Celeb Birthdays

first_imgCeleb Birthdays by The Associated Press Posted May 29, 2018 4:30 am PDT Last Updated May 29, 2018 at 5:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email June 3: Singer Ian Hunter is 79. Singer Eddie Holman is 72. Actor Tristan Rogers (“General Hospital,” ”The Young and the Restless”) is 72. Actress Penelope Wilton (“Downton Abbey”) is 72. Bassist Too Slim of Riders in the Sky is 70. Singer Suzi Quatro is 68. Singer Deniece Williams is 68. Singer Dan Hill is 64. Actor Suzie Plakson (“How I Met Your Mother”) is 60. Actor Scott Valentine (“Family Ties”) is 60. Guitarist Kerry King of Slayer is 54. Singer Mike Gordon of Phish is 53. Newsman Anderson Cooper is 51. Country singer Jamie O’Neal is 50. Singers Ariel and Gabriel Hernandez of No Mercy are 47. Actor Vik Sahay (“Chuck”) is 47. Singer Lyfe Jennings is 45. Actress Arianne Zucker (“Days of Our Lives”) is 44. Actress Nikki M. James (“The Good Wife”) is 37. Actor Josh Segarra (“Chicago P.D.”) is 32. Actress Lalaine Dupree (“Lizzie McGuire”) is 31.June 4: Actor Bruce Dern is 82. Singer-actress Michelle Phillips (The Mamas and The Papas) is 74. Jazz saxophonist Anthony Braxton is 73. Bassist Danny Brown of The Fixx is 67. Actor Parker Stevenson is 66. Actor Keith David (“Barbershop”) is 62. Singer El DeBarge is 57. Actor Sean Pertwee (“Gotham”) is 54. Singer Al B. Sure! is 50. Actor Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”) is 50. Ron Huebel (“What To Expect When You’re Expecting”) is 49. Comedian Horatio Sanz (“Saturday Night Live”) is 49. Actor James Callis (“Bridget Jones”) is 47. Actor Noah Wyle (“ER”) is 47. Bassist Stefan Lessard of The Dave Matthews Band is 44. Actor Russell Brand is 43. Actress Angelina Jolie is 43. Actor Theo Rossi (“Sons of Anarchy”) is 43. Bassist JoJo Garza of Los Lonely Boys is 38. Model Bar Refaeli is 33. Drummer Zac Farro (Paramore) is 28.June 5: Country singer Don Reid of the Statler Brothers is 73. Guitarist Fred Stone of Sly and the Family Stone is 71. Singer Laurie Anderson is 71. Country singer Gail Davies is 70. Drummer Nicko McBrain of Iron Maiden is 66. Saxophonist Kenny G is 62. Singer Richard Butler of Psychedelic Furs is 62. Actress Beth Hall (“Mom,” ”Mad Men”) is 60. Actor Jeff Garlin (“The Goldbergs,” ”Curb Your Enthusiasm”) is 56. Actor Ron Livingston (“Sex and the City,” ”The Practice”) is 51. Singer Brian McKnight is 49. Musician Claus Norreen (Aqua) is 48. Actor-singer Mark Wahlberg is 47. Actor Chad Allen (“Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”) is 44. Actress Navi Rawat (“Numb3rs”) is 41. Actress Liza Weil (“How to Get Away With Murder,” ”Gilmore Girls”) is 41. Bassist Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy is 39. Guitarist Seb Lefebvre of Simple Plan is 37. Actress Chelsey Crisp (“Fresh Off The Boat”) is 35. Musician Harrison Mills of Odesza is 29. Actress Sophie Lowe (“Once Upon a Time In Wonderland”) is 28.June 6: Singer-songwriter Gary “U.S.” Bonds is 79. Country singer Joe Stampley is 75. Jazz pianist Monty Alexander is 74. Actor Robert Englund (Freddie Krueger) is 71. Singer Dwight Twilley is 67. Playwright-actor Harvey Fierstein is 66. Actress-comedian Sandra Bernhard is 63. Actress Amanda Pays is 59. Record producer and musician Jimmy Jam (The Time) is 59. Comedian Colin Quinn is 59. Guitarist Steve Vai is 58. Singer-bassist Tom Araya of Slayer is 57. Actor Jason Isaacs (“Harry Potter” films) is 55. Bassist Sean Ysealt (White Zombie) is 52. Actor Max Casella (“Analyze This,” ”Doogie Howser, M.D.”) is 51. Actor Paul Giamatti is 51. Singer Damion Hall of Guy is 50. Bassist Bardi Martin (Candlebox) is 49. Guitarist James “Munky” Shaffer of Korn is 48. Country singer Lisa Brokop is 45. Singer Uncle Kracker is 44. Actress Staci Keanan (“Step By Step,” ”My Two Dads”) is 43. Actress Aubrey Anderson-Emmons (“Modern Family”) is 11.June 7: Singer Tom Jones is 78. Actor Ronald Pickup (“The Crown”) is 78. Actor Ken Osmond (Eddie Haskell on “Leave It To Beaver”) is 75. Talk-show host Jenny Jones is 72. Actor Liam Neeson is 66. Singer-songwriter Johnny Clegg is 65. Actor William Forsythe is 63. Record producer L.A. Reid is 62. Singer-guitarist Gordon Gano of Violent