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Jason Wahler is a Host, Actor and TV personality who appeared on Laguna Beach, The Hills, Celebrity Rap Superstar, Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, after battling through a public struggle with addiction. Sober since July 2010, Jason has dedicated his life to raising awareness towards addiction and hopes to one day change the public’s negative perception of this deadly disease. Through his hard work and dedication the E! Network did an E! True Hollywood Story highlighting Jason’s remarkable new life.
Observe as Jason reveals his life story from the early days of childhood, through the teenage years, to becoming well known for his hard partying ways on MTV’s hit shows Laguna Beach and The Hills. Eventually, to a fight for his life against the deadly disease of addiction that drove him to an attempted suicide. After hitting multiple bottoms, discover how Jason fought through and made a significant transformation. It’s never too late for help and Jason is the embodiment of that promise. Through all the trials and tribulations Jason found his passion by giving back and helping others struggling with addiction to see that recovery is possible and life is absolutely worth living. Join him!
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