Her new confidence has come from watching Patrick Swayze bravely battle pancreatic cancer, filming his TV series The Beast and riding his beloved horses up until days before his death last year at 57.“It was not surprising to me that the war he waged on his cancer was so courageous and dignified,” she says.“I always thought I was lucky to have gotten through it.” When asked to appear on Dancing With The Stars last year, Grey had a medical examination and was shocked when doctors found her spinal cord so degenerated that she was close to being in a wheelchair for life.“One slip, one fall, – that’s how close I was to paralysis,” she reveals.Travis’s modeling career turned on when he was spotted by a modeling agency at the gym.Soon after that, he became the first male to ever secure a six-figure deal with ‘Calvin Klein’.
He really embraced life and was all about going for it.” His defiance inspired Grey.
Well, I can’t say if it is good for him or that he just doesn’t want media to know about his personal life.
It looks like he is a closed box in the matter of his relationship status.
It is exactly a year since Swayze died of pancreatic cancer and on the dance floor Grey felt as if his spirit were with her again, and she was overcome with emotion. and then being celebrated as the new big thing just didn’t jibe. My body was never the same, my head was never the same, my ambition was never the same.” Tortured by self doubt and low selfesteem, the actress made a bad decision: in 1989 she had plastic surgery to turn her distinctive curved nose into an aquiline slope. It wasn’t just casting directors who were shocked – even friends did not recognise her.
“It took me back in a time capsule, and I was with Patrick,” she says. “When are you supposed to reclaim the joy that you had as a young person? “I went into the operating room a celebrity and came out anonymous,” she laments.