According to Reuters, on a news update made on Tuesday, August 4th; Jason Isaacs, the man who acted Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter told journalists in an interview that he suffered and almost had his life destroyed by drugs.
Fig: Jason Issacs
The veteran actor who is now 57 years old revealed that he started taking drugs at a young age of 16 and for quite a long time, he was addicted to the use of hard drugs.
The Iconic actor whom has also been seen in some blockbuster movies like, Black Hawk Down, Armageddon and The Patriot also revealed that he was initially addicted to alcohol (such as whiskey) at the young age of 12, which led to immediate consequences that almost ruined his life.
The veteran-actor has revealed that he has being everything possible to cure his drug addiction; also urging the younger generation to avoid being addicted to drugs or else it'll ruin their life.
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