Ben is only one of celebs featured within the upcoming documentary I Am Heath that appears again on the Oscar-winning actor’s life, profession, and premature demise.
Told from the attitude of a father, Ben captured the love between Heath and his little woman in his track “Happy Ever After In Your Eyes” earlier than Heath died all of a sudden from an unintentional drug overdose.
“Couldn’t leave you to go to heaven / I carry you in my smile /For the first time my true reflection I see / Happy ever after in your eyes,” Ben sings within the candy tune, seemingly predicting Heath’s time together with his daughter can be reduce brief.
In 2012, Ben recounted how he was requested to put in writing Matilda a lullaby after Heath gifted him with a piano.
“Two days later, once the piano was in, he was like, ‘you got that piano right? I got a baby coming in about a month, I’m going to need you to write her a lullaby'” Ben told a crowd on stage in Australia. “So, this next song, I don’t play and I haven’t played much at all because I haven’t been able to play because when you do… but I’m just starting to come around.”
Heath with Naomi Watts, Ben, and Laura Dern in 2004. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Matilda, who’s 11 years previous immediately, will reportedly watch the documentary about her late father after her mother Michelle Williams gave government producer Matt Amato her seal of approval.
“Michelle said, ‘We should do something now. Matilda is curious’,” Matt informed Women’s Day.
As for Ben, he nonetheless remembers Heath because the “majestic and regal human being” he was.
“Heath was the most alive human and if it wasn’t on the edge it didn’t interest him,” Ben added within the trailer for the documentary.
I Am Heath premieres on Spike TV on May 17 at 10 p.m. EST. WATCH: Look again at Heath’s life and profession within the video under!
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