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For any young guy, that is too much too soon.” Things got worse in 2003, when he was declared bankrupt, with him revealing that when the work dried up he fell into a depression that left him contemplating suicide. Every time I walked out of the house, I was reminded by people that I had failed.
“I actually tried to throw myself out of a window, and that’s very true.
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A slice of nostalgia from the people who were there, and wading through those pages is like going home again." (Huffington Post)"[A] highly entertaining snapshot of a wild-frontier moment in pop culture." (Rolling Stone)“This is an essential read for anyone who was there or for those who missed it when MTV really meant Music Tele Vision.
He also told the publication that things got so bad he even considered suicide. An ex-girlfriend at the time stopped me from doing it. Such touching honesty in his i/v talking about his struggles w/ mental health” TV presenter Leah Charles-King added: “Well done, @RBcomedian! Frm our #Kleshay #RB bantz bk in '95; the rise & fall times; to a main character in #EE.
He recalls standing on a window ledge, ready to jump. But it was a very dark time.” ITV newsreader, Charlene White, was one of the first high-profile names to praise Blackwood for his honesty.
UK COMEDIAN Richard Blackwood received largely positive feedback following his on-screen debut on East Enders last night (Feb 7).
The first chapter commences with a big-haired, big-mouthed David Lee Roth— and from there the rollicking pace never lets up.” (Jancee Dunn co-author of New York Times bestseller Cyndi Lauper: A Memoir)“There was no such job as a 'VJ' when this unlikely crew was chosen to serve as our hosts at a revolution.
Twitter user @kelianee_ wrote: “Can we just pause to appreciate Richard Blackwood pls?
” While fellow comic Mr Cee added: “RBcomedian Brother man, good seeing you back in your natural habitat, Mainstream TV. Can't wait to see what delights he will bring to the show,” another fan went on.
It was revealed last month that Richard would be making his ‘East Enders’ debut during this week’s dramatic ‘live week’ celebrations, but he isn’t the only star to be arriving in Albert Square.
live 30th anniversary show this evening might seem like a career side-step for a one-time millionaire media star and the brother of supermodel Naomi Campbell.
“I had a TV show, MTV and a music career simultaneously.