Friday, September 19, 2008



Anonymous said...

Heath Ledger's Family Pours Out Grief

Heath Ledger's family members bared their grief in an Australian newspaper, writing of the heart-wrenching loss of the Hollywood actor – who to them was always a brother or a son.

In one of several messages in the death notices section of the West Australian on Friday, his mother Sally wrote:

Our darling boy, special in so many ways to all of us. You knew you were so loved. You lived life with courage and daring and we are so grateful for the wonderful times we shared. We will be there for Matilda.

His older sister Kate, who called her brother by the pet name "Roast," wrote:

I can hardly breathe when I try to write this. We were the ultimate in soul mates. I feel both my heart and life have been torn apart. I loved our special talks, our daily chats from where ever you were in the world.

I especially loved all the precious time we spent together. We were so fortunate to have you as long as we did. You were so many things to so many people, but to me you were just my little brother.

There will never, ever be another "Heath" and I think that in itself is the greatest tragedy.

I will continue to talk with you everyday and love you just as if you were here. You will never leave my thoughts "Roast", ever.

A Message from His Father
His father Kim, who called his son by the nicknames "Heatho" and "Beef," writes:

My beautiful boy, so loving, so talented, so independent, so caring, so young . . . no more chess games mate . . . this is it, couldn't beat you anyway!

My body aches for the sound of your voice, our chats, our laughs and our life and times together.

Your truly varied artistic skills, insatiable desire to improve and eclectic abilities set you apart from any other person on the planet . . . it had only just started for you ... and for us to further enjoy. We were one, in soul and commitment. Just . . . Father and Son. I will love you forever, Dad.

His Entire Family Writes
And a note signed by his entire family read:

How do we describe our sudden and tragic loss? ... You were the most amazing individual "old soul" in a young man's body.

You so loved us, as we dearly loved you. As a close knit and very private family unit we have observed you so determined yet quietly travelling in your self-styled path in life, nothing would get in your way ... no mountain too tall, no river too wide.

You dreamed your dreams and lived them with passion and intelligent commitment. We have been privileged to accompany you on a ride through life that has simply been amazing and through it all, we have loved each other beyond imagination.

Your true legacy lives on in beautiful little Matilda, who will always remain in the greatest of care. Our hearts are broken.

Anonymous said...

Oh boo-hoo.

I don't understand why anyone in their right mind would shed a single tear for some rich brat that overdoses...I mean, come on, he was lounging around in bed at 3 pm waiting for a massage - damn, I should have it so lucky. Here is someone who had been given all of life's charms, and he chose to flush them down the drain. Although, I do find the Mary kate Olsen connection interesting.

I don't feel any pity for him whatsoever.



Honey, you need to get a hobby - Heath is crawling with worms by now - let it go! i'm sure some other hollywood druggie could use your love.

Anonymous said...

In the case of the 2008 election, the lesser of two evils is NOT a senile, old, corrupt idiot, who doesn't even know where Spain is, and his mentally unstable church lady of a sidekick.

Anonymous said...

Heath didn't even have the good sense to put his daughter or wife in the will. Some guy.


What is the fucking heath ledger obsession!!! Get a life...or a buy a pair of tits!

Anonymous said...

Christian Bale Glad Fans Appreciate Heath's 'Incredible Talent'

His blockbuster film The Dark Knight is obliterating box office records, but Christian Bale says the tally is secondary to the audience's enthusiastic embrace of his late costar Heath Ledger.

"It's satisfying to see people celebrating the incredible talent of Heath," Bale said of Ledger's performance as the villainous Joker. "I just want him to be recognized."

While the film has earned $300 million in just 10 days, "I would have been happy with this movie even if it hadn't broken so many box office records," Bale told audience members at the film's Tokyo premiere Monday. "I'm used to being in movies that five people go to!"

Adding that The Dark Knight "really raised the bar," Bale was quick to point out that much of the success was due to Ledger.

Director Christopher Nolan added that Ledger was "what the Joker in our film would need to be."

"[We were] looking for an actor with the fierceness, excitement and teeth to do our version of the Joker," Nolan continued. "It's very different."

Bale deflected a question about how he's been holding up since his London arrest, explaining "The fans are not here for me. They're here for the movie. It speaks for itself."

Anonymous said...

Who is this crack pot that won't let Ledger rest in peace? I agree with the Oral Reporter....GET A HOBBY.....NOW