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Iconic '90s Comedian Sinbad Learning To Walk Again After Near-Fatal 2020 Stroke

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Sinbad is still fighting to get back to his old self. It was almost exactly two years ago that the comedian (whose real name is David Adkins) suffered a debilitating stroke.

His family released a statement in November of 2020 asking for prayers for their “beloved husband and father”: Now, on Monday, the Adkins family released another statement via a website titled The Journey Forward — and they’re revealing exactly what happened. Related: More Heartbreaking Details On Death Of Power Rangers Star Jason David Frank According to the site’s title page, the actor suffered not one — but two — blood clots: Oh no!

After the then-64-year-old’s second surgery, a brain bleed was discovered by the medical team and he was put back into the ICU: When the comedian finally woke up weeks later, he suffered serious amounts of paralysis across his body: Heartbreaking… The family notes for the next several months after that, Sinbad was moved around to different intense care facilities where he began the recovery process.

Luckily, though, he made “considerable progress” and was even allowed to come home in July 2021 — nine months after he initially had the stroke.

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