The “Scoobydoo” actor was diagnosed with Stage IV Hodgkin’s lymphoma last year, and was initially put on a radiation regimen but was allowed to return to the film world as a guest star in the rebooted “Spirits” and a cameo in “Spartacus: Gods and Kings” next year.
“SCooby” and the “Sci Fi” franchise have become a huge draw for the actor, who played one of the original Scooby-Doo characters, Scooby Snacks, for more than 25 years.
The actor, 40, said he had been battling the disease for years.
“I’ve had it for two years now, and it’s really good to have it finally gone away,” he told Entertainment Weekly.
“It’s been a lot of work, but I’m finally at a point where I can start looking at the positive side of it.
Just having a walk and just being in the world and just having a little time with your family and just a little quiet time is a lot better than a lot going through a hospital. “
But when you’re facing cancer, it’s always good to just go for a walk.
While Charles was on the mend, a lot more people noticed his return to acting. “
And the thing is, I’ve done that and I feel so much better and more focused.”
While Charles was on the mend, a lot more people noticed his return to acting.
“People started getting in touch and I got messages from my fans, who were just saying ‘Oh my God, it was amazing seeing you again,'” Charles told EW.
“So I feel really blessed.
It was a lot harder to keep myself on top of everything.
So, I think that’s the best thing that’s happened.” “
You can’t just get up in the morning and be doing the same things you did when you were sick, because there are so many things you can do to be more efficient and more productive, and you can also do things that are less stressful.
So, I think that’s the best thing that’s happened.”
“SCOOBY DOONIES” RETURNS NEXT YEAR ON VICELAND On Feb. 16, the “SNL” cast will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Scooby Doos cartoon in its second season.
Charles will be one of several “Skeet” and “Spooky” characters who will make their “SNR” debuts.
He will be joined by actor Josh Groban and actress Emma Watson, who will be joining Charles on the premiere episode.
“SNF” STAR JASON BORING RETURNING TO TV After his first stint on “The Simpsons,” Boring will appear in a new series of “The Voice.”
Boring has been appearing in several different comedy shows, including “The Nightly Show” and Netflix’s “MTV Unplugged,” and will be back for the third season of “Skeptical Science.”
He also will appear as the voice of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” in the upcoming “Sherlock Holmes” TV series, which he will direct.
The “Doctor Who” series will be a new spinoff series with a new cast, with Tom Baker returning as Time Lord, and John Hurt as the new Dark Knight.
Boring said he has been asked to return for the show.
“That was a big one for me, and I’m super excited,” he said.
“There’s a really good sense of wonder and a really smart and talented team.
“HOSTILITIES” RETROSPECTIVE PODCAST The show’s revival is set to air on March 18. “
The show has a really strong sense of humor, and the tone is a little bit different than what I was used to doing, and that’s really exciting.”
“HOSTILITIES” RETROSPECTIVE PODCAST The show’s revival is set to air on March 18.
“Hostiles” star Kevin Hart is expected to return as the title character.
Hart was diagnosed earlier this year with Stage III Hodgkin lymphoma.
“This is the first time in my career I’ve been able to say ‘I’m OK’ and have a complete life,” he tweeted on Monday.
Thank you to all of the fans and everyone who has stuck with me.
#hope #love #family #familyhugs.”
“Hostile Takeover” stars John Travolta and Kristen Schaal will also return for a third season.
Travoltsa told EW that he has “a lot of faith in the show and in the people who have been involved.”
Schaal, who also recently underwent a mastectomy, said she is “absolutely thrilled to be returning.”
“I love the show, I love my characters, and we have a really great chemistry,” she told EW in an interview.
“We’re so close and so much fun together.
I can’t wait for people to