Tennant and Colman support selfie mental health campaign

David Tennant and Olivia Colman

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Tennant and Colman were recently seen in ITV’s strike play Broadchurch

Broadchurch stars David Tennant and Olivia Colman have posted selfies of themselves to uncover their support for a BBC mental health initiative.

Tom Hardy and Russell Brand have also pulled their fingers out – 4 to be accurate – for a #1in4 campaign.

Alison Kirkham, a BBC’s controller of significant commissioning, pronounced one in 4 were influenced by mental health issues.

“I’m gay so many high-profile people have come together to lift recognition of this critical cause.”

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Tom Hardy and Russell Brand are also subsidy a initiative

Radio 1’s Nick Grimshaw and Frozen voice star Kristen Bell have also snapped their digits to uncover solidarity.

“I wanted to get concerned with a #1in4 debate to assistance people realize they’re not alone,” pronounced Grimshaw.

“Having mental health issues is zero to be ashamed about.”

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Others participating embody Kristen Bell and Nick Grimshaw

The beginning accompanies a BBC’s Minds Matter season, a operation of programmes opposite TV and radio about mental health.

They embody Mind Over Marathon, a documentary featuring a Duke of Cambridge that will atmosphere after on BBC One.

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