Did Leonard Nimoy have COPD?
Yes. In 2014, Nimoy revealed he had COPD. He died a year later at 83. As a teen, Nimoy knew he wanted to become an actor. He spent time in the Army, sold vacuum cleaners, and worked at an ice cream shop in order to follow his dreams. He found work as a supporting actor, usually as the tough guy, until his big break came in 1966, when he landed the role of Spock in Star Trek. Even though the series lasted just three seasons, he went on to play Spock in movies and television sequels for more than four decades.
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