Julie Walters said she felt “like a different person” after recovering from colon cancer.
The actress told Good Morning Britain with Lorraine Kelly that “so far, so good” after she revealed in February that she had been given all-clear.
Bintang Mamma Mia underwent surgery and underwent chemotherapy to treat the condition.
The 70-year-old man said: “It’s been two years in June I had surgery.
“I had a scan in February and that was clear, so, yes, as far as I know everything is fine.”
He added: “Since cancer, I feel like it’s a different person, a person who acts all the time.
“I feel like a different person now. People ask me about work like Mamma Mia and Harry Potter, and things like that, and it feels like someone else is answering, not me. “
In February, Walters told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire program that he first went to the doctor because of indigestion and felt “a little uncomfortable” with stomach pain, heartburn and vomiting.
He was later diagnosed with stage three colon cancer and his large intestine was almost 12 cm (30 cm) removed after doctors discovered two tumors.
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