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.
John Travolta is an American actor, producer, dancer, and singer.Travolta was first known in the 1970s, after appearing on the television series Welcome Back, Kotter and starring in the box office success Saturday Night Fever and Grease. His father Salvatore Travolta was a semi-professional American Football player and also a tire salesman and partner in a tire company.He was in a relationship with actress Diana Hyland from (1976-1977), he met her while filming The Boy In The Plastic Bubble. Travolta married actress Kelly Preston in 1991 and had three children’s name was Jeff, Ella Bleu and Benjamin.In 2009 Travolta’s son, Jeff died at the age of 16 while a Christmas vacation in the Bahamas the cause of death was suffered from Kawasaki Disease.He observed the flight paths of the nearest airports, read books on aviation, and took special interest in Constellations, DC-6s and DC-7s.
Attesting to his early charisma, he persuaded the girls in his neighborhood to don their Brownie uniforms to play flight attendants as he “captained” his backyard airliner. It’s registration number became VH-EBM “City of Launceston”.Travolta parlayed his TV fame into movie stardom, dancing in Saturday Night Fever, singing in Grease, and two-stepping in Urban Cowboy.Travolta's career sank with spectacular duds like Moment by Moment with Lily Tomlin, Two of a Kind with Olivia Newton-John, and Staying Alive, the Sylvester Stallone-directed sequel to Saturday Night Fever.After writing my last blog post about John Travolta’s 707, I became interested in the history of this classic airliner. Ladys & Gentlemen fasten your seatbelts, the history of the John Travolta Boeing 707.His 707-138B was built in 1964, constructed at Boeing Seattle and has Boeing Construction Number 18740 Line 388. Travolta first became enamored of aviation as a child.In a statement to People Magazine, Travolta called on the public to send their best wishes to the star."Olivia has always been an incredible human being and an inspiration to millions of people," he said.