Jerry Lewis Hospital
June 25, 2011 by Post Team
Jerry Lewis Hospital, Jerry Lewis was hospitalized Friday after he was unable to perform at a show in a suburb of Sydney, but his publicist said he was tired and was released just after a couple of hours. The actor’s lawyer of 85 years, comedian and tireless muscular dystrophy research is on a fundraising tour for the Muscular Dystrophy Foundation of Australia. Rooty Hill came to the league returned from the military club where he would perform, but could not get out of the car, said Ian Lowe, general manager of the club.
The foundation said that the Sydney show had been sold. CEO David Jack apologized in a statement, saying that Lewis was not “well enough to go on stage,” without elaborating.
Candi Cazau, publisher of Las Vegas based on Lewis, said he was in the hospital for about three hours before returning to his hotel room, and doctors concluded that he was simply too tired.
“He’s fine from what I understand,” he said. “It was only felt in the time.”
Cazau staff said Lewis was being a bit cautious because Lewis contracted viral meningitis a few years earlier during a previous trip to Australia.
Lewis is president of long-term U.S. Muscular Dystrophy Association, which is independent of the Australian organization, and last month announced he was retiring as host of the Labor Day telethon that bears his name. He has battled a debilitating back, heart and pulmonary fibrosis. He
She said Lewis had a “ridiculous” program in recent months. He has been flying back and forth from Las Vegas to New York, casting for the stage production of “The Nutty Professor,” which intends to debut in January.
“You see, that sounds great – 85 going on 50,” he said.
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