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David Strickland

David Gordon Strickland Jr. (October 14, 1969 - March 22, 1999) was an American actor. He was best known for his role as the boyish rock music reporter Todd Stites in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan (starring Brooke Shields). He suffered from bipolar disorder and committed suicide at the age of 29.

His earlier TV roles during the 1990s include Dave's World, Roseanne, Sister Sister and Mad World. He also co-starred in the film Forces of Nature (starring Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock) which had just opened in US cinemas at the time of his death.

Strickland had a history of drug and alcohol abuse. He was arrested in October 1998 for the possession of cocaine, pleaded no contest in December and was sentenced to 36 months probation and ordered into rehabilitation. He was due in court on the day of his death for a progress report.

News reports of events leading up to his death suggest that he had chosen to stop taking the lithium he was prescribed to control his bipolar disorder, and that he spent the last three days of his life on an alcohol and drug binge with a friend, actor Andy Dick.

Strickland checked in to the Oasis Motel, Las Vegas during the early hours of Monday March 22. He consumed several bottles of beer and then hanged himself with a bed sheet over the ceiling beam. His dangling lifeless body was discovered by a maid.

He left no note, and no evidence of drugs was found in the room. The Clark County coroner's report stated that his body bore the marks of a previous suicide attempt.

At the time of his death he was romantically linked with Tiffani-Amber Thiessen.

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At the time of his death he was romantically linked with Tiffani-Amber Thiessen. Jerald has been married for over twenty years and has an adult daughter. The Clark County coroner's report stated that his body bore the marks of a previous suicide attempt. In 2003, Jerald played Condoleezza Rice in a TV movie about the September 11 terrorist attacks. He left no note, and no evidence of drugs was found in the room. To date, Jerald is the only real exception to this rule, having worn around six different costumes in the first season, two in the second season and at least three in the third season. His dangling lifeless body was discovered by a maid. Given that each season of the show takes place over the course of one day, most actors on 24 are restricted to one or two outfts.

He consumed several bottles of beer and then hanged himself with a bed sheet over the ceiling beam. Ironically, her manipulations and death were a significant factor in the destruction of Palmer's Presidency, her ultimate goal. Strickland checked in to the Oasis Motel, Las Vegas during the early hours of Monday March 22. Her manipulations ultimately saw her be shot to death by her brother-in-law Wayne (DB Woodside)'s lover Julia (Gina Torres). News reports of events leading up to his death suggest that he had chosen to stop taking the lithium he was prescribed to control his bipolar disorder, and that he spent the last three days of his life on an alcohol and drug binge with a friend, actor Andy Dick. Palmer called Sherry in to help him get rid of a threatening campaign financer, but this time she was just as interested in ruining him for turning her away. He was due in court on the day of his death for a progress report. In the third season, massive fan response convinced the producers to bring her back, even though her return - along with the return of the show's other leading villainess Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke) - strained credibility.

He was arrested in October 1998 for the possession of cocaine, pleaded no contest in December and was sentenced to 36 months probation and ordered into rehabilitation. It didn't work, and she was almost sent to jail but he intervened and saved her. Strickland had a history of drug and alcohol abuse. An angry Sherry returned in season 2 - where she fought with Palmer's aide Lynne (Michelle Forbes) and it was ultimately learnt that she had helped smuggle a nuclear bomb into the country so that she could ultimately report the traitors to her ex-husband (now President) and win him back. He also co-starred in the film Forces of Nature (starring Ben Affleck and Sandra Bullock) which had just opened in US cinemas at the time of his death. Sherry was ultimately revealed to be dialobical and manipulative, a personality at odds with that of her husband, and after her schemes almost cost the life of Kim Bauer (Elisha Cuthbert), Palmer told her he was filing for divorce. His earlier TV roles during the 1990s include Dave's World, Roseanne, Sister Sister and Mad World. Jerald earned her most well-recognised role in 2001 when she appeared in the pilot episode of the Kiefer Sutherland-led FOX series, 24, playing Sherry Palmer, the wife of African-American Senator David Palmer (character). During the first season, Palmer faced an assassination attempt as he ran for President of the United States.

He suffered from bipolar disorder and committed suicide at the age of 29. More recently, Jerald has guest starred on Frasier, The Practice, Touched by an Angel and The X-Files. He was best known for his role as the boyish rock music reporter Todd Stites in the NBC sitcom Suddenly Susan (starring Brooke Shields). She also had a recurring guest role on ER playing Lynette Evans from 1998 to 1999. David Gordon Strickland Jr. (October 14, 1969 - March 22, 1999) was an American actor. Following Larry Sanders, Jerald appeared in the 1997 film Absolute Power and guest starred in 17 episodes of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine playing Kasidy Yates, a role which she held from 1995 to the show's end in 1999. Find A Death - David Strickland (http://www.findadeath.com/Deceased/s/David%20Strickland/david_strickland.htm). Throughout the 1990s, Jerald guest starred in many television series such as Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Grace Under Fire, Cosby and Family Law.

Jerald began her career with small guest roles, and appeared on The Paper Chase from 1984 to 1986 and General Hospital in 1986, before she became recognised world over playing Beverly on The Larry Sanders Show. March 14, 1961) is an American actress with an extensive career in film and television, best known for her portrayal of Sherry Palmer on 24 from 2001 to 2004. Penny Johnson Jerald (b.

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