The 1980s punk singer and actor Hazel O’Connor is recovering after what her family described as a “serious medical event.”
On Sunday O’Connor was found at home in southern France and taken to hospital, she was found to have suffered a bleed on the brain. O’Connor was in a coma for 24 hours, while her treatment was Going on.
Her brother Neil O’Connor wrote in a blog post that since being taken out of the coma on Monday, she has “been showing a lot of progress although, saying that her recovery is going to take a while but she is tough and is responding to stimuli and to treatment. She’s receiving the best of care and I thank the French medical service there for taking such good care of her.”
Neil continued: “I’ve already learned that she’s started to show her usual feistiness.”
Hazel O’Connor is a British singer-songwriter and actress. The daughter of a soldier gained popularity in the early 1980s with her big Hit singles, “Eighth Day”, “D-Days” and “Will You?”
The actress made her debut in Girls Come First in 1975. She also appeared in the film Breaking Glass for which the beautiful actress won the Variety Club of Great Britain Award for ‘Best Film Actor.
She was not only a talented actress but also a marvelous singer. Her songs in the film Breaking Glass were a huge hit, reaching number 5 in the UK Albums Chart.
The actress had made numerous appearances in multiple franchises including Jangles and Fighting Back.
She was also nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music.