Darius Campbell Danesh made documentary on ‘how to live longer’ before sudden death
It has emerged that Pop Idol star Darius Campbell who died on 11st August, 2022 had produced a documentary on “how to live longer” before his shock and unexpected death.
The 41-year-old singer was who would have been 42 on 19th August was found dead in his US apartment, a family statement confirmed today.
Did you know that Darius Campbell changed his name back to Danesh to honour dad
Darius Campbell produced the documentary title Fountain of youth, where participants were to try different methods of extending their lives. This was four years ago, before Campbell died shockingly at a early age of 41.
The documentary which was a social experiment saw participants work with experts as they tried varying tactics, including drinking water, forgiving others, and plant-based diets.
Darius Campbell also made a foray into Hollywood where he was a co-executive producer on the horror film Imperium, starring Daniel Radcliffe in 2016.
The Pop Idol star, who was born in Glasgow produced horror feature House Red which featured his ex-wife Natasha Henstridge and actor Clara Paget.