Comedian PJ Gallagher’s mom died: Following the passing of his mother, PJ Gallagher, an Irish comedian, and performer, receives hundreds of memos.
How Did Comedian PJ Gallagher’s Mom Die?
PJ Gallagher, a comedian, and actor, has confirmed that his mother Helen passed away on Saturday, November 5. The popular comedian and Radio Nova host tweeted a moving photo of his mother on Twitter on Saturday night along with the message: “RIP Ma. 5/11/22.”
The 47-year-old received hundreds of condolence letters from the general people and well-known figures after sharing his struggle with depression on RTÉ’s The Late Late Show last month.
Helen’s Cause of Death
Neither PJ Gallagher nor any online media did not reveal any cause of death for his mom till now. The family and other close friends have been contacted by Ngnews247.com in an effort to get their comments on the incident. No responses have been given thus far. Once there is sufficient information, we will update the page. We’ll soon post more details about Helen’s cause of death.
To take care of his mother and keep her company home their own private “bubble,” PJ moved back in with his mother in Raheny after the death of his father Séan in 1999.
Speaking publicly back in 2015 the comedian said he and his sister always knew they were adopted. As a newborn, he was placed into foster care for a few months after being born in Bessborough mother and baby home, before being adopted by his parents, Helen and the late Sean Gallagher who died in 1999.
He said in an interview seven years ago he said about his parents: “My folks were crazy too and weren’t very strict, so it was a great bit of craic growing up in our house.
It was a lot of fun growing up in our house because my folks were wild too and weren’t particularly strict, he recalled in an interview seven years ago.
It reminded me of a comedy university. I’m a classic Irish Mammy’s son since I’m so close to my mother. I give her a daily phone call to check on her. He acknowledged that despite his mother Helen’s adamant encouragement, he did not have a great desire to find his real mother.
After experiencing Reiter syndrome, a form of reactive arthritis in his hands, and being unable to respond to inquiries about his family’s medical history, he eventually tracked them out.