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September 14, 2009

Patrick Swayze Dead at 57

Patrick Swayze Dead at 57

Patrick Swayze is dead at the age of 57. Swayze has died after a two-year battle with pancreatic cancer. His publicist, Annett Wolf, says the actor died with family at his side.

His 1987 performance in Dirty Dancing thrust him into the spotlight and his role in the 1990 film Ghost cemented him in film history. Most recently, he starred in the A&E series called The Beast which got positive reviews but Swayze had to stop filming as his cancer progressed.

R.I.P. Patrick Swayze.


April 16, 2009

Patrick Swayze Still Battling For His Life


Patrick Swayze has been in a battle for his life against pancreatic cancer. He was spotted recently at a gas station in Los Angeles barely looking like himself.

The 56-year-old is planning to make an appearance at the 4th Annual Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival coming up on April 23rd where his film “Jump” is scheduled to open the festivities. His rep has said, "He told me he was looking for a good dramatic role and his mannerisms seemed perfect for this character. He told me, 'I'm not dead yet. I will be there.'"

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January 08, 2009

Barbara Walters Special - Patrick Swayze: The Truth

Patrick Swayze and his wife Lisa Niemi sat down with Barbara Walters for an exclusive interview last night Entitled Barbara Walters Special-Patrick Swayze: The Truth.

Talking about his battle with pancreatic cancer he tells Barbara “You can bet that I’m going through hell and I’ve only seen the beginning of it. There’s a lot of fear here, there’s a lot of stuff going on. Yeah, I’m angry. Yeah, I’m scared.”

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