He made his acting debut on television in the western series at the age of 12. Russell’s performance in Mike Nichols’ Silkwood earned him a Golden Globe nomination in 1983 for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture.
In Springfield, Massachusetts, Russell was born. Bing, his father, was also a performer. His mother, Louise Julia Russell, was a dancer.
Flesh-Eating Bacteria Attack Kurt Russell’s Face
According to The Globe, Kurt Russell has a deadly flesh-eating sickness.
According to reports, the 65-year-old actor from the film “Hateful Eight” has unsightly sores beneath his lower lip that are considered to be brought on by Peutz-Jeghers syndrome (PJS), linked to intestinal cancer.
According to Cancer.Net, “the lifetime risk of cancer in those with PJS may be as high as 93 percent.”
The sores are “precancerous lesions that can become aggressive and dangerous if not treated immediately and properly,” according to Dr. Stuart Fischer, who does not treat Kurt.
Dr. Gabe Mirkin, an immunologist and resident of Maryland, concurs that Kurt “needs immediate tests” and thinks PJS may be to blame for the sores. He needs to start therapy right away.
The Globe also claims that Kurt recently argued with his 71-year-old long-term partner Goldie Hawn.
Kurt was scheduled to receive recognition at Oklahoma City’s Hall of Great Western Performers in October. Already listed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is his name.
However, Kurt cannot travel due to an “unexpected medical situation.”
The actor stated that he needed surgery, which, according to his doctor, could not be put off. The Oklahoman reports that he will undergo hip surgery.
“My doctors say it needs to happen in September, contrary to what I had previously believed,” Russell said, “I’m grateful that the museum decided to delay our honor so I could accept this magnificent prize.”
It is admirable that Kurt Russell was admitted to the Hall of Great Western Performers! We hope his procedure goes well and he recovers quickly.