Hugh Jackman advises fans to use sunscreen after a possible basal cell carcinoma diagnosis

Hugh Jackman shares another health update!

The Australian actor is known for his roles in blockbuster films including the X-Men franchise. However, his health has also been a worrying issue in recent years due to his battles with skin cancer. In his latest article, he goes back to the importance of sun protection.

From Wolverine to sunscreen advocate: Hugh Jackman shares important health message

The star has been open about his battle with skin cancer since he was first diagnosed with basal cell carcinoma in 2013. Since then, the actor has undergone multiple surgeries to remove cancer cells from his skin.

Following a recent medical exam, the producer announced in a clip via his Instagram page that he is undergoing additional tests. With a bandage on his nose, he explained that he underwent two biopsies and that his doctor saw small patches that could be basal cell carcinoma.

The actor reassured fans, saying, “I’ll find out in two or three days, and as soon as I know, I’ll let you guys know.” Despite it being the least dangerous form of skin cancer, Jackman took the opportunity to reminding his fans of the importance of wearing sunscreen.

Hugh Jackman at the premiere of The Son at the Cinémathèque Française

He urged everyone to prioritize sunscreen over tanning, noting it’s not worth it, pointing the tip of his nose and admitting his sunspots came from overexposure 25 years ago. The 54-year-old adds:

“Put on some sunscreen. You’ll still have an incredible time out there. In order. Please be careful.”

The theater star explained in his caption that he has been open about his skin cancer fears in the past, stating that it didn’t bother him as long as it served as a reminder for people to wear sunscreen.

Fans responded with nothing but love and encouragement for the Golden Globe Award winner, with one person writing: “Praying it’s nothing. Thank you for using your platform to help others. ❤️.”

Another called him brave, adding: “❤️ Take care Legend!” while this user described him as “incredibly humble and aware” despite his A-list celebrity status. They thanked him for realizing that everyone was “in this together.”

A third fan mentioned that they “just booked an appointment with a dermatologist” because of the post. And a fourth thanked Jackman for the reminder and shared his optimism of having his problem “solved quickly and painlessly”!

The “Les Misérables” star is not only an advocate for sun protection, but also for mental health. Having appeared in several acclaimed films, Jackman knows a thing or two about the pressure of delivering a performance. He even spoke about the importance of having a psychiatrist to support mental health while filming The Blast.

In an interview with the BBC, he spoke candidly about how filming The Son has affected his mental health. He revealed that psychiatrists were available on set during filming to provide support and assistance to the cast and crew as needed.

He explained that he had never seen a drill like this, but that having it on set was crucial to the filming process. The Tony Awards winner noted that while part of him thinks it’s up to the individual to take care of their own mental health, it’s a great sign when an employer embraces it in all aspects care for the well-being of its employees.

‘The Greatest Showman’ Star Admits Playing Wolverine Strained His Voice

Last month The Blast announced that the actor shared that his performance as the Marvel character Wolverine had a negative impact on his voice. He admitted that some techniques he used in portraying the character surprised his singing teacher from his drama school days.

Speaking to BBC’s Front RowHis The Music Man star explained: “I did some damage to my voice with Wolverine. My falsetto isn’t as strong as it used to be, and I attribute that directly to the growling and screaming.”

He explained that while he was taught techniques to shout and yell properly, the frequency with which he did it may have caused harm. Luckily, he mentioned that he takes steps to protect his voice, working with a singing teacher and making a conscious effort to prepare vocally and physically for any role he takes on.

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