Luke Perry Hospitalized After Reportedly Suffering Stroke
The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' and 'Riverdale' star was "under observation at the hospital" on Thursday.
“Riverdale” and “Beverly Hills, 90210” star Luke Perry was hospitalized following a stroke, according to a report.
The stroke occurred Wednesday,, with paramedics showing up to his Sherman Oaks home at about 9:40 A.M. He was brought to a hospital shortly thereafter, and his current condition has yet to be disclosed.
Originally known for his role as Dylan McKay on “Beverly Hills, 90210,” Perry has yet to sign onto the series’ reboot, which was announced by Fox on Wednesday.
Perry, 52, has starred as Fred Andrews, father to Archie, on the CW hit “Riverdale” since the show premiered in 2017.
Prior to the stroke, he was filming episodes in Los Angeles.
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Jacques Chirac hospitalized: "the loneliness of post-power is a shock"
Catherine Nay, the political editorialist of Europe 1 who has long rubbed shoulders with the former president, considers his health "worrying". She returns to the "melancholy" of the former head of state.
Former President. He "was hospitalized at Pitié-Salpêtrière for the treatment of a pulmonary infection," said the husband of his daughter Claude, Frédéric Salat-Baroux. For the political editorialist of Europe 1, , the health of the former tenant of the Elysée is really "worrying".
Repatriated emergency in Morocco. A long-time visitor to Morocco,stayed here for several weeks this summer. "He was repatriated in an emergency Saturday night," says Catherine Nay. "When the family says 'he came home a day earlier', that means that there was urgency, we have not seen him in public for two years and his last appearances already revealed a fairly tragic physical deterioration" .
"His doctors had advised against leaving". He had a kidney surgery last December. "Since then, we know that he was not working anymore." His memory became very intermittent, his speech was hampered, his doctors had advised him not to go to Agadir, but Bernadette was very fond of it. in conditions of exceptional comfort and care ". But this comfort was not enough, Jacques Chirac was forced to return.
Heard on Europe 1 The loneliness of post-power is intolerable for great politicians
"Return to normal life is a shock". Victim of a stroke in 2005, he was hospitalized several times. "His health began to deteriorate at that time," recalls Catherine Nay, who has long rubbed the former president. "Until 2007, it still showed a good pace.His ministers had noted a weakening, a deafness, the vision was not what it was.But leave the power after forty years of political life, let the Nicolas Sarkozy, finding himself in a heavy family closed camera, with a sick girl, with Bernadette, was not so simple.When we lived for 30 years in the national palaces,", believes the political editorialiste of Europe 1.
Too hard to" nothing to do ". This new life, Jacques Chirac has never managed to make it. "The empty agenda, nothing to do," explains Catherine Nay. "Well, he writes his memoirs, there is the foundation,but what interest ... One becomes a sovereign in exile in his country Solitude after power is intolerable for great politicians. Charles De Gaulle died a year after leaving the Elysée François Mitterrand too.So, we let ourselves sink because there is the melancholy that invades you, "says Catherine Nay.
Brian Austin Green Reveals 'Beverly Hills, 90210' Cast Reunited to Honor Luke Perry.
The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' cast found a way to honor the late Luke Perry. During a new episode of Brian Austin Green's podcast ... with Brian Austin Green, the 45-year-old actor -- who played David Silver on the iconic '90s teen show -- said that the cast recently reunited at a private gathering to celebrate Perry's life. Perry died on March 4 after suffering a massive stroke. Green says the cast reunited at the home of Gabrielle Carteris, who played Andrea Zuckerman on 90210. "[I saw] people I hadn’t seen in at least 18 years, at least," he said.