‘Leave It To Beaver’ Star Tony Dow, 77, Alive – Falsely Reported Death
Leave it to the BeaverWally Cleaver’s iconic big brother, by Tony Dowis believed to be still alive after an awkward report earlier said he had passed away. Tony’s management team posted on Facebook on Tuesday, July 26 that the star, 77, has passed away, but the message has since been deleted. Los Angeles reporter George Pennacchio claimed he spoke to Tony’s wife Lauren Dowand now the report has been reviewed.
“Tony Dow is alive,” George posted live on Facebook Tuesday. “I spoke to his wife, Lauren. It’s understandable that she’s been distraught and grieving over what’s been going on with Tony’s health battle over the past few months. He was receiving delicate care at their home, and based on some overnight health problems, Lauren deduced that Tony had passed away with some people close to her and the news quickly spread. . Lauren admits she’s ‘a little fuzzy’ these days – understandably. “
George further explained, saying that Lauren felt bad about misinformation about Tony, who announced through her in a vague Facebook statement in May that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Last week, every Chicago TribuneThe actor’s management team said his condition is deteriorating.
“She told me she now feels ‘stupid’ about what has happened since his death was reported around the world,” George continued in the Facebook post. “She also told me, through her pain, ‘it’s my own business.’ I told her we knew it was a very stressful time and everyone understood the grief. Lauren said she ‘loves and adores’ her husband of 42 years with all her heart. said he made it through, she now understands the misinformation and apologizes for causing an uproar during this challenging time.”
Tony’s Son Christophe Dow reported Fox News that while the actor is still alive, he is in his “last” hours. “This is a difficult time,” he said Fox Newsevery Limit line. “Yes, he is still alive, but in hours ago; under the care of the last person. “
Tony plays the full-blown American elder opposite Wally Jerry Mathers‘petulant Beaver on the classic television sitcom, which ran from 1957 to 1963.