James Doohan on TV Land awards

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  1. Beatlelennon65

    Beatlelennon65 Active Member Thread Starter

    I was watching the TV Land awards and they has some of the Star Trek people on during one segment. James Doohan was on stage with some of the other original cast members and he looked terrible. Did he have a stroke?
     
  2. Evan L

    Evan L Beatologist

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    James Doohan is quite old, about 82 I believe. He was about 50 when he did Star Trek. I agree, he didn't look so great. Barbara Eden, on the other hand, is still VA-VA-VA-VOOM!!!:love:
     
  3. Ken_McAlinden

    Ken_McAlinden MichiGort Staff

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    He just turned 83 this month.

    Regards,
     
  4. Beatlelennon65

    Beatlelennon65 Active Member Thread Starter

    Just talked to one of my friends who runs one of the conventions and he said Doohan had a stroke or series of small strokes back when he did Next Generation. He also said that he didnt look to good the last time he did the conventions. Looks like he has lost some weight, but then again he is 83, so I guess he is doing ok.
    Barbara Feldon looked pretty good too, as did MTM
     
  5. njwiv

    njwiv Forum Resident

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    I was thrilled to see Mr. Doohan on the show. He was reportedly on his death bed a few months ago, but seems to be making a slow recovery.
     
  6. Dean De Furia

    Dean De Furia Active Member

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    Northern NJ
    My Picks for:
    1) Classic Tv Girl that looks better now:
    Marcia Brady

    2) Classic Tv Girl that you can't believe looks like that:
    Gloria Bunker

    Wow, What happened to Sally? Was/is she ill?
     
  7. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    Some age beter than others...it's in the genes.
     
  8. Michael

    Michael I LOVE WIDE S-T-E-R-E-O!

    Bless him...
     
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