44-year-old actor Nicholas Brendon, best known for his role as Xander Harris on the hit late nineties/early 2000s show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, has been struggling in recent years with depression and alcoholism. His troubles have led to multiple arrests, and a “dual diagnosis,” which is when mental illness and addiction issues are present in an individual at the same time. He decided to open up about his journey with Dr. Phil, but ended up storming off within minutes of coming on stage.
Troubled ex-Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kim Richards was placed on an involuntary psychiatric hold this month so doctors could evaluate her mental well being. She was arrested earlier in August for allegedly shoplifting $1,000 worth of merchandise from a Target.
Michael and Susan Schofield, who have appeared on multiple reality TV specials about their schizophrenic daughter January and autistic son Bodhi, are getting divorced.
In his upcoming memoir, Life is Short (No Pun Intended), The Little Couple‘s Bill Klein revealed he was in a really dark place in college — which caused him to drink excessively and seriously consider suicide. Find out more, including what he said the turning point was.
Nearly two years after attempting suicide, all sources say Paris Jackson is doing extremely well — despite some lingering family tension. See new pictures of the teenager and find out about her boyfriend, Chester Castellaw.
After Rob Kardashian posted and deleted a picture comparing Kim Kardashian to “that b**ch from Gone Girl,” sources say the sibling situation isn’t as bad as it seems… But Rob is struggling with personal issues.
For the first time since her dad’s death in August, Zelda Williams spoke out today about what she hopes people can learn from the tragedy, how she wants people to remember her dad and how she’s doing… And it’s very apparent the 25-year-old got much of her dad’s insight.
The screenwriter shocked millions of viewers with an amazing acceptance speech in which he both acknowledged a past suicide attempt and encouraged any alienated viewers to “stay weird.” The native Chicagoan is no stranger to failure–he’s a Hollywood writer, after all–but has managed to persist, and carve out an enviable career in the process.