Sinbad needs his fans’ help and support.
The 66-year-old comedian’s family shared a photo of him re-learning to walk in physical therapy, two years after he suffered an ischemic stroke, sharing an update on his recovery and a donation page for supporters who want to help contribute to his medical expenses.
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Sinbad’s Family Says He’s “Fighting for Every Inch” as He Learns to Walk Again After Stroke | PEOPLE