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“Harry Potter” actor Devon Murray, who played Gryffindor Seamus Finnigan in the hit franchise, is opening up in the hope that his story can help others. The Irish actor tweeted a very personal message in honor of World Mental Health Day. “I’ve been battling depression in silence for ten years & only recently spoke about […] »
- Cat Williams
Harry Potter actor Devon Murray made a candid confession on Twitter in honor of Mental Health Day. Murray, who was best known for playing Gryffindor alumnus Seamus Finnigan, revealed that he has struggled with depression. "I've been battling depression in silence for ten years & only recently spoke about it and has made a huge difference #worldmentalhealthday," he tweeted. "I had suicidal thoughts this year and that was the kick up the arse that I needed! Open up, talk to people. If you suspect a friend or family member is suffering in silence #ReachOut to them. Let them know you care #worldmentalhealthday." His Twitter feed quickly filled up with responses from fans and followers »
The actor, best known for playing fellow Gryffindor Seamus Finnigan in the eight-movie series, tweeted about getting help in honor of World Mental Health Day.
“I’ve been battling depression in silence for ten years & only recently spoke about it and has made a huge difference,” Murray, 27, wrote.
“I had suicidal thoughts this year and that was the kick up the arse that I needed! Open up, talk to people. If you suspect a friend or family member is suffering in silence #ReachOut to them. »
- Julie Mazziotta
This Harry Potter star is in a bit of financial hot water with his former agent. Devon Murray, the actor synonymous with wizard Seamus Finnigan for all eight films of the famous franchise, appeared in Dublin's High Court Friday to learn his fate regarding an ongoing civil suit. The 27-year-old Irish actor had been sued by Neil Brooks, the agent who represented him when he got cast in his breakout childhood role. According to the BBC, Brooks alleged that Murray and his family owed him 286,000 euros in unpaid commission fees. Though Justice Michael Moriarty agreed with the claim, he reportedly lowered the payment amount to 260,000 euros. "It's amazing how one man can »
Here’s the latest episode of the 365Flick podcast, part of the ever-growing podcast roster here on Nerdly. If you haven’t heard the show yet, you can check out previous episodes on Podomatic and Libsyn, whilst we’ll be featuring each and every new episode as it premieres.
Well guys we have had a week since the last episode. you will have already listened to episode 33 and 33.5 with our awesome interview with Ross Marquand from the Walking Dead. Which was awesome then we went to the Newcastle Film and Comic Con for the weekend where we were able to score us some Press Passes and Hob Nob with the talent. We kick off the episode with our own special News Round-Up as always with a pretty epic rant »
- Phil Wheat
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