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Ruth Buzzi Suffered Several Strokes, Says Husband

Ruth Buzzi’s husband claims that the comedian has had a string of strokes and is now “bedridden and disabled.”

Buzzi’s 1978 husband, Karl Perkins, just tweeted a cute birthday photo of the “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In” veteran from last year.

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Her husband shares on Facebook that the star has recently suffered a streak of strokes. He shared a photo where he wrote that the photo was taken a year ago. He also says that the star comedian wanted her fans to know that she is not in much pain and that she also knows her fans have been sending her best wishes in this tough time. Her husband has also shared that she is aware of her surroundings and can still speak and understand conversations. However, these recent strokes have left her bedridden. He says that she remembers her loved ones and her friends, and she smiles while he is reading her fan’s nice comments to her. 

Famous Comedian And Movie Star Ruth Buzzi Suffered Strokes:

Ruth Buzzi’s husband continued sharing that he has been living with an attitude of gratitude for the last 43years married to his best friend and the greatest person he has ever met. 

He also added that the star currently is dealing with a very severe situation. However, she is fighting bravely, and she still has humorous charms from her acting days. She has thanked her fans for being there for her and for the support they have been sending for the last six decades. Her husband ended the letter by saying that whatever happens, the star wanted her fans to know that they have always been loved back. 

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The character she played in the variety show “Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In,” which ran from 1967 to 1973 and earned Buzzi five Emmy nominations, is what made her most famous. Buzzi, who turns 86 on July 24, is most recognized for this performance.

Ruth Buzzi also provided the voice of Mama Bear on “The Berenstain Bears” and Suzie Kabloozie in “Sesame Street” from 1993 until 2006.

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