Valerie Harper hospitalized in Maine

31 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Valerie Harper Rushed to Hospital Before Theater Performance: Reports.

In a statement obtained by the Associated Press Thursday, Ogunquit Playhouse executive artistic director Bradford Kenney reported that the four-time Emmy winner was “resting comfortably and will remain in the hospital for observation for the time being.” He did add that Harper was feeling better. LOS ANGELES ( — Actress Valerie Harper, best known for her role on TV’s “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spin-off, “Rhoda”, has been hospitalized after falling ill before a performance.

The fire department found Harper, 75, unconscious Wednesday night at her show Nice Work If You Can Get It in Ogunquit, Maine, according to Entertainment Tonight. “Valerie Harper was taken to a local hospital as a precaution before her July 29 evening performance of Nice Work If You Can Get It, at the Ogunquit Playhouse, after reporting that she was not feeling well,” Branford T. The audiences and all of us here at the Playhouse are greatly enjoying our time with Valerie here in Ogunquit, and we are encouraged that she is feeling better.” “When I wake up in the morning I don’t say, ‘Oh, I have cancer.’ I say ‘Another day.

Shortly after, about 9:40 p.m., the artistic director announced to the audience that the ambulance seen on the side of the lawn was for Harper and that she had fallen ill and would not be performing, ET’s anchor and correspondent, Ron Corning, stated. “In a way, it’s a positive thing to know that a year’s gone by and it’s nowhere else in my body,” Harper told ET in April after reports indicated she was “cured” of the cancer. “So I am cancer free from the neck down, so far.” That I’m absolutely – I don’t want to, my God, I want to live to be 102,” she said. “But I am not banking on anything, really, because we shouldn’t.

Here you can write a commentary on the recording "Valerie Harper hospitalized in Maine".

* Required fields
All the reviews are moderated.
Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts

About this site