Comic Amy Schumer reveals her most vulnerable parts in Life & Beth

Michael Cera (left) and Amy Schumer in comedy drama Life & Beth. PHOTO: DISNEY+
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LOS ANGELES - After a seven-year break from series television, comedienne Amy Schumer is back with Life & Beth, a comedy drama inspired by traumatic experiences from her own childhood.

These include her parents' marital, financial and health problems as well as Schumer's ongoing struggle with trichotillomania - a mental disorder in which people compulsively pull out their hair.

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