05:25 PM EDT 12/22/2014
Originally posted 06/02/2008 08:40AM
It was "party on" again for Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar as Saturday Night Live alums Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reunited to don the mullets of their beloved Wayne's World alter egos at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday.
"It was like I hadn't seen Dana in like ten minutes," Myers told PEOPLE. The comedian, who hosted MTV's edgy, annual celebration of popular film, last worked with Carvey in 1994 and hadn't teamed up in character with him since their 1993 sequel film Wayne's World 2, but the duo delighted the crowd with their hilarious return as the snarky local access cable TV hosts who broadcast from Wayne's basement in Aurora, Illinois.
Originally posted 09/11/1998 12:00AM
The $7.5 million medical malpractice lawsuit comedian Dana Carvey filed against heart surgeon Dr. Elias Hanna for operating on a wrong artery has been settled. Financial details were not disclosed, but Carvey -- who discusses in this week's PEOPLE cover story how his life went awry after his bungled 1998 double bypass -- told the Associated Press that the settlement will be divided among charities, including those involved in heart research. "This lawsuit, from the beginning, was about accountability and doing everything I could to make sure that it wouldn't happen to someone else," said Carvey. "Both my wife and I are very satisfied with the outcome and bringing resolution to this case." A subsequent angioplasty alleviated Carvey's heart blockage, though in the meantime, he said he was so weak that he was forced to refuse acting jobs.
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