according to The Hollywood Reporter. “I am absolutely devastated to say that my eldest son Nick is critically ill,” the 74-year-old said in a statement.
according to The Hollywood Reporter. “I am absolutely devastated to say that my eldest son Nick is critically ill,” the 74-year-old said in a statement.
“Did I Ever Tell You This?”The 75-year-old said he was soon diagnosed with angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma, undergoing chemotherapy until he switched to a new drug he expects to take every month for the rest of his life.“I am alive and well and I have been in remission for 8 months, which feels really good,” he said in a video shared on the platform Friday. “And I’m alive and kicking and I’m going to work.”A post shared by SamNeillTheProp (@samneilltheprop)Neill, who has been in remission for 8 months, said he’s diving back into onscreen work within days alongside Annette Bening in the limited series “Apples Never Fall.”“I’m very happy to be going back to work,” Neill told his 542,000 followers. “Let’s not worry too much about ‘all that’ because I’m fine.
“Did I Ever Tell You This?” The 75-year-old “Jurassic Park” star recalled experiencing swollen glands a year ago while doing press for “Jurassic World Dominion.”He said he was soon diagnosed with angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma, undergoing chemotherapy until he switched to a new drug he expects to take every month for the rest of his life.“The thing is, I’m crook. Possibly dying,” he writes in the first chapter of his book, which comes out Tuesday. “I may have to speed this up.”He said he never intended to write a memoir, but started doing so during treatment last year, as he realized it “was actually sort of giving me a reason to live.”“I found myself with … nothing to do,” Neill explained to the Guardian in an interview published Friday.“And I’m used to working.
told the Associated Press.“She was a very funny, amazing performer,” said Neal, sharing that it was always a “happy time to be around her.”Neal said while Tenuta claimed her birthdate as Nov. 7, 1965, she was really born in 1949.“She was old school so she would never tell her real age, but now that she’s gone we can tell her real age.”The two-time Grammy nominee toured with George Carlin as her career took off in the 1980s.
livestreamed.“It’s going to be a night of some favorites of mine from shows that I’ve been in, some Liza stuff, some Broadway stuff, a couple jazz tunes, some mashups,” Rodriguez said.
statement from off-Broadway’s MCC Theater, which he founded. “The MCC Theater community mourns the loss of our much loved and uniquely inspiring partner, colleague, and dear friend, Bob LuPone, who lived fearlessly and with great curiosity, good humor, a boundless passion for connection, and a whole lot of heart,” the statement continued.
his family said in a statement.“We have recently discovered that John has a cancerous growth,” the singer’s wife Jill Billman, and their two adult sons, Robert and James, said in the statement obtained by ABC. “He has been admitted to hospital this morning for surgery and ongoing treatment,” his loved ones added.Farnham, who is best known for his Aussie anthem “You’re the Voice,” also provided a statement to fans, saying that cancer is something “so many people face every single day.”“The one thing I know for sure is that we have the very best healthcare professionals in Victoria, and we can be grateful for that.
died Monday morning at her home in Southern California following a long battle with cancer. The 73-year-old was surrounded by loved ones, including her husband, John Easterling, and her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi. Her Australia-based niece, Tottie Goldmsith, tearfully told news program “A Current Affair” on Tuesday: “It’s not a shock — we’ve known how sick she’s been, especially in the last five days.”“It wasn’t just the cancer that got her; it was other complications, being in a hospital and with a very susceptible immune system,” she continued.
died Monday at the age of 73 — revealed the vow in a February 2021 interview with the A Life of Greatness podcast, speaking candidly about her religious convictions.“I remember I was pregnant with Chloe, and I was close to losing her,” Newton-John recalled about her 1985 pregnancy with her only child.“I went to bed and asked God to save her and, if he did, I would say the Lord’s Prayer every night for the rest of my life and so I have,” she declared. “I think prayer is very powerful.”Newton-John went on to welcome Chloe in January 1986 with her then-husband, Matt Lattanzi.
stage 4 cancer, the singer and actress sold off most of her massive real estate portfolio in order to invest more into her foundation and wellness center, The Post has learned. “Olivia loved helping people.
died at age 73 on Monday.The “Grease” actress and singer publicly battled breast cancer since 1992, enduring a partial mastectomy, nine months of chemotherapy and breast reconstruction.Newton-John — who became an advocate for breast cancer detection — was diagnosed again in 2013 but privately battled it, only revealing in 2018 that it had come back in 2017.The Australian actress announced she had been diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer that had metastasized to the base of her spine.The “Physical” singer opened up over the years about how she dealt with the treatments and managed her pain, including openly talking about using cannabis oil after being introduced to it by her husband, John Easterling.“I really believe the cannabis has made a huge difference,” she told “60 Minutes Australia” in 2019. “If I don’t take the drops, I can feel the pain, so I know it’s working.”“People have this vision from the ’60s of people just sitting around and getting stoned,” she told “Today” in 2017.
