His hair may be short and wispy, but it is a welcome sign Michael C hall is on the road to recovery.
After finishing a course of chemotherapy last month the Dexter star is now in remission from Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a cancer that attacks the lymphatic system.
He announced he was suffering from the disease in January, after he wore a beanie cap to cover his bald head as he collected a gong at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Road to recovery: After finishing his course of chemotherapy last month Michael C Hall’s hair has begun to regrow
Last month Hall told Us Weekly: ‘I’m great on the health front. I’ve had my second to last treatment and there’s one more to go on March 17.’
Speaking in January Hall thanked people for their support.
‘I’ve been feeling very well because I made this announcement,’ he said.
‘Because of these public events, I’ve heard from people I would have not have heard from otherwise.’
Much better: The Dexter star says he is in remission from Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Stricken: Hall hid his bald head under a beanie in January
David Zayas, who plays Angel Batista on the series, told U.S. show On the Red Carpet that his co-star was doing well.
‘He’s excellent,’ he said. ‘He’s in remission and he’s ready to go in June.
‘Michael is just a trooper and he’s a great actor and I’m so glad that he’s okay now.
‘And he stays healthy.’
The cancer has a high survival rate if detected early.
Dexter, which is about a serial killer who works for the Miami police, has attracted record-breaking TV audiences in the U.S.
The Showtime channel has now commissioned a fifth series which will start in the U.S. in September.
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