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Actor Kevin Sorbo was viewed as a pillar of strength as he played the title character in the television series Hercules.  Few people know that during the same period that Sorbo was playing Hercules, in his private life he was battling to manage the fallout of three separate strokes.  As a matter of fact, Sorbo went through arduous therapy in recovery from his strokes to help ensure his full-time return to the world of acting. Kevin Sorbo shared his experiences in this fascinating article in Neurology Now:

http://journals.lww.com/neurologynow/Fulltext/2011/07050/Hidden_Hercules__Actor_Kevin_Sorbo_reveals_his.15.aspx

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