Ashley Jensen's husband Terence Beesley took his own life, inquest hears
The husband of Extras actress Ashley Jensen took his own life at his Somerset home, an inquest heard.
Emergency services were named actor Terence Beesley's home in Camerton, near Bath, on the afternoon of 30 November last year .
Avon Coroner's court heard the 60-year-old was found in a car in his garage.
Coroner Peter Harrowing concluded that his death was a result of suicide.
In a statement read out at the hearing, Jensen – whose name was given as Ashley Beesley – said she had been “extremely shocked” by what happened
The actress had called the emergency services after coming home and finding her husband.
Paramedics tried to revive Beesley, who played in Buxton in ITV's Victoria and General Bennigsen in BBC One's War and Peace, but he was dead The scene, the coroner's court heard.
Jensen said in her statement that she had spoken and spoken on the afternoon of his death.
She said: “I was extremely shocked by what happened that night and I will never forget it.” 19659007] “Terry and I had been together for 18 years but I did not know what he did.”
Dr Sam Robinson, her husband's GP, said in a statement that the actor had “no past medical history of any mental health issues “.
Mr Harrowing said: “There is no evidence that I have listened to why Mr Beesley took the act that he did not act in my question to answer the question. 19659007] “Mr Beesley knew that his wife and young child were not at home and he would not be disturbed … I am satisfied beyond the reasonable doubt that Mr Beesley made a deliberate act.”
In her statement, Jensen – who also starred in US show Ugly Betty – said She first met her husband in 1999 when they both performed in a production of King Lear.
They married in 2007 and their son was born two years later.
Jensen said that
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