British actor Ben Richards has split from his wife just months after revealing his cancer diagnosis.
The 40 year old, who appeared in U.K. TV dramas Footballers' Wives and The Bill, received the news from doctors in January (12), and he told fans he was preparing to undergo radiotherapy treatment.
However, Richards is now facing his health battle as a single man - his wife Helen, who he married in 2003, has revealed their relationship is over.
She hinted at personal issues in a message on her Twitter.com page early last month (Jul12) by declaring, "Well that's that then! Thank you! Only 15 years down the drain!", and now Helen has cleared up her cryptic post.
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British actor Ben Richards has been diagnosed with cancer.
The 39 year old, who appeared in U.K. TV dramas Footballers' Wives and The Bill, received the news from doctors last month (Jan12), and has put off a planned trip to Los Angeles to fight the disease.
In a series of posts on his Twitter.com page, he tells fans, "After getting (sic) scariest news... I have to now postpone my LA adventure for at least six months. I was born a fighter and will fight this.
"Time to battle the big C. Prognosis is good gang and should kick this into touch in about six months, well this should be a different journey."
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On a motorbike adventure, four city guys camp overnight in a field outside a small town, where they find a caravan seemingly abandoned when Irish travellers were chased away. But it's not empty. And a group of armed men turn up, chasing three of them (Sweeney, Geoffrey and Richards) into the woods while the fourth (Edwards) is tied up in the caravan with brother and sister travellers (Jagger and Muir). One by one, they capture or kill each other. This escalates into a series of increasingly grisly encounters, including a sadistic bare-knuckle boxing match.
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The nominations for the 11th Whatsonstage.com Awards have been announced, with Kim Cattrall, David Suchet, Zoe Wanamaker and Matthew Mcfadyen among those in contention for honours.
Kim Cattrall has been nominated for a coveted theatre award.
The 'Sex And The City' star's turn as Amanda in 'Private Lives' sees her considered for the Best Actress in a Play prize at the 11th Whatsonstage.com Awards.
She will face competition from 'End of the Rainbow' star Tracie Bennett, Helen McCrory for her role in 'The Late Middle Classes', 'Ruined' star Jenny Jules, Nancy Carroll from 'After the Dance' and 'All My Sons' actress Zoe Wanamaker.
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