Comedians Darrell Hammond and Christopher Titus Open Up to Dr. Phil About Their Troubled Upbringings This Thursday
via press release:
COMEDIANS DARRELL HAMMOND AND CHRISTOPHER TITUS OPEN UP TO DR. PHIL ABOUT THEIR TROUBLED UPBRINGINGS THIS THURSDAY
(Los Angeles, CA – December 14, 2011) – Dr. Phil sits down with comedians Darrell Hammond and Christopher Titus this Thursday, December 15 (check local listings) for two extremely candid and emotional interviews.
Hammond comes to Dr. Phil to find out if there is a way to forgive his late mother for the years of emotional and physical abuse he received from her. The “Saturday Night Live” alum chronicles the relationship with his mom as well as his problems with alcohol, drugs and self-mutilation in his book entitled “God if You’re Not Up There I’m F****d.”
Titus, who starred in the self-titled sit-com, tells Dr. Phil how comedy helped him get through the brutal death of his stepfather and the suicides of his mother and sister.