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As a Mondler fan, I’ve always wondered why they were not together in real life.
I gave it a lot of thought and I kept reading about them individually.
The two divorced when he was six years old, and he had said that he considered his real father to be his stepdad, Steve Bennett.
Perry moved to Los Angeles after high school in order to pursue an acting career, but definitely wasn't living a glamorous life right off the bat.
His dedication to Fight CRC was a testament to the amazing relationship that he, Chad and Sheila had, as well as the genuine person he was in helping others.
He was always willing to share our cause and message that colorectal cancer is preventable.
This helped me gain an insight to the possible reasons for the same.
At the 28th annual GLAAD Awards in 2017, Perry introduced the late star's sister, Patricia Arquette, onstage, and he shared he had been friends with Alexis for over 30 years. ET talked with Patricia backstage, who talked about the significance of Perry's decades-long friendship with her sister.
"He and Lex were friends since they were kids and I remember many years ago, the height of the craze, they all said, 'Alexis Arquette is dating Luke. "And Luke said, 'I'm not going to say that's not true, even though Alexis and I are just best friends because that would be to say there's something wrong with it, and there's nothing wrong with it.'""Look, when you love somebody, you love them. "And I loved Lex and Lex loved me, and I don't need to explain that to anybody.
That's how love works, and that's what's so special about the message Patricia spreads."Perry revealed in a 2017 interview with that doctors found precancerous growths in his colon after he underwent a routine colonoscopy in 2015 when he was 49 years old.
He had the growths removed following tests."If I had waited, it could have been a whole different scenario," he said. I want people to know that."Later, Perry got involved with Fight Colorectal Cancer‘s “One Million Strong” campaign, which encourages people to get screened for the disease.
"When I heard that this was the most detectable cancer that we know of yet it’s the second most lethal, I just couldn't figure out why that was and I wanted to get out there and tell people about it."Perry also appeared on to raise awareness."I want everyone to have the information and have the knowledge so that they can join the fight against colorectal cancer," he said. “Luke was passionate, sincere, and a true believer in the effort to save lives through prevention.
And two decades ago, judging by their initial interviews—often all in a group—with Katie Couric for they were all still figuring out exactly how they wanted to go about the whole fame thing, and everyone was extremely careful about attributing each other equally for the show's success.