Frye was in the hospital for two and a half months, much of it in a medically induced coma. Then they put me in a medically induced coma for a period, and I ended up with pneumonia and something else I can't recall. Frye was unaware of most of what occurred since he was in a coma and had to be informed afterwards. They said I had died but were unsure how long I had been dead for so they decided to re-animate me.
After we got out of the hospital, I stayed with Frye for a while because he was sick himself. But after a few months, I realized that what I wanted to do more than anything else was run wild in the streets with my friends. So I told Frye that I needed to go find some other dogs to play with, and he allowed me to leave.
I ran straight into an old friend of mine named Dyson who was also looking for some fun in the city streets. We have been playing together ever since then.
Don is now married to a beautiful woman named Cindy who knows everything about him thanks to Google. They live in Phoenix, Arizona. I haven't seen any relatives of his yet but maybe someday I will.
"I was aware that I was in pain. I was in a lot of pain I was in a lot of pain, and I was in a lot of agony." To address the issue, the 51-year-old had many procedures, only to develop a brain hemorrhage and be placed in a medically induced coma. "They were cut in half. They stabbed me in the back." The former World Wrestling Federation star says he has no memory of what happened after the event.
Donnie Yen is one of China's most popular actors. He's won several awards for his work in movies such as Fearless and Shadow Fighters. However, not all of his roles are well-received by fans. In fact, there are some who despise him because of his appearance - he has a massive head topped with a thick crop of black hair. This makes him look like a cartoon character or a villain from a movie.
In April 2012, Yen was filming a scene on a construction site when something went terribly wrong. The actor was hit in the head with a hammer, causing serious injuries that put him in a coma for three days. When he woke up, he said he felt no pain and continued with his shoot. However, two months later, he died of cardiac arrest caused by a severe brain injury.
Chinese media reported that during the accident, one of the cameras set up on the construction site caught part of the incident. These photos have been used in various articles about the death, but they're also the source of much controversy.
1995 Fry made global news in 1995 when he unexpectedly left his role in a play in the middle of its run in London and vanished into Belgium. He was diagnosed with bipolar illness following the incident. The diagnosis came too late to save Fry's career, but it has never stopped him from commenting on the industry that destroyed his own.
Fry went missing while on vacation with his family at the time. They had traveled to Europe for some peace and quiet. When they returned home, everything seemed fine until they went to visit Stephen with his friends. His parents were worried about him because he had gone off by himself without telling them where he was going. Then one day they received a call from a neighbor who said that she had seen Fry walking down the street wearing nothing but a towel. She thought he was an alien at first because of his pale skin color.
Fry's disappearance created a lot of media attention and helped spread awareness about mental illness. A few months later, he appeared on television again to announce that he was doing weekly podcasts. This is how we all know him today: he is one of the most popular comedy actors in the world who has been acting since 1995.
He has also hosted several TV shows including "The Secret Life of...", "Junk Food Nation", and "How To Start A Fire".
Fry is the only one who can stop them because of his immunity. The Brainspawn inform Fry about an incident that occurred on December 31, 1999, the night he was frozen (seen in "Space Pilot 3000"). Fry is angry to discover that Nibbler threw him inside the cryogenic chamber and sent him to the year 3000. When Fry wakes up, he finds out that this was all a dream caused by the consumption of too many hot dogs.
In reality, this happened at the end of 1999. On New Year's Eve, a group of scientists working for Ivo Robotnik were preparing to test their new experimental freezer, which would have killed anyone inside it instantly. Before they could do so, however, they were attacked by Mobians outside their laboratory. In the battle that followed, several scientists were killed, including Dr. Brand, who had been in charge of the project. To protect themselves, the others sealed the doors to the lab and abandoned it. Using robots designed by Dr. Brand as models, they then built their own freezing unit and placed Fry inside it. This is why he has a mark on his hand to show where they put him through the door.
When the scientists awoke in the future, they decided to keep Fry frozen until global warming destroyed Earth's climate and created a new planet called "Mega-Warthog".
Death. A fan brought Hite a vial of heroin on April 5, 1981, during a break between acts at The Palomino Club in North Hollywood. He snorted it and went into a coma, following which others tried and failed to resuscitate him with a massive amount of cocaine. He died at 4:50 AM the next morning.
He was 42 years old.
Canned Heat were one of the first bands I ever saw live. I must have been 13 or 14 at the time. It was such an incredible experience being part of that crowd with everyone singing along to "Can't Get Over You Baby". After the show my dad took me by the record store so I could pick out some CCR for myself but instead we walked up to the counter and bought the whole catalogue. We listened to them all the way home on the bus where I fell asleep listening to "On Top Of Old Smoky". My parents didn't know what kind of music they were, they just knew there was something special about them and that I needed to hear more. When I got older I started collecting Canned Heat albums and I still have all of them today. Even now, after all these years, when I hear their songs they still sound as good as they did back then. That's how important this band is to me.