Anthony Bourdain Remembered By Hollywood; Tearful Rose McGowan Cries “The World Is Not Better With Hollywood stars, media experts, CNN colleagues, fellow chefs, President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama expressed their sadness and shock at the suicide of Anthony Bourdain, the CNN anchorman whose food and adventure series, Parts Unknown, launched its 11th season. mes.Bourdain
“Anthony, I’m so mad at you,” said a sobbing Rose McGowan, friend of Bourdain and his girlfriend, actress Asia Argento, in a video he tweeted (and then deleted) encouraging people to ask for help. “You were loved, the world is not better without you, I have a message for those who consider suicide as a solution to a temporary problem, please call a hotline, please extend your hand, Asia needed you, Anthony. We need you. Please come back. ”
After removing that tweet, McGowan posted a picture of Bourdain with the message: “Through space and time, Anthony, your love will find you again.”
“My heart has been broken for my sweet friend @AsiaArgento,” the actress Olivia Munn tweeted.
CNN President Jeff Zucker, in a statement read on the air by CNN’s Brian Stelter, said: “Tony was an exceptional talent, a storyteller, a gifted writer, a world traveler, an adventurer, brought something to CNN that no one else had brought in. Tony will be missed a lot not only for his work but also for the passion with which he did it. ”
Donald Trump, who is addressing the G-7 summit, told reporters: “I want to express to your family my deepest condolences, I enjoyed your show, it was a character.”