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Of the reports, Ledger's parents said, "Today's results put an end to speculation.
While no medications were taken in excess, we learned today the combination of doctor-prescribed drugs proved lethal for our boy." , screenwriter Diana Ossana revealed that Ledger was almost denied his career-changing role of Ennis Del Mar because it was given to another actor (although she didn't name names, rumor has it that Mark Wahlberg was originally offered the role). And when that actor backed out — and he did, after three months — I called Heath's agent." And the rest was movie history.
Ledger's death was later officially determined to have been caused by a toxic mixture of the medications oxycodone, diazepam, hydrocodone and doxylamine. You can't blame anyone else in that situation," Kim Ledger said.
Almost a decade after his fatal ingestion, Ledger's own father spoke up to place the blame for his son's demise squarely where he believed it belonged: Heath Ledger himself. "That's hard to accept because I loved him so much and was so proud of him.
Here's what we've learned about the talented Australian actor since he left this world far too soon.
According to CNN, Olsen in turn called for a security guard to be sent to the apartment before authorities were summoned, and the confusing timeline of her involvement with this notification had people wondering whether the famed Olsen Twin had somehow participated in his passing.Hollywood obituaries are always tinged with sadness, but few have been as uniquely devastating to the public as Heath Ledger's.Ledger, who was found dead in his New York City apartment on January 22nd, 2008 of accidental overdose, was just 29 when he passed, and the world was his proverbial oyster.Not only was he a new parent to his daughter Matilda (with .The days, months, and years that have followed Ledger's passing have brought many aspects of his life to public light as friends and family try to help fans understand the circumstances of his personal life which led to his untimely death.
Director Terry Gilliam told that they were among a larger group of actors who'd volunteered to complete the film, including Tom Cruise, but that it was their personal relationships with Ledger that informed the director's decision to rework the role to incorporate these three new faces.