Jurassic Park’s Sam Neill shares health after cancer diagnosis
Jurassic Park Actor Sam Neill Guaranteed fans after revealing he is bjust treated for stage 3 blood cancer.
of Peaky Blinders Starr is undergoing chemotherapy after being diagnosed with angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma.
The Hunt for the Wilderspeople star was said to have the disease shortly after experiencing a swollen gland while promoting Jurassic World Dominion last March.
Although he is now cancer-free, he is expected to continue treatment monthly for the rest of his life and wrote his memoir, Did I Ever Tell You This? when he is being treated for cancer.
Hollywood said Guardian His next book gave him a reason to live.
The Commuter actor has since shared another update on his health, telling concerned fans that he’s “fine.”
In a post posted on Instagram on Saturday, he said: [like], “Cancer, cancer cancer” and a little troublesome. As you can see, I’m fine.
“I’ve been in remission for eight months and I feel great. And I’m alive, kicking, and going to work.”
Neil added that he is “thrilled” to get back to work, as filming for Peacock’s limited series Apples Never Fall begins in seven days.
The drama, which also stars Annette Bening, is an adaptation of the best-selling book of the same name by Big Little Lies and Perfect Stranger author Leanne Moriarty.
The show follows former tennis coaches and parents Joy (Benning) and Stan (Neal). From the outside, they seem to have the perfect family, but when Joy disappears, it begins to fall apart.
according to Anti-lymphomaAngioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma (AITL) is a type of T-cell lymphoma, a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma that arises from white blood cells called T cells.
Many T-cell lymphomas have complex names based on the types of cells they form and the specific proteins they make.
The actor, who reprized his role as Alan Grant in the hit Jurassic Park franchise last year, also starred as Major Chester Campbell in the hit BBC series Peaky Blinders.
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