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Gary Coleman, Child Star of Different Strokes, Taken to Hospital but Stable
The much-traveled and diminutive actor Gary Coleman was taken to the hospital but is said to be alright. No reason has been given.
Josh Grossberg and Lindsay Miller have written an article titled "Gary Coleman OK After Being Rushed to Hospital" and posted it on E Online.
An ambulance was dispatched for Coleman, and while they would not identify him, his agent did.
While Coleman has had two kidney transplants, his agent further said there was nothing to worry about.
The cast of "Different Strokes" was a group of people that has had a lot of tragedy.
As for Coleman, he has had a ton of problems all the way from financial distress including bankruptcy and divorce as well as accidents and the famous "bowling alley brawl."
His older brother "Willis" was played by Todd Bridges. Bridges had a cocaine addiction at one time and had a couple of legal altercations with weapons.
Another "child-star" from "Different Strokes" was Dana Plato.
Plato was given up for adoption at a very early age. After stardom in "Different Strokes," she went on to "B" movies and even some modest porn. She was dead by 1999 under questionable circumstances which we will leave for another day.
Suffice it to say she had a terrible life.
As far as Gary Coleman goes, it is hard to know if perhaps this was another way to get into the spotlight although it would seem not, especially with his kidney history.
My wife and I did not miss "Different Strokes simply because of its excellent presentation and of course, Coleman's antics. The show was on for eight seasons.
After "Different Strokes" went off the air in 1986 you could see Gary Coleman on shows such as "Married...with Children." And, further he would show up in other programs always capitalizing on his "What you talking about Willis?"
No matter what the circumstances I am glad Gary Coleman is alright. He has certainly had a lot of pain in his life.