A beloved actress was just rushed to the hospital and millions of fans are stunned. The incident is being reported as “an unknown medical emergency” and many are fearing the worst.
Teri Garr was transported “from her San Fernando Valley home around 10:30 am Monday to a local medical center,” said the Daily Mail. The 75-year-old has publicly struggled with multiple sclerosis since 2002.
Garr is best known for her roles in Young Frankenstein with Gene Wilder, Tootsie with Dustin Hoffman, and Close Encounters of the Third Kind with Richard Dreyfuss.
She was even nominated for an Oscar in 1983 for her role as Sandy in Tootsie. Garr has also been a mainstay on television, including shows like M*A*S*H, Friends, Frasier, and ER.
Additional information on Garr’s condition is not currently available, however, the Daily Mail noted that Garr began “noticing symptoms around 1982 while in New York filming Tootsie” related to MS.
“I appreciate life every minute and I count my blessings,” she said in a past interview. Please keep Garr, her family, and her doctors in your prayers as she undergoes this emergency treatment.
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