‘Deadpool 2’s’ Rob Delaney Says Losing 2-Year-Old Son to Brain Cancer Drastically Changed His Outlook On Life: “I Used to Be Afraid of Dying”

Published Dec 9, 2020

‘Deadpool 2’s’ Rob Delaney Says Losing 2-Year-Old Son to Brain Cancer Drastically Changed His Outlook On Life: “I Used to Be Afraid of Dying”

On BBC 4, actor Rob Delaney, 43, says his 2 year-old son Henry's death from pediatric brain cancer in 2018 profoundly changed him.

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