Femmes is 55. Rapper Ecstasy of Whodini is 54. Drummer Eric Kretz of Stone Temple Pilots is 52. Guitarist Dave Navarro is 51. Actor Karl Urban (2009’s “Star Trek”) is 46. TV personality Bear Grylls (“Man Vs. Wild”) is 44. Guitarist-keyboardist Eric Johnson of The Shins is 42. Comedian Bill Hader is 40. Actress Anna Torv (“Fringe”) is 39. Actress Larisa Oleynik (“3rd Rock From The Sun,” ”Boy Meets World) is 37. Actor Michael Cera (“Juno,” ”Arrested Development”) is 30. Rapper Iggy Azalea is 28. Rapper Fetty Wap is 27.June 8: Comedian Jerry Stiller is 91. Actor James Darren is 82. Singer Nancy Sinatra is 78. Singer Chuck Negron (Three Dog Night) is 76. Singer Boz Scaggs is 74. Actress Sonia Braga is 68. Actress Kathy Baker (“Picket Fences”) is 68. Country guitarist Tony Rice is 67. Singer Bonnie Tyler is 67. Actor Griffin Dunne is 63. “Dilbert” cartoonist Scott Adams is 61. Actor-director Keenan Ivory Wayans is 60. Singer Mick Hucknall of Simply Red is 58. Keyboardist Nick Rhodes of Duran Duran is 56. Singer Doris Pearson of Five Star is 52. Actress Julianna Margulies is 51. Actor Dan Futterman (“Judging Amy”) is 51. Actor David Sutcliffe (“Gilmore Girls”) is 49. Singer Nicci Gilbert of Brownstone is 48. Actress Kelli Williams (“The Practice”) is 48. Actor Mark Feuerstein is 47. Guitarist Mike Scheuchzer of MercyMe is 43. Actor Eion Bailey (“Once Upon A Time”) is 42. Rapper Kanye West is 41. Singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson is 40. Guitarist Derek Trucks (Allman Brother Band, Tedeschi Trucks Band) is 39. Singer Alex Band of The Calling is 37. Fiddler Sara Watkins of Nickel Creek is 37. Actress Torrey DeVitto (“Pretty Little Liars”) is 34.June 9: Comedian Jackie Mason is 90. Guitarist Mick Box of Uriah Heep is 71. Actor Michael J. Fox is 57. Actor Johnny Depp is 55. Actress Gloria Reuben (“The Agency,” ”ER”) is 54. Singer-actress Tamela Mann (“Meet the Browns,” ”Medea” films) is 52. Bassist Dean Felber of Hootie and the Blowfish is 51. Bassist Dean Dinning (Toad the Wet Sprocket) is 51. Musician Ed Simons of the Chemical Brothers is 48. Singer Jamie Dailey of Dailey and Vincent is 43. Actress Michaela Conlin (“Bones”) is 40. Actress Natalie Portman is 37. Actress Mae Whitman (“Parenthood,” ”Arrested Development”) is 30. Actor Lucien Laviscount (“Scream Queens”) is 26.last_img read more

Linda Woolley recently passed away after her kidne

first_imgLinda Woolley recently passed away after her kidneys were wrongly removed. Now, her community is coming together to support her family & honor her life. https://t.co/EW6QMBucbC— GoFundMe (@gofundme) February 5, 2019 Share A Colorado woman whose kidneys were wrongfully removed months ago in a needless surgical procedure has died.“Our wild, sassy, and beautiful mother, Linda Woolley, passed away on February 1st,” said the family in an update on GoFundMe. Share this article  LINKEDINPINTERESTREDDITTUMBLRSTUMBLEUPON   Show Discussion Colorado Woman Dies After Surgeons Wrongfully Remove Two Good Kidneys By Tom Ozimek February 5, 2019 Updated: February 5, 2019 Linda Woolley died after the University of Colorado hospital wrongly removed both of her kidneys.(GoFundMe) A hospital was already facing a medical malpractice lawsuit from Linda Woolley after doctors wrongly removed both of her kidneys last May. Now, the case may become a wrongful death suit, after Woolley passed away on Feb. 1. https://t.co/bM9P2TBiOI— WPMT FOX43 (@fox43) February 5, 2019 Family members told KFOR that Woolley’s death may transform the case from a medical malpractice suit into a wrongful death suit. Doctors at the University of Colorado Hospital removed both of Woolley’s kidneys in May of last year, according to KDVR. Woolley told reporters afterward that doctors told her she needed the surgery because she probably had kidney cancer. US News Linda Woolley lost both of her kidneys due to a medical mistake. Now people are stepping up to offer her one of their ownOne day after the Problem Solvers shared Woolley’s story of having both kidneys removed because doctors at the University of… https://t.co/pvBEcrU99B— VIP Kidney Health (@VIPKidney) November 17, 2018  QualityAuto 1080p720p480p360p240pRewind 10 SecondsNext UpLive00:0000:0000:00ChromecastClosed CaptionsSettingsFullscreen  click to watch video Jodi Fournier, Woolley’s older daughter, said her mother would still be alive if her kidneys had not been removed.