate celebration in addition to his father John Perry, 82. Keith Morrison was one of the people carrying the casket.

One bystander said, “Ms. Aniston was among the first to arrive.” She stayed by herself. This is a renowned gathering.

A cemetery is the final resting place of a galaxy of Hollywood icons, including Bette Davis, Carrie Fisher, Buster Keaton, Michael Hutchence of INXS, Anne Heche, and Stan Laurel. The cemetery is located across from Warner Bros Studios, the location of filming for ten seasons of Friends.

Jennifer Aniston (left), Courteney Cox (second left), David Schwimmer (middle), Lisa Kudrow (second right), and Matt LeBlanc (far right) are seen during Matthew Perry’s funeral on Friday.

Jennifer Aniston (at the back), Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer (center) and Lisa Kudrow (front) are seen on Friday at Forest Lawn Church of the Hills, in Los Angeles

Jennifer Aniston (far back), Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer (center), and Lisa Kudrow (front) visited Forest Lawn Church of the Hills in Los Angeles on Friday.

The three women of Friends and David Schwimmer are seen entering the church to attend Matthew Perry's funeral on Friday

David Schwimmer and the three Friends ladies are spotted leaving the church on Friday in order to attend Matthew Perry’s funeral.

The casket was carried by Perry’s gray-haired stepfather, Keith Morrison.

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As the service came to a finish, Peter Gabriel’s song “Don’t Give Up” was played. It goes, “No fight left or so it seems, I am a man whose dreams have all deserted, I’ve changed my face, I’ve changed my name, But no one wants you when you lose.”

A passerby said, “There was not a dry eye in there.” There were lots of tears and laughs. Only close friends and family members spoke.

After the service, Perry was buried in a black wooden casket in a private ceremony attended only by his family.

Large crowds of black-clad mourners congregated outside the church after the service.

A couple were seen consoling and embracing one another. Many wore thick shades to shield their eyes from the harsh Californian light.

Actress Anne Heche, who died suddenly in a car accident last year, Buster Keaton, Brittany Murphy, Paul Walker, and INXS guitarist Michael Hutchinson are among the other famous people buried in stunning countryside.

The hearse containing Matthew Perry’s remains was observed arriving at the burial on Friday.

A picture from Friday shows Perry’s coffin being carried inside the church.

Families and friends of Matthew Perry were spotted showing up for the funeral on Friday.

The 54-year-old’s stepson, Keith Morrison, was one of the seven people who carried the casket.

Perry's coffin is pictured being carried into church on Friday

The Los Angeles cemetery is parked outside with a long queue of cars..

SUVs carrying mourners are seen on Friday outside the cemetery

There is a lengthy lineup of cars parked outside the Los Angeles cemetery.

Friends and family of Matthew Perry are seen arriving for the funeral on Friday
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