Princess Bride Star Cary Elwes Drops A Picture, Sweet Message To Wish Andre The Giant A Happy Birthday
The Princess Bride is one of those movies that nearly everybody loves. Few are willing to go on record to say The Princess Bride isn’t great. A large part of the reason for the love be the film’s absolutely perfect casting. Most of the stars in The Princess Bride were not household names before the film, and in fact, the biggest star, in every sense, Andre the Giant, was the one with the least acting experience.
Duration: 01:07 The Princess Bride star confirmed on Instagram on Monday that he was bitten by a rattlesnake as he shared a photograph of his injured finger. referring to the Rodents Of Unusual Size in The Princess Bride, he wrote in the caption: "Bit not by a ROUS but a rattlesnake.
'I am truly humbled by the outpouring of support': Princess Bride actor Cary Elwes, 59, shares image of bandaged finger after rattlesnake bite as he thanks fans
Princess Bride actor Cary Elwes was bitten by a rattlesnake this weekend The incident took place on Saturday when he was in his backyard in Malibu The bite was so serious the star needed immediate medical attention Elwes had to be airlifted to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center It was added by the site that his friends who came to the actor's aid felt that the poison from the bite was 'life-threatening'
Cary Elwes has had a long and successful career, although he’s most notable for playing Westley in the 1987 classic The Princess Bride. While he’s got a number of projects coming up, the Saw actor recently made headlines after being bitten by a snake and promptly having to be airlifted to the hospital.
Cary Elwes has shared a picture of his injury and thanked emergency services after being bitten by the rattlesnake in California, telling fans he is "recovering well". The Princess Bride star Cary Elwes has been treated in hospital after being bitten by a rattlesnake. The actor, who starred as Westley in the 1987 film, thanked emergency services and shared a photo of his swollen black and blue finger after the incident in California.
‘Recovering well thanks to all these wonderful folks,’ actor told fans on social media The Princess Bride (1987) - Trailer Cary Elwes has shared a graphic picture of his injured hand after he was bitten by a rattlesnake. The actor is best known for starring in 1987’s The Princess Bride as well as his work in the Saw horror film franchise.
The ‘Saw’ and ‘Stranger Things’ actor shared a picture of the injury Cary Elwes has said he’s “recovering well” in hospital after being bitten by a rattlesnake. The actor, known for roles in The Princess Bride and the Saw franchise, shared a picture on Instagram (April 25) thanking staff at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after sustaining the injury over the weekend.
British actor Cary Elwes was reportedly gardening when he was attacked by the snake and was immediately rushed to hospital Princess Bride actor Cary Elwes has been airlifted to the hospital after being bitten by a rattlesnake, according to reports. The 59 year old Britsh actor was said to be in his gardening at his Malibu home in California when the reptile struck.
Jim Carrey beams while attending the Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Family Day event in LA... amid backlash over his conduct at the 1997 MTV Movie Awards after he publicly called out Will Smith for Oscars slap
Jim Carrey attended the Sonic The Hedgehog 2 Family Day event, which was held at the Paramount Pictures Studio Lot in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon. The 60-year-old performer appeared to be making the most of his time at the function, during which he posed for numerous photos with several of his castmates from the soon-to-be-released feature.
Bo’ness-based Wullie Ruffle has recalled a memorable meeting with Hollywood ‘A’ lister Brooke Shields. Shields met Ruffle – who has worked on South Queensferry’s Dalmeny Estate for 37 years, 30 years as golf club secretary – last year during filming of Netflix show ‘A Castle for Christmas’.
A group of dissident French fugitives dodge goose-stepping Gestapo officers in a drama that loses its battle with cliches There is the kernel of a good idea in this second world war drama: a Gestapo officer (Sebastian Roché) in occupied France is invited to a dinner at a Côte d’Azur villa where the serving staff are, unbeknown to him, the rebel radio broadcaster (Cary Elwes), dissidents and Jewish fugitives he has been hunting all along.