Darryl D. Moore, Sr.
A down-and-out man with bi-polar disorder, afraid to love or trust anyone learns the true meaning of forgiveness, including the ex-lover who killed his daughter." Follow one man's compelling journey of faith, love, healing, and recovery as he reaches his dreams.
As a child, Darryl was misdiagnosed with ADD/HD. Darryl was actually bi-polar and suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. This wasn't discovered until he was 39. He was mislabeled as being a child with a discipline problem. The remedy at that time was to heavily medicate children. Darryl encountered a teacher so cruel that she isolated him behind a six foot high cardboard box for almost half a school year until he told his mother what was happening.
After college, he was never able to get a job paying much even though he has a Masters Degree. Stress and mounting bills led to tension between Darryl and his wife. Eventually they parted. As time went on, he finally answered the call that was burning inside him. He participated in an open mic show and his girlfriend at the time made good on her threat that she'd abort their baby and kick him out. He was homeless for a brief period sleeping in his truck. Grief stricken over the death of his daughter, he became deeply depressed. Nightmares and sleepless nights almost destroyed him. He was battling this for almost two years while entertaining crowds at comedy clubs and pursuing his acting career.
"Invisible Man" is the film adaptation of the autobiography "Feel My Pain" written by Darryl Moore. While being treated for unresolved issues from his past, he was diagnosed with cancer. Things got worse when he went through a divorce, faced 60 years in prison, dealt with his daughter's death, and was briefly homeless. Everything came down on him at once. Determined to rise above his plight, he started doing comedy, acting, and writing. The video clip can be viewed at: