Joseph Baena, the son of iconic actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, was born out of wedlock. His mother was the housekeeper. Joseph will soon be debuting in the film industry with his first action movie, "Called to Duty".
Not many people are aware that Robin William had diffuse Lewy body dementia (DLB) when he had committed suicide.
Describing the disease as "the terrorist inside my husband's brain", his widow Susan Schneider Williams said that "however you look at it — the presence of Lewy bodies took his life. She also revealed that in the year before his death, Williams had experienced a sudden and prolonged spike in fear and anxiety, depression, and insomnia, which worsened in severity to include also memory loss, paranoia, and delusions.
According to his wife, after his initial diagnosis of having Parkinson's, Robin felt constantly depressed and anxious, and basically started losing his mind. The disease was ravaging him.
In the autopsy it was discovered that he had lost some 40% of his dopamine receptors in his brain, meaning that Robin was losing the ability to experience pleasure.
Happy Feast! Today, January 14th, is a special day in Christianity as it marks the Feast of the Ass Day.
The Feast of the Ass was a Christian feast during medieval times, which was mainly celebrated in France. It celebrated all of the donkeys of the Bible, especially the one that was believed to have brought Jesus and his family into Egypt after Jesus' birth, during what is known as the Flight into Egypt.
Adam Rich, the former child actor best known for his role in the hit television series 'Eight Is Enough', and who was so beloved that he was dubbed "America's little brother" in the media, died on January 7 at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 54.
Rich was born on October 12, 1968, in Brooklyn, New York and began acting as a child. He appeared in several TV shows and movies, including 'The Six Million Dollar Man' and 'The Love Boat.'
From 1977 to 1981, Rich starred as Nicholas Bradford, the youngest of eight children, on the hit television series 'Eight Is Enough.' The show aired on ABC for five seasons and dealt with family drama such as the death of a parent, remarriage, and tensions among siblings.
After 'Eight Is Enough' finished, Rich appeared in a number of other television shows and movies, including 'Fantasy Island,' 'CHiPs,' 'St. Elsewhere,' and 'Silver Spoons' but never reached the same level of fame.
Adam was troubled by drug use from a young age, having tried marijuana for the first time at just 14 years old, and by 1989 he almost died after taking a valium overdose.
Jamie Waylett acted the role of Vincent Crabbe (a Slytherin student) in six of the eight Harry Potter films (years 2001 - 2009). Born a Londoner in July 1989, he was hit by a car at the age of nine, but to the surprise of his doctors he survived and recovered full mental faculties.
In July 2009 Waylett was charged for cannabis possession (he was growing the plant in his mother's home) and was sentenced to 120 hours of community service.
In October 2011 he was charged again for participating in rioting. He was specifically accused of carrying a Molotov cocktail while looting a pharmacy during the London riots. Additionally police found fifteen cannabis plants at his home. For taking part in the riots, Waylett was handed a two year prison sentence in March 2012.
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