read on Dow’s Facebook account Wednesday afternoon.“We know that the world is collectively saddened by the loss of this incredible man. He gave so much to us all and was loved by so many. One fan said it best — ‘It is rare when there is a person who is so universally loved like Tony,’” the statement added.His son Christopher called it “a very sad day” in the announcement.“Although this is a very sad day, I have comfort and peace that he is in a better place.
reported by Deadline. Born in the city of Kumamoto on the Japanese island of Kyushu, Shimada landed her first TV role in the 1970 drama “Osanazuma.” Her other TV credits include “Kamen Rider,” “Karei-naru Ichizoku” and “Shiroi Kyoto.”In “Shōgun” — which was based on the James Clavelle novel — the actress portrayed Hosokawa Gracia, a real-life member of the aristocratic Akechi family.
announced the news of his passing on his official Facebook page Tuesday morning.“It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share with you the passing of our beloved Tony this morning,” the post read.“Tony was a beautiful soul — kind, compassionate, funny and humble. It was truly a joy to just be around him.
set up to help with his stage 4 colon cancer diagnosis, which he publicly revealed less than two months ago. “This isn’t the update I wanted to write.
“Toby Keith & Friends Golf Classic” raised more than $1.3 million – the third-highest total ever – May 20-21 in Oklahoma City and Norman.
near-death experience battling COVID and cancer. In an interview set to air on CBS “Sunday Morning” this Sunday, the 72-year-old recounted how serious his fight with lymphoma became after getting diagnosed with COVID and spending five weeks in the ICU. “Oh, man — what a journey,” Bridges recounted before admitting he “couldn’t breathe” and went through “amazing pain” during the ordeal.When interviewer Ben Mankiewicz asked whether he had moments where he thought, “Well, this might be it,” the “Big Lebowski” star responded, “Oh, the doctors, yeah – my wife would ask, ‘Is he gonna die?’ And they say, ‘We’re doing the best we can.’ They wouldn’t reassure her that it was all gonna be fine.” Bridges, who this year is celebrating 45 years of marriage to Susan Geston, also pondered that it was interesting how different people deal with mortality.
Food & Friends will honor eight local frontline workers at its “Honoring Our Heroes” gala, which will be held on June 13 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington’s Mount Vernon Square neighborhood. The eight award recipients – whose ranks include doctors, nurses, firefighters, chefs, teachers, and other community leaders – are being celebrated for their work and commitment to keeping the Washington Metro area safe and operational during the darkest days of the pandemic.The honorees are: Chief Oluwafunmike Omasere, the Battalion Chief of DC Fire and EMS; Chefs Teresa Padilla and Geraldine Mendoza, the co-founders of Taqueria Xochi; Dominique Foster, the 2022 D.C. Teacher of the Year and a community organizer at Friendship Public Charter School; Alvin Chen and Jeffrey Naber, two volunteers with Food & Friends; Reba Miller, an ICU nurse at Inova Mount Vernon Hospital; and Dr.
interview with People, the now-healthy 72-year-old said the last year and a half feels like “a bizarre dream” that he wasn’t sure he’d overcome. It all started when Bridges was doing a home workout and felt something unusual in his stomach. He would be diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.“I had a 12-by-9-inch tumor in my body.
Naga Munchetty has expressed her sadness following the latest news from her BBC colleague Deborah James.MORE: Lorraine Kelly sparks huge reaction with heartbreaking new tweetOn Monday evening, the presenter of the BBC podcast You, Me And The Big C revealed she is now receiving hospice care in light of her terminal bowel cancer. She also told followers she does not know "how long I've got left" in a heartbreaking message.WATCH: Dr Amir Khan shares key signs of bowel cancerSharing the statement on her Twitter account, BBC Breakfast's Naga remarked: "This is heartbreaking.
the Washington Post.McCall rose to fame as a country music star with songs about driving 18-wheelers and big-rigs, including 1976 number one hit “Convoy.”His real name was Bill Fries and he was an ad executive turned singer.He created the character of C.W. McCall, a truck driver in a series of commercials for a Midwestern bread company.The goal wasn’t to create an alter-ego but to sell bread using catchy, country-sounding jingles.McCall took on this persona and began recording music about long-haul trucking, even establishing his own CB radio lingo truckers picked up and still use today.He was well known in the ’70s for his hit country records: “Old Home Filler-Up” and “Keep On-a-Truckin’ Cafe,” “Wolf Creek Pass,” and most famous of all, “Convoy,” which became a No.
Francesco LoPresti has died at age 24 following a seven-year battle with testicular cancer. The popular content creator — who boasted more than 700,000 followers — passed away on Monday, March 21, after entering hospice care. The tragic news was publicly announced on Wednesday by LoPresti’s longtime girlfriend, fellow TikTok star Kaitlin Reagan, who took to the social media site to pay tearful tribute to her beau.
