Actor and star of the new faith-based movie I Can Only Imagine, Dennis Quaid, has admitted to using cocaine "almost every day" after first arriving in Hollywood back in the 1980s. The Christian actor, who played Arthur Millard in this year's blockbuster movie, said he got to the stage where he was sleeping just one hour a night.
"I was basically doing cocaine pretty much on a daily basis during the '80s. I spent many, many a night screaming at God to please take this away from me, I'll never do it again because I've only got an hour before I have to be at work," the actor told the Daily Mail.
"Then about 4 o'clock in the afternoon, I would be "Oh, that's not so bad'. I had a white-light experience where I saw myself either dead or losing everything that meant anything to me."
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