Entertainment: White Gardin: How did his father saved him from life in the street

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Blanche Gardin : comment son père l'a sauvé de la vie dans la rue © Jacovides-Borde-Moreau / Bestimage White Gardin: how his father saved him from life in the street the White Humorist Gardin did not hide having a difficult teenager. At 18, she lived in the street with dog puns in Naples before her father come to seek her and brings her back to the family home. A beneficial gesture.

Since December 6, Canal + broadcast "The best version of myself" A series in nine episodes in the form of fake documentary designed by white Gardin and staging it as well as its companion the very controversial Louis CK and Other humorists.

so white Gardin, 44 years old, is today an French icon rewarded with a Molière de l'Humor in 2018 , it has not always been this personality that can be applauded on a stage and who is Singulate regularly via an hard writing work at the border of all transgressions.

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Like a lot of comics, His course is that of a sad clown . She entrusted last February in Figaro: " is 18 years old, I escaped and for a few months, I lived with dog pitches in the streets of Naples. But in no case I suffered this situation (...) I went voluntarily from home. By staying near my family, I would not have succeeded in being totally free. I needed a big break. By entering Naples, I had red hair until 'Buttocks and piercings everywhere ".

A life dotted with tests

at the time, his father, Bernard, professor of linguistics, of which she was very close, eventually worried. He leaves it in Italy where she lives from begging, surrounded by a band of drug addicts. He brings her back after convinced him, not without harm, to reintegrate the house. White Gardin welcomes it and for good time: " six months later my Napolitan guy, heroiname, died overdose . It was the good big chaos this period". At 25, Alas, the young woman will live a terrible test with the disappearance of so much loved father won by cancer in 2002 at the age of 62 years.

will follow, for the young woman, a stay in psychiatric hospital where, after learning that she will not be able to have a child, she will, among other things, make her maternity mourning but who will nevertheless be the soil of her personal renaissance. It is in this hospital precisely that white, saved by his dad, will find the strength to write his first One-Woman-show "I have to speak to you" . Transforming its lot of weaknesses and failures into assets.

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