David Harbor: I'm Over the Brink of Suicide Thanks to My Cat 1
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The famous 46-year-old Hollywood star David Harbor first appeared in productions such as Brockeback Mountain and Quantum of Solace, and then achieved worldwide fame with the Netflix series Stranger Things. The famous actor, who played the role of Jim Hopper in the series, recently told The Guardian in an interview. how he struggled with alcohol addiction at a young age explained.

Stating that he was addicted to alcohol in his 20s, Harbor said that he received treatment for it, but the most important thing to get rid of addiction. that your pet helps expressed. The famous actress explained in her statement that she was afraid of getting drunk because she was worried about how to take care of her cat, and she avoided alcohol.

“I thought who would take care of him if I died”

David Harbor: I'm Over the Brink of Suicide Thanks to My Cat 2

The character of Jim Hopper in Stranger Things is a cop who struggles with alcohol addiction just like Harbor experiences in real life. Although Hopper is dealing with such a bad addiction, he is a character who never hesitates to help those in the town who need him. Having more or less the same difficulties as the Hopper character, Harbor, Her struggle against alcohol addiction in her 20s told.

David Harbor, who will appear in Black Widow with Scarlett Johansson in the upcoming period, made the following statements in an interview he gave to The Guardian; “I was on the verge of killing myself because of my alcohol addiction, but the only thing holding me back was my cat. I thought who would take care of him if I died. It was also a terrifying thought that my cat might go unnoticed for days after I died in my apartment and eat me.”

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