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Ledger's older sister Kate, an actress and later a publicist, to whom he was very close, inspired his acting on stage, and his love of Gene Kelly inspired his successful choreography, leading to Guildford Grammar's 60-member team's "first all-boy victory" at the Rock Eisteddfod Challenge. 1990), his mother's daughter with her second husband and his stepfather Roger Bell, and Olivia Ledger (b.
1996), his father's daughter with second wife and his stepmother Emma Brown.
With Trevor Di Carlo, his best friend since he was three years old, Ledger drove across Australia from Perth to Sydney, returning to Perth to take a small role in Clowning Around (1992), the first part of a two-part television series, and to work on the TV series Sweat (1996), in which he played a gay cyclist.
Ledger created and acted in a music video set to Drake's recording of the singer's 1974 song about depression "Black Eyed Dog" – a title "inspired by Winston Churchill's descriptive term for depression" (black dog); it was shown publicly only twice, first at the Bumbershoot Festival, in Seattle, held from 1 to 3 September 2007; and secondly as part of "A Place To Be: A Celebration of Nick Drake", with its screening of Their Place: Reflections On Nick Drake, "a series of short filmed homages to Nick Drake" (including Ledger's), sponsored by American Cinematheque, at the Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, in Hollywood, on 5 October 2007.
and he was taking all these pills to help him.'" In talking with Interview magazine, after his death, Ledger's former fiancée Michelle Williams also confirmed reports the actor had experienced trouble sleeping.
"For as long as I'd known him, he had bouts with insomnia. His mind was turning, turning, turning – always turning." At about pm (EST), on 22 January 2008, Ledger was found unconscious in his bed by his housekeeper, Teresa Solomon, and his masseuse, Diana Wolozin, in his loft at 421 Broome Street in the So Ho neighborhood of Manhattan.
According to the police, Wolozin, who had arrived early for a pm appointment with Ledger, called Ledger's friend Mary-Kate Olsen for help.
Olsen, who was in California, directed a New York City private security guard to go to the scene. At the urging of the 9-1-1 operator, Wolozin administered CPR, which was unsuccessful in reviving him.
In his penultimate film performance, Ledger played the Joker in Christopher Nolan's 2008 film The Dark Knight, which was released nearly six months after his death.