The actor revealed that he first experienced the symptoms while promoting “Jurassic World: Dominion” last year.

WASHINGTON — Actor Sam Neill revealed. Interview with The Guardian That he has recently undergone chemotherapy for a type of blood cancer.

“Did I Ever Told You That?”, he writes about the diagnosis in his memoir set to be released next week.

Neil is best known for his role as Alan Grant in the “Jurassic Park” franchise.

Last year, while doing promotion work for “Jurassic World: Dominion,” he first experienced the swelling in the groin. He was diagnosed with stage three angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma, a type of blood cancer, the Guardian reports.

Neal was originally treated with chemotherapy, but when it started to fail, he started taking a new chemotherapy drug that he would take monthly for the rest of his life. Neil said he is now cancer-free, the Guardian reported.

“I can’t pretend she didn’t have her dark moments last year,” she said in an interview to promote the new book. “But those dark moments throw the light into sharp relief, you know, and they make me grateful for every day and so grateful for all my friends. Just happy to be alive.”

Neil rose to prominence with his role in “Jurassic Park,” which he reprized in “Jurassic Park III” and the latest, “Jurassic World: Dominion.” His long resume of other credits includes “Peaky Blinders,” “Hunt for the Wilder People,” “The Piano” and “The Hunt for Red October.”

He was nominated for an Emmy in 1998 for “Merlin” and again in 2016 for narration of “New Zealand: Earth’s Mystical Islands.”

Neal is set to begin work on “Apples Never Fall,” a television adaptation of the best-selling novel that will co-star Annette Bening.

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