Actor Tim Curry 'Doing Very Well' After Major Stroke
(LOS ANGELES) -- Actor Tim Curry is recovering at his Hollywood Hills home after suffering a major stroke.
The British actor, beloved by millions of Rocky Horror Picture Show fans for his role as transvestite Dr. Frank-N-Furtur, has been recovering since having the stroke last July, his agent Marcia Hurwitz tells ABC News.
"He has been going to physical therapy doing very well and still has his great sense of humor," Hurwitz said in an emailed statement Friday. "He thanks everyone for sending good wishes."
Curry, 67, has appeared in numerous other films including Annie and Clue, as well as Broadway shows, perhaps most notably while playing King Arthur in the 2005 production of Spamalot.
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