Academy-award winner Jeff Bridges opened up on Monday about his brutal battle with the coronavirus and lymphoma.
In a handwritten note on his website, the Hollywood icon revealed that his 9-inch x 12-inch mass shrunk to the size of a “marble” thanks to all his treatments.
The “Big Lebowski” star revealed his diagnosis in October 2020.
Bridges shared that the chemotherapy severely weakened him at the worst possible time as he and his wife contracted the deadly virus.
The actor added that he spent five weeks in the hospital due to all his health issues.
Bridges noted that he is doubled vaccinated and feeling much better now, but still experienced moments of tremendous pain.
He added that he is nearly done with oxygen assistance thanks to his grit and medical team, adding he was able to both walk his daughter Hayley down the aisle for her wedding and dance with her without any assistance.
Bridges also expressed his excitement about resuming production on his Hulu series, “The Old Man“.