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article imageGlee star Cory Monteith checks into rehab

By Lesley Lanir     Apr 1, 2013 in Entertainment
Cory Monteith, an actor on the popular Fox show Glee, has checked into rehab in order to deal with his substance addiction. This is not the first time that the Calgary actor has tried to deal with his substance abuse problems.
According to People, US Weekly and omg from Yahoo, Cory Monteith, 30, who plays Finn Hudson in the TV series, Glee, has had past struggles with drug addiction and previously entered rehab when he was 19. Monteith, recognising his difficulties, has now voluntarily admitted himself into rehab.
Monteith's rep told People that "He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery."
Monteith who has starred in various TV and film productions has been a member of Glee's cast since 2009.
Monteith was born in Calgary, Alberta. His parents divorced when he was aged seven and he moved to Victoria, British Columbia to live with his mother. He began experimenting with drugs and alcohol from an early age and dropped out of school at the age of 16 after attending at least 10 different schools.
Monteith began his acting career with a small part in the TV series Stargate: Atlantis. His first TV film appearance was in Killer Bash.
In 2011, Monteith won a Teen Choice Award, a Fox Network's annual awards show, for best TV comedy actor.
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