Warhol superstar Holly Woodlawn hospitalized
January 28 2004 1:00 AM ET
Camp star Holly Woodlawn, who appeared in several Andy Warhol films, was in intensive care Tuesday after an injury to her arm became infected, her spokesman said. Woodlawn, 57, a transgendered woman, was taken to Los Angeles's Temple Community Hospital on Sunday, said her friend and spokesman Brian Hamilton. The hospital declined to give her condition. Woodlawn has been in good spirits since injuring her arm about two weeks ago, Hamilton said. Woodlawn appeared in Trash in 1970 and Women in Revolt in 1971, both by Warhol, among other films. She missed the premiere of her latest film, Milwaukee, Minnesota, on January 17 because of the injury, Hamilton said.
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