So, the famous Hammer House project has two new presenters, Tommy Walsh and Jackie Joseph. Tommy Walsh is well known to viewers from his previous project - he is the same presenter who was with us on the program "World of Gardeners" and many other projects. He returns to work on television after the program was closed. Of course, everyone saw that Tommy Walsh lost weight after he finished filming. Everyone was very worried about his health. So what happened?
Tommy Walsh is now quite healthy and ready to continue working wonders in gardening. However, a few years ago there was a very serious threat. Tumors on the right side of Tommy's chest were discovered in 2002, and he visited a doctor for an examination. He was diagnosed with cancer.
For Tommy, it was quite a difficult test, because he already had relatives who were diagnosed with the same type of disease. Tommy was concerned to see that many of his relatives were suffering from breast cancer, including his sister, who fell ill at the age of 30, but she was diagnosed in time and achieved complete remission. However, not all relatives were so lucky. One of the presenter's aunts died of breast cancer as a result of her refusal to recognize the condition and refusal of treatment. So Tommy really had something to be wary of.
Another issue was that he still considered breast cancer a purely female disease, but was confident in his safety. This diagnosis came as a shock to him - he began to lose weight and prepare for long-term treatment.
Tommy continued to work in television after the army, starring in the films "Trade in Places" and "Space Invaders". He last appeared on the BBC One series Cowboys and Angels in 2016.
Tommy now lives in Hackney with his wife Marie. They have three grown children, and Tommy is definitely a good father. He received the 2004 Epson Famous Dad of the Year Award along with Jonathan Coleman. And it was also a significant achievement for him.
These days, Tommy regularly speaks on the radio and does charity work. Tommy also supports local training programs, including a project to build an abandoned hat factory in Luton for young engineering students.
So far, Tommy has lost weight, but is apparently healthy. And he himself confirmed that from 2021 he had no signs of the disease. So, if you wanted to know if Tommy Walsh is ill - no, the illnes was left far behind. At the moment, Tommy Walsh does not have cancer.
He returns to television with a new successful show to prove that life after cancer exists, that everything is fine, and he no longer has to worry. He has quite big plans, because, in addition to the show, he has his own business and education, three children, and a wife who has been very supportive of him all this time and was there during the treatment.
These days, Tommy regularly appears on the radio and does charity work. Tommy also supports local training programs, including a project to build an abandoned hat factory in Luton for young engineering apprentices.