How is Tony Dow doing?

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SITCOM star, Tony Dow, is known for his role as Wally Cleaver in the show, Leave It to Beaver.

The 77-year-old was prematurely pronounced dead on July 26, 2022, by his “distraught” wife, Lauren.

Actor Tony Dow is still alive, after being pronounced dead on July 26, 2022, by his wifeGetty Images – Getty

How is Tony Dow doing?

Tony Dow is still alive and breathing while in hospice.

“This is a difficult time,” the actor’s son, Christopher, told Fox. “Yes, he is still alive but in his last hours. Under hospice care.”

On May 5, 2022, Dow and his wife, Lauren, shared heartbreaking news regarding his physical health.

The pair shared that Tony was diagnosed with cancer.

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In a joint social media statement they wrote: “Unfortunately, Tony has once again been diagnosed with cancer.

“He is approaching this reality so bravely, but it is truly heartbreaking.

“We want to thank you in advance for your caring thoughts.”

Back in August 2021, he was briefly hospitalized with pneumonia.

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Why was Tony believed to be deceased?

On July 26, 2022, a statement posted on Tony’s social media indicated that the actor had succumbed to health complications brought on by his cancer.

“”It is with an extremely heavy heart that we share with you the passing of our beloved Tony this morning,” the since-deleted post read.

“Tony was a beautiful soul – kind, compassionate, funny and humble. It was truly a joy to just be around him. His gentle voice and unpretentious manner was immediately comforting and you could not help but love him. The world has lost an amazing human being, but we are all richer for the memories that he has left us.

“From the warm reminiscences of Wally Cleaver to those of us fortunate enough to know him personally – thank you Tony. And thank you for the reflections of a simpler time, the laughter, the friendship and for the feeling that you were a big brother to us all. We will miss you.”

Tony Dow (as Wally Cleaver) in the CBS television situation comedy, Leave It To BeaverGetty Images – Getty

However, according to TMZ, Lauren misinformed Tony’s management team and prematurely shared on his official Facebook account that the actor had passed away.

Lauren told ABC News that she’s been “a little fuzzy” these days, saying she feels “foolish” about what transpired after her husband’s death was reported worldwide.

The actor’s wife said she’s been troubled and grief-stricken about his recent health battle.

What is Tony Dow’s net worth?

Tony’s net worth is estimated to be around $4million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

He is best known for playing Beaver’s older brother Wally Cleaver during the entire TV run of Leave it To Beaver.

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The actor appeared in all 234 episodes of the series.

Dow also starred in shows including:

The Greatest Show on EarthNever Too YoungMy Three SonsDr Kildare and Lassie

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