Actor Gary Coleman Passes Away From Internal Brain Hemorrhage

By: Taren Vaughan

We all knew him as “Little Arnold” from the famous TV show “Diff’rent Strokes”. For years, Gary Coleman has made us laugh with his witty sayings and vibrant on screen personality. Even though he appeared to have a great life on set, Coleman’s life was not always full of joy as he struggled with personal issues involving his family and past relationships. Now he has to suffer no more as his life came to an end at the young age of 42. On May 28th, 2010, Coleman fell at his home and suffered from a severe head injury which caused internal bleeding of the brain.

All of the pressure that Gary Coleman faced led him to become very overwhelmed at times. Even to the point where he was wishing that he didn’t have to see another day. Here is what he said in an interview with NY Daily News after settling his differences with wife Shannon Price:

“It’s not her fault,” he says. “I always feel like I have the weight of the world on my shoulders every day I get up. … There are days I don’t even want to get up.”

Gary Coleman, like many other child stars, never really got a chance to lead a normal life. Constant criticism and being surrounded by people who don’t always have your best interest at heart can be too much to handle at times. Although he was small in stature, Gary Coleman will always be remembered for his larger than life personality.

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