Kurt Russell needs our prayers

One of the best actors in America is Kurt Vogel Russell. At age 12, he appeared in a western series on television for the first time. For his performance in Mike Nichols’ Silkwood (1983), Russell was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture.

The Massachusetts town of Springfield is where Russell was born. Bing, his father, was a performer as well. Louise Julia Russell, a ballerina, is his mother.

The Globe claims that Kurt Russell suffers from a deadly flesh-eating sickness.

PJS, which has been related to intestinal cancer, is likely to be the origin of the unattractive sores that the 65-year-old Hateful Eight actor has been spotted with behind his lower lip.

According to Cancer.Net, those with PJS have a 93% lifetime risk of getting cancer.

Dr. Stuart Fischer described Kurt’s lesions as “precancerous lesions that can become aggressive and dangerous if not treated quickly and effectively.”

Immunologist Dr. Gabe Mirkin, a resident of Maryland, concurs that Kurt “needs rapid diagnostics.” PJS, in his opinion, is equally to blame for the sores. Therapy must begin as soon as feasible for him.

The Hall of Great Western Performers in Oklahoma City was scheduled to induct Kurt in October. His name is already written there in the Hall Of Fame.

Kurt is unable to attend due to a “unexpected medical crisis,” though.

The actor claimed in a statement that he need surgery, which his doctor said could not be put off. According to The Oklahoman, he will have hip surgery.

Even though Kurt’s name is already on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, he was supposed to be inducted into the Oklahoma City-based Hall of Great Western Performers.

Kurt is unable to attend due to a “unexpected medical crisis,” though. The 64-year-old actor was seen in New Orleans with cuts and bruises on his face and arms.