L. A. — Arnold Schwarzenegger is in excellent spirits as he recovers from center surgical operation in a L. A. sanatorium.
The 70-year-old “Terminator” actor and previous California governor underwent a scheduled procedure to interchange a valve on Thursday. His spokesman Daniel Ketchell says he performed with one in all his vintage motion film catchphrases when he regained consciousness and introduced, “I’m again.”
Ketchell stated Saturday in an electronic mail Schwarzenegger “keeps to be doing rather well, in excellent spirits, and recuperating.”
The pulmonic valve in the beginning used to be installed in 1997 for a congenital center disorder and had to get replaced.
Schwarzenegger had a motorbike crash that left him with a number of damaged ribs in 2001. He had a hip replaced and rotator cuff surgical operation in 2003. He broke his right femur in a snowboarding twist of fate in 2006.