By Bill Hoffman. As this photo shows, the scrappy TV personality has to struggle to move his body, and his efforts are full of aches and pains as he attempts to get back to a normal and active life. So what if they shot me sitting in a wheelchair? Just how much Clark has recovered since the stroke that felled him in early December has been cloaked in mystery as he has remained reclusive and said very little. But as these photos snapped on Dec. He was walking. This is really old news.
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Clark, who died Wednesday at age 82, could have simply disappeared from public life after a stroke all-but robbed him of the power of speech eight years ago. But Clark bravely fought back to regain his ability to make himself heard and return to his perch in Times Square, counting us down — sometimes haltingly — into an annual rebirth. He returned to ring in — a performance both rousing and uncomfortable as he struggled to keep up with the countdown. Some critics — and, no doubt, many longtime fans — cringed. But he became an inspiration to stroke victims and offered a defiant answer to a youth culture — one he helped create — that favors beauty and flawlessness over not-always-pretty reality. He showed up year after year, impeccably clad in a tuxedo, glimmers of his once preternaturally boyish face shining through occasionally as he soldiered through his on-camera stints. Still, his voice seemed to get stronger with each passing post-stroke year, with his final countdown emerging as perhaps his finest. Dick Clark made no such claim on the big day, grooming Ryan Seacrest as his replacement.
Clark died Wednesday at age 82, suffering a massive heart attack after a medical procedure. He had had a debilitating stroke in and had to learn to walk and talk again -- often with difficulty. But he was back in , alongside his appointed heir apparent, Ryan Seacrest. Most recently, he helped the nation usher in , as seen above. Many of those stroke victims grapple with depression and become withdrawn because they feel self-conscious about the lingering side effects, experts said. All too often, stroke victims -- particularly celebrities -- shrink back from life and become isolated. They fear that people will think their mental capacities have been diminished along with their ability to speak normally, or that others will become impatient and annoyed with them. You can go on from this.
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