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Death in Paradise’s Ben Miller details ‘struggle’ of health battle with OCD ‘Unmanageable’

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Death in Paradise’s Ben Miller details 'struggle' of health battle with OCD 'Unmanageable'

Ben Miller is well known for his roles in shows like Death in Paradise and Bridgerton. Although, the star has recently opened up about his life outside of the small screen, detailing his health battle with OCD.

Ben is the star of ITV crime drama Professor T, where he plays a sleuth with the disorder.

The Death in Paradise star has now opened up about his own battle with OCD.

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He revealed to the Radio Times how he suffered badly with it when he was in his 20s.

Speaking about his character connection, he said: “I did struggle a lot with OCD, particularly in my 20s.

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“There were crisis points when I decided to seek professional help.”

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Luckily, the television detective has said he can deal with the disorder much better now.

Ben plays the titular Professor T in the new ITV series.

The show is based on the Belgian hit series of the same name, which began back in 2015.

Alongside the Bridgerton star, several other familiar faces make an appearance in the show.

Among them are Frances De La Tour, Emma Naomi and Ben Onwukwe.

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The series is a crime procedural all about Professor T, who is a criminologist and amateur detective.

He quickly finds himself landing a role as an advisor to the police thanks to his quick mind.

Throughout the series, viewers will follow the Professor as he solves unusual cases.

You can read the full interview with Ben Miller in this week’s Radio Times.

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Death in Paradise’s Ben Miller details 'struggle' of health battle with OCD 'Unmanageable'
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