He has significantly reduced his weight with the passing of his wife.

Patrick Duffy, who played Bobby Ewing, the most adored character from the American television series Dallas, has since entirely lost all traces of his old self. After the struggles of the previous year, he appeared to have aged nearly instantly.

Despite the fact that it has been more than 25 years since the final Dallas episode was broadcast, Patrick Duffy, the actor who played Bobby Ewing, continues to have a special place in fans’ hearts.

Every time the public sees him, they respond favorably. The American show’s audience may have had a favorite performer in him, not simply because of his attractive appearance but also because of the gentleness of his manner.

Patrick Duffy, who is regarded as a sex icon of the 1980s, attended the recent presentation of the film “Warning shot” at a theater in Beverly Hills, California. The actor was joined during the ceremony by Linda Gray (77), a fellow cast member from the Dallas set who is best remembered for playing Sue Ellen.

The pain the 69-year-old actor experienced after his wife passed away a year ago is evident on his face. Patrick Duffy completely transformed into an old man while also dropping a lot of weight.

Fans were shocked by the actor’s appearance, but Patrick Duffy welcomed them with a smile and signed autographs for them, demonstrating that his charming demeanor has not altered over time.

Since their wedding in 1974, Patrick Duffy had been married to Carlyn Rosser, a former dancer who was ten years his senior. They had two children, Padraig Terence and Connor Frederick, and four grandkids.

Although there have been rumors going around in the international press that the actor’s wife is in a serious condition, he has remained quiet and has taken a little break from the spotlight.

The truth has since surfaced, and it appears that Carlyn Rosser passed suddenly sometime in the early months of 2017 and was quietly buried by her family. A few months later, Patrick Duffy informed his Twitter followers of the suffering he was experiencing:

“On this day exactly six months ago, my heart stopped beating. Because she wanted me to keep breathing, she made sure I did. We shall spend the rest of our lives together.”

“I value the kindness and consideration you have shown me. The actor battled and won his battle with skin cancer just four years before the tragedy that befell him.”

While working on the set of the television series Dallas, Patrick Duffy discovered that his parents, Marie and Terence Duffy, had been murdered in 1986 on the premises of the Montana bar they ran.

Two youths, Kenneth Miller and Sean Wentz, were recognized as the perpetrators of the armed robbery and were immediately caught.

They were each given a sentence of 180 years in jail for their crimes, but after Wentz admitted that he was the gunman, Miller was released the next year.