New Zealand actor Francis “Frankie” Massman was found dead just a day after he published a secret message about enduring “too much pain”.
Massman, best known for his roles in “Spartacus: Blood and Sand,” “Shortland Street,” and “Horizon,” was found dead at his home in Sydney, Australia, on Saturday. Her family is hoping to bury her body back in New Zealand, and is seeking help to pay for her funeral.
His brothers Lawrence and Jeremy Mossman have created one. GoFundMe page. To ask for help, she wrote, “Francis’ mother’s last wish is to see her son one last time before he rests.”
Describing the actor as “a dynamic force and a much-loved brother and son”, his brothers wrote, “He was a respected member of the acting community and found a supportive and loving family in Sydney. “His smile and enthusiastic presence are remembered by the lucky ones who know him.”
The family did not reveal the cause of death, but noted that he had recently suffered trauma from his childhood. In an interview with the Daily Mail Australia, the family said, “He was struggling with the recurrence of old scars and trauma from high school, which he admitted in his last [Instagram] Posting to the world was a pain he endured from a young age. “
He was quoting an emotional caption that Massman wrote with a. Image From his high school just one day before his death. “Who knew this boy would endure so much pain,” the 33-year-old wrote.
“Francis was very kind, passionate and very caring, had a positive impact on the lives of many people who knew him. He imagined a very contagious smile as well as a wonderful sense of humor.” He had an older child forever and with him was his warmest loving heart that lit up wherever he went.
The family also revealed that despite his own mental health struggles that arose after the corona virus lockdown, Francis was trying to help others who were experiencing similar problems. He had recently returned to school and was pursuing a postgraduate degree in counseling to “help others who are mentally ill.”
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