Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Taylor hospitalized due to symptoms of congestive heart failure

By on Feb 12, 2011 in Entertainment, Hollywood Comments

Updated: March 23, 2011 9:42 p.m.

Read Elizabeth Taylor dies at the age of 79 due to congestive heart failure

Hollywood legendary actress Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Taylor was hospitalized in Los Angeles due to symptoms of congestive heart failure as revealed by her representative on Friday, according to US new sites.

Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Taylor
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Liz Taylor, as she is also known for, was brought to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center this week for treatment of congestive heart failure; Jamie Cadwell, her representative, said.

“This issue is being addressed, and she (Liz Taylor) is currently being kept in the hospital for monitoring.” Cadwell said, in which her spokeswoman, Sally Morrison have also confirmed.

The 78-year old veteran actress was said to have been diagnosed with congestive heart failure back in November 2004, and had an operation in October 2009 when doctors repaired a leaky heart valve.

As of this writing, no announcement has been made as to until when Liz Taylor will be released from the hospital but her family thanked all her supporters and requested to respect their privacy.

Elizabeth Taylor started to be a movie actress at the age of nine, and became the highest paid actress in Hollywood in the 60s, particularly for portraying the title role in the 20th Century Fox’ lavishing film Cleopatra in 1963.

She has appeared in more than 50 films, won Oscar Best Actress awards, and considered as one of the greatest actresses in her time; and known to be a good friend of the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

Liz Taylor married eight times, and two of them with the same man, Richard Burton, whom she was also divorced twice.



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