Danny Bonaduce ishappy.
The "Partridge Family" star shared positive updates about his health after fighting a mysterious illness, being unable to walk and struggling to speak.
"I couldn't walk at all" Bonaduce, 62,was Monday's "Good Morning America" , and his wife Amy Railsback first noticed something serious. I explained that. April.
"She looked really nervous, and she said," You're not speaking, you're not speaking English. "
Motoko's Star Turn Radio DJ took a series of tests for five days while in the hospital. This ruled out his stroke, but did not give a definitive diagnosis.
"I've seen his father have a stroke, and that was the same," he shared. "I couldn't walk. I couldn't keep my balance. I was really in a bad mood. I couldn't remember anything.
" I want a diagnosis "But I didn't get a diagnosis."
Bonaduce tweeted thatwill take a break in April. From his career.
"Some news to share. I'm taking a temporary medical vacation from a radio show," he wrote at the time. "If I know more, I'll share more. I'm still working to get a diagnosis. What I know is that I need time to focus on my health. I'm my own I love my job and I'm talking to you&I'll be back soon. "
He also shared his photo with the caneon Instagramand said," I added the caption "Charlie Chaplin, Willy Wonka, Danny Bonaduce". He joined a club of cool men with canes.
Calm, but previously suffering from material abuse, Bonaduce , Co-sponsored "Danny Bonaduce&Sara Morning Show" at Seattle radio station KZOK since 2011.
At "GMA" on Monday, he said he was able to return to work two months later. Away, he urged his fans to "take time to think about your health and what you are doing."
Bonaduce became famous in the early 70's for playing Danny Partridge on the sitcom "The Partridge Family" starring Shirley Jones, David Cassidy and Susan Dey.