Inside actor Bronson Pinchot’s ‘very sad’ life as an ’80s sitcom star | Page Six Celebrity News

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Bronson Pinchot charmed audiences with his “Dance of Joy” on the beloved 1980s sitcom “Perfect Strangers” — but behind the scenes his life was filled with anything but euphoria.

The performer tells Page Six in a new interview that he was “very unhappy,” “hyper-sensitive” and “depressed” while playing the wacky comic character Balki Bartokomous on the classic sitcom.

Pinchot’s angst during the height of his success was made all the worse because he was in an unhappy relationship with someone who barely seemed to care for him.

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