Melle Stewart : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death

Melle Stewart Melle Stewart was an actress from Australia know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death

Melle Stewart : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Cause of Death
Melle Stewart
  Bio
Name Melissa Stewart
Birthdate ( Age) 40 Years
Place of Birth Australis
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Ben Lewis
Children Not Known
Parents Kay Gadsby
Education Australian Academy of Performing Arts
Profession Australian Actress
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Melle Stewart was an actress from Australia.Melle Stewart had her first shot of the Oxford-made vaccine on May 24 in London, where she lives with her husband, Ben Lewis, a fellow actress.

She was struggling for her life in ICU after suffering a stroke as a result of a rare blood-clotting adverse effect from an AstraZeneca vaccine.

Early Life and Family

Melissa Stewart was born in Queensland, Australia. She graduated from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and is well-known for her stage work in Australia and the United Kingdom, where she has lived since 2012. Her television credits include the Seven Network’s Home and Away, and she is married to actor Ben Lewis.She is a graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and is well-known in Australia and the United Kingdom for her theatre work.

Melle Stewart Husband

Melle Stewart is married to Ben Lewis.Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies and The Phantom of the Opera are two of her husband’s flicks.

Melle Stewart Net Worth

Melle Stewart was an actress from Australia has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million - $2 Million in 2021.

Cause of Death

Melle Stewart, 40, had her first shot of the Oxford-made vaccine on May 24 in London, where she lives with her husband, Ben Lewis, a fellow actress.Thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome is an extremely rare disease characterized by low blood platelet levels, with only 156 occurrences documented in Australia from almost 13 million doses of AstraZeneca.

Only eight people have died, and it’s unclear whether those deaths were caused by underlying diseases.According to the Australian government website, the chances of experiencing this unusual adverse effect are extremely low, with about 4-6 persons in every million experiencing it after getting vaccinated.

Ms. Stewart awoke with an odd feeling on the right side of her body two weeks after receiving the injection.She fainted while attempting to get out of bed and was transported to the hospital, where her health rapidly deteriorated as she lost all movement on her right side and her ability to talk.

‘She started suffering convulsions and was transported by ambulance to St George’s Hospital, where neurosurgeons battled to save her life, removing a significant portion of her skull to relieve pressure in her brain,’ according to a GoFundMe page set up by a relative Danae.

The actor was admitted to the ICU and diagnosed with Vaccine-Induced Thrombocytopenic Thrombosis, a rare adverse effect connected to the AstraZeneca drug.Melle was in a ventilator-assisted induced coma for three weeks after suffering a massive stroke caused by two huge clots in her brain’s main veins.

She was transported to an Acute Stroke Unit where she began rehabilitation before being transferred to a specialized London hospital on September 8 after nearly five weeks in ICU fighting for her life.The ‘fit and healthy’ professional actress is now relearning how to talk, walk, and move her right arm and hand, and will remain in hospital until 2022 while she adjusts to her new life.

She is still on anti-clotting and anti-seizure medicine, and she will need another surgery to replace the section of her skull that was removed during a previous procedure with a titanium plate.Ms. Stewart will require continued rehabilitation therapy, which will include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and psychiatric therapy.