Well known artist, Tim carry made an exceptional public appearance at the tony awards after suffering a stroke. He won the life achievement award of Tony Awards. Curry also appeared to be in good feelings as he was honored with the fund life achievements award at the Tony Awards Viewing Party in Los Angeles on Sunday.
As our sources informed that in the honor of Tim Curry, the night was celebrating with a performance of different actors. The 69 year old actor, well known for his role as Dr. Frank N Furter in the 1975 cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. He has been doing fine and looking forward when he was receiving the honor.
Meanwhile, at the ceremony the veteran actor arrived in a black suit and was seated in a wheelchair. Tim Curry suffered a stroke nearly that continues to affect his speech; Curry said that his sense of humor has helped him remain happy. He also said it is not hard to continue, it is also just part of my DNA.
This stroke which left him must the use of wheel chair. It is so inspiring to see this Hollywood celebrity stay hopeful about his condition and celebrate such a wonderful career.
Tim firstly go up to fame after showcasing in the London, New York and Los Angeles stage versions of ‘The Rocky Horror Show’ in the early 1970s, before going on to star in the big screen version. His other film credit includes Annie and Home Alone 2. Some of his stage credit includes What About Dick? My Favorite Year and Travesties along with others.
On ceremony, he recalled opening night during his debut of Rocky Horror on Broadway. It was really very exciting, he said. I had to go on the next day and they read the reviews which were awful. That let me down. It was very unkind.
However, he won over the Broadway community in 1981 when he was nominated for a Tony Award for the lead role in the play Amadeus. It was a nice play and a great production.
He also said, It means that it just nature of solidify the kind of work the American acting community has given me for years now. I think I was delighted when they told me and I am thrilled now.
Broadway celebrities Theodore Bikel, Alfred Molina and Joe Morton also received The Actors Fund Lifetime Achievement Award this year. They are also the legends of Hollywood.