Brendan had to have surgery for a partial knee replacement, a few surgeries on her back and even on his vocal cords
Brendan Fraser. Photo: Getty
Once Brendan Fraser was the star of action movies and, thanks to “the Mummy”, almost new Indiana Jones – and the actor then disappeared from the radar, got fat, started to be interrupted by casual roles. As it turns out, those who allowed themselves to mock the ex-star was wrong, Brendan was more than a good reason to permanently say goodbye to Hollywood. The actor said that, if you are doing stunts on the set, napoluchala many injuries he’s had 7 years to spend in the hospitals doing one operation after another.
“I’m too much tried and eventually destroyed his body. By the time we started shooting the third “Mummy” in China, my body kept the tape and ice,” recalls the actor. “In the end, it took me a laminectomy, and a year later had to repeat it”.
In addition to laminectomy (a surgical procedure designed to decompress the spinal cord by removing a small section of the vertebra) Brendan needed surgery for a partial knee replacement, a few surgeries on her back and even on his vocal cords. Of course, spending so much time in hospitals after surgery, normal work Fraser could not – that’s why he’s a few years altogether disappeared from the screen and only in 2015 is back to begin to act in serials. In March, Brendan together with Donald Sutherland and Hilary swank can be seen in the new mini-series “Trust”.