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Harry Potter Actor Tweets About Depression

Harry Potter Actor Tweets About Depression | Libero Magazine
Harry Potter actor Devon Murray who played Seamus Finnigan in the popular film series opened up on Twitter about his experience with depression and received overwhelming support from fans.

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Harry Potter actor Devon Murray who played Seamus Finnigan in the popular film series opened up on Twitter about his experience with depression and received overwhelming support from fans.

The actor posted the following tweets on October 10, 2016, in honour of #WorldMentalHealthDay:

The tweets were followed by overwhelming support from Devon’s followers, and also encouraged others to speak up about their experiences with mental illness.

Following the support from followers, the Harry Potter actor tweeted:

This once again shows that in the world of mental health and struggles with mental illness, we are not alone.

It is encouraging to see people of influence stepping up and speaking out. Everyone has a story and a voice that deserves to be heard.

The more we talk, the closer we get to ending the stigma surrounding mental illness!

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