Kathleen Turner, the renowned actress, is in our thoughts and prayers.

Kathleen Turner, an actress, has received two Golden Globe nominations and two medals for her distinctive voice. Behind the scenes, Turner was suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, a persistent autoimmune ailment. The diva struggled in silence for the duration of her career; it wasn’t until 2018 that she finally opened up about the severity of her health troubles.

Aside from the excruciating pain of her rheumatoid arthritis, the actress’s medication had significant adverse effects, including making her brain “fuzzy.” Turner, 67, admitted that it was “difficult to understand the level of pain that [her] disease brings,” despite having achieved incredible career highlights such as co-starring with Michael Douglas in the Netflix drama The Kominsky Method and providing the voice of Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.