Comedy actor John Cusack and his son talk to the BBC about his battle with cerebral palsys

JOHN CUSACK HAS TALKED TO THE BBC ABOUT HIS CASE OF CELSIUS.

THE COMEDIAN STAR OF THE SHOW THE LAST PUSSY AND THE ROSE OF PODMAR, WHOSE LAST TUESDAY SHOW IS ON HULU, WENT INTO PERSEVERANCY IN JUNE OF 2017. 

He told the BBC that he was diagnosed with cerebral  plasia when he was nine years old and had to relearn how to walk and talk again. 

“I went into rehab and had a few months of really good help with therapy and stuff, but it was pretty traumatic.

I started to feel a bit like I was in a hospital room, so I did have to releay the basics,” Cusacks son said.”

The one thing I did learn was how to talk, so it was a big relief for me to know that it wasn’t just going to be something that I could deal with.”

Cusack was a regular guest on the BBC show and a regular performer on its “Pussey” and “Rose of Podmar” specials.

“I’ve done it for quite a long time.

I’m a funny person.

I’ve been through some pretty horrible things in my life, and I’m still here.””

I just want people to know I’m alright.

I’ve been through some pretty horrible things in my life, and I’m still here.”

Cusacks wife, Jennifer, told the CBC that she’s been “quite positive” since her husband’s diagnosis, and is doing well in recovery.

“When it’s just about his condition, and what’s happened with him, I think we’re all just really happy.

I think he’s doing well, but he’s a little bit on edge, and he needs to get some sleep,” Jennifer Cusacking said.

“He’s getting through it.

We just don’t want him to get too stressed about it.”