Demi Lovato, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jon Hamm, Carrie Fisher, and Ashley Judd are among the many celebrities who've admitted to struggling with depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder
The Scrubs star told Parade magazine in 2007 that he felt a kinship to his somewhat melancholy character in Garden State (which he wrote and directed). "I think I suffer from some mild depression," he explained. "So to have millions of people go, 'I watched your movie and related,' was the ultimate affirmation that I'm not a freak."
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