Billy Connelly has publicly addressed his ongoing troubles with memory loss after he was hampered with problems at a recent show in Belfast.
Billy Connelly has publicly addressed his ongoing troubles with memory loss, saying that the frightening deterioration of his mental health is beginning to affect his live shows as well as his personal life. The Scottish Daily Record quoted the comic/actor as saying that his current troubles are of major concern to the Big Yin, who said “This is f*****g terrifying. I feel like I’m going out of my mind.”
Billy Connelly is becoming increasingly concerned over his memory loss.
The 70-year-old admitted that his health problems are becoming an increasing concern after being repeatedly hit with memory shortages during a recent stand up show at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast, during which he had to be reminded of what he was talking about by audience members. His memory loss had originally been noticed by his wife, Pamela Stephenson, who blames his decades-long battle with the bottle at the beginning of his career as being at the root of his problems.
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