Saturday 14 May 2022 05:04 PM 'This could be career ending!' Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan admits to 20-year ... trends now

Saturday 14 May 2022 05:04 PM 'This could be career ending!' Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan admits to 20-year ... trends now
Saturday 14 May 2022 05:04 PM 'This could be career ending!' Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan admits to 20-year ... trends now

Saturday 14 May 2022 05:04 PM 'This could be career ending!' Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan admits to 20-year ... trends now

'It was the biggest mistake I ever made': Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan admits to 'career ending' 20-year heroin addiction which stemmed from his 'crippling anxiety' Detailing how his personal and work relationships suffered in the candid interview, he revealed 'chunks of his life' were taken away and he felt as thought he had been 'washed up on a shoreline' The actor, 48, who notably played deputy headteacher Simon Lowsley in Waterloo Road, admitted his 'crippling anxiety' as a West End star at the beginning of his career was to blame for his bad choices  He told how he has been in recovery for 10 years and wants to 'alleviate' the stigma associated with addicts so they can seek help Richard - who has also appeared in The Bill - said 'it was the biggest mistake he ever made' and even claimed his admission could be 'career ending' in a video

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Richard Mylan has confessed to a 20-year heroin addiction, which he has kept a secret up until now.

The actor, 48, who notably played deputy headteacher Simon Lowsley in Waterloo Road, admitted his 'crippling anxiety' as a West End star at the beginning of his career was to blame for his bad choices.

Detailing how his personal and work relationships suffered in the candid interview, he revealed 'chunks of his life' were taken away and he felt as thought he had been 'washed up on a shoreline'.

'It was the biggest mistake I ever made': Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan has admitted to a 'career ending' 20-year heroin addiction which stemmed from his 'crippling anxiety'

'It was the biggest mistake I ever made': Waterloo Road's Richard Mylan has admitted to a 'career ending' 20-year heroin addiction which stemmed from his 'crippling anxiety'

He told the BBC how he has been in recovery for 10 years and wants to 'alleviate' the stigma associated with addicts so they can seek help.

Richard - who has also appeared in The Bill - said 'it was the biggest mistake he ever made' and even claimed his admission could be 'career ending' in a video.

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