Justin Bieber To Anupam Kher: Celebs Who Battled Face Paralysis
Justin BieberJustin Bieber on Friday shocked the world when he revealed that he has been diagnosed with a rare condition called Ramsay Hunt syndrome. It has resulted in complete paralysis of one side of his face.
Anupam KherAnupam Kher also battled facial paralysis in 1994 during the shoot of 'Hum Aapke Hai Koun'. Kher was advised 2-months of rest, but he decided to go ahead and play the role of Professor Siddharth Choudhuryin the film.
Angelina JolieAngelina Jolie In a previous interview with Vanity Fair, Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie revealed that she once fought a battle with Bell's palsy and thanked acupuncture for helping her make a full recovery.
George ClooneyGeorge Clooney also struggled with Bell's palsy as a teen. The actor recalled his 'bad time' going through high school with half his face paralysed. It took him nine months to recover from the disease
Pierce BrosnanFormer 'James Bond' star Pierce Brosnan also suffered from Bell's palsy in the 1980s, which affected the right side of his face. He recovered after several weeks of treatment and even shot a film, but only featuring his left side.
Sylvester Stallone'Rambo' star Sylvester Stallone was reportedly born with facial paralysis resulting from birth complications. The residual effects of Bell’s palsy are said to be the reason for his crooked smile and slurred speech.
Katie HolmesActress Katie Holmes was also a victim of facial paralysis. It is believed that the residual effects of Bell’s palsy are responsible for the Dawson’s Creek star's classic smirk.
Apurva AsraniNational award-winning filmmaker Apurva Asrani in 2020, opened up about battling Bell's Palsy. "At the cusp of turning 40, after a stressful fight with a leading actress, I was struck with #BellsPalsy, a form of bilateral facial paralysis," he said in a social media post.
Rick SavageDef Leppard rocker Rick Savage suffered from Bell's palsy in 1994 that caused severe weakening of his facial muscles. The effects of the condition remained visible for years.
Sir Andrew Lloyd WebberMusic composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, best known for his work on 'Cats' and 'Phantom of the Opera' suffered from Bell’s palsy. He revealed that in 2002, he found his face paralysed because of the condition.
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