Academy-award winner Jeff Bridges, identified for his position within the 1998 movie “The Massive Lebowski,” has been identified with lymphoma, the actor introduced on Monday night.
Bridges used the signature voice of his character The Dude from the cult-classic movie to reveal his situation, tweeting: “Because the Dude would say.. New S**T has come to mild.”
Bridges, 70, mentioned he’s beginning remedy for the situation and that the “prognosis is sweet.”
The actor is a seven-time Oscar nominee, profitable the award in 2010 for his position as a rustic musician in “Loopy Coronary heart”.
A veteran of the trade and from a outstanding Hollywood household, Bridges is thought for his laid-back persona and has acted in critically acclaimed films comparable to “Starman,” “Thunderbolt and Lightfoot,” “The Fisher King” and the Coen brothers’ remake of “True Grit.” He has additionally appeared in commercially profitable movies like the primary installment of the Marvel franchise “Iron Man.”
The actor thanked his well-wishers and promised to maintain everybody posted on his restoration.