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Billy Crystal health: 'I just can't remember' - actor, 74, on his deteriorating memory

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READ MORE: High cholesterol: The exercise shown to lower 'bad' cholesterol within weeks - researchDespite ageing and the health complications that may come with it, Crystal is certainly not slowing down his career or thinking about retiring like some of his co-stars may be.

In fact, he finished his speech by saying: "I've been so blessed to work with such amazing people my entire career, which is now in its 50th year. . .

But what's exciting about it is so much more to come, that's what's exciting at this point in my life. "Having just bagged a lead role in the Broadway musical version of his hit film Mr.

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