Pia Zadora is in intensive care after suffering a head injury on Thursday, Sept. 11, her husband, Mike Jeffries, tells Las Vegas Sun News. The singer-actress got hurt after falling from a golf cart near her home in Summerlin.
Zadora, 61, was thrown from the cart after the couple's 17-year-old son Jordan made a left turn on a street at about 5:45 p.m. She suffered bleeding on her brain and a compound fracture on her right ankle. She's currently at University Medical Center.
According to Zadora's Twitter account, the mom of three was set to perform at Piero's Italian Cuisine on Friday and Saturday.
Zadora rose to fame when she performed in the Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof in the 1960s at 10 years old. She went on to win the Golden Globe in 1982 for New Star of the Year for her work in the thriller Butterfly, despite already having over a decade of acting experience under her belt. She's also made appearances in 1988's Hairspray, Troop Beverly Hills and Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult.
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