Hugh Sheridan reveals what really happened during anxiety attack that saw him rushed to hospital

By | December 20, 2020
Hugh Sheridan reveals what really happened during anxiety attack that saw him rushed to hospital

Hugh Sheridan reveals what actually occurred throughout nervousness assault that noticed him rushed to hospital

Hugh Sheridan has lifted the lid on the current nervousness assault that landed him in hospital final month. 

The Packed To The Rafters star, 35, was admitted to Sydney’s Prince of Wales Hospital for psychological well being therapy in November, following the backlash surrounding his casting as a transgender character within the play Hedwig and the Offended Inch.  

Talking to Sydney Confidential of the terrifying incident on Sunday, Hugh described the incident as a ‘wake-up name’. 

'It all just hit me': Hugh Sheridan, 35, (pictured) has revealed what really happened during the 'wake-up call' anxiety attack that saw him rushed to hospital last month

‘All of it simply hit me’: Hugh Sheridan, 35, (pictured) has revealed what actually occurred throughout the ‘wake-up name’ nervousness assault that noticed him rushed to hospital final month 

‘I actually awoke in hospital and did not keep in mind how I received there and the medical doctors informed me I had had an nervousness assault,’ he informed the publication. 

‘Principally within the days main as much as it, I had carried out a Christmas pageant in Adelaide, I had achieved a present for Soho Home Worldwide, I had achieved appearances for the Qantas a hundredth birthday celebrations … then that evening I had realised that one thing was happening with (Hedwig) and all of it simply hit me,’ he continued. 

Hugh mentioned his physician had likened the nervousness assault to his mind hitting an ‘eject button’.   

Hospital visit: On November 21, photos emerged of Hugh leaving hospital with a bandage on his right hand and bracelets on his left wrist. The Five Bedrooms star was flanked by his close pal, actress Jessica Marais (left) who held his hand and led him to a parked car nearby

Hospital go to: On November 21, images emerged of Hugh leaving hospital with a bandage on his proper hand and bracelets on his left wrist. The 5 Bedrooms star was flanked by his shut pal, actress Jessica Marais (left) who held his hand and led him to a parked automotive close by 

Leading role: Hugh was hospitalised following the backlash surrounding his casting as a transgender character in the play Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Main function: Hugh was hospitalised following the backlash surrounding his casting as a transgender character within the play Hedwig and the Offended Inch 

‘At that time I realised that I used to be struggling just a little bit greater than I realised,’ he added. 

Elsewhere in his interview, the Home Husbands star admitted that he’d skilled  one other emotional set-back simply final week whereas he was rehearsing for Carols In The Area. 

Hugh admitted that he was decreased to tears whereas singing It is The Most Fantastic Time Of The Yr, because the lyrics had been an ironic reminder of how very un-wonderful his 12 months has been. 

'At that point I realised that I was suffering a little bit more than I realised': Aside from the Hedwig controversy, Hugh said his busy work schedule was largely responsible for the anxiety attack

‘At that time I realised that I used to be struggling just a little bit greater than I realised’: Except for the Hedwig controversy, Hugh mentioned his busy work schedule was largely chargeable for the nervousness assault  

Followers had been left involved on November 21 when images emerged of Hugh leaving hospital with a bandage on his proper hand and bracelets on his left wrist.  

The 5 Bedrooms star was flanked by his shut pal, actress Jessica Marais, who held his hand and led him to a parked automotive close by. 

The sighting adopted controversy surrounding Hugh’s casting as Hedwig in Hedwig and the Offended Inch.  

Backlash: Hedwig and the Angry Inch was pulled from the 2021 Sydney Festival after an LGBTQIA+ group, Queer Artist Alliance Australia, wrote an open letter slamming producers for casting Hugh to play a transgender character

Backlash: Hedwig and the Offended Inch was pulled from the 2021 Sydney Competition after an LGBTQIA+ group, Queer Artist Alliance Australia, wrote an open letter slamming producers for casting Hugh to play a transgender character

The musical was pulled from the 2021 Sydney Competition after an LGBTQIA+ group, Queer Artist Alliance Australia, wrote an open letter slamming producers for casting Hugh to play a transgender character.

‘We wish to categorical our profound disappointment and disappointment that trans performers are nonetheless combating for equal alternatives and illustration,’ the open letter learn.

‘The selection to forged a cisgender male as a transgender character is offensive and damaging to the trans neighborhood, and continues to trigger real stress and frustration amongst trans- and gender- nonconforming performers all throughout Australia.’

Out and proud! In October, Hugh made headlines when he revealed that he isn't straight, but doesn't put a label on his sexuality

Out and proud! In October, Hugh made headlines when he revealed that he is not straight, however does not put a label on his sexuality

The alliance agreed that Hugh was a proficient and deserving actor, however mentioned it was not acceptable for him to ‘be the gatekeeper of a trans story’. 

In October, Hugh made headlines when he revealed that he is not straight, however does not put a label on his sexuality. 

Penning an essay for Stellar, Hugh defined that after taking time to replicate whereas in lockdown, he’d come to just accept his attraction to each women and men. 

'Everyone is on the smorgasbord!' Penning an essay for Stellar , Hugh explained that after taking time to reflect while in lockdown, he'd come to accept his attraction to both men and women

‘Everyone seems to be on the smorgasbord!’ Penning an essay for Stellar , Hugh defined that after taking time to replicate whereas in lockdown, he’d come to just accept his attraction to each women and men

Hugh wished to make it clear he was ‘by no means ashamed’ of his sexuality, however that ‘some individuals are working issues out slower than others’. 

‘There have to be much more folks on the market who really feel how I really feel – just like the phrases nonetheless do not match. Perhaps that is additionally my means of letting folks know that I am nonetheless single, and everyone seems to be on the smorgasbord!’ he added. 

The thespian additionally revealed that he’d been suggested to cover his sexuality for the sake of his appearing profession.

‘Determining that I linked with the identical intercourse the way in which I did the other intercourse was nearly a reduction, in order that recommendation was complicated,’ he mentioned.   

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Sad reality: The thespian also revealed that he'd been advised to hide his sexuality for the sake of his acting career

Unhappy actuality: The thespian additionally revealed that he’d been suggested to cover his sexuality for the sake of his appearing profession

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