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1.02.2007

TERI GARR RECOVERING FROM SURGERY FOR BRAIN ANEURYSM.

Oh no! PEOPLE is reporting that Actress Teri Garr had to have surgery for a brain aneurysm recently. Teri's 12 year old daughter and a woman on Garr's staff called 911 after they apparently could not wake Garr on the morning of December 21st. She was rushed to the hospital where according to Garr's reps, doctors then performed a "coil embolism." Thankfully, they are reporting that she made it through the surgery okay and the rep adds, "She's alert. She's sitting up. She's talking." "The prognosis is very, very good." Hooray! Ugh, usually you just hear about people dying from brain anuerysms and with all the deaths that happened over the past week (RIP James Brown, Gerald Ford), It's good to hear that Teri's recovering well.
Source: PEOPLE

6 Comments:

Blogger get in mah belly said...

omgosh i love this actress. my uncle died from a cerebral aneuriysm and i miss him so much. what movies was she in? i can't remember, but something with annoying sons who are wild

3:46 AM, January 03, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Major movie was Mr. Mom and the one with the sons was called First Born. She was also in Tootsie.

5:09 PM, January 03, 2007  
Blogger get in mah belly said...

those do not ring a bell but i will go look for pics. thanks anon!

11:45 PM, January 03, 2007  
Blogger get in mah belly said...

ANON- I KNOW EXACTLY WHERE I KNOW HER FROM!!!! i was looking through her filmography and it's the 1975 or 77 movie, "The Black Stallion." i watched that movie so many times when i was a little girl, and she was Alec's mother!!! she was so attractive. i am so sad. i hope she gets better.

11:48 PM, January 03, 2007  
Blogger get in mah belly said...

shoot sorry! it was 1983 that that movie came out. it is the best movie ever. the music is haunting and so is the "black"

83- the year i was born *tear*

11:49 PM, January 03, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GIMB-

You've never seen Mr. Mom? Seriously? Oh, it's so funny.

11:48 AM, January 04, 2007  

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