It’s too late for Leonard Nimoy, but he wants his fans to know that they should quit smoking now. The 82-year-old actor, who’s played the iconic role of Spock in “Star Trek” TV shows and movies since 1966, has revealed that he has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease from his days as a smoker.
You may know that Leonard Nimoy recently “adopted” his twitter followers as his grandkids. My grandfather died of lung cancer. My grandmother had emphysema for over half her life.
It’s been a while since I was annoying to friends and acquaintances about smoking. They don’t want to hear it from me. Maybe they’ll listen to Spock?
Leonard Nimoy sads smoking lung disease spock