In his first HBO comedy special, Gary Gulman offers candid reflections on his struggles with depression through stand-up and short documentary interludes that provide insight into his mental health journey. While speaking to issues of mental health, Gulman also offers his observations on a number of topics, including his admiration for Millennial attitudes toward bullying, the intersection of masculinity and sports, and how his mother's voice is always in his head. Read More.
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A Taste of Depresh
It’s not always easy to tell when a person who makes jokes for a living is clinically depressed.
At Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, Gary Gulman joined Executive Producer Judd Apatow and comedians Maria Bamford and Patton Oswalt for a show and Q&A benefiting Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services.
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