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Angelina Jolie was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy in 2016, she revealed in a Vanity Fair interview. Bell's Palsy is a temporary condition where half of your face tends to 'droop'. Jolie, in the interview, credited acupuncture for her complete recovery. Bell's Palsy cases usually start recovering in a couple of weeks.
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Sylvester Stallone's classic drawl and grin can be at least partially attributed to reports that he was born with Bell's Palsy due to complications at birth. Mild cases of Bell's Palsy may go away on their own within two weeks but in rare cases residual effects can remain.
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James Bond veteran Pierce Brosnan was diagnosed with Bell's Palsy in the 1980s, in his youth. According to a TV Guide report published in 1984, he went back to shooting with a few cortisone shots with the camera focusing on the left side of his face. The condition went away a few weeks later, the report claims.
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George Clooney is another celeb who had a bout of Bell's Palsy when he was 14. He revealed this in an interview with Larry King in 2006 and said the condition lasted for 9 months.
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Anupam Kher revealed in a media interview that he had a bout of facial paralysis while shooting for the iconic movie 'Hum Aapke Hain Kaun'
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