‘Friends’ star Matthew Perry’s will leaves more than $1 million to trust in Woody Allen’s name (Exclusive)

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Matthew Perry‘s will is leaving his belongings to a trust he set up named after an iconic Woody Allen character … TMZ has learned.

According to new legal documents obtained by TMZ, Matthew drew up a will in 2009 … and he says he wants to leave most of his belongings to a trust — and as it turns out, Matthew must have been a big fan of “Annie Hall” … ’cause she created a trust called the Alvy Singer Living Trust — and the dough/assets she had before she died are set to go into the trust.

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Documents list the value of his personal estate at the time of his death at just over $1 million. We should note … this million bucks and change is what the executors got as additional assets not already in this private trust. In other words, it is not an accurate reflection of his net worth. The fact is … Matthew probably had millions upon millions more … it’s just extra.

We don’t know who the trustees are… but Matt made the distinction in his will that any children he has after 2009 are clearly not entitled to his fortune. He never had kids, by the way.

Two women named Lisa Ferguson and Robin Rozan — the ex-wives of Mike Myers — are listed as executors of his will. They will be in charge of deciding how to distribute and manage his property. Robyn and Matt worked together on the same game show in the 2010s called “Celebrity Liar”… she was an EP and he was a contestant.

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Matthew Perry died in October after drowning in his personal hot tub at home – and an autopsy later determined he had ketamine in his system when it happened.

Her death rocked Hollywood … and her “Friends” costar had a hard time. Matt was paid a sweet tribute at the Emmys earlier this year, courtesy of Charlie Puth. He was also honored during the In Memoriam segment at the Oscars on Sunday when Andrea Bocelli and his son Matteo sang “Time to Say Goodbye.”

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