published by Celine August 29, 2021 at 7:02 AM
Jamel Debbouze never spoke much about the accident following which he lost the use of his hand. A few days ago, he agreed to stand confide in this traumatic event in his life.
How the comedian Jamel Debbouze did he react when he learned that he had lost the use of his hand? The 46-year-old man agreed to share moving confidences with Patrick Sébastien, in particular on his surprising reaction when he learned of this tragedy …
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An extremely difficult subject for the comedian to tackle
If Jamel Debbouze has never lost his sense of humor, life has not spared him. Indeed, he had to face a multitude of tragedies in his life. The last date of March, where the comedian had to overcome the mourning of his father, disappeared following a lightning illness.
This Thursday, August 26, he wanted to come back to another dramatic episode in his life: his accident. If we have always been able to see him with his hand in his pocket and the comedian laughed at it, it is clear that 31 years later, this subject remains very difficult to broach. Yet Jamel agreed to indulge on this sad day.
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Jamel Debbouze: The accident that caused him to lose the use of his hand
On January 17, 1990, Jamel was only 14 years old when he unfortunately snatched up by the Paris-Nantes train at Trappes station. In an interview with Patrick Sébastien on August 26, Jamel recalls the terrible moment when he learned that he was not would never regain the use of his hand again.
His first instinct when he heard of this announcement was to ask the doctor who brought the bad news to him if he could. lend one of the colored pens that he had in his pocket. Indeed, he immediately wanted to practice writing with his left hand. A reaction to say the least surprising which demonstrates the great motivation of the comedian.
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