“Absolutely,” said Fournier, “there’s a few things the kidneys regulate, one of them being potassium. And when you don’t have them (kidneys) you have the dialysis that removes those toxins in your body. Her (potassium) levels were twice what they should’ve been and that ultimately caused the cardiac arrest.”“Our mom had both of her kidneys removed in May of 2018 at the recommendation of the second urologist we consulted,” the family said on GoFundMe. “She had to attend dialysis three times a week because her body was no longer able to produce urine. She’s had countless complications that followed that horrific event—all made more aggravating because she was told after she no longer had her kidneys that she never had kidney cancer.”‘We Are Heartbroken’Woolley went into cardiac arrest and never regained consciousness before passing away.“Our mom went into cardiac arrest on Tuesday (1/29) morning due to complications related to extremely high potassium levels,” the family wrote on GoFundMe. “She was able to be resuscitated at the hospital, was placed on life support, and our entire family gathered and waited for days for her to wake up until we got the news that she would not be waking up.”“Simply said—we are heartbroken.”Heidi Haines, Woolley’s youngest daughter, said that prior to her mother’s death, the family was optimistic for a recovery.“This was completely unexpected. I (Heidi) was actually planning on donating a kidney to my mom this spring, and she was in the process of completing all of the necessary tests and procedures so that she would get the all clear to move forward with the transplant—she had a stress test scheduled for February 9th.”“I thought I was going to be able to fix it,” Haines told KFOR, “and now I won’t get the chance.”Fournier told the station that her mother loved to ride horses.“It hit me really hard that she’s not going to get to ride with me anymore,” she said, according to the report. “I’m really going to miss that. She was so happy when she was riding, she was free.”“Please consider helping out Linda’s loved ones during this difficult time as they navigate this tragedy and move forward in life without her,” the family added. “Donations will go directly to her daughters (Jodi, Sundae, and Heidi) to help with end of life celebration costs and future/past expenses.”In a statement cited by KFOR, the University of Colorado Hospital said, “Our deepest condolences go out to the family and loved ones. We are committed to providing the highest-quality care for our patients. Unfortunately, we are unable to discuss any specific patients because of federal and state laws that protect patients’ privacy.” Follow Tom on Twitter: @OZImekTOM But biopsy reports from March 2018 obtained by KDVR reportedly showed “no evidence of malignancy” and the results were “consistent with a benign process.”“A big mistake,” is how Woolley described the surgery.‘It Robs You of Your Life’After the surgery, she was forced to undergo dialysis treatment three times a week, each treatment lasting about four hours. “My life was totally changed,” Woolley said. “Dialysis is no picnic no matter how used to it you get, it robs you of your life.”She spoke to KFOR reporters in November of last year, saying the hospital had not apologized for the unnecessary procedure and that she was considering suing.“It is terrifying because you have no choice when you go into a hospital. You trust that you’re going to be taken care of,” said Woolley. Woolley shared her story on the program Problem Solvers in November. Investigative reporter Rob Low asked her, “Do you feel like the University of Colorado Hospital owes you an apology?”Woolley responded, “I feel like they owe me a kidney, that’s for sure.”Problem Solvers program staff reached out to the University of Colorado Hospital with questions as to what happened. KDVR reported that a hospital representative emailed a reply saying, “I don’t have any information for you about this.”last_img read more