Since comic actors are the ones who engage us when we are in emotional challenges like pressure and strain, many people surmise that, they have no issues in their homes.
Unfortunately, that is not the situation as many celebrated entertainers have passed on out of frustration and depression with some in any event, ending it all. The shocking deaths of these outstanding stand up comedians have prompted expanded consciousness of the earnestness of dysfunctional behavior, at a horrible cost.
In 2014, one of the celebrated entertainers on the planet, Robin Williams draped himself at age 63 with the world getting stunned at what may have been the issue that pushed him to end his life. According to clinician and test carried, it was uncovered that, he did that because of depression.
A large number of these performers have done same (committing suicide). They include Tony Hancock, Richard Jeni, and Max Linder, Freddie Prinze, Charles Rocket and many more. Unfortunately, they have all experienced the ‘sword’ of suicide and could have been saved on the off chance that, they had opened up to close people.
Curiously, the majority of these performers experience depression a great deal, and at a point, they quit ingesting their prescribed medications that could assist them with discharging those issues.
For somebody like Freddie Prinze, he ended it all by shooting himself in the head in 1977 when he was only 22. Other than despondency, the comic actor was additionally experiencing divorce issues at the time of his demise. Sadly, at the hour of his death, his child was just a year old.
Some schools of thought have proposed that, as comedians, it is prudent to have clinicians and other health specialists as part of their supervisory team. This will have a decent reflection on even their performance in front of an audience.
Performers like Chris Rock, Eddie Murphy and the likes have perhaps experienced a touch of gloom before, but overpowered them by way of consulting psychologists. Depression comes in various manners and if not critically observed, they can prompt serious ramifications.
Recently, a Ghanaian comic actor, Funny Face had a verbal fight with his colleague performers. Obviously, from his steady expressions via social media, lots of people have concluded that he might be experiencing depression, in this way would require a clinician to get him out of that situation.
Depression is commonly a major issue influencing huge number of people around the globe, yet comedians are the most affected. Until they understand that they need psychologists in their dealings, that downturn will never be defeated.