The Friends star and car enthusiast got behind the wheel of his Aston Martin Vantage V8 roadster, which retails for an eye-watering $145,000 (£115,000) or so for a drive around Los Angeles on Monday.
With weather as reliably sunny as ever, the 17 Again actor was able to wear a pair of retro-style sunglasses as he cruised into his car, looking as comfortably as he drove the sleek black car. was.
Attending some errands, the 52-year-old wore a casual outfit of a plain black T-shirt, blue tracksuit bottoms and white laceless Converse trainers.
At one point, he parked his car to get out and attend to his to-do list.
This is the second time in this month that Matthew has been seen doing casual outings, and if he does make a public appearance he is usually the one to keep things pretty minimal.
He was spotted in Beverly Hills in early May in a similar casual outfit taking a coffee and wearing a light beard and mustache, which now seems to be gone.
After announcing plans in the past, the star has recently kept herself busy with writing release of his autobiographyTitled Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing.
The memoir promises to be a ‘juicy’ read, as the actor will treat fans to a candid insight into his colorful life and career, including his battles with addiction and friends with Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and His time is included. Lisa Kudrow.
‘The highs were high, the lows were low. But I live to tell stories, even though it sometimes seemed like I wouldn’t. And it’s all here. I am sorry that this is not a pop-up book.’
A source told, ‘There wasn’t always a bed of roses for Matthew on and off the Friends set. us weekly Shortly afterwards the actor proudly showed off the cover of his book.
He also said that he was not one to ‘get through a tough time with the cast’ in his writing.
Friends ran for 10 years and 10 seasons, from 1994 to 2004, and made its cast the highest-paid TV actors in the world at that time.
The cast reunited last May for a much-anticipated reunion.
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