The 66-year-old actor - best known for playing Mickey Pearce in the hit BBC sitcom - recently revealed he had been diagnosed with a second cancer that had entered his lymphatic system.
Murray told The Sun: “It has been absolute agony, murder. Every time I put my weight on my legs and hips I’m screaming in my head as I’m trying to walk."
The actor revealed he started to use a wheelchair when going out shopping with his wife.
He admitted: “I’ve been putting off getting a wheelchair because I thought I wasn’t ready for it yet. It’s just not a nice thing to leave behind.
“But I’ve had radiology treatment which is starting to work.
“The pain is getting less, which is fantastic. I should be able to walk again soon.”
Then in January 2023 he revealed he had received a second cancer diagnosis and had had a tumour and half of his liver removed.
And on 24 April he tweeted: “Despite all the wonderful efforts by the medical and nursing teams at Medway, Guys and Kings College hospitals, the lung cancer has returned.
“I thought I had a painful groin strain a couple of months ago, unfortunately that turned out to be the cancer getting into my pelvis and leg bones. It has also entered my lymphatic system.”
The actor played the character Mickey, who was a friend of the Trotter brothers Rodney and Del Boy, in several episodes of the much-loved sitcom between 1983 and 2003.
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