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Colin Farrell opens up on disabled son

Colin Farrell opens up on disabled son

Nov 15 2012, 9:10am CST | by

Colin Farrell ''almost broke in half'' when his son James - who suffers from Angelman Syndrome - took his first steps at the age of four.

Colin Farrell ''almost broke in half'' when his son took his first steps. The 'Total Recall' actor's eldest child James, nine, suffers from Angelman Syndrome - a neuro-genetic disorder with symptoms...

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Colin Farrell opens up on disabled son

Nov 15 2012, 9:10am CST | by

Colin Farrell ''almost broke in half'' when his son James - who suffers from Angelman Syndrome - took his first steps at the age of four.

Colin Farrell ''almost broke in half'' when his son took his first steps.
The 'Total Recall' actor's eldest child James, nine, suffers from Angelman Syndrome - a neuro-genetic disorder with symptoms including intellectual and developmental disability, seizures, jerky movements and sleep disturbances - and he and the little boy's mother Kim Bordenave delight in his small milestones.
He said: ''We share in the smallest victories; the first words at age six or seven, being able to feed oneself at 19, and getting the seizures under control. When James took his first steps at age four, I nearly broke in half!''
Colin - who also has son Henry, three, with
Alicja Bachleda-Curus - went public with James' condition when the little boy was four years old, and says he was inspired to do so after watching the Paralympic games.
He told the December edition of America's In Style magazine: ''It was at the Special Olympics in Shanghai in 2007 that I decided, after consulting with James' mother, that I wanted to talk publicly about the pride and joy I had in our son. He has enriched my life, but I don't want to minimise the trials that so many families go through; the fear, consternation, frustration, and pain.''
And the 36-year-old actor has been given support in coping with James' problems by the Foundation For Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics (FAST).
He said: ''When you're the parent of a child with special needs, it's important to feel that you're not alone.''

 
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Jessica Chastain looks happy after landing at JFK Airport on Sunday afternoon (November 2) in New York City. Recently, the 37-year-old actress opened up about her reasons for not dating other famous people. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jessica Chastain “It just puts a magnifying glass on you,” Jessica told the Telegraph. “If you want to be really famous, then date another famous person. But the fame is not the part of my life that I am ...
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Abigail Spencer & Leven Rambin Circling 'True Detective' Season 2 Roles!

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Suits star Abigail Spencer and Hunger Games‘ Leven Rambin are reportedly circling roles in the upcoming second season of True Detective! Also close to finalizing deals are Black Box‘s Kelly Reilly and Almost Human‘s Michael Irby. Kelly will be taking on a regular role, while the others are set for recurring roles, Deadline reports. Looks like these deals will need to be completed ASAP – the first table read for the show begins tomorrow! So far, confirmed cast members ...
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Taylor Kitsch Is Officially Becoming A True Detective!

Oct 27 2014 4:08pm CDT | Source: Perez Hilton

Taylor Kitsch has locked it down! Taylor, who had long been rumored to be joining the cast of True Detective's second season, just gave the confirmation that he will be joining the HBO drama. [ Photos: The Dreamboats Of The 2000s! ] Keep those bad men from the door, Taylor! Here's what Taylor had to say in a recent interview: "Yeah, I'm really excited. I've just been prepping. It's been almost a full year since I've been on camera, ...
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