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Danny Bonaduce talks about his mysterious illness
In May, the child actor of the former "Partridge Family" was his sister Celia Bonaduce. I shared the Facebook post I wrote. Announced that the actor is addressing health concerns.
On Monday, the 62-year-old shared more insights into the ongoing health journey. He told "Good Morning America" that everything started in April when his wife Amy first noticed that his speech was off. His symptoms got worse.
"I couldn't walk at all," recalled Bonaduce. "I couldn't do anything like that. She looked really nervous. And she said," You're not speaking, you're not speaking English. " rice field.
Danny Bonadus candid about his fight for health became. (Photo courtesy of Bobby Bank / Getty Images)
"He called an ambulance and took me to the hospital where I was hospitalized for the first 5 days. I don't remember much. "
Deciding to figure out what went wrong, Bonaduce took sick leave from a Seattle-based radio show. According to the outlet, he was hospitalized and tested, but the doctor did not get a definitive answer. Bonaduce said he ruled out his stroke.
"I couldn't walk," he said. "I couldn't keep my balance. I was really terribly moody. I was afraid of everything. I was afraid of the stairs for God. I wanted a diagnosis, but I didn't get a diagnosis. "
Outlets shared that Bonaduce returned to work two months later. He has been on the Seattle radio station KZOK since 2011 for the "Danny Bonadus&Sara Morning Show". I hope his experience will take care of the health of others.
Danny Bonaduce is the "Partridge Family". (Photo courtesy of ABC Photo Archives / Disney General Entertainment Content via Getty Images)
"Nothing was said that this would happen," he warned. did. "Take time to think about your health and what you're doing. Be careful."
On Sunday, Bonaduce announced that he would access social media and return to the radio on Monday. Did.
"I can't wait," he captioned his photo with a microphone. "My brain is still a bit blurry, but it didn't stop me, or the people who hire me."
In late May, Bonaduce improved his symptoms on social media. I wrote that I am doing it.
Great news 📣🎉 I'll be back on the radio this Monday. can't wait. My brain is still a bit blurry, but it doesn't stop me, or the people who hire me. pic.twitter.com/YjLiRMWXs6— Danny Bonadus (@TheDoochMan) June 25, 2022
Bonadus Shot It became famous aswho wisely divided Danny Partridge in the "Partridge Family"that aired from 1970 to 1974. This series, which records the humorous adventures of musicians, starred Shirley Jones, David Cassidy, and Susan Dey. Following the success of the
show, Bonaduce was suffering from substance abuse. He is sober now.
In 2017, he wrote about Cassidy, who died of alcoholism-related organ failure at the age of 67 that year.
We wish you good luck. It really makes a lot of sense to me that many of you have reached out. I just wanted to share what his sister posted on Facebook. pic.twitter.com/sU6lzGLZjI— Danny Bonaduce (@TheDoochMan) May 1, 2022
"David Cassidy was a god to me," Bonaduce told The Hollywood Reporterabout his late co-star. He was 20 years old, but to me he was like Elvis Presley, down to the arena full of jumpsuits and fans. According to
Bonaduce, Cassidy contacted him 20 years later and offered help when he was suffering from addiction. He explained that Cassidy invited him to the tour under the clause "drugs, alcohol, smoking, women are prohibited". Cassidy insisted that things would get better.
"They gave me more money than I've ever seen, $ 75,000 a year," Bonaduce recalled. "David told me that the tour would give me a career, and it did."
"But for his own career, David was robbed." Bonaduce looked back. "When he decided he didn't want to be Keith Partridge anymore, he quit the Partridge Family. He wanted to go on tour and be a real rock'n'roll star. It didn't go far. He became the theme song for The Partridge Family, became like David Cassidy, and all the shows were visited by the same thousand fans.
David Cassidy and Danny Bonadus said, "Partridge." I reconnected 20 years after the end of The Partridge Family.(Photo courtesy of Peter Kramer / NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)
"He never lived the life he wanted "Bonadus continued. I was in Europe when he died, but I heard he was surrounded by his family, Shirley Jones, Shaun Cassidy, and Patrick Cassidy. And I heard his last word was "a very wasted time." "
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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