Stand-up Comedian and Author Russel Brand’s childhood is the perfect example of a disturbing childhood.
Russel Brand was sexually abused at the age of 7, and his mother was diagnosed with Uterine and breast cancer the following year. Russel Brand suffered from Bulimia Nervosa at the age of 14 and came under the influence of drugs as soon as he left home.
If you think you don’t know who is Russel Brand, let us tell you, Russel Brand also worked as a voice actor in the animated films Despicable Me in 2010, Hop in 2011, and Despicable Me 2 in 2013, and played the title character of the 2011 remake of the romantic comedy Arthur. In 2013, he released the successful stand-up special Messiah Complex.
However, Russel Brand came out as winner overcoming every obstacle and teaching people as a social activist. Russel Brand has a crucial message to share with us on the topic of terrorism.
Russel Brand asks us not to be suspicious or fearful of people who are different from us. For people are different, we are termed as a society.