He was in a position to overcome everything and reside to inform his story.
John Gudman, the famous actor, who starred in famous films, such as «The Flinstones», «Blues Brothers», «Elevating Arizona», and «The Huge Lebowski», celebrated his seventy years after most of his life struggling with alcoholism and melancholy.
Despite the fact that he fought these demons for more than 30 years, he was able to defeat them and live to tell his story.
Gudman openly spoke about his shortcomings in food and how this influenced his performing profession, as well as about his memories, temperament, and melancholy, fighting because of this. In an interview in 2012, he admitted that his meal became so unhealthy that he could drown or have an accident. He stopped eating in 2007, but he discovered that it is difficult to remain sober every day, even if he dreams of nightmares about eating.
To avoid triggers, Goodman tried to stay in a constructive environment and admitted that his eating partially influenced the stress associated with the acting career and anxiety about unemployment. He liked to speak, and he found theatrical skill exciting, although the filming was very tiring and protracted. Despite his love for performances, he struggled to forget his strains, which he attributed to swallowing.
Along with his alcoholism, Goodman also fought with melancholy, which he described as a chemical or mental factor that made him sad in all respects and tired of something. With the help of his wife, Anna Beth Hartzog, he was able to become sober in 2007 and continue his performing career.