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Growing Pains Star Jeremy Miller on Alcoholism


 

 
As a child actor born and raised in southern California, Jeremy Miller was most widely known for portraying Ben Seaver on the popular 80s sitcom “Growing Pains.”
 
Following his own struggles with alcoholism, Jeremy worked as a patient advocate at the former Start Fresh Recovery Clinic for three years, and wrote an article on alcoholism for In Recovery Magazine.
 
Jeremy is an avid reader, a terrible golfer, a tennis player, and Crossfit enthusiast. His deepest joy comes from working with others in recovery and spending time with his family and friends – usually cooking for them.
 
In this interview we discuss how the interesting tale of a young childhood star growing up in the Hollywood limelight, his descent into alcoholism and recovery through BioCoRx Recovery.

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