(from ABC News Entertainment) Comedic actor John Goodman, best known for his role as Dan on the sitcom "Roseanne," has revealed in a statement that he has checked out of rehab after being treated for an undisclosed reason. "For my family and myself, I voluntarily took the necessary steps to remain sober the rest of my life," Goodman said in the statement, issued by his publicist Stan Rosenfield. It's unclear for how long and for what reason the actor was treated. While Drew Carey is currently riding high, the soon-to-be "Price Is Right" host wasn't always so happy. In an interview with "Access Hollywood," Carey revealed that he was depressed during his teens and early 20s and twice tried to commit suicide by swallowing pills. But Carey doesn't sympathize with fellow funnyman Owen Wilson, who recently tried to take his own life. "It's going to sound cold, but I wasn't reading the paper going 'Oh poor guy,'" he told "Access." "I was thinking, I hope he's learning what he is supposed to be learning from this whole experience and not wasting the opportunity to learn." Emerging from his car a week after his reported suicide attempt, comedic actor Owen Wilson wasn't quite the mild-mannered, shaggy-haired funnyman from "Wedding Crashers" and "Zoolander" whom audiences know and love. The actor recently revealed his darker side when he was admitted to a Los Angeles hospital after reportedly taking pills and slitting his wrists. An unnamed source told the entertainment show "Extra" that Wilson had been depressed for the past few months but insisted his depression was not over a broken relationship. Wilson was last reportedly involved with actress Kate Hudson, but the relationship ended in June. From 1992 to 1997, Martin Lawrence's show "Martin" ruled the sitcom circuit. But he was also plagued by problems at the height of his success. In May 1996, Lawrence was detained by police after wandering in the middle of an L.A. intersection, ranting and raving with a loaded handgun in his pocket. The next year, a month after divorcing from Patricia Lawrence, his wife of 20 months, he was served with a restraining order after she told a judge that he threatened to kill her and her family. John Belushi helped define "Saturday Night Live" when he joined the show as an original cast member in 1975. Three years later, he launched the trend of the raunchy college comedy with "Animal House." But in addition to his intense, obnoxious comedy, Belushi was known for his drug abuse. His career was cut short in 1982, when he died of a drug overdose at the age of 33.