“Yes, I’m still here”: ex-Navy CIS star Pauley Perrette on her stroke

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Ex-“Navy CIS” star on trauma
Pauley Perrette: “Yes, I’m still here”

A year ago, the American actress, who for many years played the popular character Abby Sciuto in “Navy CIS”, suffered a stroke. She takes this as an opportunity to talk about her current well-being — and numerous other traumas over the course of her life.

Former ‘Navy CISI’ actress Pauley Perrette has given fans an update on her health a year after suffering a stroke. The 53-year-old – who played the popular character Abby Sciuto on the TV series for about 15 years before dropping out in 2018 – explained on Twitter that she was a “survivor.”

In a video she posted on Twitter, she also wrote that it was the anniversary of her stroke: “And I’m still here.” She also explained in the video, “Yeah, I’m still here, again. How many times do I play death? I nearly died of a hair dye allergy. I have food allergies, I survived domestic violence and rape.”

The actress continued: “I was attacked by a crazy homeless person and almost died, and I’m still here. I’m very grateful, especially for all my rescue dogs who are there.”

Perrette is still confident

Perrette added: “A year ago I had a massive stroke. Before that I lost so many loved ones, family and friends, and Dad and then Cousin Wayne.” Yet she was “still so grateful, still so full of faith”.

In “Navy CIS,” Perrette played forensic expert Abby, who not only has a good nose and is tech-savvy, but also speaks sign language in addition to a foreign language. She is also known for wearing Gothic clothing for her work. After leaving Navy CIS, the actress landed a starring role in 2019’s Broke alongside Jaime Camil and Natasha Leggero. The series ran for a 13-episode season in 2020.

(This article was first published on Sunday, September 4, 2022.)

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