His dad wanted him to race cars. Los Angeles Times. The looming battle over which of Ledger's wills should be used to divide his estate The New York Times. We had a lot of things to do, because we didn't have a lot of time, or something. Both Web and print formats. Late in Februarya DEA investigation of medical professionals relating to Ledger's death exonerated two American physicians, who practice in Los Angeles and Houstonof any wrongdoing, determining that "the doctors in question had prescribed Ledger other medications — not the pills that killed him.
Not particularly someone who is honest to me, but someone who is honest with themselves.
I try as hard as I can to believe that no one is ever going to see it and that it's not even a movie. He's just out of control -- no empathy, he's a sociopath, uh, a psychotic, mass-murdering clown. When I get cast in something, I always believe I shouldn't have been cast. His mind was turning, turning, turning — always turning.
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