Farrah Forke was an actress best known for playing helicopter pilot Alex Lambert on “Wings.”“Wings” was Forke’s first major role; she starred in seasons four through six as a U.S. Army veteran who had flown Apache helicopters in Desert Storm and was running a helicopter tour business in Nantucket, Massachusetts.
cancer in 2014 in order to help others be aware of the disease, after revealing he had ‘no symptoms’. The musician and TV star, 64, is hoping to raise more awareness of the risk of prostate cancer, which was diagnosed following a routine blood test. He has teamed up with men’s health charity Prostate Cancer UK for a musical event called Raise the Roof, which will see stars including Paul Weller and Spice Girl Melanie C take to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall on June 22.
Ned Eisenberg was a character actor best known for his role as defense attorney Roger Kressler on “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.” Ned Eisenberg was a Bronx born character actor who played defense attorney Roger Kessler in 24 episodes of the long-running crime drama “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.” He appeared in two Clint Eastwood movies, playing a manager in “Million Dollar Baby” and photographer Joe Rosenthal in “Flags of our Fathers.” He made his movie debut in 1980 in “The Exterminator” and appeared in “Primary Colors” and “Last Man Standing.” His many TV guest appearances include “The Good Wife,” “White Collar,” “30 Rock,” and recently on “Mare of Easttown” and “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” RIP #NedEisenberg. We worked together on one of the first films I ever did: “Moving Violations.” Just a great all-around good guy.
introduced Whelchel to the audience last night and her health battles came up in the discussion.“I was diagnosed in March of 2021, and one of the first things I did a couple of weeks after being diagnosed was take the ‘Jeopardy!’ test. And I ended up getting my audition the night before my surgery in May,” she said.“Well, evidently the audition went well!” Jennings responded.
Jane Marczewskie was a singer known as “Nightbirde” who became a fan favorite after a stirring audition on “America’s Got Talent” while she was battling cancer. Jane Marczewskie, known as “Nightbirde,” was a singer who became known after her audition on the NBC talent show “America’s Got Talent.” She sang her original song “It’s OK,” while disclosing to the judges that she was battling cancer.
competition in August amid her battle with the disease.“Since my audition, my health has taken a turn for the worse and the fight with cancer is demanding all of my energy and attention,” the singing phenom revealed in a heartbreaking announcement posted to her Instagram page. “I am so sad to announce that I won’t be able to continue forward on this season of AGT.”Marczewski added, “Life doesn’t always give breaks to those that deserve it — but we knew that already.”A month before, the singer performed a jaw-dropping “AGT” audition, in which she sang an original song, “It’s OK,” which based on her struggles with the disease.
Coleen Nolan and her sisters have been left heartbroken following the loss of their auntie. Their aunt Teresa died on Thursday following a battle with skin cancer.MORE: Loose Women's Coleen Nolan talks 'unfair' cancer diagnosis of sisters Anne and LindaThe official Twitter account for The Nolans released a statement on Friday, which read: "Yesterday, our Auntie Teresa peacefully passed away, after living with incurable skin cancer for many years.WATCH: Coleen Nolan discusses Linda and Anne's cancer battles"Teresa was the backbone of our family, the glue that held us together and the only person from our parents' generation left.
a limited-edition NFT of the “Charlie’s Angels” star’s iconic red swimsuit poster. The famous pin-up shot from 1976 showed the actress, then just 29, posing in a bathing suit. A poster of the image went on to sell more than 12 million copies.
Melanie Ham was a YouTube star known for her tutorials in crafts including crochet and quilting.Ham launched her YouTube channel in 2011. It quickly took off, with millions of people watching her most popular videos.
TLC documentary “I am Shauna Rae” she reveals the difficulties associated with her youthful appearance including finding it hard to date, and going to bars, as everyone thinks she is a child.In the trailer for the show, Shauna introduces herself saying: “If you were to look at me, you would think I’m just a normal little girl, doing normal little girl things with my fun, crazy family.”Adding: “But the truth is I’m not a little girl.
said in a statement to CNN.Papillary thyroid cancer is the most common type of thyroid cancer, affecting fewer than 200,000 Americans each year, mostly between the ages of 30 and 50, and more commonly seen in women than men. Those with Asian roots are also at a higher risk of developing the disease, according to the National Cancer Institute.
instead just of potentially threatening them.A TikTok influencer’s fans likely changed the course of his life after alerting him that two moles on his back looked like they might be cancerous. Florida-based creator and software developer Alex Griswold, 25, posted a video to the platform in 2019 showing his wife, Melinda Griswold, rubbing his shirtless back.
Lights on Lozier Ct.” Russo flicks the switch on seven days a week, from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Virgil Abloh was the artistic director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear collection and the founder of the Off-White fashion house.Abloh began to come to prominence as he worked with Kanye West; the two both interned at the Italian fashion house Fendi in 2009 and began collaborating there. Abloh became the creative director of West’s Donda creative agency.
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