Actress Shannen Doherty, known to Romanians as Brenda from the Beverly Hillbillies series, said in an interview that she is fighting for her life, saying that she does not want to stop existing on this planet now that she is so young.
The actress's skeleton was affected by cancer, news that brought a new wave of pain and anxiety. In June, she announced on Instagram that the disease had returned after it went into remission.
Shannen Doherty, supported by friends from the very beginning
Her tragic journey began in 2015 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, which went into remission after treatment. However, in 2020, he announced that the disease had progressed to stage four with metastases to the brain.
During this long process, the actress was supported by close friends such as Sarah Michelle Gellar, who constantly provided information about Doherty's health. Gellar highlighted the actress's constant struggle and courage in the face of this relentless disease.
In a recent interview with People magazine, Shannen Doherty expressed her desire to continue living and loving, emphasizing that she is not ready to give up her life. “I don't want to die. I didn't end my life. I’m not done with love yet... I’m just not ready, I’m not done yet,” is her heartbreaking message.
Faced with unanswered questions and moments of despair, she said she hopes to take part in clinical trials to benefit from new treatments that could offer hope in her fight against cancer.
Shannen Doherty played Brenda in Beverly Hills
Shannen Marie Doherty is an American actress, best known for her roles as Brenda Walsh in Beverly Hills, 90210 and Prue Halliwell in the TV series Charmed.
Beverly Hills, 90210, commonly referred to as Beverly Hills, is an American teen drama series created by Darren Star and produced by Aaron Spelling through his company Spelling Television. It aired on Fox for ten seasons, premiering from October 4, 1990 to May 17, 2000.
In Romania, the series was originally broadcast on TVR in the 90s. The last seasons were broadcast by Pro TV.
In 2008, Entertainment Weekly ranked it 20th on its list of the 100 best TV shows of the past 25 years.
Also in 2009, the American magazine TV Guide placed 21 episodes of the first season at 91st place in the ranking of the 100 best episodes of feature TV series of the last 30 years.