Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Jim Carrey

A well known comedian actor appreciated by many. Jim Carrey has been in some very funny movies, most of them being funny because he is the leading actor. He has mentioned how he got into making all those entertaining faces that characterize him.

The main reason is that when he was younger his mother was very sick in bed and would take a lot of pills for her pain, Jim would do everything necessary to make his mother laugh. Even if it meant throwing himself down the stairs or doing the most ridiculous of faces. When he was younger he was many times depressed and mad with the world because poverty forced hard labor upon his family, he did eventually go through it and now loves life with a passion without drugs or alcohol.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Buzz Aldrin

Buzz was born onĀ 20 January, 1930 the American astronaut had reached the moon and came back to Earth with global fame. Although Buzz did want to reach the moon through his love for space he did not want the fame that accompanied it. Eventually it all came crumbling down with simultaneous events including a divorce which ultimately caused Buzz to fall into depression and alcoholism.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Brooke Shields

Brooke had everything fame could bring along with a pleasant marriage and child. The birth of her child had caused her to suffer from severe postpartum depression, it was suddenly at the point where seeing a window would give her the feeling that she had to jump out of her misery. She was suddenly feeling shame and emptiness from the bottom up and would sometimes not even answer to her crying baby. Fortunately her depression did eventually come to an end with her motherly instincts present as much as they should.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Carrie Fisher

Carrie Frances Fisher, born 21 October, 1956 is an American actress, screenwriter and novelist. She is most famous for her portrayal of Princess Leia Organa Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. Carrie Fisher is the child of two Hollywood stars Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher. Her younger brother is Todd Fisher and her half-sisters are actresses Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher, whose mother is actress Connie Stevens. Fisher published a Suzanne Vale sequel novel, The Best Awful There Is in 2004. Since Postcards from the Edge, Vale has married, become a parent, and divorced. She also is undergoing treatment for bipolar disorder.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Ben Stiller

Benjamin Edward Stiller, born 30, November 1965 is an Emmy-winning American comedian, actor, film producer and director. He is the son of veteran comedians and actors Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara. Stiller is a member of the comedic acting brotherhood known as the Frat Pack. With multiple cameos in music videos, television shows, and films, he may be best known for his roles in There’s Something About Mary, Zoolander, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Meet the Parents, its sequel Meet the Fockers, and Night at the Museum. In a 1999 interview with GQ and later in a 2001 interview with Hollywood.com, Stiller stated that he had bipolar disorder, an illness he said that ran in his family. In two interviews in November and December 2006, Stiller claimed that this earlier interview’s comment about the disorder was false. In one interview he said: “I said jokingly in GQ that I was, like, crazy, and it came out as: Ben Stiller, bipolar manic-depressive!”

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was born on 12 February, 1809 and died on 15 April, 1865. Abraham was the 16th President of the United States, serving from 4 March, 1861 until his assassination. Lincoln closely supervised the victorious war effort, especially the selection of top generals, including Ulysses S. Grant. Scholars now rank Lincoln among the top three U.S. Presidents, with the majority of those surveyed placing him first. There have been reports that Abraham Lincoln may have suffered from which they then called melancholia, basically being todays form of depression.

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Mood Disorders Series-Disabled Legend Richard Stephen Dreyfuss

Born October 29, 1947 is an Academy Award-winning American actor. Dreyfuss played his first lead role in the Canadian film The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz. He went on to star in box office hits Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, both directed by Steven Spielberg. Around 1978, Dreyfuss began to use cocaine frequently; his addiction came to a head four years later, when he was arrested for possession of the drug at the scene of a collision. He suffers from bipolar disorder. In 2006, he appeared in Stephen Fry’s documentary, Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive, in which Fry (who also has the disorder) interviewed him about his life with manic-depression.

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