You can't judge a man you've never met. Hell you hardly know your own blood relatives enough to judge them. Suicide and addiction obviously have serious underlying issues. Mental health is such a mystery and suicide isn't necessarily the "cowards" way out.
A friend of mine committed suicide after suffering debilitating and inexplicable chronic pain for years. In and out of a wheel chair, not being able to feed yourself, relying on your family. He considered his options, realized he was probably going to have this pain and condition for his whole life, realized what a burden it was on his family and ended it. Was he a coward? No.
Addiction is another serious mental health issue. Those who haven't suffered can't comprehend the calls, the withdrawal, the physiological aspects. As a health care professional you should be completely ashamed AR6. You have no right to judge this gentleman, and clearly aren't capable of a professional opinion. He suffered from drug addiction in his younger years and mentioned relapsing recently after 23 years of being clean. Everyone makes mistakes. He overdosed, it is tragic, addiction is tragic.
He was a phenomenal actor. Can I judge his character by the way he died or presented himself on screen? No, I have no idea what he was like as a person.
You don't know who Doug Coombs is? Really?