Gus Worland remembers his friend Dieter Brummer after the actor’s tragic suicide at age 45

‘He didn’t feel like he could open the door’: Radio star Gus Worland recalls friend Dieter Brummer after the actor’s tragic suicide at age 45

Gus Worland has revealed his thoughts on his late friend Dieter Brummer.

The radio star crossed paths with the actor in the Triple M building when Gus was part of the networks’ Grill Team.

“He used to clean the windows. That was his job,” Gus said The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday.

Memories: Gus Worland (pictured) has revealed his thoughts about his late friend, Dieter Brummer. The radio star crossed paths with the actor in the Triple M building when Gus was part of the networks’ Grill Team

“He always slipped down and everyone recognized him right away. We used to say, “There’s that guy from Home and Away,” and we invited him over for a chat.

“I was lucky enough to get to know Dieter and it’s so tragic what happened to him,” he added.

Gus says he believes Dieter didn’t think he could tell people how he really felt.

As a reminder, “He used to clean the windows.  That was his job,

As a reminder, “He used to clean the windows. That was his job,” Gus told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. Dieter is pictured in 2010

“There would have been thousands of people available to talk to and he didn’t feel like he could open up to them,” he added.

Brummer was best known for playing Shane Parrish in Home And Away, and was famous in the 1990s in a romantic storyline with Melissa George.

A teenager’s former heartthrob was found dead in a Glenhaven house in Sydney on July 24. He was 45.

Heights: “He used to slide down and everyone recognized him right away.  We used to say,

Heights: “He used to slide down and everyone recognized him right away. We used to say, “There’s that guy from Home and Away,” and we’d invite him over for a chat. Dieter was recently photographed

His death is untreated and suspected and is believed to have been suicide.

After the news of his death, Brummer’s family released a statement saying that their world “would never be the same again.”

“We lost our handsome, talented, funny, complicated and beloved Dieter on Saturday morning. He left a huge hole in our lives,” they said.

If you or someone you know is having a hard time, get in touch lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue at 1300 22 4636.

Feelings: Gus says he believes Dieter didn't think he could tell people how he really felt.

Feelings: Gus says he believes Dieter didn’t think he could tell people how he really felt. “There would have been thousands of people available to talk to and he didn’t feel like he could open up to them,” he added. Pictured in 2010

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