Friday October 30th 2020
A few weeks ago, Jeff Bridges was diagnosed with lymph gland cancer. The actor is currently undergoing medical treatment. From the hospital, the “dude” is now addressing his fans via Twitter and thanks them for the many wishes for wellbeing.
US actor Jeff Bridges thanked his fans for their support after his cancer diagnosis. He shared a photo of himself in the hospital on Twitter. The 70-year-old is connected to several tubes and is hugging an IV pole.
“I would like to thank you all for thinking of me during this time,” he wrote. “It feels good to have all the good wishes and love from you!” He announced that he would keep his fans updated on his website.
In mid-October, the actor made public that he was suffering from lymph gland cancer. “Although it is a serious illness, I am glad that I have a great team of doctors and the prognosis is good,” said the Oscar winner (“Crazy Heart”). Jeff Bridges has starred in over 90 films in around 50 years. Even today he is most associated with the “Dude” from the US comedy “The Big Lebowski” from 1998.
Sympathy also came from many fellow actors. For example, Barbra Streisand, with whom Bridges stood in front of the camera for the 1996 film “Liebe Has Two Faces”, wrote: “You have such a happy spirit that I know you will also overcome this intermediate low Love and light. ” Oscar winner Julianne Moore, who starred alongside Bridges in the cult hit “The Big Lebowski”, wrote: “Oh no. I love you, Jeff”. “Breaking Bad” actor Aaron Paul and Marvel star Jeremy Renner also wished for wellbeing on social media.