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Post by Guest on 13.04.12 11:07


Colin, 59, who played Inspector Andrew Monroe in the ITV police show for more than a decade, stabbed himself repeatedly with a kitchen knife

13th April 2012

By Marc Walker

THE Bill actor Colin Tarrant killed himself after being unable to sell his home, an inquest heard yesterday.

Colin, 59, who played Inspector Andrew Monroe in the ITV police show for more than a decade, stabbed himself repeatedly with a kitchen knife.

He had visited his GP with partner Sabrina Morris the day before his death because he was depressed over financial problems.

After leaving the surgery Colin received a phone call telling him a second attempt to sell his house in London had failed.

Next morning he was found by Sabrina in the bathroom of their home in Bristol with knife wounds.

The dad of two died in hospital next day from his injuries.

Colin, who had also appeared in BBC1’s Holby City and ITV’s Midsomer Murders, was taking sleeping pills and anti-depressant tablets, the inquest at Flax Bourton, Somerset, heard.

Deputy Avon Coroner Terry Moore recorded a verdict of suicide.

What a sad story. Horrible way to kill yourself especially when you have been prescribed sleeping tablets.

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