Maddy Anholt death by brain cancer
Maddy Anholt, departed from this world on September 13th at the age of 35,” read a statement on Just Giving.
Maddy Anholt, a talented individual, graced the screens through notable appearances on BBC Three’s Comedy Sunny D, as well as showcasing her comedic prowess on ITV’s comedy series The Emily Atack Show and the broadcaster’s This Morning programme.
In 2017, Maddy Anholt presented her original BBC Radio comedy series titled ‘No Smoke,’ revolving around a struggling vape cafe situated in Dundee, Scotland.
During 2015, she showcased her one-woman comedy show, ‘Diary Of A Dating Addict,’ at both the Gilded Balloon during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the Soho Theatre.
Furthering their statement, her family shared: “Shortly following the birth of her remarkable daughter Opal last year, Maddy received the devastating diagnosis of a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer.
“She faced the subsequent surgery and treatment with remarkable grace and bravery, supported every step of the way by her family and devoted husband, Ben.
“In her final weeks, Maddy was surrounded by love and tranquility at her parents’ residence, Sunflower House, embracing the soothing sounds of nature.”
Ms. Anholt authored the handbook ‘How To Leave Your Psychopath’ last year, delving into coercive control and abusive relationships. Her debut novel, ‘Red Flags,’ is slated for publication next year.
“During the previous year, she published ‘How to Leave Your Psychopath: The Vital Guide to Breaking Free from Harmful Relationships,’ a self-help publication addressing abusive relationships and published by Pan Macmillan.
She received an invitation to become an ambassador for Women’s Aid. Maddy conducted instructive masterclasses on various subjects, including public speaking, and catered to clients such as the Guardian.
Her family said: “We are overwhelmed with gratitude to the many friends who have upheld us with their love and prayers during this difficult time, as well as the countless nurses, doctors and the NHS as a whole, who treated her with unfailing dignity and compassion. In particular, we would like to thank the magnificent team at Seaton Hospice at Home, who are the embodiment of empathy, professionalism and love.”
They kindly request the public to commemorate Anholt’s memory by lighting a candle at 6 pm this Saturday.