Dexter’s Michael C. Hall diagnosed with cancer

michael_c_hallMichael C. Hall, the hero of the series Dexter, has been diagnosed with cancer. Us magazine reported this week that the actor’s cancer was discovered at a stage where a cure is possible, and is now receiving treatments for Hodgkin’s lymphoma at  a Los Angeles hospital. According to Hall’s rep, Craig Bankey, the disease is in remission and Hall is following treatment as planned. The illness won’t stop the actor from attending the Golden Globes on Sunday (January 17). He plans to show up with his Dexter co-star/wife, Jennifer Carpenter. Hall is nominated for his role as Dexter Morgan in the popular series. He’ll begin filming the fifth season later this year. ~Patricia Gougeon

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  1. Nancy • January 15, 2010 @ 12:20 AM

    Hope all goes well. Glad it is curable.

  2. Jo-Anne • January 15, 2010 @ 1:19 AM

    I am really happy to hear it is in remission, but I am sure he went through quite an ordeal over the months since being diagnosed…

  3. Laura Hansen • January 15, 2010 @ 12:05 PM

    He’s such a great actor. I hope his treatment goes well and we’ll see him act for many many more years.

  4. Amy • January 15, 2010 @ 1:33 PM

    I love the show Dexter, it is soooo good. Very glad they caught the cancer in time. Thank God.

  5. Joey • January 15, 2010 @ 3:37 PM

    Terrible news! But as well very good it is in remission. One of my absolute favorite shows ever! I hope he takes the golden globe!

    love ya dexter

    Joey

  6. mandee • January 15, 2010 @ 3:53 PM

    i love michael c hall! i hope he has a full recovery, this news made me sad 🙁

  7. Dave • January 15, 2010 @ 6:08 PM

    Its a real kick in the head when you’re diagnosed with Hodgkins or any cancer. I am a survivor and after going through hell with the treatments I have been in remission for over 16yrs. Follow the regiment, its no picknick but it is manageable and you can beat it. I am witness to that fact. ..I can’t say for sure natural methods work but I took anything and everything…available…it can’t hurt to strengthen your immune system to combat the chemo & radiation. Stay positive and stay strong. Your show is great …best regards…

    Dave
    Toronto, Canada

  8. Rita • January 16, 2010 @ 1:25 PM

    Yes, Dave is absolutely Right. You will beat this disease. At least it seems so. THE most Important thing is Stay Positive above all else. I’ve never heard of advise like this but I’ve learned it: but keep your emotions at an even tempo/keel. Neither too much laughter nor not enough(keep them on an even level most of the time according to How You Feel). For example, Don’t rent a movie that will make you laugh too much throughout and DON’T rent one that is too dramatic! Nowadays thats hard to do, so maybe rent ones from the past. Not too hilariouus and not too boring/too much action….

  9. Jo-Anne • January 16, 2010 @ 9:21 PM

    dave, it’s always reassuring to hear from people like yourself who have battled cancer successfully and enjoyed many years beyond that. My heart goes out to you and to anyone who has suffered both the disease and the treatments. I can’t even imagine the ordeal you have all experienced. I have a friend who went through Hodgkins about 10 years back, beat it, suffered a setback and beat it again. Good luck to you and may you enjoy many more years in best of health.

  10. mandee • January 17, 2010 @ 5:16 AM

    jo, very heartfelt, sensitive comment. i wish i could have worded something that good.

    wish you all the best of luck with your health!

  11. Jo-Anne • January 17, 2010 @ 7:05 AM

    mandee, you can and do! thanks! I hope your health is looking up too, I know 2009 was a rough year for you, take care

  12. mandee • January 18, 2010 @ 7:26 AM

    thanks for the comment jo! everythings actually GREAT !! i was tested for liver disease (had some things off when they did blood work and stuff after surgery) they took 10 vials of blood, i had to wait 2 months for the results. they just came in, everythings back to normal, no disease, no problems im healthy and well 😀 hope everything is well with your health and family. thanks for the concern! oh sheesh, is that considered me “whining” because i told you what they thought was wrong with me and then because i told you it turns out im actually healthy and the weird blood results were simply because my body hadnt healed yet from surgery? hmmm, lemme know what you think jo.

  13. Jo-Anne • January 18, 2010 @ 11:44 AM

    mandee, I am very happy to hear your tests went so well, keep me posted!

    also, Michael C. Hall was amazing last night on the awards show, very gracious acceptance speech and was thrilled to see he won! Good job!

  14. mandee • January 18, 2010 @ 2:20 PM

    i never saw it, im glad he won as well. hes amazing, i also like his wife (the one who plays deb) i think they are both talented and they make the entire hour of dexter worth every minute.

  15. Jo-Anne • January 18, 2010 @ 3:07 PM

    I love Dex, the characters and the show as well. I think the writing is brilliant and Hall a class act all the way…

    have a great day mandee!

  16. mandee • January 20, 2010 @ 1:27 AM

    anyways, hope everyone is well. im heading off for bed. gonna find out tomorrow morning what day these teeth will be out 😀 cant wait! take care everyone.

  17. mandee • January 20, 2010 @ 2:00 PM

    haha have to wait 8-10 weeks for the board of health to OK it for them to take my teeth out. guess youre stuck with me (and my teeth) for a while yet nancy ! 🙂

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