John Travolta has sent a message of support to Olivia Newton-John as she battles with breast cancer.Last month the actress publicly revealed that the cancer she had has returned and spread to her back.She made her acting debut in 1955 at age 19 in an episode of Robert Montgomery Presents. From 1958 to 1963, Hyland was a regular on the NBC soap opera Young Doctor Malone, playing Gig Houseman, wife of the younger Dr. She had a continuing role in the prime-time soap opera Peyton Place from 1968 to 1969.Over the next decade she appeared often in guest and supporting roles in various television series, including Naked City, The Eleventh Hour, The Fugitive, The Invaders and The Twilight Zone, before being cast in the feature film The Chase (1966) with Marlon Brando, Jane Fonda, and Robert Redford. She appeared in the 1976 television movie The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, for which she won a posthumous Emmy Award.
Gotterba argues that he was not tied to a confidentiality agreement during his term in the position, which would have prevented him from disclosing the details of “his personal and intimate relationship” with Travolta. "I think that's why it persists, to some degree." Asked whether he found the accusations offensive, he responded: "I found it most offensive with the loss of my son. Sex stuff is always going to be interesting to somebody, but you stay away from family. With that, I always felt like the media - not all of the media, but parts of it - went too low there." Jett Travolta died at 16 after suffering a seizure during a family holiday in the Bahamas in January 2009 - an event the actor described earlier this year as "the worst thing that’s ever happened in my life".We love her and she loves us."The actress first received treatment in 1992 for breast cancer at the age of 43 and underwent a partial mastectomy, chemotherapy and breast reconstruction.Revealing she was to undergo further treatment Newton-John announced in a statement that she was 'reluctantly' postponing her planned June concert tour dates in the US and Canada.In 1959, she originated the role on Broadway of Heavenly Finley in Tennessee Williams' Sweet Bird of Youth, appearing with Geraldine Page and Paul Newman. The following year, she co-starred with Dick Van Patten in the series Eight Is Enough, but appeared in only four episodes prior to her death. She began a romantic relationship with actor John Travolta, 18 years her junior, in 1976 after meeting him on the set of The Boy in the Plastic Bubble.In 1966, she co-starred in the movie Smoky in which she played Julie Richards, owner of the Rockin' R Ranch, who falls in love with Clint Barkeley (Fess Parker), owner of Smokey, a black stallion turned cutting horse. Hyland dated actor Joe Goodson briefly before they were married on April 24, 1969.