Teri Garr — the comedic actress identified for her legendary roles in “Younger Frankenstein,” “Shut Encounters of the Third Form” and “Tootsie” — is within the hospital following a medical emergency … TMZ has discovered.
Sources near Teri inform us … an ambulance was referred to as to her San Fernando Valley house round 10:30 AM Monday, and he or she was transported to a neighborhood medical middle.
We’re advised she might have suffered a stroke, however we have now not been in a position to affirm that at the moment.
Garr has a historical past of great well being points. She was identified with a number of sclerosis in 1999 after years of coping with signs of the illness and suffered a mind aneurysm in December 2006 that left her in a coma for weeks.
Teri made a get bettery although and was in a position to return to performing till she retired in 2011.
Garr has over 140 movie and tv credit over the span of her profession in addition to one Academy Award nomination for Finest Supporting Actress for “Tootsie” in 1982. Garr additionally educated extensively in ballet.