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The Conners’ Michael Fishman discusses son Larry’s fatal overdose four months after his tragic death

Michael Fishman discussed his son Larry’s fatal overdose in June during a sit-down interview on the Tamron Hall Show. 

When Tamron asked The Conners star if he knew his son was struggling, Michael was quick to answer. 

‘It wasn’t so much a struggle for him. People try things over time and that wasn’t really an issue overall.’ 

Difficult: Michael Fishman discussed his son Larry's fatal overdose during a sit-down interview on the Tamron Hall Show

Difficult: Michael Fishman discussed his son Larry's fatal overdose during a sit-down interview on the Tamron Hall Show

Difficult: Michael Fishman discussed his son Larry’s fatal overdose during a sit-down interview on the Tamron Hall Show

Michael was in the process of adopting Larry as he was aging out of the foster care system.   

‘He moved to a house in transition after living with his sister for a little while, and he tried drugs that turned out to be bad drugs that multiple people had a very serious reaction,’ he said.

‘I feel like I came to Larry, maybe later than I wish I could. And I think for parents, you know, you wish you had more time,’ he continued. ‘You don’t always get the time that you want.’

Sad: Michael was in the process of adopting Larry as he was aging out of the foster care system; seen on Instagram

Sad: Michael was in the process of adopting Larry as he was aging out of the foster care system; seen on Instagram

Sad: Michael was in the process of adopting Larry as he was aging out of the foster care system; seen on Instagram

'He moved to a house in transition after living with his sister for a little while, and he tried drugs that turned out to be bad drugs that multiple people had a very serious reaction,' he said.

'He moved to a house in transition after living with his sister for a little while, and he tried drugs that turned out to be bad drugs that multiple people had a very serious reaction,' he said.

‘He moved to a house in transition after living with his sister for a little while, and he tried drugs that turned out to be bad drugs that multiple people had a very serious reaction,’ he said.

Fishman revealed that while he’s a relatively private person, he’s sharing his story in hopes of helping another family navigating through this difficult terrain.

‘A couple years ago, I probably would have never shared this, to be honest with you,’ he said. ‘The really important part is that you’re brave enough to admit when you struggle, and that you need help or that you aren’t strong.’ 

Michael discussed how Larry came to be part of his family and joined his two biological children.  

'I have two biological children from a previous marriage and at the end of that marriage I met his older sister, Camille, who a friend of mine kind of said, "She needs some support and guidance and mentorship." We became a family unit'

'I have two biological children from a previous marriage and at the end of that marriage I met his older sister, Camille, who a friend of mine kind of said, "She needs some support and guidance and mentorship." We became a family unit'

‘I have two biological children from a previous marriage and at the end of that marriage I met his older sister, Camille, who a friend of mine kind of said, “She needs some support and guidance and mentorship.” We became a family unit’

‘I think he chose me, to be fair,’ he said of Larry. ‘I have two biological children from a previous marriage and at the end of that marriage I met his older sister, Camille, who a friend of mine kind of said, “She needs some support and guidance and mentorship.” We became a family unit.’

Fishman’s ex wife Jennifer filed for divorce last year after the couple separated in 2017 in efforts to amicably end their 20-year relationship.

‘Among the reasons for not getting a regular divorce is the shared desire to keep Jenny covered by my health insurance, and allow to slowly unfold our 20 years together in a way mutually beneficial for our family, particularly on behalf of our children,’ he said in a statement.

'A couple years ago, I probably would have never shared this, to be honest with you,' he said. 'The really important part is that you're brave enough to admit when you struggle, and that you need help or that you aren't strong'

'A couple years ago, I probably would have never shared this, to be honest with you,' he said. 'The really important part is that you're brave enough to admit when you struggle, and that you need help or that you aren't strong'

‘A couple years ago, I probably would have never shared this, to be honest with you,’ he said. ‘The really important part is that you’re brave enough to admit when you struggle, and that you need help or that you aren’t strong’

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