Was a child when the mother died: - Have not hurt myself

Comedian and comedian Martin Høgsted is usually smile from ear to ear, but he certainly has not always had it easy. As a very young man, he lost his mother to

Was a child when the mother died: - Have not hurt myself

Comedian and comedian Martin Høgsted is usually smile from ear to ear, but he certainly has not always had it easy. As a very young man, he lost his mother to

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
02 November 2019 Saturday 14:00
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Was a child when the mother died: - Have not hurt myself

Comedian and comedian Martin Høgsted is usually smile from ear to ear, but he certainly has not always had it easy.

As a very young man, he lost his mother to cancer just a few days before, he had to start in primary school.

- at the Time I was a child, it was not like you just got off a pyskolog available, and it has of course influenced me, he says.

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The 37-year-old grinebider, who was world-famous through the tv-success 'Danish Dynamite' with his colleague Magnus Millang, do not want pity, but would like to put the focus on the children who lose their parents too early.

- It is not because I sit and feel sorry for myself today, but it has just influenced me. I just hope that there are taken better care of the children and young people, who lose their parents in the day, he says.

Martin Høgsted do not fear the cancer in his daily life, but there is however one thing that can get hypokonderen forward in him:

- If I'm stressed out, I think I have everything. It is diabetes 2 and cancer and all. I think it's quite classically English that you think, you are sick.

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Updated: 02.11.2019 14:00
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