Actor David Hasselhoff has been reunited with two cancer survivors he first met when they were diagnosed with the disease as children 20 years ago.
The Baywatch star first encountered the two men when they were just kids newly diagnosed with cancer in Vienna, Austria in the early 1990s, as part of his charity work.
He visited them again on Monday (24Jan11) – and was pleased to see how well they’ve recovered from their early-life health scares.
In a video posted on his website, Hasselhoff says, “Here we are at the St. Anna’s Children Hospital in Vienna where I met these children here 20 years ago. We established a foundation called the David Hasselhoff Benefit Foundation for Children with Cancer.
“We started this foundation and these two children survived cancer and they lived. It’s an amazing thing to come back and see this. Miracles happen. It’s incredible.”