Spalding Gray

Feature

Saturday, October 22, 2005

This month Crown books released Life Interrupted, the last monologue of Spalding Gray, best known for his autobiographical stories Swimming To Cambodia and Gray’s Anatomy. In the final monologue, Gray speaks about the severe head and leg injuries he sustained in a car accident while vacationing in Ireland. While recovering, he sank into a deep depression that plagued him until he killed himself last January. In the spring of 2002, reporter Trey Kay met with Spalding Gray and observed how difficult life had become for Gray and his family after the accident.

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Trey Kay

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