The 81 year-old English actress describes her condition as "a nuisance."
Actress Prunella Scales and her husband Timothy West have revealed that the Fawlty Towers star is suffering with a condition similar to Alzheimer's. The acting couple have narrated and starred in an upcoming documentary about the canals of Britain, navigating the waterways on a narrowboat and sharing one of their big passions with More 4 viewers.
Prunella & Her Husband Tim West Will Appear In An Upcoming Documentary About Britain's Canals.
West spoke movingly about his wife's condition and how he is already a supporter of Alzheimer's Research UK. "Pru has this condition," the 79 year-old explained. "It's sort of Alzheimer's but it isn't; it's quite mild. "She can't remember things very well, but you don't have to remember things on the canal."
Henry's never meant to be horrid, but that's just what all the adults (and some children) consider him. If there are worms in someone's sandwich or if there's itching powder in your bed, you can bet Henry's the one who's done it.
Continue: Horrid Henry: The Movie Trailer
Prunella Scales and John Cleese Wednesday 6th May 2009 Prunella Scales, John Cleese, Connie Booth and Andrew Sachs attend a press conference to announce the release of two special episodes of 'Fawlty Towers' to commemorate the 30th anniversay of the show, held at the Navy and Militay Club St James' Square London, England
John Cleese and Prunella Scales - John Cleese, Connie Booth, Prunella Scales and Andrew Sachs London, England - Fawlty Towers: Reopened - press launch held the Naval and Military Club. Cast promote upcoming two-part documentary celebrating 30th anniversary of the 70s sitcom. Wednesday 6th May 2009
John Cleese and Prunella Scales - John Cleese, Prunella Scales, Connie Booth and Andrew Sachs London, England - Fawlty Towers: Reopened - press launch held the Naval and Military Club. Cast promote upcoming two-part documentary celebrating 30th anniversary of the 70s sitcom. Wednesday 6th May 2009